BillyIt is pretty much a sure fire way to embarrass your teen by talking about his/her skin condition. They are in the middle of puberty and their hormones are wreaking havoc on their skin. When I was asked to trial X Out I volunteered Billy to be of service. At the time, he had a pretty bad breakout so he was reluctant to have his picture taken. As a matter of fact he deleted all the pictures I took of him after his skin cleared up ( a week after using X Out) so I do not have true start pictures. Brat! Doesn’t he understand I am trying to blog here…

My son used to use a few things here and there, but never stuck to anything permanent because it either dried out his skin or did not work. My kid is not really affected by his complexion unless you try to take a picture of him and try to post a picture on the internet. I still do not understand why, I mean he would be helping people! He was excited to try the new X Out as much as he is excited about anything non-video game related. “Yeah” he said, “I’ll try it.” then, “It had better not mess me up Mom!” If you look at the before picture that he snapped, you can see his full picture on a family picture in the background. That struck me as so…well him… so, If you want to know how to embarrass your teen, talk about his skin…then help him find a routine to make it better. For additional information please visit the X Out product page.

I wrote this review while participating in a test drive campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of X Out and received a X Out product sample to facilitate my review, one to giveaway, and a promotional item to thank me for participating.


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