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  1. Hi everyone, I'm starting to think that going out drinking contributes to my skin problems, I probably go drinking 2 or 3 times a week when I'm at uni, basically I usually drink beer when I go out, and I don't want to give up my love for going out and drinking on occasion. I'm sure this has already been posted somewhere else, but i'm trying to find a drink that isn't going to be too bad for my skin. I'm thinking of whether or not to switch to cider from lager/beer was wondering if anyone had s
  2. Ok thanks for the reply, here are some new pictures which are slightly better. http://i224.photobucket.com/albums/dd88/st...r_86/scars4.jpg http://i224.photobucket.com/albums/dd88/st...r_86/scars5.jpg http://i224.photobucket.com/albums/dd88/st...r_86/scars3.jpg http://i224.photobucket.com/albums/dd88/st...s3_edited-1.jpg I took the pictures from different angles, standing under quite a powerful bright light, it's amazing how much difference light can make, but depresses me because I never know
  3. http://s224.photobucket.com/albums/dd88/st...rrent=scars.jpg http://i224.photobucket.com/albums/dd88/st...r_86/scars2.jpg Basically had a small patch of acne there about 6 months ago, got a little out of control and treated it with bp so depressing, any hope of them smoothing out/fading Any feedback from you beautiful people?
  4. http://i224.photobucket.com/albums/dd88/st...er_86/scars.jpg so depressing, any hope of them smoothing out/fading Any feedback from you beautiful people?
  5. Your HORMONAL response to sugar Just what happens after you eat sugar? Well right of the bat your blood sugar levels rise rapidly. To bring blood sugar levels down your body excretes hormones...particularly insulin and other androgenic hormones. These hormones signal your body's cells to upon up their "doors" and let the sugar in. The primary places blood sugar goes is the cells of the liver and the cells that make up the muscles. They "fill up" just like inflating a tire or filling up a wate
  6. What would be the best cleanser if your only spot treating with bp, would it be best to have a cleanser with active ingredients or simple?
  7. Yea, i'd quite like some tips on this too, apart from the obvious don't pick or pop. Is it best to leave the area dry or moisturised?
  8. to me your skin looks good, think your over worrying.
  9. Hi, has anyone taken a course of these antibiotics and been cleared of acne, and it has not come back apart from the odd spot hear and there? Thinking of going on this, but bit worried about the side affects, and dont want the acne to come back stronger than ever once the body becomes immune to it.
  10. Simple - Refreshing facial wash gel. Keep us updated on the acnisal.
  11. Is it best to keep a spot/pastule dry and tight or would it be best to keep it moist, which is best? and which method is most likely to help prevent scarring?