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Skin Secrets

  |   By Alison McGill

Excess stress can bring out many things in a girl and major skin breakouts are one of them. Sound like you? You are involved in one of life’s pivotal events so it’s only natural (but such a drag!) that you have more than your usual monthly hormonal breakouts.


Skin Secrets

Last year, I went through a seriously bad skin phase. All hell broke loose with my normally clear skin in August and the breakouts just kept on erupting for the next three months. I had a lot of things going on at the office and as my stress levels rose, so too did the number of spots on my chin. I needed to call in an expert to resolve the situation: enter Dr. Lisa Kellett, dermatologist extraordinaire and owner of Toronto’s DLK on Avenue skin clinic. To say she answered my skin prayers is an understatement. For one, Dr. Kellett is super-cool, so easy to talk to—I feel it’s key to have a good fit with all doctors in your life. She took one look at my spot-riddled face and had a remedy in an instant—her own line of adult acne treatment product, Clear Clinical. The four-step system—cleanser, toner, moisturizer and acne treatment cream—are simple, no fuss and exactly what I needed to remedy my situation. I still use them today and my skin has never looked better. I recently turned Sara at the office on to the wonders of Clear Clinical and she too is singing its praises. If you don’t live in the T.O. area and worry you can’t get to see Dr. Kellett yourself, don’t sweat: you can order Clear Clinical online and have it delivered to your door. Check out the website, Better yet, you can talk to Dr. Kellet directly via her blog——where she will answer any of your personal skin queries.

This article was originally published on Nov 19, 2007

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