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asianheaux

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  1. Hmm well it's been a little over a week and I'm still taking the same dose but it seems like my success didn't last that long. My skin and hair is getting pretty oily again... sigh... I'll continue to update if anything changes. This is so frustrating!!
  2. I started taking 5000 IU of Vitamin D3 softgels on Saturday and my skin got super oily. I read somewhere that someone was unsuccessful with the softgels and switched to dry tablets and it worked for them, so I went out to get new D3 2000 IU tablets on Tuesday and my skin actually felt immensely less oily the next morning!! I'm not sure why, but my oil levels have reduced by 75% on the dry tablets and it hasn't even been a week yet! I know there is a reduction for sure because I'm now able to was
  3. I got a blood test done and my levels are at 22 and I've been struggling with oily skin/acne since I was 10. I started taking 5000 IU of Vitamin D3 on Saturday and my skin has gotten super oily within the past three days. Did anyone else experience their oil levels going up before it starts clearing out? I'm wondering if it's because my body isn't yet used to the addition of the vitamin. Also, does it make a difference as to whether I take the softgels or the dry tablets? Would it even help m
  4. I got a blood test done and my levels are at 22 and I've been struggling with oily skin/acne since I was 10. I started taking 5000 IU of Vitamin D3 on Saturday and my skin has gotten super oily within the past three days. Did anyone else experience their oil levels going up before it starts clearing out? I'm wondering if it's because my body isn't yet used to the addition of the vitamin. Also, does it make a difference as to whether I take the softgels or the dry tablets? Would it even help me
  5. I have dealt with acne since I was 8 years old and I still have acne today at 18 years old. I understand your fear, but I believe the reason why I had dealt with severe acne is because my dad also went through the exact same thing. Hopefully, her struggle doesn't come on as early as mine did.
  6. So, I'm 18 years old and I have been struggling with acne for about 10 years. I know it's weird to think about a 4th grader having acne, but that's the earliest I remember having it because a kid in my class had called me "pimple face". This isn't really a post to tell you guys how I cured my acne, because I still struggle with it to this day and I still have acne. I guess what I want to say is just that I truly understand the struggle and that you're not alone. To begin with, you should know
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