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week 3 today

faithgirl1409

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so I am very happy that i bought some jajoba oil, using with moisturizer... my skin is def less flakey and although i get some new pimples often, i generally do anyway so its not causing any major breakout... most of the red marks on my face at the moment are actually from the skin peeling off leaving a bright red but flat mark... I am wondering about AHA but wanted to first give the regimen and jajoba oil etc a good chance to work. does anyone have any feedback on the AHA?

overall I am so happy with my makeup on as all looks smoother and skin looks like its glowing more.. just underneath there are still these red marks and pigmentation around eyes and on face etc which is not so hot lol!

My husband said to me yesterday I am like a new person, my confidence is so much better and I dont mind just going out at the end of the day ( when makeup is obviously fading etc) where before all the marks would be showing later so wouldnt dare go out and just hated my skin after 3hrs of applying makeup...

my quality of life has definately improved in the last 3 weeks. i am interested to see now that im approaching that time of the month if i will have a big break out... i always usually do... I have been so busy that I have not been drinking water which has always meant for me biiiig breakouts... yet the bp and the routine is really just working so well that all is flat mostly.

I also found a paler foundation for my skin so am much happier that I look less orange.

I have a glow to my face lately.

im also able to remove more makeup at the end of each day now using babycream with some jajoba oil in, then washing as per normal.. the elizabeth aarden babycream mixed with jajoba makes skin so soft... overall im happy I just want the redness to go away, not sure what the best way is to achieve this... the bp is great in flattening out those zits and eventually making them fade etc but the marks under scabs etc... not so sure about these, maybe theAHA is the answer...



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Hi! I just read your blog and wanted to encourage you, and maybe give you a few tips?I am very sensitive to progesterone, which back in september I switched to a birthcontrol that had more estrogen and had the breakout of my life- cysts etc. Wow. I can't even touch the stuff lol. Such a shame my body produces that!Anyways, you were wondering of a good makeup remover. I recently started using bioderma crealine h20, which is a non-cleanser. It works very well at removing all makeup, and isn't to drying (nor oily). I bought a 500 ml bottle on amazon.Good luck with the DKR. My skin is way too sensitive with that stuff. Used it religiously for two months, and had the breakout of my life (again) but then it all went away. I ended up getting oozy blisters and hives from it (seemed out of nowhere). :clap:( Well I wish I could use it if my skin wasn't so sensitive.Anyways, best of luck! acne sucks lol

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Thanks so much :) i have actually been so happy with the baby cream with jajoba oil, o breakouts and super cheap and it makes my skin soft...my skin has settled now after ive been off cream for a while and i was so stoked that i had no breakout ( just started that time of month! :)wow im shocked the regimen did that to u, must have been the bp?the cleansers are so gentle... or some people have bad reaction to the jajoba...such a pity im so happy.what are u using now? and is it working?

Hi! I just read your blog and wanted to encourage you, and maybe give you a few tips?I am very sensitive to progesterone, which back in september I switched to a birthcontrol that had more estrogen and had the breakout of my life- cysts etc. Wow. I can't even touch the stuff lol. Such a shame my body produces that!Anyways, you were wondering of a good makeup remover. I recently started using bioderma crealine h20, which is a non-cleanser. It works very well at removing all makeup, and isn't to drying (nor oily). I bought a 500 ml bottle on amazon.Good luck with the DKR. My skin is way too sensitive with that stuff. Used it religiously for two months, and had the breakout of my life (again) but then it all went away. I ended up getting oozy blisters and hives from it (seemed out of nowhere). :clap:( Well I wish I could use it if my skin wasn't so sensitive.Anyways, best of luck! acne sucks lol

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