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I Had A Scar On My Nose?

29 May 2013 - 05:59 AM

I had a scar on my nose. My first, ACTUAL dented hole, but it didn't bother me too much. I had quite a bit of dead skin built up around that area though, so I took a razor to it. I overdid it and managed to make the already healed scar, bleed. This was 2 weeks ago. Now the wound has healed, the hole has closed and risen to be on equal level with the rest of my skin. Is this supposed to work? out of curiosity, as I'm new to scarring.

Took Probiotics...

16 April 2013 - 02:08 PM

2 days later, I have 5 red, deep, painful lumps clustered around my chin.......what the flying f***??. I don't get it, is this normal? and does it end?.

Why Do So Many People Use Sunscreen?.

27 March 2013 - 12:50 PM

Doesn't suncreen inhibit vitamin D?. Honest question. With the rise in sunscreen, also came a rise in cancer victims. It reminds me of milk. We were told how necessary it is for healthy bones and yet, America, the largest consumers of milk (That's pasteurized cow's milk) also have one of the highest rates of osteoporosis...something doesn't add up and I think these questions have to be asked.


Edit: Another question. Why is it that when one discovers a sunscreen using entirely natural ingredients, that's also very potent, the FDA refuses to acknowledge it and does everything in their power to prevent the product(s) hitting the shelves?, I don't understand.

New Article

21 February 2013 - 07:26 AM

Here you go.




At least they're thinking about us. I remember not too long ago, they were saying that our diet had nothing to do with acne *rolls eyes*.

What's The Deal With Msg?

11 February 2013 - 03:46 PM

For as long as I remember, people have been saying "stay away from msg" and I've never questioned it, until now. I've done a little research and from what I've read, the whole "msg is bad for you" argument is unfounded. Of course I'll be doing more research, but this is what I've read so far;