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About emmylouwho

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  1. I'm going to do this! I don't have huge issue with picking, but have been trying to stop all together. Thank you for the great idea!
  2. Good luck! My breakouts get worse around my period as well, so I can relate. It really sucks! I hope you find something that works for you! As PaulH85 said, it is a trial and error thing, but eventually you will find something. This website is definatly the place to come for help and support! We're all here for you Good Luck!
  3. It took about a week to start seeing results, but after a month they were totally gone. I put AHA there all the time now for "maintenance". I really hope the AHA works as well for you as it does for me!
  4. I never use primer for the same reason. Our school hosts a grad Christmas banquet, and I wanted my makeup to last through the night. I used a primer (borrowed from my makeup addicted sister ) and found that I broke out in little red bumps after using it. I also didn't notice a huge difference in how long my makeup lasted. I think that if your makeup looks good without primer, you should try and go without it, especially if it causes breakouts.
  5. Are they on the part of your cheeks that is close to your nose (Like where a pair of big sunglasses covers?) That's where I get those. I find that AHA works pretty well on them. I use a moisturizer with AHA all over my face and them dot a little bit extra over those spots. This works well for me. Good luck!
  6. I really hate natrual light when I break out. I'll do my concealer in my room with my window open and think I look pretty good. Them I step outside and catch my reflection in the car window and BAM! Also a question: Are car mirrors created to bring out every flaw in your skin, or is that just me?
  7. Hello, I'm hoping that someone can help me out with my hormonal acne attacks. I have very mild acne, but around that time of the month, I get a few larger, painful red bumps, usually around my chin and recently my jaw line. I'm almost certain this is hormonal. Does anyone have anything I can do to help with this? I'm not really willing to try hormonal birth control, because I don't want to mess with my body. Thank you!
  8. emmylouwho

    Evened skin Seems to clear up pimples Easy A little bit messy I really like using this as a mask. Make sure you get plain calamine lotion, and not caladryl. The caladryl has a long list of ingredients (and it burned when I put it on) while my new bottle (Life Brand from Shoppers Drug Mart) only has three ingredients. If the calamine is too runny, try leaving it upside down while you're storing it. Also, after having it for a little while, there will be a thicker part around the ins
  9. I totally do. I have pretty good skin, but break out along my chin and jawline. I only use acne treatment products there. I don't think it's really a good idea to use acne products on places where you don't break out (also, it wastes money and product). I agree with trying AHA oh your forehead!
  10. This sounds awesome! I'm excited to go out and buy supplies. I have very mild acne, so hopefully this will work! I was just wondering what brand of probiotics you use.