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UareFlawless321

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  1. UareFlawless321

    An Insanely Horrid Diet Cured My Oily Skin

    Yep, that's exactly what I'm trying to do, although meats aren't too much of a problem if they're with little fat. Too much dairy, however, and my skin takes a beating. I'm glad that you've received such great results with this particular McDougall diet. I just need to find a balance with oils in particular, because you can't cook without them! How long did it take for you to start seeing these results? Two weeks. But, even though my skin became less oily, it started flaking about a week l
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    Wonderful!!

    Wonderful!!

    I use epsom salts as a face mask 4 times a week, 2 of those times I mix it with equal parts baking soda and a few drops of water. I have got to say, it's great! The first think that struck me as odd was that despite its grainy consistency, it melts right up and is non irritating. I'm pretty sure I could use it as a cleanser and it would work great, because it leaves my skin feeling soft, clean and oil free. It's also not too bad at cleaning out my pores. Give it a try.
  3. UareFlawless321

    An Insanely Horrid Diet Cured My Oily Skin

    The McDougall Program for Maximum Weight Loss. I wasn't using it to lose weight. I was using it to get clear skin. Why? This video right here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Qdwn2itsgg. Two beautiful twin girls with clear skin going on about how diet cleared them of their acne. It's a plant-based diet, but with a catch: You can't eat any fat. Not even natural fat. That meant no avocados, no nuts, no oils, nothing. You can't even cook with oils. Most of the stuff is raw. Oh my god, I don't know
  4. Hi there! This is the first blog that I'm adding to give some useful tips for acne. I'm sorry it took so long to add a blog. So first off, here's my current routine: I wash my face with water in the morning. I exfoliate in the morning with a toothbrush dipped in some epsom salt and baking soda, but I only do this twice a week after I wash my face with water. I then apply Cerave moisturizing cream to my face. At night, I wash my face, usually with the Dove sensitive skin beauty bar, or sometim
  5. UareFlawless321

    Yes yes yes!!

    Yes yes yes!!

    This is great! I paid 2.50 for this and I can safely say it is one of the cheapest and most effective acne treatments I have bought. I apply this all over my face and chest after showering, and it has done wonders for all of my pimples! I'm guessing it's the zinc oxide, but this truly is great. It started to show results pretty quickly, and I recommend using it pretty consistently (every day if possible) for best results. I am able to spread it all around my face with a Q-tip, but that's because
  6. UareFlawless321

    Vegan Diet For Quite A While, Still Not Clear

    Yeah, I might just do a test to see what foods I'm sensitive to, and grains could be one of them. I was also eating lots of beans while vegan, so I'm not too sure why I was feeling the way I did. I think it's because I'm still growing. I'm really happy you've achieved good results through diet! Keep it up!
  7. UareFlawless321

    Vegan Diet For Quite A While, Still Not Clear

    Gee, I wish that I could, but when I tried cutting out grains I got really really hungry. I can't cut out too many foods that are filling for me. Sugar is good though. I only eat it on weekends. Why are legumes bad? I don't think legumes are a problem for everyone. Worry about sugar and grains first. For me, it seems to only be gluten containing grains that worsen my acne. Brown rice and oats are okay. I found this out through trial and error. One tip I have found for staying full - wit
  8. UareFlawless321

    Vegan Diet For Quite A While, Still Not Clear

    I have gone back to an omnivorous diet since this post, and have further limited my sugar intake. Thanks for the info, I've hear of GI and am currently trying to incorporate more low GI foods into my diet, although a completely low GI diet seems difficult. Every single food item has a different GI, so monitoring GI levels seems daunting. I was totally overwhelmed at first! But before long, it was second nature. A good rule of thumb - carbs generally raise blood sugar. Always eat them with
  9. UareFlawless321

    Vegan Diet For Quite A While, Still Not Clear

    I have gone back to an omnivorous diet since this post, and have further limited my sugar intake. Thanks for the info, I've hear of GI and am currently trying to incorporate more low GI foods into my diet, although a completely low GI diet seems difficult. Every single food item has a different GI, so monitoring GI levels seems daunting.
  10. UareFlawless321

    Does Anyone Know What A Whitehead Is?

    Oh wow! This is amazingly helpful, thank you! I've always thought that it was a pimple. Thank you!
  11. Hi Everyone! I have pretty mild acne, a few spots here and there, a sprinkling of scarring from when it used to be really bad, basically my skin is just about to be perfect but not. This pimple plague had to happen. Anyway, I wanted to ask if anyone could tell me exactly what a whitehead is? I think it's white blood cells, right? Are whiteheads a good sign that your body is fighting off the pimple? So many questions! Pretty much all the pimples I have turn into whiteheads at some point or
  12. UareFlawless321

    Vegan Diet For Quite A While, Still Not Clear

    Thanks so much! Since posting this I've stopped eating vegan, and I feel much better. I know that dairy isn't a problem for me, because even when cutting it out I received pimples. I tried going gluten free, but gave up quickly because of hunger issues. I'm almost certain that I'm not sensitive to gluten either, because I don't really get any of the symptoms of food sensitivities when I eat it. I have, however, stopped eating milk chocolate and cut my sugar to no less than 25 g a day, and that's
  13. UareFlawless321

    Diet Stopped, Bone Broth Begun! Good Choice?

    Thanks for the reply! I'm trying to be as healthy as I can, so I'll just see how it goes. I might try going gluten free for a bit although I'm not experiencing any symptoms of food sensitivity when I eat it. It is a little sketchy though, because gluten and grains were what I kept in my diet while eating plant-based.
  14. Hello there! I went on a plant based diet about 3 months ago mainly for acne reasons but wasn't seeing results after the 3 months, not to mention feeling extremely fatigued morning and night, and having to eat insane amounts of food to not get a stabbing pain in my stomach from hunger. That was especially bad, because it just would not go away no matter how much I ate. Anyhow, after not getting the benefits I wanted from the diet, but rather the opposite, I left. Now I'm back
  15. UareFlawless321

    Gentle, and non irritating for acne prone skin

    Gentle, and non irritating for acne prone skin

    My dermatologist recommended this bar for my face, as well as a 10 percent benzoyl peroxide wash. I use this once a day at night every two days, with my benzoyl wash in between days, and it is wonderfully creamy, gentle, scentless and non drying! Maybe not that effective on its own for acne, but very good for sensitive skin or to be used with another cleanser. LOVE :D
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