Not long ago, I found myself trapped in a dark and merciless place. This place, my friends, is called Kansas. And I’m not even talking about the civilized part of Kansas, that is, Kansas City. Oh, no. This place was full of country folk and socks that only came in white. 
Sickening, I know.
Anyway, to pass the time (and because I happened to be there anyway), I found myself wandering the aisles of Walgreens. There, I happened upon a magical acne treatment spot stick from Yes To Tomatoes . As it was under $10, I needed a distraction, and I really like roller sticks, I purchased it.
A better decision has never been made.
Ok - that’s probably not true, but I like it a lot. 
It’s gentle, and uses salicylic acid, which I consider to be a proven winner in skincare, and tomatoes to clear up your skin. It’s 97% natural, and doesn’t contain parabens, pthaletes, or sls.
It’s not globby or noticeable, and the rolly ball feels real nice against your skin. Excellent.

Not long ago, I found myself trapped in a dark and merciless place. This place, my friends, is called Kansas. And I’m not even talking about the civilized part of Kansas, that is, Kansas City. Oh, no. This place was full of country folk and socks that only came in white

Sickening, I know.

Anyway, to pass the time (and because I happened to be there anyway), I found myself wandering the aisles of Walgreens. There, I happened upon a magical acne treatment spot stick from Yes To Tomatoes . As it was under $10, I needed a distraction, and I really like roller sticks, I purchased it.

A better decision has never been made.

Ok - that’s probably not true, but I like it a lot. 

It’s gentle, and uses salicylic acid, which I consider to be a proven winner in skincare, and tomatoes to clear up your skin. It’s 97% natural, and doesn’t contain parabens, pthaletes, or sls.

It’s not globby or noticeable, and the rolly ball feels real nice against your skin. Excellent.


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