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  1. Oh yea! Urbanglamgyrl has been using the product for about a week now. Check out her site to follow her progress. It kind of pisses me off that her site only came up on the 8th page or so on Google.
  2. I have mild acne and I tend to break out around my cycle. I ordered this but I am unable to determine if it works or not. I don't break out a lot and when I do it is around my cycle. I get maybe a few pimples minimum but before my cycle started I had been using this for a few days and only got one pimple and one white head. I am glad you have found something that works for you.
  3. I hope everything works out for the best!
  4. Yea this is true. Today was a little better so that is good I guess. Thanks for posting .
  5. Hello, Well I'm not having a good acne day. At the moment, I do not have active acne but I do have several marks on my face from my last two cycles. I don't break out often but when I do it leaves marks. My mom tells me that they are not that bad and when I look in the mirror I do not think they are that bad but for some reason I am taking this really hard. My mind convinces me that they are indeed horrible and I believe it. I have been having bouts of crying, I might spend hours on the intern
  6. I checked out the handbook of green chemicals and the truth in aging website. None of these ingredients seem to pose any real threat. Sodium Hydroxymethylglycinate can cause mild skin and eye irritation. It hasn't done anything to my sensitive skin though.
  7. Yea, I agree with the others. They are just large pores. There isn't anything you can do about large pores because the size of your pores is genetic.
  8. I checked those very two sites before I posted lol. I could not find all of the ingredients on there.
  9. Cocamidopropryl betaine can cause irritation but that's usually in people with hypersensitive skin. Dead sea salt can dry out skin. Lemon oil can reduce sebum production and also since it is alkaline can dry out pimples. Decyl glucoside can burn your skin because it has a ph of 11 but I would not worry about that because usually some sort of citric acid is added to calm that down. Xantham gum is a thickner. It isn't problematic. Lactic acid exfoliates. This is not a problem if it is in low conce
  10. Water Sodium Lauroamphoacetate Sodium Lauroyl Glutamate Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride Sodium Hydroxymethylglycinate Lavandula Hybrida Oil Geranium Maculatum Oil Eucalyptus Globulus Oil Citral Citronellol Coumarin d-Limonene Geraniol This is a baby wash cleanser from eco store. It does not contain petrochemicals, lauryl or laureth sulphates, propylene glycol, dye, fragrance, parabes, cocamide DEA or cocomidopropyl betaine. Since it didn't contain any ingredients that harm my skin I purcha
  11. I know what milia looks like and I don't think I have it. My bumps are fleshy and are not hard at all. They are sort of flat but slightly raised.