Hey I thought i'd share a post from my blog, I cannot link you to my blog (acne.org rules) but i'm sure that if you look me up on Google you will find my blog!
"Come down to the surgery and I will sort your skin out with some tablets"-- Dr. Barnsley said as he pulled my toenail off. I knew little at the time about acne and the treatments-- I was a "newby". I trusted any drug that the doctor would ever prescribe me at that and age not even consider the down sides, I just did wha
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The best tips for acne - from a person that had facial and back acne.
These tips will not cure you, but they will help a considerable amount in your on-going fight against acne. For any aged acne sufferer, wether you've had it a week or 15 years...I hope that these tips will give you a bit of hope in reaching your goal of clear skin and also giving a confidence boost. Enjoy.
1) Be open a
Dealing with the emotional side effects of having bad skin
This time last year I couldn't look my Dad in the eye, my skin was the worst it had ever been and my confidence rapidly shattered. I couldn't bare the pain of waking up each and every morning, walking into the bathroom, not turning the light on, looking into the mirror and having to look at my acne-ridden skin. Some days were better than others, some days there would be no new heads and like most days I would see a cluster of new pust
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To introduce my self, my name is William Rickard, i'm a 15 year and a post-acne sufferer. I have recently featured on a BBC documentary "Dying for Clear skin". Also I have featured on BBC Breakfast show talking about my thoughts towards acne.
I want to make a difference even after my face is out of Mainstream media. So I decided to create a blog that will help people with their ac