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Tara Nicole

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About Tara Nicole

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  • Birthday 07/10/1975

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    Dance, Indie films, politics
  1. Great responses, thanks ! I think I am going to try the H202 cream. I wouldn't mind some bleaching effects on the red spots that are left on my very fair skin even weeks after a blemish heals. Has anyone tried the Hope in a Bottle ? It is supposed to be a different formula (made especially for those of us who experience regular breakouts) than the Hope in a Jar cream that I have heard so many people rave about for the past few years.
  2. I am interested in trying some products from Philosophy and am interested to read other peoples comments on their products. Thanks
  3. I have a problem with picking. I see a blackhead or clogged pore and I just HAVE to get it out. Often this leads to creating a raw , red spot that looks 100x worse than the little thing I was trying to get at in the first place. The damage happens so fast that I don't even realize I have done it because I am very pale and sensitive and so even the most minor pressure makes me red. For example so I can just lightly scratch an itch and I will have a red mark for 20 minutes. What happens with me is
  4. My acne began to return after two years. I am 5 years post treatment and my acne is still much better than prior treatment.
  5. About 5 years ago I was buying my accutane from europharmacy.com - I was completely 100% clear for nearly two years. It was AMAZING. I remember looking in the mirror the first day of being clear and thinking "wow, that's the real me !" It felt like I had not seen my true face since I was 12 years old. My 3rd year, I had very minor breakouts around the time of my periods. During the past two years I have had some breakout that I would call medium level. These usually happen during times of s
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