I have posted this a few times prior but I guess its worth repeating on this thread. Check out the recent studies that show a link between acne and foods that rank high on the glycemic index. Highly glycemic foods spike insulin levels which ultimately leads to acne breakouts for those of us who have sensitive skin to insulin levels. Google " glycemic foods and acne" and you will find a ton of helpful information.
Caffeine, beer, sugars, rice, beans, breads, potatoes , most refined carbs will cause insulin to spike. Sugars literally begin breaking down in the mouth. You can curve the insulin spike effects of these high GI foods by digesting them with proteins and healthy-fats (which digest very slow in comparison).
Anyways, your skin doesn't look bad at all. Its all superficial and temporary.
Hey how is sprio treating you? Well, i notice when i eat some certain foods, i break out..like sweets and chocolate. It's really hard to keep a "clean" diet because it's not really convenient I'm trying to start a new diet and stick with it, but i will need to prepare lots of foods and stuff. I know what you mean about the scarring I actually took my blood pressure today and it came back below average, which makes me feel unsure about spiro because it's listed to treat high blood pressure
Hey! Spiro is treating me well, no new breakouts I also tried to cut things out of my diet and didn't notice much of a difference, but I hear a lot of people have success when changing their diet.
Ahhh, did you ask your doctor what they think about you starting spiro with low blood pressure?