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About NoSubstance27

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  1. I liked their redness relief cleanser. It's like a soft gel and just overall, gentle. But it didn't remove all of my makeup. :/ My only problem with it. And it wasn't like a really visible reduction in redness. It just kind of soothed rather than calmed the color all the way down.
  2. I was considering it, too, until I checked out their site and read up on their product. I don't know, it doesn't sound that great, honestly. I say don't waste your money. Keep looking for other products worth the money. :/
  3. LOL. Oh, culture. There are other applications of the term "purging." Purging, by definition, just means to remove something undesirable, impure, or imperfect. Deleting unwanted data from your computer is called purging. Uhh. I believe I read somewhere on this board that purging is a cycle of 19 days? You should search the board. It's there, somewhere.
  4. Your skin sounds like mine. :( The best salicylic product I've used is the Neturogena Oil-Free Anti-Acne Lotion. I think they're calling it "Rapid Clear" now, but it is a lotion, not their treatment gel. It has either .5 of 1 percent salicylic acid in it. I've found that my skin responds better to the lower salicylic acid consistancies. 2 percent never did anything for me except irritated and dried out my skin. I haven't been able to get around to picking the lotion up again (I tried a couple
  5. Hi, everyone. I need some advice on my diet and lifestyle. Recently I've found myself to be exhausted, disinterested, warm, light-headed, overwhelmed, unmotivated, and kind of cynical. I'm not sure what the problem is exactly, but I've been lagging behind in my schoolwork, just barely pulling myself through at the last minute. In class I'm quiet and I feel empty. I just focus on written assignments. In social groups I generally feel disinterested and irritable, and overall like everything is
  6. Invest in an acid that will clean out your pores. Lactic acid, Mandelic acid, Glycolic acid, a BHA (salicyllic acid)... Use that for about a month every other night and they should be gone. Afterward, take special care in exfoliating more often, whether with an acid or a scrub, so that they don't become clogged again. And be sure to moisturize with a light, non-comedogenic facial lotion. Cetaphil is a good one. Or you could get a facial.
  7. Is Mandelic Acid all natural? Can it be obtained organically? A relatively immediate response would be more than fantastic. Thanks a bunch.