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  1. http://animals.howstuffworks.com/mammals/e...bear-liver1.htm
  2. Who here has heard of the explorers who ate polar bear liver and died? Except......the one who had acne (and he was cured afterwards).
  3. I've been megadosing on vitamin B5 which has made a huge differrence. My skin is almost completely non oily now. It's not flakey, and it's clear. I'm now mega dosing on vitamin A as well. Supposedly your hair can fall out. Accutane can do the same thing and I never had a problem on it, so I'm going to take the risk.
  4. I'm currently taking 300,000 IUs of vitamin A (dangerous but so far I'm okay) I upped my dose of pantethine complex to 20 pills a day-each pill is 1500mg of pantethine and 1500mg of pantothenic acid. The other pills I take are: Alpha lipoic acid chromium Fish oil DMAE a high quality multi vitamin cinnamon B-complex The pantethine has had it's limitations. It definitely made me ALMOST oil free and very clear. I'm greedy and want the results accutane gave me years ago. If the vitamin A does tha
  5. This is what I'm currently taking and it seems to be working amazingly well. I added some things to the pantethine. I should note that I have a wheat allergy which I discovered after going on the Paleo diet. I believe my skin problems are due to nutritional deficiencies. The pantethine by itself is amazing and reduced oiliness by leaps and bounds. The vitamin A and E got rid of flakiness and blackheads. It also got rid of some annoying tiny bumps on my chin and milia around my eyes. I plan on ad
  6. The pantethine I'm taking has made it so my skin never gets shiny, and it's totally clear. At the end of the day it is ever so slightly waxy. I've found online that sebum composition is squalene, cholesterol, wax, triglycerides, and fatty acids? Anyways I'm probably forgetting some things. I think the pantethine gets rid of the cholesterol. And I just avoided carbs for the past few days which I think eliminates the triglycerides portion of the sebum. Because it got even better. I'm doing more re
  7. If the villi in your small intestine is damaged from eating wheat than it will take time to heal and recover the ability to absorb nutrients. Taking pantethine helps with the acne during the recovery process. And I believe the recovery process can take up to 3 years.
  8. I'm on 900 mg of pantethine and 900 mg of pantothenic acid because it came that way with the brand I found. It's working very well, but I'm going to bump my dose up to 1500 mg of each. When I had been on accutane, my skin was completely dry and I loved that. To find a supplement that works this well though is extraordinary. ZPeople have commented on how amazing my skin looks. I wonder if I can find a dose that will get rid of the oil completely. I'm honestly being greedy because it's already am
  9. Supplements are not regulated by the FDA so different companies don't always put the dosage they claim. They also formulate them differently which can change their effectiveness. Aside from that, it's been my personal experience that one brand was extremely effective and another completely ineffective. I think it's important to mention this, because I've seen people write on here that the Pantothenic acid they are taking is not showing results. I also should mention that the brand that was effe
  10. I think you should take the pantethine and only the pantethine. This is just my opinion of course, but I have reasons. One reason is that I've read that when you take pantethine, you need less of it and there is no need to take anything with it like b-complex or cystene. B-12 supposedly can induce acne eventually, and if you are taking the complex, the b-12 might be building up to a point where that's exactly what it's doing. I know what you mean about being depressed from oily skin. People who
  11. Supplements are not regulated by the FDA so different companies don't always put the dosage they claim. They also formulate them differently which can change their effectiveness. Aside from that, it's been my personal experience that one brand was extremely effective and another completely ineffective. I think it's important to mention this, because I've seen people write on here that the Pantothenic acid they are taking is not showing results. I also should mention that the brand that was effe
  12. I'm on 900 mg of pantethine and 900 mg of pantothenic acid because it came that way with the brand I found. It's working very well, but I'm going to bump my dose up to 1500 mg of each. When I had been on accutane, my skin was completely dry and I loved that. To find a supplement that works this well though is extraordinary. ZPeople have commented on how amazing my skin looks. I wonder if I can find a dose that will get rid of the oil completely. I'm honestly being greedy because it's already am
  13. One brand of pantothenic acid worked for me (country life-time release) and one brand of pantothenic acid did not work for me (vitamin shoppe brand). But I am taking Vitamin shoppe brand pantethine which is working. I would have bought a different brand since I had no luck with the vitamin shoppe brand pantothenic acid, but it was the only one I could find after I read that pantethine is a better option than pantothenic acid. And it's working. I will probably try another brand soon, because I fe
  14. What brand are you on out of curiousity? I found that brands can make a difference. Country life worked for me, but vitamin shoppe brand did not work with the pantothenic acid. Now I'm taking Vitamin shoppe brand pantethine which IS working. I guess the brand isn't all bad. Worrisome though that it is so complicated.
  15. Who I am -I'm a 32 year old female with very oily skin and mild acne What I've done for my skin -I've tried everything under the sun for acne. Topically I find there are significant limits on what you can accomplish. But having said that, there are a few products that have worked for me. Finacea is a prescription cream for rosacea but it works amazingly well on my acne. You have to ask for it and be persistant.It's an off-label use. Caudalie purifying oil is fantastic at night. And I always tr
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