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iriskw1

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  1. No, I'm not exaggerating and you have to realize that everyone is different. Also, according to symptomsofcaffeinewithdrawal.com, it "can last up to a few months". Furthermore, I have spoken to others who have quit and the duration of withdrawal varies - ranging from a few days to weeks to even a couple of months. Obviously, I am very sensitive to caffeine and it affected me negatively. I'm glad it had only taken you 3 days worth of withdrawal symptoms, but I had headaches and body aches for alm
  2. I'm an Asian female in my late 20s. I've never suffered from acne. Well, 2 - 3 pimples do come up especially during the time of the month, but these pimples eventually dissipates after several days. Upon moving to Florida from D.C. last year, I gradually started to breaking out; it began with tiny clustter of bumps that started in my forehead area, which spread throughout my face. The bumps turned cystic. In a matter of 6 months, I went from "Miss Perfect Skin" to suffering with moderately se
  3. I'm Asian with medium skin. I suffered with moderately severe acne. I gave up caffeine and change my diet (lots of water, absolutely no dairy, reduce intake of sugar and abundance of vegetables and fruits). Finally, my acne is almost gone (I'm about 90% better and it's only been 4 weeks since I changed my diet). Now, I'm just dealing with a few bumps and of course, hyperpigmentation. I find a balance diet and a great multi-vitamins very effective in helping my skin heal quickly. Also, I've be
  4. You are not alone. I had just turned 32 and I had the most perfect skin prior to my breakout; however, in the last 6 months, my face has gotten worse (to moderately severe). I analyzed everything (from makeup products, to the hard tap water, humid weather and my diet) and tried / spent money on various chemical acne products (salicylic acid, benzoyl peroxide) and even the natural ones such as tea tree oil, lemon and apple cider vinegar, but yet to no avail. In my research, I found that I'm very
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