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Dlog Elira

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  1. i think it's just the fact that you have active skin, point blank i work out about 3-5 days a week and my back is clear..used to be rocky as shit. retin-a worked well on my back in 09, havent needed it since. what else could be a problem is that you are producing a lot of testosterone while working out and as you may know, testosterone is linked to acne. if you intake lots of whey/creatine that might lead to it since not everyones body is ideal for that
  2. sorry nothin against you, i just hate when people try and get personal online and act like people are telling the truth and what not..i make friends irl
  3. online forums should be a secondary thing in life if you're depressed, maybe a visit to the doctor should justify you being cured
  4. we're here to improve our skin condition, not make besties the lounge is for off topic stuff
  5. ^ lame lol at redskins, respect though for being truthful to a bad sqaud
  6. the problem with this board is that alot of times people want to be nice and soothing to someone with emotional issues instead of being realistic and telling them what they should hear not what they want to. you hit it on the head, sometimes you just have to accept the facts, and realize it is what it is. people get wild with it sometimes, like don't show up to work, quit their job, don't enroll in school, when in reality more than 75% of people have acne, obviously some worse then others.
  7. what is the point of this challenge? the reason why pcking is usually bad is because dirty fucks that don't wash their hands after sneezing/coughing/picking their noise/etc put all that dirty bacteria on their face. if it forms to a head, make sure your hands are clean/sanitized and gently squeeze out the puss. then just put some peroxide on it to clean the bacteria that rose from your face. pores are not straight tubes/gaps..they are little obstacle course type like shapes so when they say t
  8. i think about how worse things can be i also write poems, and find something to strive off of you control your destiny, and if you put in a half ass effort because of your skin..you will get half ass results to life
  9. but i agree with you on it being considered a condition, i think the word disease is defined too broad. my argument(point of view) is that we throw disease out there too much, me going balled at the age of 25 would be considered a hairline disease. all of these definitions back up anything genetically malfunctioned from the smallest to largest notable things
  10. please..inform me mental disease..eh, maybe but physical..no and if you want to argue the fact that it's a mental illness, then it goes without saying that you can argue that anything that upsets you is a mental illness It is actually considered a disease of the skin--just like eczema, psoriasis, etc. I however consider it to be more of a skin condition than a disease. But by definition, yes, it is considered to be a skin (physical) disease. just looked up..you're right, it i
  11. please..inform me mental disease..eh, maybe but physical..no and if you want to argue the fact that it's a mental illness, then it goes without saying that you can argue that anything that upsets you is a mental illness
  12. I'm not arguing with this. I was saying that I think it's a "stretch" to love one's diseased skin. You don't need clear skin to be happy with yourself. I, for one, would need clear skin to be happy with my skin, though. Capisce? isn't it capiche? and please, acne isn't a disease lol
  13. how is that a stretch? to love who you are no matter what hand you were dealt with? You would argue, then, that your skin is essential to what you love about who you are? I think that's a stretch, too. what im saying is why do you have to have clear skin to be happy within yourself? why can't you be happy with the fact that you were dealt bad skin instead of a genetic disorder? people fail to realize the small effects acne has over other things. that being said, it's easier said
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