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melmctighe

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  1. Very true, good advice too. Doesn't it suck that us acne suffers have to suffer even more? When our acne free friends treat their bodies terribly and look great?! Not fair I tell you... Very true, good advice too. Doesn't it suck that us acne sufferers have to suffer even more? When our acne free friends treat their bodies terribly and look great?! Not fair I tell you... I had to fix my typo, sorry. I also have been pretty successful at controlling my acne which this past year got
  2. WRONG on both counts. It's time to stop perpetuating those myths. Bryan I'm an Aesthetician and I can honestly say that that is NOT a myth, a dermatologist will tell you the same thing. As with all things, treat your body kindly, when your too aggressive you do more damage than good. It sounds as though you have sensitive skin as well. I use Cetaphil for normal to oily skin and I LOVE it and believe me I've tried EVERYTHING there is. There are some more expensive products that are
  3. I've heard sex is great for your skin and your health overall! One more reason to enjoy!!!!
  4. That's some information that most of us would rather not know about, it's a bit nauseating, but unfortunately true. I have read a lot of theories on parasites and skin disorders. Most of us have parasites inside and outside our bodies and don't know it. We probably would rather not know about it. But there are some ways to balance your body so that your body is not a welcoming environment and I have read some herbal remedies are good, especially for sensitive people. Any of us who suffer fr
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