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About ligyron

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  1. Terrible advice. Not washing your face regularity is the worst thing you can do. Even if someone without acne stopped washing their face for a couple weeks, their pores would become clogged and they would experience breakouts Acne is mainly caused by underlying issues with the body, not by the medications applied to the face. Not washing your face will only aggravate the issue
  2. No, it's just that the neck is a different skin type than your face, which makes your face more prone to acne. The skin type of your neck is very similar to your arms or the back of your hands. Your face tends to be more sensitive. Why do you think people starting using medications on their face in the first place? Because they had acne. If you don't properly wash your face with soap, you'll end up with clogged pores which could develop into acne
  3. Your acne doesn't look very bad. Just stick with what your dermatologist has you on. They are professionals, by the way, and have undergone a lot of hard work to earn the title...
  4. Hi Dr Steven Jepson MD. Thanks for joining the forums just to tell us all about your product. We appreciate that you've taken the time to spam several other categories to make sure a lot of people see your message Looking forward to hearing about your other miracle products in the future
  5. Masturbation/sex relieves stress. If anything, that will improve acne. I don't care if it is scientifically proven that masturbation worsens acne. It's going to take a lot more than acne to stop me from masturbating/having sex/reproducing Is acne so much of a big deal for you that you're willing to eliminate one of the greatest pleasures of mankind that is also designed to prolong our species?
  6. I'm a 23 year old guy. I've used the "get off whatever you're on" method several times for periods of several months. It doesn't cure acne
  7. Recently, I started taking Perfect skin by Genuine health and I noticed my face is getting redder than usual and dry. The center of my forehead became dry and flaky as well as my chin Has anyone else experienced this when first taking EPA/fish oil supplements? Could it be an allergic reaction? Is this normal and my skin is just adjusting and everything should eventually get better? I don't have much acne, just some redness and bumps that I'd like to improve my skin tone and complexion. My
  8. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml.../nhealth417.xml
  9. So what were his/her recommendations? Please tell me exactly what you were told
  10. Here's the rundown When I get up in the morning, my face is slightly oily. After I take a shower and dry off, my forehead and the area around my mouth gets dry and flaky. I usually just splash my face with water since I found that I develop painful red bumps if I use a moisturizer. As the day goes on, my forehead gets oily and I can rub my finger across it and the oil will come off on my finger and make it shiny. Acne on my face comes and goes, typically have 5 pimples at a time My face sk
  11. It is physically impossible for your skin become resistant to the beneficial effect of BP. I'm guessing something else is responsible for the change in your skin lately (possibly diet, climate, etc)
  12. The threads you guys post amaze me. If we all listened to this crap, we'd never go outside in fear of skin damage from the sun, be on an extremely strict diet, never have sex or masturbate, and now never live near electrical equipment (so basically live in a cardboard box) Sure, maybe there is some truth to it, but I'm sure it only affects a very small population and I doubt staying away from electrical devices will cure anybody's acne any time soon How about just not worrying about your skin
  13. Sorry I forgot to mention the price. She was selling it here for about $5 for a single 4 fl oz bottle