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About ClearingWell

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  1. Dan! How've you been?

  2. Sugars will be converted into glucose more quickly, raising your blood sugar levels higher and releasing more insulin than more complex carbs. How that relates to acne, I don't know.
  3. There are a couple people here I'd meet, and a few others from elsewhere. The chances of it ever happening are fairly slim though.
  4. I'm pretty bad at noticing excessive makeup. As long as you don't look like a doll (way too much blush), I'll probably be oblivious to the fact that you're wearing anything other than lipstick or eyeshadow.
  5. I know I'm quite unattractive, but I usually don't feel unattractive. My self-perception is completely unreliable, but I think I'm better off that way.
  6. The advice here looks pretty good. Post-workout nutrition is important as well. Here's an article to fill you in on that.
  7. If I still find her attractive, which would depend on the severity of the case, then sure I would. Chances are it won't have a huge impact, especially if it's just scars or red marks. But if I don't find her attractive in the first place, then it's not going to work.
  8. It sounds like half of your paragraph was explaining his possible selfish motivations. I don't see how anything you said conludes to me being wrong. I'll assume that I'm missing something or I'm too stupid to understand though, care to be a bit more straightforward with your points?
  9. Very severe. I've had acne for about 5 years (I'm 15), and it has been relatively mild until a few months ago, when it got significantly worse for some unknown reason and has mostly stayed that way. B5 has been clearing me up a bit, but you'd never be able to tell with the marks and scars.