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BenJohnson32

Member Since 01 Jul 2013
Offline Last Active Aug 04 2013 08:37 AM

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In Topic: (Picture) Red Mottled Skin Covered In Blackheads And Pimples

29 July 2013 - 07:20 AM

Acne on the forehead is often an indicator of stress. This is most likely why you are getting these pimpes. However, it also looks as if a product is irritating you. I would look into both of these things! :)

In Topic: My Method To Clear Skin!

29 July 2013 - 07:17 AM

has anyone else tried the vitamin regimen lately? :)

In Topic: Acne Only On Cheeks

29 July 2013 - 07:15 AM

Im really suprised that the aloe vera made you breakout. Are you sure it was just natural aloe vera? No added oils or anything? And as for the spots, cheek spots are the hardest to get out unfortuanetely. I havent found anything yet to remove these spots :(

In Topic: My Method To Clear Skin!

25 July 2013 - 12:04 PM

I'm really glad that there's other teens out there that actually care about skincare/wellbeing. I'm in my teens, and most of my friends just think I'm weird talking about all this skincare stuff but they sort of let me be because they know it works lol. 

 

Most of everything I do for my skin is topical, it works, for the most part, but I'm really curious about what I could do internally that would fight acne. I don't have a ton of money to spend on this stuff, I'm not broke but I can't afford to spend hundreds of dollars and pills.

The type of acne I get is usually non inflamitory, it's more on the mild/moderate side. However, I do get blemishes/infected whiteheads (pustules) from time to time. (my skin is pretty clear at the moment, but if I didn't treat it that would be the type of acne I would be getting) If you had to pick only one of these vitamins to be your favorite, which would it be? And what one do you think is the most beneficial, like what one would you recommend to most people?

 

The reason I ask is because though I love my skincare routine, it can be really extensive. It's kind of a hassle to keep up with, (i use benzoyl peroxide, 2.5%) so if I could simplify it a little that'd be great. Any advice? Thanks for sharing, this is information is very useful.

The Benzyl Peroxide is completely fine! I was thinking about getting a tube myself to help a little bit. Just make sure you use it in moderation :) the combination of vitamins and benzyl peroxide will help


In Topic: My Method To Clear Skin!

24 July 2013 - 08:27 PM

 If you had to pick only one of these vitamins to be your favorite, which would it be? And what one do you think is the most beneficial, like what one would you recommend to most people?

Definetely the Vitamin A or the Zinc. The Vitamin D would have to come in second