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About WantThisAcneGone

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  1. I've always heard that dairy could be an acne culprit! Over the years I have had acne on my face, upper back/shoulders and now sorta on my bum My face has significantly cleared and I only break out when I'm about to start my period. As for my back and bum though...it's still there! I love milk and cheese...BUT, now that I've read your story I'm willing to give it a shot. Thank you for sharing
  2. It's been a while...but I'm back!

  3. I have pale, somewhat oily skin as well and I just started using Revlon Photoready Foundation....i LOVE it It is a bit pricey but so worth it for me.
  4. Happy I finally found a regimen that is working quite well for me.

  5. I'm feeling very good about my acne today It's cleared up a lot. I do feel a big one on my jawline though >.<. But, I'm not going to worry about it
  6. It is true. You are not alone. It may seem like you are because trust me, wherever I go, I rarely ever see someone with acne. But no! You aren't alone. You did say you didn't know for sure what triggered your acne, so you can't be sure it's fast food. But then again, fast food is unhealthy anyway. If you start eating very healthy foods, you'll start to feel so much better about yourself, and you'll begin to feel healthy Trust me, I know. And I know the feeling about how everyone else has
  7. I know this is difficult but you MUST be confident in yourself Going out in public it a dreaded thing for us acne sufferers. We constantly worry what other people will say, think, etc. Well, from experience, I know now that isn't something that should be worried about. I've had acne since I was 11 years old. The truth is that you can't worry about people's opinions. Acne is more known about these days. Therefore, a lot of people wont make such a big deal about a person who happens to hav
  8. I'm so sorry you have to deal with your own mother and sister saying things like that about your acne. You'd think they would be mature enough and have enough common sense to understand that this is something you cannot help. The best thing to do is try your best to block out, ignore the things they say and find a product that works best for you. Just take it one step at a time. Don't stress yourself out.
  9. Honestly no, I have never skipped school just because my face was looking bad...which, it looked bad everyday. I guess I just became SO use to my face looking like crap, I kinda stopped caring. My acne doesn't prevent me from going out places but it does kinda prevent me from talking to people face to face =/ I need to work on that. But you shouldn't let acne prevent you from going out!!
  10. You are NOT a freak. I know it's difficult but you cannot let acne get the best of you; you just can't. You aren't the only person in the world with acne, so you aren't alone in this. I understand being embarrassed about having acne. I first started developing acne at 11 years old! I was the only person in my whole class who had acne. I felt like a 'freak' and so out of place. But now that I've gotten older, I realized I can't let acne control me, and my life. My acne is clearing up a lot
  11. My skin is already on it's way to being much clearer than what it was but now, 1. I wont be afraid to look people in the eye when speaking to them. 2. Go out more! 3. Confidence will/has sky rocketed!
  12. I'm a girl and I get acne on my back and shoulders sometimes. But it's very little, not mild or severe. Idk what causes it. :/ It comes and goes.
  13. This seems to be an on and off thing for me...the same goes for my shoulders and back, but I don't break out that much there and I use Noxema on it, which helps. However, for the past couple years, on and off, I keep getting pretty painful zits on my upper thigh, right next to my buttock. It's pretty embarrassing. I mean, I only get one zit once in a while but they leave marks that last FOREVER. And the odd thing is this happens only on my RIGHT thigh, not my left. I tried using Noxema on
  14. All I use to remove my makeup, while being able to be gentle about it is: I use petroleum jelly to remove my eye makeup. It works wonders! Cheap, too. And for my foundation I just use my Clean & Clear foaming facial cleanser. Even just washing my face gently, it completely removes my makeup.