i thought my mom didn’t use fabric softener, but i randomely decided to ask her, and she did. i’m gonna try the static balls, or the auliminum foil balls. i have really severe back acne. and light chest acne.
I love the experimental-ness. Thanks for being our guinea pig.
“Laundry week at acne.org”- Cute I’m seriously willing to try what you are suggesting. I’m eager to see what the results are going to be.
Nice, really feeling the home remedy side of Acne.org
BTW, tin foil doesn’t work well in microwaves, I’m sure its great in dryers, but microwaves… not so much. CDs either, those aren’t to kind to the micro. Thought I would erm… let you in on that.
Nice! I actually just got some of those anti-static dryer balls back home, because my mom hates the smell of fabric softener. So we’ll see how well they do.
Hi dan. how about bleach? i use bleach on my towels, i belive that if i don’t i will have germs in my towels. my husband thinks otherwise, he says bleach can harm our skin. what do you think?
hi dan me again! not to be insensitive with this question, but i noticed you have a bit of bumps on your forhead is it a flareup or did you bump your forhead? or it might be the lighting.
Ha Ha, Tim and his always sarcastic comments. At least I think they are sarcastic. lol
I don’t understand… why don’t you just not use fabric softener? I’ve never used it. Sure, I get some static cling, but it’s not bad, and my clothes are always soft anyway.
dan your seriously the man
what your doing is really great
much appreciated, although i wont lie i love the way fabric softener makes my clothes smell
David this is the answer..acne is caused by diet
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