Please tell me if am ugly severe acne scarssevere acne
Posted 19 July 2011 - 04:02 PM
- Tumeric (night) 500mg capsules
- Bragg's ACV (1tsp at night before bed)
- Multi Vitamin: Multi Complete (Nature Made)
- C & E (500mg and 400mg) vitamin
- Ortho Tri Cyclen Lo ****
- Wash face in the morning (ONLY water)
- Tumeric/Honey before getting it to shower (Not all the time)
- Honey and cinnamon while in shower
- NO face makeup (I only wear eyeliner and eyeshadow. No face make up no matter how much it kills me.
- Garnier Night Peel (Just started this like a week ago)
- Hormones: **** Ortho threw me off and my face was attacked with acne.
Last updated: January 18 ,2013
Posted 19 July 2011 - 07:43 PM
Honestly I don't really notice acne/scars on guys that much. I have a bias and think acne and scars always look very noticeable on girls but on guys I don't notice or care.
Posted 21 July 2011 - 06:32 PM
Posted 22 July 2011 - 03:07 PM
As a man, I wont comment on your looks cause, that is just plain gay. I will say, you need to have a better opinion of yourself cause, your self esteem is extremely low, and while that maybe how you feel, it will scare away anyone potentially interested. If you don't believe you deserve a girlfriend, why would she believe your that man for her? It all starts with you man. Find role models for yourself, someone to look up to, and believe in. Seal is one for me. Brad Pitt, Nicholas Cage, James Wood, Dane Cook, Katy Parry are all suffers of acne/acne scarring. I watched Mr Brooks and I was shocked about Dane Cook's scarring. I did not knew he suffered but, with HD, starts are looking more real then, the perfect painted picture they are put into. It never stopped these people. Seal is unbelievable cause, it didn't stop him, and he made something out of himself. Married a model too.
Posted 27 July 2011 - 11:33 AM
I know right? Like they're tough badasses? Besides this guy is pretty damn hot.....
Et Hoe Transit
This too shall pass....
Posted 01 August 2011 - 12:47 PM
i think am ugly with acne scars
Please tell me what you think
Pics was taken under light
I don't believe anyone is 'ugly.' I'm not even sure what the word means. You are very attractive. You could try Myrrh Oil and Jojoba oil in combination for your scarring. It seems to help some people!
Posted 01 August 2011 - 12:57 PM
Posted 08 August 2011 - 03:13 PM
Your scars are very noticeable, very deep, and imho very bad. They look kind of like seals (famous african singer with lupus scarring) and your scars are widespread.
Fortunately, you have insane bone structure, and the scars blend in with your skin tone.
To be honest (and i never like to lie to anyone), your scars would bother me severely if i had them.
I know this is a support board... but i feel people are not honest enough on this board.
There are plenty of celebrities with scarring who are deemed attractive (mainly due to their natural beauty and charisma), and you sir..... can certainly carve a niche for yourself in looking like a badass (if that is what you want).
Posted 08 August 2011 - 04:07 PM
I had it once but I didn't mind leaving it.
But I was younger then, and I learned everything alone.
Love is an aeroplane. It can travel across the world.
And lift you high above, and still it'll never change.
Love is a gentle word, even when your pride is hurt.
Won't turn you away. Won't bring up yesterday.
Love is, love is, love is everything~
Posted 08 August 2011 - 04:14 PM
and no offence meant but will us people on here REALLY make you feel any better about yourself ?
we could tell you forever that you're not ugly but no one can change the opinion in your head that you have of yourself.
....:Eye on the TV cos' tragedy thrills me, whatever flavour it happens to be:....
Posted 08 August 2011 - 06:30 PM
i understand how upsetting acne and scars can be, but please realize u r handsome!!!
and great bone structure!!!
im here if u need to talk
Posted 08 August 2011 - 06:38 PM
Acne.org policy regarding what we like to call "Hot or Not" threads: "Hot or Not" threads will be closed. Not only are the threads counterproductive to the original poster, but over the years we have seen those types of threads devolve into: 1. Bragging and fishing for compliments, 2. Bickering, name-calling and even calling out, 3. Very little useful advice, 4. No relation to acne whatsoever. There's a Lounge for off-topic posts. We understand that you may feel down about your acne but please try to understand how your thread could affect other people's perceptions of themselves.
Threads where members post pictures of themselves and ask to be rated by their peers only reaffirm that we are only as good as what other people think of us. And besides that, "Hot or Not" threads have a tendency to attract trolls and instigate bickering.
Obtain your self esteem from accomplishments and abilities, not just appearances.
This policy pertains to the whole board, not just the Emotional and Psychological Effects of Acne board.
There are plenty of sites for you to post images of yourself for others to rate. Acne.org is not one of those sites.
and i totally would have a crush on you if I had any lesbian tendencies
Click here to find out why I'm so frustrated.
... and watch out for those RBDs.