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About seaoflove

  • Birthday 01/14/1994

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    Worcester, MA, USA
  1. Okay, so I've been going to a dermatologist since I was about 12. I've been on tetracycline, minocycline, and at the moment I am on 100 mg of doxycycline once a day. This I have no problem with. There is an extremely strong strain of genetic acne in my family and antibiotics have worked for all of us. HOWEVER, the last time I went to my derm's office, he took one look at my skin, pointed out the "bad areas", and told me I should start 100 mg of doxycycline, take Retin-A, and start using an Rx f
  2. I use Hollywood Beauty Tea Tree Oil straight-up as a moisturizer, and it's TTO based. The ingredients are listed as: Soybean Oil, Tea Tree Oil, Sunflower Oil, Vitamin E, Carrot Extract, Aloe Vera Extract, Rose Hips Oil, Peanut Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Methylparaben (and) Isopropylparaben (and) Isobutylparaben (and) Butylparaben, Fragrance, D & C Red #17, D & C Yellow #11. If you're allergic or like to avoid parabens, fragrances or dyes then this isn't a good idea, but other than that, it
  3. Apparently it takes some people 5 undiluted drops to clean their ENTIRE body. The dryness now makes perfect sense. I'll see how it works once I dilute it with some water.
  4. I recently received a bottle of Dr. Bronner's Tea Tree & Hemp liquid soap in the mail. I was pretty excited, seeing as my moisturizer has tea tree oil in it (as well as a bunch of other oils) and it works perfectly for my dry & sensitive skin. However, when I used it in the shower, it initially made my skin burn/tingle a bit, but once I started to lather the burning went away. Afterwards I used my moisturizer and everything seemed well and good-- there were no obvious red patches, no dr