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LadyVintage95

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About LadyVintage95

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    I love photography, and capturing the beauty of ordinary things in life :)

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  1. LadyVintage95

    Perfect for sensitive skin, even rosacea It contains SPF Doesn't block pores Gives medium coverage, yet it doesn't look cakey but instead very very natural! It's not cheap, yet again it's not THAT expensive If you're not used to using it, the powder may cause a slight mess, but not anything a tissue can't clean up in a second. I've been using Nude By Nature for about a year. I use their concealer, liquid foundation, their mineral cover powder, and blus
  2. I use organic honey 1-2 times a week. I start by splashing some warm water onto my face to open the pores. Then I pat my face dry,and apply the honey. (But careful not to put to much on your face since then it will just drip all over the place, lol) I leave in on for about 30 minutes, then i rinse it off with warm water, wash my face, splash some cold water onto my face (to close pores again) and then pat dry, and apply moisterizur. It doesn't work over night, but after the first 2 weeks of use
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    Helps for scarring Good for acne, and dry skin Overall keeps skin healthier Even though it's oil, it does NOT clog pores whatsoever! Non Rosehip Oil is used for a variety of skin conditions, including dermatitis, acne and eczema, for mature and sun burnt skin as well as brittle nails and wrinkles. Rose hip oil is also frequently used to heal scarring. Rosehip Seed Oil also contains Vitamin A, which helps to delay the effects of skin aging, assists with cell regeneratio
  4. I've sometimes gotten acne scars, and i have a very sensitive skin. So I use a honey mask at least once a week (which has really helped!!) and also every night after washing my face i use Rosehip Oil. It's very good for scars, stretch marks etc. Even though it's oil, it doesn't clog your pores Hope this helps!
  5. Well firstly, Hi! I just joined Acne.org a little while ago, and I've been loving it! I have a very sensitive skin (eczema) and it's been great to finally find a bunch of gentle and natural ways to treat my acne and on top of that it's helped me to realize that there's still a lot of options out there and I shouldn't give up yet in my battle of fighting pimples! So earlier today, I bought some zinc today due to the reviews I read HERE and I've gotta tell you, I'm sooo super dooper excited! I
  6. LadyVintage95

    Works great on sensitive skin as an exfoliator. Cheap Natural Non as long as you're gentle I also exfoliate with oats every 3 days. It's much gentler than a chemical exfoliater and is the first exfoliater to actually help my skin, instead of harm it more. It's important to exfoliate quiute often since it stops your pores from clogging... I take a small hand full, and put it in a ziplock bag. I take a rolling pin and roll over it a few times to crush up the oats a bit. I then put it int
  7. I have very sensitive skin so i can't do 'spot' treatments. So what i do is put a dot of honey onto inflamed pimples, as well as and scabs as often as I need to (which can be even twice a day for half an hour before washing my face). Honey for thousands of years has been used to help heal wounds, and also it's antibacterial. When i put honey on my pimples they are almost half that size within the next day or two. hope this helps!
  8. Hey! I've had acne since the 7th grade, and I'm almost 17 now. I have a very sensitive skin, so I try to use as many natural products as I can to treat it. A honey mask helps me a lot, I do it once a week. On the other six days of the week I tend to 'spot treat' with small dots of honey on inflamed pimples for about half and hour before washing my face in the monring and at night. It's helped quite a lot!.. seeing as honey is an antibacterial. It's been used for thousands of years to treat wo
  9. Just bought some zinc tablets!!!!!!.. crossing my fingers and toes it works :) heard a lot of good things about it on this site!

    1. LadyVintage95

      Helps for acne inflammation Disinfectant Cheap Natural Great cleanser for people with very sensitive skin. Non really, except it can dry out your skin a bit, so put on a good oil-free moisturiser afterwards. I live in a small coastal town, with 5 beaches in it, so obviously i go swimming in the sea often. Last year during summer (our Australian summer) i realized my skin was looking quite better. Then when we started heading into winter it got a bit worse again. The onl
    2. LadyVintage95

      It helped the overall appearance of my skin. Helped with those certain 'monthly' breakouts. None I started taking Vitamin D over a year ago because i had a deficiency. It wasn't a miracle cure or anything, but it definitely helped the overall look of my skin. I also stopped getting a huge (almost cyst type) pimple every month. It's worth taking it, but you'll get the best results from it if you combine it with other things like Vitamin E, Zinc, and just taking good and careful c
    3. LadyVintage95

      Took away acne on my forehead. Helped with my dry skin. Small capsules, easy to swallow Non that I can think of. :) I've been taking 250mg of Vit. E everyday for a few months now, and I've realised that ALL the acne on my forehead has basically disappeared! I still have some light acne on my cheeks, but i am very happy with the results! I also have eczema, and it's helped my skin feel less dry.
    4. LadyVintage95

      It makes my pimples go away a LOT faster. Helped to reduce the redness and inflammation as well. It's sticky, and can make a bit of a mess if you're not careful. Also you probably shouldn't use it if you're allergic to honey. A few months ago I heard someone mention how good honey had been to there skin. So i decided to do some research. It is well known that honey has strong antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, and actually it has been used as a treatment for wounds and other sk
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