My new regimen includes 4 cups of Tradional Medicinals Spearmint Tea/day. I brew them for a long time in boiling hot water and squeeze the teabag into the tea before drinking, just like the box says to. Topicals: I ordered EVERYTHING that I saw written about on these boards. Effaclar K from La Roche-Posay (Zinc PCA) Tangerine anti-shine treatement from Sana Fela (Nobiletin) Garden Botanika clarifying lotion (zinc pca, green tea) Solvere acne clearing toner (witch hazel, zin
So, I just received all the products I ordered. Ill be drinking 2 cups spearmint tea/day. These are the active ingredients in the topicals: Zinc pca Green tea Nobiletin Saw Palmetto extract Will let you know how it goes. I've been doing it all for 2 days so far and I think I see a very slight reduction in oil, but it's too soon to know. Wish me luck. Keep in touch if you've found anything at all that works for you that I'm not already trying.
Since PDT was only minorly effective against the oil slick known as my face, I'm checking out some of the weird little products that are supposed to reduce oil topically. Here are the active ingredients I'm going to investigate topically first: zinc pca saw palmetto nobiletin Names of products I'm going to try: La Roche-Posay Effaclar K Acne Treatment Fluid (Zinc pca) Garden Botanika Moisture Lotion, Clarifying, (zinc pca) Solvere Acne Clearing Toner (zinc pca) Clea
This year I tried PDT, photo dynamic therapy. I had 3 rounds of it at Epicenter Medspa in San Francisco. Kelly, the medical esthetician there, is great. I totally recommend her. She was careful to prepare my skin thoroughly for the treatments and give me long incubation times with the Levulan to get the best results. PDT improved skin texture, pore size, and gave some improvement in my smallest icepick scars. I really love what it did for the over all smoothness of my skin. My exp
Hello Everyone, This blog will mainly be about my methodical investigation into non-accutane, non-hormonal treatments for my extremely oily skin. And I do mean oily. I mean the most oily ever. Trust me. I'm a 35 year old female, I've had acne and oily skin for 20 years. Not temporary! Very consistent. My skin probs are clearly hereditary. My dad and my brother have the exact same skin type as myself. I wish I could take acctuane or spiro, but I can't due to other medica