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Amy Johnson

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  1. I've maintained the same diet for a while now and this has only been happening relatively recently. I've figured out that when I eliminate foods from my diet, my acne gets MUCH worse. This is sooo complicated!
  2. I'm a 19 year old female and I suffer from acne predominantly on my right cheek. I'll get occasional white heads on my chin or forehead, but the "severe" acne ONLY occurs on the right side of my face. Whiteheads even seem to be concentrated on my right temple. I've tried EVERYTHING to get rid of this. I don't sleeo on that side, don't hold the phone on that side, and never touch my face. Anyone have ANY idea why this could be happening? I'm suffering from MAJOR scarring on my right chee
  3. Is Estee Lauder double wear light a good choice for acne-prone skin? I have read many good things about it, but I am hesistant to try it since my acne is pretty severe and don't want to worsen it. Does anyone know if it contains BISMUTH OXYCHLORIDE?? I have heard that is a pretty harsh acne irritant, so I want to avoid it at all costs. If anyone knows of a better foundation, then please feel free to suggest it. Thanks.
  4. what would be the best foundation for oily, acne-prone skin? I tried Clinique's oil-free tinted moisturizer and I am under the impression that it causes me to break out because EVERYTIME I wear it, I'll get a new breakout. I've heard that Estee Lauder foundations are supposedly great for acne-prone skin. Does anyone have any experience with them? I just want something that will cover up the many imperfections that I have without creating new ones.