GAL APPROVED: How To Get Clear Skin

By   |   September 2, 2011   |   Lifestyle

SKIN. Image Gal has been in the fashion and beauty biz for a long time, and I╩╝ve purchased, tried and tested more products than I care to admit. Through a twist of fate I had the great pleasure of meeting Vera Moore of Vera Moore Cosmetics.

We spoke of her past profession as one of the ∩¼ürst African American soap opera stars and her quest to ∩¼ünd make up suitable for her complexion at a time when there was virtually nothing out there. By chance — or perhaps by destiny — Mrs. Moore is married to a chemist. Years of research and hard work have resulted in a superb product line. I committed to living in the product line for a few weeks as Vera Moore Cosmetics generously bestowed upon me a wide variety of products to play with to get clear skin, and wow, what an experience. I don╩╝t think my skin has ever been so calm for so long. My daily and nightly routine has become a pleasure rather than a seemingly hopeless waste of time.

From the first use, my skin felt clean and fresh with no adverse reactions. The next morning I had no new breakouts. By the end of the first week my skin was calmer and clearer. Three weeks later, there was a noticeable difference. My skin was not only calmer and clearer, but also brighter and smoother, with a more even tone. I have now been using the Vera Moore line for a month, and I can see my skin getting better as the days go by.

The magic combination for me? Purifying Gel Wash; Glycolic Scrub with AHA and Aloe; Camphor Masque with Titanium Dioxide and Sulphur (skin is so smooth after!); Herbal Balancer Oil Controlling Skin Conditioner; Spot Fix with camphor and Salicylic Acid (this is one of my favorites!); Glycolic Serum Renewal System for PM (I could actually feel this one go to work); Vitamin C Serum for AM and PM (helps with brightening and hyperpigmentation); Healing Calendula Oil Free Moisturizer; Microsome Eye Gel. Visit to put together your own secret recipe.

Not only is Vera Moore Cosmetics a highly sophisticated and effective skin care line, but it also includes a beautiful range of colors for the face. I’m in love with a bronze lip gloss called Topaz, an eye shadow called Nutmeg and a blush called Honey. Fashion Week, here I come!


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  1. Tia
    Saturday, November 19th, 2011
    Could you post the ingredients of the products you used? The products seem like they have a lot of natural ingredients but I would like to know what's in these products before I consider buying them.
  2. Donn Mummey
    Tuesday, July 9th, 2013
    Vitamin C is a cofactor in at least eight enzymatic reactions, including several collagen synthesis reactions that, when dysfunctional, cause the most severe symptoms of scurvy.*:"'

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