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mogthemighty

Member Since 03 Jul 2013
Offline Last Active Dec 20 2013 12:04 PM

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In Topic: Thinking About Starting Dermarolling

24 July 2013 - 05:26 AM

I've heard from a lot of people that even the dirt-cheap ones on ebay are exact dupes for the £150 ones. I'm considering getting one with my next paycheck (super skint at the moment haha)


In Topic: Cysts In Sideburns

11 July 2013 - 05:59 AM

Okay :) I'll try it ^^ Thanks a lot for your help


In Topic: Cysts In Sideburns

11 July 2013 - 02:43 AM

Hair comes out of the cyst? That sounds like an ingrown hair if so

 

I've read that if a cyst is bad enough it forces surrounding hairs to go into telogen; which are then easily plucked out.

 

Hey! Cysts on your sideburns and around jaw line comes from hormonal acne.
You can get it gone completely but it may be hard for you particularly if you like dairy products.
Dairy products need to be cut to a minimum and milk cut altogether.
Read my post 'Change your life' and do some research, but I guarantee this is your problem. smile.png

 

See I'm not 100% sure it's milk which is the problem; this week I've been only eating and drinking dairy products because my wisdom teeth are coming from; so loads of smoothies, milkshakes and icecream. I haven't broken out as of yet though.


In Topic: Biggest Mistakes People Make to Treat Acne:

10 July 2013 - 05:40 AM

Not gonna trawl through all 49 pages but "9. Don't apply your moisturizer over areas of your face that are not dry. Applying moisturizer where it is not needed can increase the risk of clogged pores by mixing with excess sebum and "gluing" dead skin cells to the skin's surface." is a pretty bad tip; if you don't moisturise oily skin it'll continue to be excessively oily because it isn't hydrated.


In Topic: Should I Continue Taking Isotretinoin , Side Effects ?

10 July 2013 - 03:07 AM

If you're too scared of the side effects stop; simple as that. There are other ways of healing acne which don't have nearly as many side effects. Accutane is considered a "last resort" really; but there are thousands of things to try.