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  1. AHA+ cured my bacne

    This stuff really works - here's my experience with it. I had persistent back acne that started up at about age 14, eventually becoming more severe, with cysts on my shoulders and light acne on my lower back and chest. I tried various body washes and scrubs that didn't have much of an effect, and briefly tried the Acne.org AHA+/BP routine, but had to stop using it because the BP was bleaching my clothes. Finally about six months ago, still dealing with active acne and residual scarring al
  2. Hmm, I'm not sure if I noticed an improvement from reintroducing meat because I've been doing so many things to help my skin and it's improving, but it could be from other factors. I mostly eat ham and chicken, sometimes turkey, and it helps me reduce the amount of grains I eat. I used to eat more grains when I was vegetarian because I was hungry, but now I try to fill up on ham, vegetables, and sometimes fish. I haven't tried beef yet. Do you cook it yourself? I don't generally cook my own
  3. Hi, Hopeforthebest, I do eat all types of grains, but they make up a much smaller percent of my diet now. I won't eat bread by itself generally, but for convenience I eat things made with some grain. I'm more careful about wheat than I am with gluten free or low gluten grains like oats and quinoa.
  4. Thanks everyone! WishClean, I've eaten most kinds of meat since becoming an omnivore again, fish, chicken, turkey, pork, beef, etc. I stay away from weird stuff like bologna and hot dogs, haha, but I eat most anything else. I did initially have some digestive problems, but they cleared up pretty quickly. It may depend on the meat you're eating... for me beef was an adjustment even after working back into chicken. From a lot of what I've read on the acne boards, people are often identifyin
  5. Hey everyone! I have been lurking on the Acne.org boards for some time now, but this is my first time to post. After living with persistent back acne for about six years, I’ve finally found a way to stay clear! I know everyone’s acne has different causes, and what works for me may not work for you, but I wanted to share my story just in case it could help someone out there. Thanks for reading and please share your thoughts! Some background/stats: I’m female, 20 years old. My acne be
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