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Does Smoking Cigarette/weed Make Your Hyperpigmentation To Fade Slower?

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thats just my question i have been smoking for 7 months and im on accutane too,, i still have my marks does smoking make it fade slower?

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I smoke weed/cigarettes every day and also on accutane. My pih is bad, im pale skinned though so. Im not sure if if makes your pih worse for sure never even thought about it. But once I got on accutane is when it started to get worse. I think because it makes your skin more brittle, and more likely to leave behind spots.

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I smoke weed/cigarettes every day and also on accutane. My pih is bad, im pale skinned though so. Im not sure if if makes your pih worse for sure never even thought about it. But once I got on accutane is when it started to get worse. I think because it makes your skin more brittle, and more likely to leave behind spots.

im asian and light skin toned my pih is bad too im starting to stop smoke and see the diffrence,,,,,my marks wont fade ill try and see if smoking makes it slower to fade

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I smoke weed/cigarettes every day and also on accutane. My pih is bad, im pale skinned though so. Im not sure if if makes your pih worse for sure never even thought about it. But once I got on accutane is when it started to get worse. I think because it makes your skin more brittle, and more likely to leave behind spots.

im asian and light skin toned my pih is bad too im starting to stop smoke and see the diffrence,,,,,my marks wont fade ill try and see if smoking makes it slower to fade

Ive tried stopping but I just cant right now neutral.gif Acne+stress=my smoking habits, i hope your able to quit. Lemme know how it works

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I made a topic about this fairly recently and it got deleted. Guess your not allowed to talk about illegal substances. Don't worry though, i wont tell ;). But yea i was a pretty avid pot smoker. I think it did affect my acne so i quit. I can't really say for sure though. But my face always felt super oily the day after smoking.

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I made a topic about this fairly recently and it got deleted. Guess your not allowed to talk about illegal substances. Don't worry though, i wont tell wink.png. But yea i was a pretty avid pot smoker. I think it did affect my acne so i quit. I can't really say for sure though. But my face always felt super oily the day after smoking.

i dont think it will get deleted,the only way this thread will get deleted is if i put it on another section that isnt related to hyperpigmentation,,i put it on accutane and they deleted it hahaha,,,,,,,,maybe because im on accutane thats why i dont see bad effect on me yet i havent broke out in a month and still i smoke daily,

we just had a couple of pots while we were watching some highschool prom yesterday

I smoke weed/cigarettes every day and also on accutane. My pih is bad, im pale skinned though so. Im not sure if if makes your pih worse for sure never even thought about it. But once I got on accutane is when it started to get worse. I think because it makes your skin more brittle, and more likely to leave behind spots.

im asian and light skin toned my pih is bad too im starting to stop smoke and see the diffrence,,,,,my marks wont fade ill try and see if smoking makes it slower to fade

Ive tried stopping but I just cant right now neutral.gif Acne+stress=my smoking habits, i hope your able to quit. Lemme know how it works

maybe you can try accutane? im on accutane and still i smoke daily i havent broke out in a month now,,,,i tried stopping but yesterday i couldnt resist im already on my record 2 days without smoking,but yesterday i couldnt help myself im with my buddies

my marks are bad though,,starting this week ill stop smoking and ill tell you the results of my hyperpigmentation

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