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Omnivium last won the day on January 28 2012

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  1. Are you sure it's about body fat percentage, and not calorie intake? Calorie restriction lowers testosterone and increases SHBG: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3569090/ "The data from the present study show that long-term CR with adequate nutrition is associated with lower circulating sex hormones in healthy lean men. Serum concentrations of total and free testosterone were significantly lower in CR participants than in body fat-matched endurance runners and non-obese sed
  2. Yeah I'm on 10 mg every other day and it's working great for my oil and acne. I just wish I wasn't dependent on it. I plan on doing this for years because it's a pretty low amount and it's the only thing that works.
  3. Keep in mind that accutane is much more effective at much safer doses. With accutane you can take a little and it works a lot. With vitamin a you have to take a lot for it to work a little.
  4. It would help if you said what you're using now that's working for you. Personally I wouldn't even live there, it sounds like you won't get any privacy. But don't be embarrassed of what products you use. Just do what you do and if they ask about it then explain to them why you have to use it and they'll understand.
  5. Teenage acne ends immediately the second you turn 20. But for an actual answer, it could be any time from 20's-60's. It depends on the severity and what is causing it. For most people who don't have very bad acne, it should clear up in their 20's.
  6. If you're talking about over the counter products, all you can really get are washes, blotting paper and mattifying gel etc. Stuff that temporarily removes or covers up the oil. If you want to actually prevent it you'll have to use something internal such as birth control or spironolactone.
  7. Thanks Jessica. I only got around to doing the peel about 6 times in the last few months. The scars are still there, but I think they are better. This stuff definitely doesn't remove them overnight, but idk what else to try. Don't worry, I'll be fine. I know what I'm doing. But like I said, if anyone out there is reading this, please don't start out with a few hours for your first time. Start with a few minutes. I think the peel I bought is way weaker than it claims to be, which is why I hav
  8. Well here'es the extent of my research haha. http://eatlocalgrown.com/article/11944-banned-foods.html It's a list of 10 american ingredients that are banned in other countries. 1. Recombinant bovine growth hormone that is given to cows 2. Genetically modified food 3. A drug called ractopamine that makes meat more muscular and less fatty 4. Drinks with brominated vegetable oil such as Mountain Dew 5. Artificial food coloring 6. Organic arsenic added to meat 7. Bread with potassium brom
  9. Since my skin is also very oily, the oil and acne came back a few weeks after a normal course of accutane. So I have to take a 5mg a day to keep me clear and to keep the oil at bay. I can do this for years since it will take years to add up to one normal cumulative course of accutane which people already take anyway. It is very easy and works very well. What do you think of trying something like that? Have you tried vitamin a? For me the difference between vitamin a and accutane is night and da
  10. You should be hopeful too. You WILL be clear one day, but it's up to you to figure out how and when. How long were you clear after taking accutane? What's your acne like? Do you have oily skin? Have you tried probiotics?
  11. I remember hearing something about certain ingredients being banned in european countries because they are unhealthy. Someone can look into that if they want but I'm too lazy lol.
  12. I've heard this plenty of times over the years. People saying they get clear on vacation and then break out again when they get home. I don't know why that happens but I'm in for answers. Do you get clear when you travel to other places within the us?
  13. Yes a derm would give you accutane for that. I would consider trying a few key things first like probiotics, cutting out dairy etc. but if you get on accutane it should clear that right up.
  14. When I had bad acne it was basically all I thought about. But I wasn't depressed because I knew one day I would figure out how to get clear. Then I finally did, and acne became just an afterthought. It's not even relevant anymore. Today I woke up and rolled out of bed without showering or washing my face and painted a house for a few hours. Then I went out to get some ice cream with my friends and didn't even consider acne. Also I've been talking to girls a million times more than when I had acn
  15. It's been awhile since I updated, not that anyone is reading this anyway lol. I finally got around to trying the chemical peel again. This time I was planning on leaving it on for 24 hours, but it started to sting and I couldn't sleep so I rinsed it off after about 15 hours. Let me tell you, there is a huge difference between leaving a chemical peel on for 30 minutes and 15 hours. I wasn't badly burned or anything, but it actually did a lot this time. My skin got all red and blotchy, and it peel