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  1. I personally have never read about a correlation between antibiotics and hairloss. Usually people speak of hair loss problems while on accutane. However, maybe somewhere here can enlighten us on the subject. Its also possible that you are just at the age where you will experience some hair loss. It's not that uncommon in people in their 20s.
  2. well, i have a red mark that has been around for quite a few years. The doctor has decided to use the vbeam laser on it what laser are you planning on using?
  3. well, im glad that this worked for you... but.. a month sure seems like a long time, mine usually fade alot quicker than that simply on their own. how does this compare to using the vinegar method?
  4. Maybe you should talk to your doctor about the VBeam laser, it supposedly can fix things like that
  5. Same thing happened to me one time with the vinegar. Does it look kinda spotty like a rash or something? In my case, i just put some moisturizer on it and it was mostly gone by the next day, and completely gone in 2 days
  6. yes, it definately helps your skin. You said you never saw signifigant improvement, but how often were you going? Going swimming once a week in the ocean isn't gonna make a big difference. You're gonna need to do it every day or at the very least every other day to get the clear skin you're looking for.
  7. Chlorine helps acne alot. The more you swim the less acne problems you will have. In my experience, the sun is also great for acne as long as you don't get burnt.
  8. i do, but my skin naturally has pink undertones. I do believe that the medicines that i use to fight acne, such as BP make it more sensitive to turning red. But then again, you gotta do what you gotta do to kill acne. A little redness never hurt
  9. Swimming is really good for killing acne. In fact, it pretty much cured mine. I'd say that you should wash your face after swimming in the pool(Just make sure the soap at the gym is decent, or just bring your own), but you don't need to do the regimen again till your normal time of doing it in the evening. Just make sure that you do your morning routine early enough so that the BP has a few hours on your skin before you go swimming. If your really determined to kill your acne for good, add swi
  10. Hi. I was wondering if anyone here has ever attempted to have a birthmark removed. In my case, a darkly pigmented one. If so, I am wondering what the procedure was like and how long it took. From what I have read, it seems that the way to go these days for birthmark removal is to use lasers. However, it seems like there are so many lasers out there these days and I don't know which one I should be looking for. If anyone could offer me some advice, I would greatly appreaciate it. Thanks
  11. Hi. I was wondering if anyone here has succesfully managed to use sunless tanners while on the regimen. Currently, I am completely clear of the acne, because of the regimen. However, my face still has a lot of redness, some acne related and some just natural i guess. Anyway, if i wasn't on the regimen, i would probably use some light tanner to cover some of the redness. However, since i am on the regimen, i was wondering what the reaction between the sunless tanner and the BP will be. Will the B
  12. In my experience the sun helps my acne. My advice to you is, after you get through playing tennis, go for a swim in the pool for about 20-30 minutes. Doing this has really improved my skin, and i know you'll easily be able to find a pool in Florida.
  13. well, i don't get cysts, but whenever i have individual pimples i usually put on like a pea sized amount of 10% clearasil ultra on each one at night . Usually this greatly decreases their size by morning.
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