Posted 04 April 2012 - 06:39 AM
Posted 04 April 2012 - 09:36 AM
If you're not going to a dermatologist because of cost...think instead of it as being an investment in your skin's future. I suffered needlessly for years trying all kinds of natural and low cost remedies but nothing worked until I saw a dermatologist. Meanwhile I got scarring both physical and emotional. Don't do this to yourself. These days there are many ways a derm can help. Just be sure to be up front about your finances and exactly how your skin is behaving. Take pics so the derm can see what it looks like when really inflamed. This helps!
Status - 99.9% clear
Morning - Panoxyl 4 Cleanser (BP), Cleocin-T, DML Lotion, Physician's Formula SPF 30 Mineral Pressed Powder, Spiro 50 mg (weaning off)
Night - Cetaphil Antibacterial Bar, DML Lotion
Monthly - Professional microdermabrasion
Diet - Whole high nutrient unprocessed foods. Avoid oils, dairy, sugars, bread, nuts, alcohol, caffeine, and fermented foods.
Supplements - Opti l-zinc, citrical + D3
Daily - Walk, breath deeply, meditate and do yoga daily, wear hats for sun protection
Posted 13 April 2012 - 11:54 PM
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