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slvrwlf

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About slvrwlf

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  • Birthday 02/24/1984

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    Female
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    carbontucky, IL
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    I heart to read, and I love animals. I studied fine metal smithing in college, but I don't know if that is what I will do for a living, since the attaining of the metals I used was so bad for the environment. but I have pictures of a bunch of the crap i made in my album. I love to explore abandoned buildings too. I don't do much now, but I am moving to California soon, and I hope that will change.
  1. i use natures gate right now, but since it doesn't seem to be doing me any good, i will change. thanks for the help
  2. I don't use gel, i only wash my hair once every couple of days cause its long, and i don't want to dry it out. I also don't sweat a lot either. my acne has gotten really bad in the left and right corners of my forehead though.
  3. I get a lot of really big, dark red, ugly pimples along my hair line. they sometimes go a little beyond too, so that they are really noticable. I don't know what to do. it must be my shampoo or something, so i should change, but i want to use cruelty free products as much as possible. does anyone have any ideas?
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  5. damn, how naive i was. I was all like, "yay! I guess it was just regular old teen acne, now I grew out of it" but no, its here until i'm dead I guess
  6. so you think this is then, the way my skin would be if i never took a medicine, or is it majorly worse? if its worse, will it even out? or will it stay like this or get worse? probably only time will tell. *sigh*
  7. I think i can see through your eyes on this one. Everyone says I look pretty, or my zits arent' bad and all the usual crap. I dont like to feel like I'm fishing for compliments when i tell someone about my face, mostly i just need to vent. I believe I have body dysmorphia too, and I had it a while ago, but I think it went away. I was clear-skinned (still greasy, but at least it looked like clean grease), and starting to think that maybe I wasn't as hideous as I had always thought. People would s
  8. I haven't had many bad comments about my acne, but when I was 12, I got my first pimple, and it was a giant on my nose. So i popped it, and someone in class was like, "is that a pimple?" I tried to convince them it was a cut, but there was no way they could be fooled. Also, I had a pimple on my forehead and the kid next door was talking about mosquito bites and pointed to it and said, "like this!" I just said, "oh, uh, Yeah! like that!"
  9. I was 19 when I got my license. i never minded driving with the driver ed teacher too much, but with my mom, I would get so terribly nervous i would feel sick, and i didn't like the way she corrected me. i am 23 now, and i have a license, but I rarely drive. I don't have a car, and I hardly ever need to drive. I have a bike, and thats mostly all i need. BUT, it is a major convenience to have a license. my friend is 21, soon to be 22, and she also doesn't have a license. it doesn't affect her now
  10. I may have missed it somewhere, but all i keep seeing is information on when the face produces so much oil. but I want to know why the body finds it necesary to make us so greasy. does it help in any way? I can't imagine it can, since as a greasy person, i feel i am far less attractive than someone who isn't so oily. so it can't be for reproduction. any ideas?
  11. I had acne when i was in high school and early college, so i took minocyclin and had some topical crap too, although i can't remember what they were called. a couple months ago, i took my last minocyclin and never got any more cause i can't afford to go to the doctor, and i don't like the harsh side effects that come with taking a lot of medicines like that. i also stopped the topical stuff maybe a couple weeks later. my skin stayed clear (though oily, but its always repulsivlely greasy). then
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