Tropic Skin Care Bad Reviews: Now, maybe I know why I want to chat on Earth about skincare? Yeah, that’s pretty understandable. However, I believe you will find what I have found very interesting when you decide to use natural products and you care about the damage that we bring to the earth. As I said, I like being up front. I just want you to know that if you buy any Tropical products through this page, I will be awarded a small commission from the transaction. It helps keep the blog going as well. I hope you find this review helpful enough not to mind this. As my blog name suggests, I’m Bunny on a budget, not Bunny on a Ferrari.
A couple of months ago, I felt sort of rotten. I’ve got to confess that taking care of myself quickly ended up at the bottom of the ever expanding ‘to do list’ after getting my boys. I need to admit, shamefully, that my boys are now 8 and 10 years old. And I somehow didn’t take good care of myself.
It was once a big part of my everyday routine to take care of my skin. I even went to college to do science in beauty therapy, so I know the value of caring for my skin. When the boys came along, things changed, though, and it started to show in my face. My skin was dry and dull with an oily t-zone, but (perfect). I could tell that my face was beginning to age.