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Charlesworth

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  1. I haven't gained anything good from acne, I'm afraid. My personality hasn't changed at all, other than being more somewhat more irritable, and occasionally less outgoing.
  2. Not one person in my entire family has acne except me. I keep my face and body clean, eat properly, and get enough sleep. I wear sunscreen, and go outside often for fresh air. And yet my entire face is basically torn to pieces by pimples. The spots that are clear look...messed up, and really damaged. And it's not just my face; I've got it on my chest too. And it hurts like hell. The most annoying thing is when my grandmother, who had perfect skin when she was my age, looks over at my face an
  3. Three times a day? I go at it maybe once or twice a week. Any more than that and it gets boring.
  4. Not so! Although I personally have no interest whatsoever in drinking urine nor eating meat, I haven't got a problem with anyone who does. Just don't share a sandwhich with me until you brush your teeth; that's all I ask.
  5. Personally, I've been a vegetarian all my life, and vegan for a very long time now. However, I certainly don't believe that "God is punishing us" with acne because some of us eat meat. That's ridiculous. A vegetarian or vegan diet can be very healthy, and with the lowered amount of fat and cholesterol in such a diet, it may help some people with other health problems. For instance from the ages of 9 to 11, I was significantly overweight; upon giving up milk and eggs in favour of more fresh veget
  6. I got that one before, from some moron with a skull shaped like a horse.
  7. I used to have those when I was a kid, but they went away by themselves last year. I asked a doctor about 'em, but she said they were really nothing to worry about.
  8. My skin used to get really discoloured while I was on BP, although it's prone to doing that on it's own. It usually turns this weird sickly olive shade when that happens. @_@
  9. I went with keeping acne. Don't get me wrong, I hate having acne a lot, and I feel it makes me look pretty stupid, but I would feel naked if I had no hair. =P
  10. Yeah, I'll definitely be getting an appointment with a new dermatologist within the near future. I live in a really backwards town up in the hills of Tennessee, and the medical facilities here are by far the worst I've ever seen in the whole country. I could tell you the story of when I was sick and the a doctor said I was fine and I just had a cold. I sought a second opinion, and it turned out I had pneumonia. Or the time I went to the dentist to get a cavity filled, and ended up getting three
  11. I went to the dermatologist today. Sat in the waiting room for an hour, and finally was called to his office. He walked in; he smelled like he hadn't bathed in a year. Seriously, the guy smelled like #$@%. And that doesn't even begin to take his breath into account, but I digress. He told me my acne was caused by my long hair, that I had oily skin, and prescribed me 10% benzoyl peroxide. In fact, I have dry skin; I don't know what the hell he was thinking. My skin feels so dry I can hardly smile
  12. I'm Northeast Indian and British, and the only person in my entire family with acne. That's one out of around 300 people. Boy am I lucky.
  13. I'd reccommend against using a loofah, since they can be overly irritating. If you do decide to use one, be careful not to scrub too hard or they'll leave scars.
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