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  1. In December 2017, my doctor put me on spironolactone for my hormonal acne. It's been about three months to the date since I started it and it's done wonders! I know that it can take around 3 months to really work so I've waited to make this post until now. Currently, I'm on 100mg a day. For the most part, my acne is completely clear, considering what it used to be. I had the rocky mountains on pretty much every inch of my face except for my nose. I will still have 3-4 active blemishes at a time
  2. Antibiotics?! Just go to the doctor and get some antibiotics. Sure... then deal with the repercussions of killing all good bacteria on and in your body. Then you create a worse problem because all of the sudden bad bacteria is taking the place of your normal microbiota that help combat the bad bacteria. Once you're off the antibiotics, it all comes back with a vengeance. Not to mention now the bad bacteria that can take over in your gut and cause all sorts of problems including weight gain, horm
  3. katkilpat

    Oily Skin No More

    Oily Skin No More

    I used to have such oily skin on my T-zone, especially my nose, and after using this jojoba, my face is so much more balanced. I might still have some oil on my nose at the end of the day, but I'm saving so much money on oil blotters after buying this oil. I would use three to four blotters a day before this. Now I might use one. I buy mine through Mountain Rose Herbs. They are based in Oregon and have so many products for people wanting a more natural life. You should really check them out. (an
  4. Ok, this is going to be a long post so bear with me, please. I am desperate for help. I am 27 years old and back in school so I have no insurance and can't see a dermatologist. In August, I decided to switch from Rodan & Fields Unblemished to TULA. I was wanting to get away from putting all of the harsh chemicals on my skin. I had extremely mild acne growing up and there really wasn't a need for me to be using the product. When I started using TULA I developed these small bumps around my