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So I been trying to get my face cleared up for months now. I never had this problem till now. Last year my face wasn’t clear but was good enough for me. Some lil acne here and there. The year before that was when I had the clearest face and I miss that. I don’t know how to eat with this anymore. I wash my face and keep it moisturize, I drink a lot of water. I watch what I eat but I still get this disgusting bumps and pimples on my face. Yes sometimes out of rage I just pop one or two. I currently use a neutrogena toner and gel moisturizer and also I use the Black African soap to wash my face. Something my girlfriend told me to use since she has clear skin. I don’t have insurance or the money to visit a dermatologist. I’m trying to save up but I need help 

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On 11/10/2018 at 2:48 PM, Wvrco said:

So I been trying to get my face cleared up for months now. I never had this problem till now. Last year my face wasn’t clear but was good enough for me. Some lil acne here and there. The year before that was when I had the clearest face and I miss that. I don’t know how to eat with this anymore. I wash my face and keep it moisturize, I drink a lot of water. I watch what I eat but I still get this disgusting bumps and pimples on my face. Yes sometimes out of rage I just pop one or two. I currently use a neutrogena toner and gel moisturizer and also I use the Black African soap to wash my face. Something my girlfriend told me to use since she has clear skin. I don’t have insurance or the money to visit a dermatologist. I’m trying to save up but I need help 

Firstly, ditch the African black soap because that will overdry your skin; go for a gentle face cleanser with no fragrance and no sodium laureth sulfate. Secondly, you need an acne treatment, have you tried salicylic acid or benzoyl peroxide? These can be found OTC and do not necessarily require a dermatologist.

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Hello, 
I want to help you because it sounds like we may have gone through a few of the same things. One thing that may be effecting your acne is your diet. Take a look at the things you eat and drink throughout the day. Try drinking a gallon of water every day and drinking only water. Sugary drinks and foods effected my skin heavily. Also if you drink or eat any dairy products, try taking a break from them. Dairy cows are treated with artificial hormones which can throw human hormone levels off significantly. Another key thing about our face is that it is very sensitive. I also had very oily skin and tried using a fragrance and oil free facial cleanser. It worked great but I started to see great results once I got a facial moisturizer with vitamin C or collagen. Another great stress reliever that could be a possible lead to your breakouts is the amount of exercise you are getting. Try excercising for 30 minutes a day and immediately after wash your face off with lukewarm water. This allows cell waste and toxins to escape your body. The number one is going to be your diet. Orange and yellow fruits vegetables are great for your skin so try digesting more of those. And once again try cutting out dairy products and saturated fat foods or drinks high in sugar. The second most important aspect is your skin routine. I used an exfoliating brush and this upped my game up heavily because it helped clean out all the toxins hiding in my pores. You also want to make sure your skin is hydrated so you want to get a skin sensitive facial moisturizer you apply after a facial cleanse. attached are the products I used that you can buy for cheap on Amazon. I really recommend trying these products and following the steps I told you above.
Vitamin C facial cleanser: [InstaNatural Vitamin C Facial Cleanser]
Facial Cleansing brush: [ETEREAUTY Facial Brush]
Face moisturizer: [TruSkin Daily Facial Moisturizer] Edited by Control Panel
Unnecessary linking--replaced links with product names

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