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kaleidoscopic.thoughts

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    Helps bring down cystic acne and leaves skin baby soft! None really. For me, I usually just use it as a cleanser mixed with fine sea salt, acv, warm water, lemon juice, and aloe vera. I leave it on as a mask if I have time. If you don't like the stickiness then mix it with a bit of warm water or something and it significantly helps. The pros outweigh the cons for me so I'm going to continue with my regimen.
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    Self-drained my left cheek cyst.

    Yeahh I used to drain all my cysts... made them way worse and generally scar horribly. I find now that my regimen of using a cleanser made with raw honey/ACV/fine sea salt/lemon juice/aloe vera gel/bit of warm water to dissolve the salt, really does help bring the cysts down. I've also changed my makeup to a basic mineral makeup which hasn't clogged or irritated my skin at all. I thought it would look so powdery and gross but it turns out it looks basically flawless if you apply it right. Of cou
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    Got to ramble on....

    Frustration and anger at having severe acne seem to be a regular thing for me. Which really doesn't help considering acne is hormone related and to a certain extent we control our hormones through our mindset. One thing I've struggled with lately is that though a diet change has gotten rid of all of my blackheads/oily skin/typical acne, I now have severe painful cystic acne that seems to flare up around my period. Ironic really, that at the worst time of the month when I'm most 'emotional' I bre
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