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IF U WERE TO LIVE IN AN "ANTI-BACTERIAL" ROOM

I remember that my cousin would live in a room for 4 months when she was a baby which was "anti-bacterial", cuz she was having problems with her immune system. If u were to be in that room, does it mean that u have no chance of having acne?

If so, wouldnt it be a good treatment? to sleep in that room for like a week, and give treatments, etc...

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no, because the bacteria is being fed by imbalanced hormones, hence causing acne. the room would kill the bacteria, but wouldnt stop the cycle of imbalanced hormones. now if u had a room that caused hormones to balance, and kill bacteria- you would be cooking with gas cool.gif

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No, because a sterile room is not sterile skin.

Plus, skin cells and sebum can also clog pores. That's why antibiotics don't work on everyone's acne.

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spots are formed from clogged pores, bacteria makes it worse. So even if your skin was clean you might get spots.

Plus sebum is basically lipids, which bacteria like to eat.

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I remember that my cousin would live in a room for 4 months when she was a baby which was "anti-bacterial", cuz she was having problems with her immune system.  If u were to be in that room, does it mean that u have no chance of having acne?

If so, wouldnt it be a good treatment? to sleep in that room for like a week, and give treatments, etc...

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if that were possible, i strongly wouldnt recommend it. cuz your body needs certain types of bacteria to function. and if youre a girl, you can get a yeast infection because youre killing a certain bacteria that i think helps keep it away (???) but thats waht my doctor told me.

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