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About RemyM

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  1. Great info, thanks! From "step 3", you say everyone has a reaction to gluten. Can you post the studies from the specialist on this one? Would like to do more research on whether or not i should cutout gluten, or just consume it in moderation. I'm of mind that either too little or too much of anything can affect you.
  2. Well, it's been over a month now and I'm still happy with the results. No breakouts since I started. Had a few small blemish as reported earlier, but they disappeared within 2-3 days. Skin feels much healther (smooth and soft... and not dried out). Surprisingly, the bottle I ordered still has cream left in it. Goes a long way as it spreads well and doesn't take much to cover the affected area. I'll continue to use Zyderma on a maintenance basis, but I'm going to try minimizing use to only on
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    Zyderma: Follow Up

    Well, its been almost 3 weeks since I started. Results are holding. Only had a couple small blemishes that we're mainly the result of ingrown hairs. Nice thing is they disappeared after a day and never got infected like before. By October 18, I'll have used zyderma for a month. If a full month goes by without any breakouts, I'll then know it works both short & long-term. And if that's the case, I'll be sticking with it. Fingers crossed.
  4. At first, I thought the idea of drinking apple cidar vinegar to be far fetched. However, looking at it from the stand point of insulin insensitivity, there does seem to be a corelation between higher glucose levels and propensity for acne. Even though it may be a controversial topic, there does seem to be some clinical data supporting the theory that vinegar can help stabilize blood sugar (in regards to diabetes). For example, http://open.umich.edu/sites/default/files/pharm476-w11-studentposter-
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    Zyderma: Day 4

    Here's the results of 4 days of using Zyderma. Skin continues to improve and feels healthy. Acne is almost gone. Will keep using the cream until the sample is finished. I'll keep you posted on any further breakouts until then. Fingers crossed.
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    Zyderma Clarifying Cream

    Zyderma HS - acne cream that uses Microsilver BG. Safe, natural and no side effects. Note, this is not colloidal silver. It is not toxic and does not penetrate the skin.
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    Zyderma: Day 3

    Okay, despite skepticism I'm actually seeing some real results here. Acne has definitely reduced and skin is no longer irritated (even after shaving). As well, skin isn't drying out or stinging after applying the cream. The Zyderma cream seems to keep working even after a long day of intense physical activity and sweating. This in particular intrigued me, as I'm used to other products wearing off after the first couple of hours and skin becoming more irritated. From what I found this is from
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    Zyderma: Day 2

    Hi guys, acne is a little less inflamed today; otherwise, still looks pretty much the same as it did yesterday. One major difference is that its no where near as sore. Realized I went through the majority of the day without any irritation which was a nice surprise. Also, the soothing effect was noticeable within the first couple of minutes after putting it on last night.
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    Zyderma: Day 1

    Ok, so here's my current state (pics below) showing a painful breakout on my neck. Three of the pimples are significantly infected and painful to the touch. Drives me nuts when my whiskers rub or poke them. First thing I did was simply wash my face in preparation for the cream. As recommended, I then applied a liberal amount of the cream to my neck area. I plan on doing so again before going to bed. Note, I'm not using any other products, medications or drugs during this trial. I'll upd
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    Zyderma Arrived

    Well, the Zyderma cream was the first to arrive, so I guess I'll be trying it first. Before I give it a go, I'll be sure to take pics of my most recent breakout on my neck. Stay tuned
  11. Have to say, after just a week of perusing other posts and getting feedback from other members that I definitely feel like I'm in good company. The interaction between acne sufferers is not only supportive but incredibly informative & useful. Don't think I could've done as well researching the various options alone. Thanks acne.org With everybody's help, I've narrowed down a couple options that I'll try next... for acne scars, professional CO2 fractionated laser & home micro needlin
  12. Let me know if the OTC blue light device works. I know the higher powered version (i.e. the blu-u) is a medical standard for treating acne... just not sure about the cost; otherwise, maybe a professional treatment is the kick start your skin needs? Also, thanks everybody for the info on oils A couple of other things I've been researching... dermarolling and the effects of stress on acne sufferers. Dermarolling seems to be very effective (and not too costly), but I'm concernred about in
  13. Ruling everything else out, I'm wondering if its primarily a bacterial issue. I haven't tried it yet, but just got word from some friends with similar stories who started using a new product called zyderma hs. Will be following them closely to see how it goes. If good, I'll try it too and post results.
  14. Curious, what would you use to avoid the risk of infection during the healing process? Do professionals recommend anything?
  15. Think I'm permanently scared away from harsh drugs. I'm assuming you've tried everything else?