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daanzell

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About daanzell

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  1. In general my face looks heaps better as soon as I wake up.. I dunno really, i think maybe its got to do with the fact that we haven't perspired and been involved in any activity... so theres less blood flow to our face making the redness less apparent. Maybe also its due to the fact that our body repairs overnight, but once we go outside and everything, we are exposed to pollutants, sunlight etc. which may make our skin look worse. I stress "may".
  2. Well it was the answer, for me, anyway. Some of you might remember me from a while back in the `ORG , but I haven't been here in many months, simply because I have taken my acne under control. I stopped using acne products about 10 months ago, and will never touch one AGAIN. My acne situation has now pretty much cleared up.. and I had moderate acne. I only get the odd pimple/breakout now and then, like any ordinary teen... nothing like before. I only wash my face with warm water. No creams, no l
  3. I stopped using acne products about 10 months ago, and will never touch one AGAIN. My acne situation has now pretty much cleared up.. and i had moderate acne. I only get the odd pimple/breakout now and then, like any ordinary teen... nothing like before. I only wash my face with warm water. I have been lazy lately and not exfoliating. The only thing I have to work on is some red marks, which is not too big of an issue. I really do advise for you guys to try this regime and stop with your acne p
  4. 1. What is your current age/grade? 16, almost 17 - Year 12 2. What kind of student are you? Pretty good 3. What is your fav. class? Maybe Biology or Chem 4. Which subject do you hate? English 5. Which is your best subject? Probly Biology, Maths. 6. What after school activities are you involved in? Tennis 7. What is your biggest accomplishment so far? I was the only primary school student in the state awarded the student excellence award back in 2000. 8. What classes are you currently enrolled
  5. I have a big breakfast.... two toasted ham&cheese sandwiches and a big glass of OJ.
  6. I avoid milk altogether... it breaks me out. Since I've taken milk out of my diet, my acne has improved dramatically... now basically I have to get rid of my red marks.. I have minimal breakouts.
  7. Bump! I hope many more people are discovering this.... it helped me so much! After several months of NO acne products... my skin has recovered.. my acne is under control.. i get only little breakouts now and then, nothing major. Seriously, try it!
  8. Ah I have the biggest sweet tooth! Always reaching for those chocolates or cake or any other sweet delectables. I find they have little effect upon my acne now... not like they used to.
  9. I've got the same issue to deal with... I'll probably get a mini green peel done which will deeply exfoliate.. which will encourage healthy tissue regrowth etc.
  10. Hmm, i guess it really depends on the person. See I have some junkfood now and then.. but I don't really breakout from it. The main food that breaks me out is milk.. in its pure form.. not in the form of ice cream or anything... just in its normal form. Other than that.. food doesn't really affect my skin... after several months of observation.. I came to a conclusion that chemicals killed my skin and gave me acne... once I got off the chemicals... after some time, my acne went away (well most
  11. I've stopped using BP for months.. and I've never looked back. My skin is now looking better than when I was using BP. Chemicals kill your skin!
  12. I would recommend either baby brush or microdermabrasion cloth. And dont use any chemicals.. just warm water to promote circulation and sloughing of dead skin cells.
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