Going sugar free has been the cherry on top for me. I eat well and keep blood sugars on check therefore regulating hormone production. Again, I still eat fruit but no other form of sugar. Yes, I treat myself and no I don’t break out like crazy because of it. I plan my treat and make sure to have some kind of protein or good fat before hand. I sleep very well (7-8 hours). I also take a few supplements: milk thistle, zinc (be careful not to over take as I did experience nausea and headaches) and a probiotic. Stress management is big and was handled through my faith. God gave me the strength (Holy Spirit) to push forward and realize the love he has for me and the love I now have for myself. You see we can only go so far as humans but with God we are limitless. Acne is behind me now after only 8 years and I thank God for it. Sure, I worked for it but it has prepared me for where he is taking me next. God helps those who help themselves.And the key is to put him first, not your worries or anything of this world. Seek and you shall find. Peace out.
one week down already! Woo!
I had a few moments today where my anxiety started to bubble up and when that happens I tend to stare at myself in the mirror a lot. I become very self critical and this usually leads to a huge picking session.
however, I managed to make myself stand back when I felt the urge to squeeze out my pores.
Here’s a comparison between day one and day 7. (Today’s pics were taken just after a mud face mask hence the tomato red face!!)
1) My skin follows the post-6 week trajectory to clearing up! It's been said that 10 weeks is how many you need to have it work completely and we're nearing that so let's see.
1) Sometimes whiteheads pop up, but they are manageable and none cyst-like before treatment or during the purge phase. I can live with one a week I think, as that is an improvement.
2) A major improvement I've noticed is that irritating my skin (I admit it - I pick or push blackheads) does not seem to create new spots! This is good!
3) My face is 85% clear. Most spots are outgoing and the first new thing I've had in the last week arose yesterday.
4) I have been getting more sleep and seeing as my degree is basically done, so I also have no more stress. This could be helping for sure.
1) Improvements? What? Who would have thought 5 weeks ago? Please let it continue!
No matter teenagers or older persons, without a proper skin care we can get different problems or disorders. Most common for a lot of people are acne. So I think it is suitable to share some interesting and working information with the community.
There a lot of ways to treat acne.
Today I want to tell you how you can get rid fast of it. Of course, the first step is understanding what causes it.
After that there few remedies and methods:
Surely the best way to get rid out of acne it is to prevent appearing of them. Keep healthy lifestyle. Take shower often, drink water, get enough sleep and rest, right diet, stay yourself out of stress and anxiety.
Today's entries is not about my acne. I just went to the doctor for a urinary tract infection (think that is unrelated to spiro, but i have read some posts that suggest a correlation), but i mainly wanted to talk about my weight loss. I have been on spiro for 25 days today & got weighed at the doctor. My weight before spiro was always in the range of 145-148 lbs, but today i weighed 138. A whole 7-10 lbs lost. I know some of that is water weight, but I do not want to lose anymore weight. I will now continue to monitor it.
hi it’s been 9 mos since i posted an entry about me taking spironolactone and since then there was still no change of my acne condition in fact it gotten worst, i havent taken any pictures since then, ever since i had acne i don’t like taking pictures or looking at my face in the mirror.
so this was my acne 9mos ago. i have been thinking constantly on ways how to get rid of it i even tried oil cleansing those youtube vids and at first i thought it was working but it didn’t it has gotten worst so imagine this face 9mos ago plus it has gotten worse after trying oil cleansing hahaha but anyway i thought of doing something that i really wanted to try but i coudn’t because i was an addict, yes i am a coffee addict. starbucks is life, gong cha is lifer, boss’ cafe caramello latte and coffee bean’s cinnamon latte makes me day comeplete and i drink it almost everyday. i come to this idea years ago that sweets or sugars can contribute to acne but i ignored them since you know addict. but last month i didnt know but i thought im 29 and i still have this face all my friends has this smooth skin, and im still stuck into this condition, so i decided to try no dairy or same products for a month. and yes it has been exactly one month i didnt have sugar or any dairy products. and you know what??? im so happy right now, because my face improve a LOT. tha second picture was taken today, comparing to my face 9 mos ago with agree red papules my face now has dark brown not angry looking acne and when i touch my cheek no papules smooth the only thing is the dark brownish color and my pores are visible. and this has been the bestest condition of my face ever since my acne broke out years ago. before i cant completely cover my acnes when i put foundation but now when i put foundation 80% is fully covered and my confidence level has increase. i can talk to people now eye to eye not like before. its been a month and my face improve a lot how much more after another month?? 3months? 4months??? hehehe and i also stop eating fast foods like mcdonalds yip i only eat home cook meals now if im work i pack up my meal then i only drink water yes water, but i cant leave my coffee addiction behind, i still drink but the local kind of coffee and guess what im not breaking out for a month now hehe
so i will continue this no starbucks thingy and i will post again after a month hahaha
yes im blaning starbucks coz you know im a starucks addict haha or in other words dairy drink addict anyway.... see yah i must not forget to update or i must not succumb to temptation this 2nd month
5 days without coffee and no more headaches. I’ve stuck to my plan all week: potatoes (russet and sweet), tons of veggies, a bit of fruit, brown rice, water. I don’t have any new pimples or bumps. My skin also isn’t oily at all, which is something I’ve only experienced on accutane, or directly after washing my face for about 30 minutes. It’s after 6 pm and after putting on sunscreen and makeup this morning then being out in the heat today, I can run my finger across my forehead and it doesn’t come away shiny with residue. Usually I oil blot 2-3 times a day!
I am skeptical of anything “working” this quickly but I am honestly already seeing an improvement. I am also not hungry or feeling deprived. I’m eating when I am hungry until I am full.
6 Months off Accutane!
I cannot believe it has been 6 MONTHS since I have been off Accutane and 1 YEAR since I started! First off, if you are reading this, I encourage you to start reading my blog posts from the beginning to see the stages of my skin and the progress I have made throughout.
Being on Accutane for 7 months came with a lot of self confidence issues as my skin got significantly worse throughout the process. After reading many blogs and talking with my dermatologist, I was told that my skin would get worse before it got better. That was definitely correct! Seeing that I was a picker, I would pop all my cystic acne and whiteheads knowing that the consequences of scaring.
Today, my skin has never looked better... I cannot believe how much it has transformed! After coming off Accutane, my dermatologist told me that it can take some time for redness to fade (which it did). I was told not to do any facial treatments for at least 6 months to let my skin re-adjust and breathe. He put my on Retinal-A cream which has definitely helped with the post scarring marks and redness. I have NOT had a single pimple/cyst since coming off Accutane (Knock on wood).
Post Accutane Side Effects
As people on Accutane know, you experience very dry skin. When I was on accutane, I had dry skin mostly on my face and also a dry scalp. I could go 1 week without washing my hair as it never got greasy which was amazing! Now that I have come off Accutane, I do have my oily skin and hair back but not to the extent that it was before starting accutane. One thing that I did notice after coming off accutane was some hair loss. Every time I showered, I would lose a chunk of hair which made me very nervous. However it did slow down after 2 months of being off Accutane. If I had to guess, I probably lost 20-25% of my hair but seeing that I have a lot, it didn't really make a difference. Don't let this scare you as I was told that not everyone can suffer from this side effect!
Makeup - IT Cosmetics
After coming off Accutane, I did some research around makeup knowing that I wanted to be very cautious with what I was putting on my skin. After a trip to Sephora, I came across this line called IT Cosmetics (https://www.itcosmetics.ca) which is supported by dermatologists and plastic surgeons to help people cover rosacea (Skin disease causing red pigmented skin). I decided to give it a try seeing that I had post acne redness and some scarring. I wanted makeup that felt like I wasn't even wearing it. Let me tell you... YOU NEED TO TRY THIS BRAND! I was so impressed on the coverage I got from the products I used. You don't have to use a lot and it instantly transforms your skin by reducing the redness! Products info below:
- Bye Bye Redness Correcting Cream - Put this on first before applying a foundation. You can even use this as a quick cover up without anything on top if it matches your skin colour!
- Your Skin but Better CC+ Cream with SPF 50+ - I use only 2 pumps for my entire face. It blends beautifully and leaves my skin glowing! PLUS it has sunscreen!!
- Your Skin but Better CC+ Airbrush Perfecting Powder - When I don't feel like wearing the CC+ Cream, I use the powder version for a quick touch up!
- Bye Bye Pores Poreless Finishing Airbrush Powder - Helps keep a matte look.
Skincare Routine Update
Here is an update on my skin care routine.
- Face Wash - Cerave Hydrating Bar
- Toner - Lush Tea Tree Water
- Moisturizer - Cerave Daiy Moisturizing Lotion
- Prescription Medication - Retinol A Cream 0.025%
Remember for those suffering with acne, there is a light at the end of the tunnel! I encourage everyone who is on Accutane to document your progress. You will be amazed at the progress month after month. Feel free to comment if you have any further questions or are looking for support!
So before I started the Accutane 6 month treatment, I found some clarivis (Accutane) pills on my house that were originally given to my brother and took them without knowing if I was eligible for it. I started taking them 'till there were no more. I took around 25 or something. My skin was getting clear but a lump appeared on the right side of my neck. At that time I was not worry about it and thought it was going to last me a few weeks but I was dead wrong. It's been 2 months and a couple of weeks and it still there. Now what's even crazier is that I started a 6 month Accutane treatment 3 weeks ago after the lump showed up so I would like to know if Accutane would make the lump disappear or would I have to get surgery to take it out? PS: I was supposed to get my Accutane pills after the 25 I took but there were huge problems with my insurance and birthday.
So today I took my 8th 20mg roaccutane tablet.
And after 8 days, I have noticed...nothing.
No dryness, no aches or pains, no anything. (However I have had slightly dry lips but I'm attributing it to hay fever as it has been SO bad and my body is fully stocked up on antihistamine, yet I still can't breathe properly and want to pull my eyeballs out of my head - can anyone else relate? hahah)
The first 3-4 days my skin cleared slightly, which I believe was just mere coincidence. However, days 4-8 I have had a breakout, but in all honesty I think it was just normal and would have happened even if I wasn't on roaccutane. So at this moment I'm not treating it as a purge.
So yeah, no purging or dryness. Did anyone else starting out on 20mg not notice anything over the first week? Of course I don't want to jinx myself, I'm fully aware I might wake up tomorrow or in 2 weeks time and it may all hit me, but I am slightly concerned that I haven't noticed anything. I've been following multiple instagram accounts and a lot of people seem to have started experiencing dryness around day 6, from what I've seen.
As I said in my last update, I am moisturising as well as I can because I do fear the dryness. I've been using Clinique moisture surge serum and moisturiser, and I'm really liking them so far. My face feels soo smooth where I don't have acne present (but that's not a very large area hahahah).
So yep, not much to report as of yet, just trying to remain as patient as I can. Hopefully next week will be a little more eventful
im sorryy i havnt been updating as often as i intended to do. My mood has been very down lately and im feeling super depressed. I am not sure if Aldactone is doing much for my acne as I am also using a topical treatment which I just stopped using because it was irritating my skin. My tummy cramps isnt as bad as it was now but I still occasionally get the cramps. I also noticed that my period came earlier than it was supposed to maybe due to aldactone. I might be stopping Aldactone and using chinese herbal medication instead as my dad noticed the side effects had more effect in me. He said that chinese herbal medicine would work better with no side effects so ye mayb switching to that soon.
Acne affects more than 60 million people just in the U.S. alone annually. It ranges from low-grade to full-blown cystic acne.
Acne treatment is a thriving global business. The multi-million acne treatment industry is driven by the constant pressure to look presentable. Acne and teenagers are inextricably linked. Students in the teens have to battle with raging hormones and they often lack the financial capability to put together an anti-acne skincare regime to battle the stubborn acne condition.
To understand how to treat acne, you need to know what acne is. We talk to Dr. Siew Tuck Wah, Medical Director of Radium Medical Aesthetics to tell us more about acne and the treatment options.
What is acne?
Acne is a skin condition in which dead skin cells, bacteria, and sebum produced from your oil glands clog your pores, causing acne bacteria to develop.
There are generally 4 different classifications of acne: whitehead, blackhead, papule, and pustule.
WHITEHEAD In less serious cases, pores can get clogged up and form a bulge under the skin. A whitehead is formed in the initial stage.
BLACKHEAD When whitehead has been left on the skin for an extended period of time, it darkens on the surface, forming blackheads. They are often exposed above the skin surface, making the skin rough and unpleasant to touch.
PAPULE When the blackhead is not yet removed from the pores, sebum and bacteria may seep into the pores. Formation of papule occurs when there is an early stage of infection where the defence mechanism of the body is fighting against it.
PASTEL When the infection is more serious and it affects the deeper layers of the skin, nodules or cysts may form. In such cases, if it is left untreated, permanent acne scars may form.
Does acne only occur in teenagers?
Acne in teenagers is usually caused by excessive sebum production, but adult acne is mostly linked to hormonal fluctuations.
There is a wide range of acne treatments in Singapore with varying price range. Always consult a doctor for the most suitable acne treatment based on your budget.
Options for acne treatments
Low-grade acne sufferers can benefit from medical facial treatments. Medical facial treatments offered by clinics are designed specially by doctors to help cleanse the skin thoroughly and remove the debris that are responsible for development of acne.
Topical acne creams are also effective for treating low-grade acne. Topical retinoids are derived from vitamin A and they work by unclogging the pores so that inflammation doesn’t happen. Topical retinoids are often the treatment of choice for blackheads and closed comedones.
People with more serious, recurring acne can consider AGNES acne treatment. It is a Korean technology that uses an insulated micro-needle to deliver radiofrequency waves to destroy the offending sebaceous glands. With the offending glands destroyed, acne no longer recurs.
Review your skincare regime to battle acne effectively
There are some proven ways to better manage your acne from the comfort of your own home:
- Change your pillowcase weekly
- Wash your face with a gentle facial wash
- Only use non-comedogenic makeup and skincare products
- Wash or change your makeup brushes regularly
- Consume healthy, balanced diet and include more vegetables and fruits in your diet
Acne is not necessarily caused by dirty skin or bad hygiene. Don’t feel embarrassed about having bad skin. Putting together a comprehensive plan to combat acne by making changes to your daily regime and going for a regular facial treatment and seeing a doctor can tremendously improve your acne.
DAY 16 update. So the combination of YAZ and Spironolactone has resulted in my period being extended to the current 15th day. My menstrual cycle is usually painful, heavy, and lasts around 5 days. (So heavy that I have to go for iron infusions at the hospital.) Presently, my bleeding has ranged between light/medium.
The combination of starting the birth control pill again (after a long while) along with spironolactone has resulted in my hormones going slightly unhinged. While my hormones are still adjusting, I've been developing cystic acne in random places I never had to worry about. Hopefully this phase will soon pass!
Thought I'd update again as it's been awhile. It's been 15 months (next week) since I finished my last course of lymecycline. I have been keeping my skin clear with nightly use of benzoyl peroxide (Benzac AC 2.5% which I have to buy from either eBay or Amazon since it's not available in UK shops for some reason).
I still don't eat much dairy, I use almond milk on my cereal instead (but I still eat some dairy, I love cheese too much to never eat it!) but no longer take any supplements or ACV.
Whether my skin has remained clear due to the BP, or maybe the fact that I will be 50 next year and it's bloody well time my skin started behaving itself, who knows? But I don't plan to stop using the BP anytime soon as it really seems to have been the one thing that has kept my skin clear.
I actually came back here to read through my past posts to find out how long it took to get clear the very first time (5 weeks) because I gave a friend a small tube of BP to try as she's started to have the same problem (she just turned 36) - cystic acne is definitely not just a young person's problem!
I've been hearing a lot about this microneedling over the last year and had considered giving it a try. But it wasn't until I heard a coworker raving about it that I thought I should actually go for it.
Basically, you're rolling dozens of tiny needles all over your face, causing controlled injury to the layers of skin and forcing the body to increase collagen production. This improves, apparently, fine lines, scarring, hyperpigmentation, and skin firmness.
There are different needle lengths and the longer they are, the longer it takes to recover and the better off you are going to a specialist. And the longer they are, the more work they do to improve your skin's appearance.
I wanted to start out with the smallest just to be sure I wasn't going to accidentally hurt myself or mess up my sensitive skin. So, I went with the 0.25 mm dermaroller. I got titanium because it doesn't rust and it stays sharp. This length isn't really for pitted scarring, but it's supposed to coax your skin into soaking up the products you use more effectively. Which could help in a roundabout way by kick-starting my other routines again.
I eventually want to try the 0.5 mm at home as this is supposed to work for finer lines and shallower scarring. I do think that anything above that I would seek out the help of a professional esthetician.
What I'm doing:
I've been rolling twice a week, Sundays and Wednesdays for about a month. Moderate pressure in an up and down motion across each part of my face. Followed by a side to side montion. Once I've covered my whole face, I immediately stick the roller in alcohol to sanitize it. Then I apply a high quality vitamin c serum over the areas. Once that has soaked in I follow with a rose petal/witch hazel toner, and then a green tea/Jasmine moisturizer. You HAVE to use a vitamin c serum after rolling. And make sure you get a good serum with actual vitamin c in it. Not just a cheap one that lies to you. All of this aids in helping your skin heal more effectively and helps prevent infection.
Do not roll over active pimples. This will just spread the bacteria all over the rest of your face.
With the longer needles that get down further into your skin layers you'll have some bleeding, but I haven't had any with this.
• my skin feels so soft afterwards and by the time I apply the moisturizer it's like my face is made of whipped butter
• I feel like there has been an overall improvement in the tone of my skin
• I had a brand new hyperpigmentation scar on one cheek that seems to be fading and shrinking more rapidly than it I had not been doing this.
• the small needles don't hurt so badly after awhile, but it's definitely a weird sensation.
• I really think my products are able to work better and that there have been some small, but noticeable-to-me changes.
• I have really sensitive skin thanks to a way too active immune system. I find it I don't take an antihistamine at least an hour before rolling my skin is hot, itchy, and agitated with hives after I roll. If I do take the antihistamine, no problem. If you have a normal immune system that doesn't panic over every little thing, you should be fine.
• I have noticed some peeling on my chin and my nose. This is mentioned as a possible reaction, although I had not thought it would happen with such short needles. I just upped my exfoliation game on non-rolling days and moisturized.
• I'm probably not going to see any real results with this size roller, but I think it's best to ease myself into this to avoid any bad reactions and possibly really setting myself back.
So, yeah, so far so good. Nothing major, but it's only been a few weeks and it's hardly enough time for anything to work. Looking forward to keeping at it!
Keep an eye on the corresponding picture album for photo updates!
After a month:
I never used to moisturiser my skin. Never ever. Why? Because every single moisturiser that I ever tried, clogged my pores. I rarely get acne flare ups, but I had so many clogged pores that looked horrible.
I have pitted acne scars on my cheeks by the way.
Even moisturisers that claimed to be non comedogenic, gave me fully clogged pores and I was sick and tired of it.
Recently I researched on natural non comedogenic moisturisers, and among others, Shea butter was mentioned. I was skeptical at first. But I felt I had nothing to lose.
I have been using this one twice a day and my skin has improved so much. It's so moisturising. And the best part is that it hasn't clogged my pores AT ALL. I have combination skin and at first it looks really greasy but then it settles in so well and leaves my skin with a dewy finish. It's perfect.
As of yesterday, I've been on Absorica (accutane/isotretinoin) for 3 months collectively. It's been 2 months now that I've been on my maintenance dose, which is 60mg... (30mg AM, 30mg PM)
I've been clear since starting the maintenance 60mg, which is amazing. This is even with skipping my pills on most weekends. I do this because I typically have a few drinks on the weekends and I don't want to mix this medication with alcohol because you are supposed to avoid alcohol entirely while on it.
The only issue I've had since upping to the 60mg is a weird breakout on my chin. These just appeared a few days ago. This is not a type of breakout I have ever dealt with before though..... It is completely confined to my chin and its just little red bumps. Honestly it looks worse with makeup because of my dryness. It could be caused by my dryness, honestly. I've been putting pure Aloe Vera, and polysporin on my chin to help.
Other than that, 3 months in.... my skin is doing great. Lips..... dry. Aquaphor is still helping, and burts bees occasionally when I am out in public and don't want to bust out my giant tube of aquaphor.
Oh, I also wanted to mention.... STAY OUT OF THE SUN. I wore sunscreen but did not reapply one day that I was out in the sun most of the day. My forehead burned and it took 2 weeks to return to its normal color and stop peeling.
So I have officially been on Accutane for 8 months now. Cyst free for over 5 months! A couple weeks ago I decided to go down to 20mg (10mg in morning and 10 at night) as the sides of my mouth were so raw and peeling the size of a penny. I looked like the joker, haha, but really it wasn't funny. As soon as I decreased the dose, it healed up and so it will just take me a week or so longer to finish up my course. While my lips are super dry, the rest of my skin isn't and I just need my regular lotion once a day. Hair has been status quo and besides one tiny whitehead a week ago, skin has been great. I'm excited to get off of Accutane but also quite nervous. I'm trying to be hopeful. Though the knowing that I could go back on if needed is a helpful safety net (even if it's not a guarantee it will work a second time).
So I can officially say that it has been a whole month of taking spironolactone. I've decided to keep my dose to 50 mg as I have noticed major improvements on my face - starting with forehead which was filled with cystic acne just over a month ago and now I have none. I still have a small number of breakouts on my cheeks and a couple on my jaw but it is not as worse as how it was before I started taking spiro. I am however left with a lot of scars and pigmentation which I know can be sorted out as soon as my acne clears up so I'm not dwelling on that. Excited to see what month 2 will bring.... fingers crossed.
Thiết kế bao bì mang lại hiệu quả ứng dụng cao
Trong hoạt động sản xuất, kinh doanh, thiết kế bao bì là khâu không thể bỏ qua, bởi nó chính là sợi dây kết nối gần nhất, đưa sản phẩm tới tay người tiêu dùng một cách hiệu quả. Bao bì, hộp đựng sản phẩm ngoài công năng thuần túy là bao bọc, giữ an toàn cho sản phẩm, nó còn là một trong những phương thức Marketing hiệu quả của doanh nghiệp, giúp đưa sản phẩm tới gần hơn với người tiêu dùng.
Vậy, làm sao để thiết kế được những mẫu bao bì độc đáo, mang lại hiệu quả ứng dụng cao? Hãy cùng tìm hiểu về những cách thiết kế bao bì hiệu quả nhé.
1. Luôn chú ý đến công dụng của bao bì
Bao bì, hộp đựng sản phẩm là thiết bị đa năng, chứa nhiều công dụng hữu ích, ngoài công năng thuần túy của chúng là bao bọc, bảo vệ sản phẩm trách khỏi những tác hại từ ngoại cảnh như : Dập nát, hư hỏng… Chúng còn là sợi dây kết nối gần hơn giữa doanh nghiệp và người tiêu dùng, là phương tiện quảng cáo hiệu quả, tiết kiệm cho phí mà không một doanh nghiệp nào bỏ qua.
Bạn nên bắt đầu nghiên cứu từ những công dụng tuyệt vời đó để cho ra những mẫu bao bì có tính ứng dụng cao trong thực tế. Tính bền,đẹp, đa năng và thẩm mĩ cao là điều bạn nên chú ý đến khi tiến hành in bao bì sản phẩm.
Ngoài ra, bạn cũng nên tập trung vào phong cách sang trọng, lạ mắt để làm nổi bật những sản phẩm cao cấp như mĩ phẩm, trang sức hoặc chú trọng tới chất liệu bao bì nếu công dụng chính của chúng là bảo quản và tái sử dụng sản phẩm.
Luôn chú ý tới công dụng của bao bì
Sản xuất in ấn bao bì hộp giấy giá rẻ TPHCM với xu thế đổi mới, năng động luôn tiếp cận gần nhất với công nghệ hiện đại sẽ đem đến cho bạn những mẫu thiết kế bao bì đa năng, ấn tượng.
2. Phù hợp với đặc chưng của sản phẩm
Mỗi nhóm sản phẩm đều có những đặc chưng khác nhau, phục vụ một mục đích khác nhau của người tiêu dùng. Vậy nên, trong quá trình thiết kế bao bì, không nên rập khuôn một cách quá máy móc mà phải có sự nghiên cứu kĩ về những đặc tính của sản phẩm để từ đó đưa ra mẫu bao phì phù hợp nhất.
Ví dụ, khi bạn tiến hành cung cấp bao bì cho một sản phẩm ly, cốc dễ vỡ, sẽ không chỉ chăm chăm chú trọng vào hình thức, mà còn phải thiết kế sao để đảm bảo an toàn ở mức độ tối đa nhất. Hoặc, khi bạn tiến hành thiết kế bao bì cho sản phẩm là mì ăn liền, bánh kẹo… Bạn hãy thiết kế sao để chỗ đóng, mở bao bì dễ dàng nhất, có thể mở bằng tay mà không cần dao kéo hay các thiết bị hỗ trợ khác.
Tính tiện dụng và phù hợp với đặc chưng của sản phẩm là điều không thể bỏ qua trong thiết kế Bao bì giấy cao cấp, hãy cân nhắc tốt điều này để luôn làm hài lòng khách hàng nhé.
Phù hợp với đặc chưng của sản phẩm
3. Giá trị sản phẩm luôn đồng nhất với mẫu thiết kế bao bì
Đây chính là cách để bạn tiếp cận đúng với mục tiêu khách hàng tiềm năng, đặc biệt trong thiết kế bao bì dành cho những sản phẩm sử dụng cao cấp. Khách hàng của bạn sẽ nhìn vào chất lượng, mẫu mã bao bì để quyết định có nên mua sản phẩm này hay không, sản phẩm này có dành cho mình hay không.
Sẽ là sai lầm nếu bạn sử dụng mẫu bao bì với chất liệu rẻ tiền, thiết kế sơ sài cho một sản phẩm cần sử dụng Bao bì giấy cao cấp. Nó sẽ tạo ra cho khách hàng sự hoài nghi về chất lượng sản phẩm bên trong, và cũng sẽ khiến họ phải cân nhắc khá nhiều khi bỏ ra một số tiền lớn để mang về sản phẩm như vậy.
Giá trị sản phẩm luôn đồng nhất với mẫu thiết kế bao bì
Công ty in ấn bao bì hộp giấy giá rẻ TPHCM luôn sãn sàng những mẫu thiết kế bao bì độc đáo, phù hợp với nhu cầu của bạn.
Day 4 of taking 40mg of accutane each day
Patches of dry skin- especially around nose/ itchy skin around nose
Tired but unsure if thats because I'm not sleeping enough and waking up early
Slight muscle pain
Also felt a bit sick when I took the pills but again, unsure if that is because I had a coffee an hour before I took them.
Skin hasn't got any worse yet but has got slightly more oily (apart from the dry patches)
A few days ago I started incorporating Neutrogena Hydro Boost Gel into my very simple routine of La Roche Posay gel cleanser and COSRX Ultra Birch Sap Lotion on my cheeks only. It seemed to be working pretty well, for sure helping my oiliness and redness because it's water-based and I am aware my skin is severely dehydrated. Today I stumbled across this blog post on fungal acne, and it sounded EXACTLY like what I had, so I just took a shower and put Nizoral on my forehead, chest, and back. My skin wasn't red at all after my (cold) shower which never happens, so it was already a good start, and after I put my neutrogena gel on, my skin looked pretty damn good. hoping i will see some miracle results and that the damned malassezia will finally, finally go away. Could it have been my fungal acne/seborrheic dermatitis all along and not true hormonal acne like I thought it was??? Or is it both and I've just managed to calm down both?? please pray for good results i will update later!
I am 40 and have been on Doxy, mino, and lastly Spirno over the past 20 plus years to treat my cystic acne. About a month ago I had two huge cystic acne bumps. That then caused my whole chin to become a disaster area. So I went to dermatologist and she took a culture of the infection. My test results came back and found out the infection is of the worst kind. It is resistant to all the antibiotics except for Levofloxacin. So now I am takin 750mg to get this under control. Now Im wondering was taking all the antibiotics all those years worth it to get to this point where now I am resistant. Has anyone been down this path?