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EatsRainbows

Member Since 23 Jan 2013
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Milk Of Magnesia- The "cure"

03 April 2014 - 12:50 PM

Hi all!

 

I have been wondering for a while about the benefits of using Milk of Magnesia (MOM) on my oily skin. So many people have had amazing results with it that I was considering trying it. However, that was until I found this-

 

Some pH examples: 

pH 1 battery acid - (acid extreme) 
pH 1.5 -2 = Gastric (stomach) acid 
pH 2.5 = Cola soft drinks 
pH 2 = lemon juice 
pH 3 = vinegar 
ph = 3.5 Orange Juice 
pH 4.6-5.5 = healthy skin 
pH 5.5 = rain, (pure water, when exposed to the atmosphere, will take in carbon dioxide, changing its pH) 
pH 6.5 = milk 
pH 6.5 – 7.4 = Healthy Saliva 
pH 7 = pure distilled water - (this is Neutral pH, neither acid or base)[/color] 
pH 7.35 – 7.45 = human blood 
pH 8.5 = baking soda 
pH 9 = Sea Water 
pH 9.0-10.0 = Hand Soap, detergents 
pH 10.5 = Milk of Magnesia 
pH 11.5 = household ammonia 
pH 12.5 = household bleach 
pH 13 = lye (sodium hydroxide, or Draino)(Alkaline or Base extreme) 

 

Can anyone tell me the possible damage that using MOM on my skin could do? I understand that something with this high of a pH cannot be good for my skin, but if it will "cure" my oily skin should I risk it? 

I find it strange that so many people have had great results with it, in spite of its dangerously high pH. Can anybody help me out here please? 

 

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Accutane

30 December 2013 - 03:40 PM

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Waxing After Accutane

12 December 2013 - 10:50 AM

Hi beautiful people,

 

I think I read somewhere that you should wait until 6 months after finishing Accutane to start waxing, is this true?

 

I finished my course of Accutane a month and a half ago and I was wondering if anybody else had experience with waxing this soon after finishing Accutane? Or will I just tear all my skin off?

 

Thanks :)