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About DeadHorse

  • Birthday 11/10/1979

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  1. Hey all, haven't posted in a while, so I figured I'd update you on my status. Well, I continued using the Clearogen for about a month and a half. For me, it didn't really seem to slow down oil production, but that's never been a major problem for me. After about a month, I noticed that the clearogen wasn't helping as much as it did, I would start to get more and more breakouts. I'm not sure if this was caused by the product losing it's effectiveness, or something I did differently, but I dec
  2. It is kinda expensive, but it's supposed to last two months. So it would be around $35 a month including shipping. That's IF you can get it to last two months. It appears that they give you about the same quantity as proactiv, but since you only use it once a day, they assume it will last two months. Like I noted above, if you're just using it on your face, it's quite possible that it will last that long.
  3. Alright, here's the scoop. I've been using Clearogen for exactly two weeks now. After the first day i noticed a big reduction in the pimples on my neck. However, my face and neck were as red as a beet. I'm going to assume that this was because of the SA. A couple days later my skin returned to it's normal color, but my neck was getting very dry. It didn't flake much, but did begin to on my throat area and on both sides of my nose. Using aveeno ultra calming moisturizer helped this a bit (
  4. I've realised that the more i think and analyse my skin in the mirror... makes it worst...probly sounds silly but its true...i never used to believe ppl wen they used to say 'stop stressing ur only makkin it worse' but now i do...ive finally snapped myself out of doing all that and thankfully my skin has improved alot (with the help of accutane too)
  5. My face gets really dry as well. What do you use to cleanse your face? The toner and acv might be a bit too acidic for your face, especially if you have sensitive skin. You might want to try using less bp, or just use it every other day instead of every day. I keep a little bottle of moisturizer in my pocket so I can moisturize at work or elsewhere if I need to. You might want to do that if it starts flaking while you're away from home.
  6. I bought some Bragg's today at hi-health. Mixed 2 tbs in a cup with about 18 oz. of water. Had to gag it down. Tasted pretty atrocious. I guess I'll need to add some honey or something to make it more tolerable. xxndnromeoxx how much water do you normally mix it in? Do you think I would achieve adequate health benefits only using 2 tbs 2x a day?
  7. Moving to Arizona? I live in Arizona and am originally from the Northeast. The dry air out here does amazing things for clearing skin. Granted, if you're exposing yourself to the potent Arizona sun on a regular and extreme regiment, bad things may come. Why did you say moving to Arizona?
  8. Make some homemade salsa with fresh tomatoes, onions, peppers, black beans, corn, fresh lime juice, cilantro and a whole head of garlic. So many health benefits there. Since you're not cooking any of the ingredients, you get the maximum possible nutrients (which is why mass produced store bought salsa suck, they are all cooked). If you can tolerate it, use hot peppers (habanero being the hottest readily available pepper). The capsaicin in there has numerous health benefits. Since capsaicin
  9. I work technical support for k-12 cafeteria point-of-sale systems. There is only one decent looking girl in the office. I'm pretty much the best looking person here, so it's kinda uplifting. The two new women they hired have leather skin and smoke like chimneys. If I took the time they use for smoke breaks i could get an extra half hour of doing nothing. Then again, I'm cruising and posting on this board at work, so it's not like I have a severe lack of free time. Just wish I was working
  10. So ordering Pinto instead of black beans at Chevy's was a mistake. :doh:
  11. I get Blue Cross/Blue Shield through the company I work for. I normally have a $10 co-pay for any generic prescriptions. For some reason I got my last prescription for like $7.20, which was odd.