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bamboomama

Member Since 05 Oct 2013
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#3399365 Inositol's Impact On Hormonal Acne

Posted by bamboomama on 06 December 2013 - 11:11 PM

thank you for sharing this, WishClean.

 

i'm glad that you're investment in your health is producing the results you desire...and that you thought enough of others to share this with them.




#3389647 Dark Face, Lighter Neck/body

Posted by bamboomama on 19 October 2013 - 11:53 PM

I have noticed over the years my face has increasingly become darker than my neck and body. It could be from years of attempting to correct my hyperpigmentation with exfoliants, over exfoliating and occasionally hydroquinone. 

 

My question is, has anyone with brown skin had this issue? What did you do/use to even out your skin tone? Please no HQ eusa_wall.gif

 

brown skinned woman here. i have a bit of hyperpigmentation as well. i don't really do much to it though. i've read about manjistha being good to use for evening out ones skin tone, yet i have yet to try that.




#3387699 My Cystic Acne Has Finally Diminished. Here's How I Did It

Posted by bamboomama on 10 October 2013 - 08:44 PM

Your last part reminds of a book I read You can heal your life by Louise L. Hay. I too do believe the only way to get rid of your acne is not stressing and being sad about. Thank you for reconfirming this with me! Because sometimes I forget about this and let acne take over my life.

 

yes, yes. i thought of her and teachers like her as well when i read that part. being gentle with yourself helps tremendously whenever you're experiencing difficulties of any kind.




#3387531 Shapeshifting | Skin Clearing

Posted by bamboomama on 09 October 2013 - 09:18 PM

re-posting now that i figured out where this post would be most effective. lol.

 

 

this is what i did to reduce my previously angry acne...

 

 

researched whole food ways to nourish myself

 

was a plant-based eater for 4 years - during that time i completed a few raw food cleanses with herbs that were meant to cleanse and support various organs

 

re-introduced animal based foods that are wild | organic | pasture-raised (salmon, eggs, sardines, tuna, ghee)

 

began to enjoy nude sunbathing to assist my low d levels

 

made self-pleasure more of a focus

 

stopped using soap on my face and switched to chickpea flour mixed with clay

 

use low comedogenic rated oils on my hair and skin

 

saw myself as lovely regardless of what my skin was doing because i am

 

began to engage in weekly movement of some kind (belly dance, african dance, or weight lifting)




#3387415 Raw Vegan

Posted by bamboomama on 09 October 2013 - 11:54 AM

interesting. i know of one woman who runs a skin care site who healed her acne by eating mostly raw vegan. if you're interested in the site, feel free to message me.

 

i used to do raw vegan cleanses yearly and that always made my skin look nice. i am not interested in doing raw or vegan for long periods of time though, so that is not an option for me. yet, i can say that eating in that way can assist one with healing their skin.




#3387411 Going Au Naturale ?

Posted by bamboomama on 09 October 2013 - 11:35 AM

yes, i go makeup free every day. it's easy to do once you realize it's not essential. i've been thinking about purchasing a colored lip tint though as i'd like a bit of extra color to my already richly colored face.




#3387309 Oil Cleansing Method - Ruined My Skin And Now I Can't Fix It No Matter Wh...

Posted by bamboomama on 08 October 2013 - 09:48 PM

i didn't stay with the oil cleansing method for too long when i experimented with it.

 

yet, i think if folks are looking into this type of cleansing method, they may want to go with the oils that are low on the comedogenic rating scale. coconut oil is listed as 4 (fairly high), which means its something that would definitely cause breakouts for those who are prone to them.




#3387287 Grape Seed Oil

Posted by bamboomama on 08 October 2013 - 08:06 PM

yes, yes. i purchased organic grapeseed oil after reading about how great it was for skin. i use it after i cleanse and tone. it works well for me.




#3387286 Enriched Wheat Flour & Acne

Posted by bamboomama on 08 October 2013 - 08:03 PM

yes, yes. a few weeks ago i ate musaka with pita bread. well, i don't eat bread often and when i do, it's the brown rice and millet based bread.

 

well, the following day i felt a bit clogged up. i figured it was the bread. and constipation doesn't produce lovely skin. lol. so, yes, i feel you with this one. it's empowering to know what does and does not work for you, especially when dealing with ones skin.