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  1. What's helping my very oily skin

    Yes, I think diet also plays a great role as to how our skin appears. For oily skin, I'm just mixing up baking soda with plain water. That's it. I'm just new to this so not really sure if it will greatly help but I feel that it's helping me eliminate blackheads and whiteheads too. I apply it on my t-zone by the way. Let it stay there for a few minutes before washing it off. I do this 2-3 times per week, I hope I get the results that I want!
  2. At one point, I also wanted to do that to those who have normal skin. I even questioned, why me? Some people would really have a hard time understanding unless they also go through the same pain. And that pain is deep. I hope we can achieve our skin goals soon. Cheers to us brave ones.
  3. is microneedling effective in treating acne scars?

    I'd say it really depends from person to person. I'm no professional and I'm only using one for DIY treatment. It doesn't work instantly or like magic but I do see some improvements. I guess it really depends on how your skin would react to the products and the process itself. Stick to the ones which work for you.
  4. How can I get oily skin quick fast and easy

    Try the charcoal masque I found online... It says it gets rid of blackheads, whiteheads, enlarged pores and oily skin/acne-prone skin. I love it so far.
  5. Breaking out-caused by makeup?

    Before I read your entire post, I was about to say that you might just be allergic or sensitive to an ingredient or two in your make-up or you might have used another product together with what you currently use, so there you go.
  6. Is it ACTUALLY possible to get rid of acne scars?

    I think you can never get rid of scars but there are ways on how to make them less noticeable.
  7. Chemical peel at 14 years old?

    Perhaps you could also try changing your diet/the food that you eat. I feel that the bumps that you were referring to are also hormonal so maybe you could avoid dairy products for example. I heard they contribute to pimples.
  8. Chemical peel at 14 years old?

    I don't think chemical peel is the solution for that at your age. Try looking for alternative ways or use natural products first before anything else.
  9. Not sure if I am doing the right things to my skin

    I'm not a fan of BP because I believe in using natural/organic products. I don't know, some people are okay with it and some are not. But if you have other options available, in my opinion, I'd rather take that than applying chemicals on my skin.