So, I started taking Spironolactone at 100mg five days ago and I'm kind of excited to start seeing some results. I know it takes most people over two weeks to see anything occur, so in the meantime...patience is key. I'd like to be clear by the end of this summer, if not sooner, so I can get ActivFX for my scarring. I haven't had any negative side-effects from this yet (e.g. frequent urination, wonky periods, fatigue, dizziness or nausea), but only time will tell. Maybe I'll be one of those luck
Everywhere I go I witness the socially acceptable people shunning the downtrodden; people with mental problems gawked at in fear, people with disfigurements cruelly stared at or rudely overlooked, impoverished people avoided at all cost to the onlooker, even the uniquely dressed mercilessly criticized. It's the same fear-driven society everywhere I go. People boxed and contained and bottled until they believe the label put on them defines them.
Something that has always bothered me is the fa
It's hard to go anything in life alone. But when YOU are the reason for this predicament, loneliness is second to guilt.
I believed that my disfigured face was the catalyst for people writing me off; but oh, how wrong I've been. When you focus on all of the bad, the negative, the ugly in life, including the way you appear, you become consumed by those things.
You become the people that told you that you were less. You become the people that see only the shallow reflection of a person's s
My acne is the same: moderate with the occasional cyst.
Though I'm pretty sure most of the "acne" is in fact scarring from the past two years.
I have recently started experimenting with lactic and glycolic peels
(the glycolic is too harsh for my sensitive skin) and I've noticed slight improvement
in the depth of the scars at over 70% unbuffered.
I've also started to use Sulphur 6% again for overnight spot treatment (Proactiv)
b/c my skin cannot handle B.P. and most Salicylic Acid was