Make-up artist who feared her severe acne will drive away her boyfriend reveals how her skin improved in just six WEEKS with an over-the-counter serum – and it costs just £12.95

A make-up artist with severe acne has revealed how her skin has dramatically improved in just six weeks with the help of an over-the-counter serum.

Abbie Bull, 22, of Donnington, Shropshire, has suffered with severe acne for over seven years and at her lowest, she felt so ugly, she worried her boyfriend of five years would leave her.

‘He is very understanding of my insecurities regarding my skin but there were times when I would go to bed with makeup on because I couldn’t bear the thought of him looking at my spots,’ she explained. ‘I sometimes worry that he’ll leave me because of my skin, even after all this time.’

After having no success with prescribed medication, Abbie found an unlikely solution for her acne in the form of a £12.95 serum.

Abbie Bull, 22, from Donnington in Telford suffered with severe acne for over seven years and said she felt 'so ugly', she worried her boyfriend of five years would leave her. This picture was taken six months before Abbie started using the serum

Abbie Bull, 22, from Donnington in Telford suffered with severe acne for over seven years and said she felt ‘so ugly’, she worried her boyfriend of five years would leave her. This picture was taken six months before Abbie started using the serum

The make up artist has been using a £12.95 serum for just six weeks and has seen dramatic improvements in both her skin and confidence. Above, Abbie's most recent picture after using the serum for six weeks

The make up artist has been using a £12.95 serum for just six weeks and has seen dramatic improvements in both her skin and confidence. Above, Abbie’s most recent picture after using the serum for six weeks

Make-up artist Abbie Bull shows beauty routine to cover acne

Clarol’s Skin Flora Rebalancing Serum is made from silver to restore good skin bacteria.

Abbie has been using the product for just six weeks but has already seen a significant improvement.

Speaking of her experience of growing up with severe acne, Abbie said: ‘I first developed acne when I was 15, which was seven years ago.

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