My Bacne Debacle, an Argan Oil Chronicle
Submitted by Jaime Schwamm
What the crap! Seriously, another summer of me being the weirdo wearing the long sleeve shirt at the beach. Oh yea, maybe I’ll try one of those lame sticky pad things that stick to your skin and look like I am an AIDS patient, riiiiiight.
This is a bunch of crap. I hate being the weirdo with “bacne” or “backney” …whatever.
Seriously, nothing works. Whatever that commercial is they pay all those celebs to do, can’t think of the name. Garbage. Does not work. Tried it for 5 months and NOTHING! Nothing I tell you.
I even went to the dermatologist who diagnosed me with, (get this) “Acne.” Wow, genius, where did you get your degree from? He gave me the standard benzoil peroxide which I have already been stealing from my friends Dad for a year and that also did not work.
Everyone kept telling me you have oily skin, you have oily skin. I really thought I did have oily skin but apparently – I do not. Anyway, that part does not matter.
So enough with the crap, I say. Enough with all this BS and these frigging products that were designed to MAKE MONEY. I went to the source. Where it all started in the beginning. I went to Africa. Ok, so I didn’t really GO to Africa, I did some research and found out that Africans (more specifically, Moroccans) have been using what they call “argan oil” for millions of years for any and all skin problems. That’s right – they use it from good old lotion, to dry skin, eczema, and even acne.
I knew right away that this was gonna work because I saw the pics of the women from Morocco and every last one of them had beautiful skin.
So I went to Google and found purearganoil.net which looked cool and got a free sample of Essence of Argan Oil. Honestly it looked like the same crap I’ve been buying for the past 5 years, but I figured what else did I have to lose? I’ve already completely lost my social life.
So moral of the story you can probably guess the outcome: I used it, and it worked.
I am not going to go into the whole embarrassing process of what happened and I am sure as heck not going to show before and after pictures of what happened, but it worked.
Argan oil is also helping me with the scars that have accumulated over the years as well.
I am glad it is gone, I am not here to convince anyone of anything, but argan oil is something that comes from the ground, is totally natural and will work if you use it religiously.
Thanks ya’ll – I’m out.