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ShyShortstop

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  1. @annazh If your hormones are OK, than it's probably your gut. Have you experimented with diets, in order to find which food causes pimples/acne? That's exactly what happened in my case, and I had to cut sugar, dairy and even gluten to stay clear. It's hard, but I eat healthy and I'm clear. It's really ridiculous when I remember a few years ago, doctors and my parents were telling me that food doesn't cause acne. Nobody should accept and live with this evil, at least for 1 reason: - Healthy pe
  2. Hi, the first thing you need to do, is to identify the source of your oily skin and acne. Please don't spend money on commercial products before you find the root cause of the problem. Acne and Oily skin don't happen on their own. You don't want to cure Acne and Oily skin because you already did that before with roacutane. You can cure them again with a new round of roacutane. However, they are just symptoms of something wrong going on in your body, and will always come back until you find the
  3. In my case, we have harsh winters with very warm summers. However, I'm oily even when it is 5 degrees.
  4. I am in a similar boat. I have checked all of mine hormones years ago and everything looked normal, but I just couldn't get rid of oily skin. I'm really happy for you, that you're finally going in the right direction. Could you share with us which exact brand of probiotic are you using ?
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