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  1. social anxiety is sometimes disturbing you but you just need to get used of it. Having acne problems doesn't mean that you need to be an ninja who hides their faces towards people. Heads up brother!
  2. I know its easy to say but hard to do irl. facemask does cover some part of our face but not the whole part and many of us do have acne problems in our forehead which is really annoying. ngl
  3. That must be rough on you...
  4. That regimen must be a fake?
  5. that is currently happening on my face right now. what can i do for it?
  6. I'm 18 and I really have oily skin. I don't apply anything and just wash my face with water.
  7. If the person eats something that contains the nut, the body thinks these proteins are harmful invaders and responds by working very hard to fight off the invader. This causes an allergic reaction. Even a small amount of peanut or tree nut protein can set off a reaction.
  8. If the person eats something that contains the nut, the body thinks these proteins are harmful invaders and responds by working very hard to fight off the invader. This causes an allergic reaction. Even a small amount of peanut or tree nut protein can set off a reaction.
  9. Hello, possible reason for a product to stop working is when your skin becomes used to it. Making it important to rotate your products every so often. Sometimes changing routines, products and order-of-use can lengthen the amount of time a product gives you positive skin benefits.
  10. Face masks are a necessary shield against COVID-19, but some New Yorkers find they also offer another kind of protection — from social anxiety. Introverts who struggle in the public eye or battle skin conditions say they’re pleased that face coverings have become the new normal. Experts in social anxiety say there’s no research that explores the mental benefits of masks, but they’re not surprised by the reaction. This is a sad reality but beneficial for others who have acne or skin p
  11. Happiness is like a butterfly the more you chase it, the more it will elude you but if you turn your attention to other things, it will come and sit softly on your shoulder.
  12. Wow, thanks for sharing your experienced that was helpful. Yeah, it's true sometimes mask can cause skin irritation and can cause pimples.
  13. Recognize the words and messages it’s using against you. Be patient. Your skin took a while to deteriorate. Give it some time to reflect a calmer inner state. Remember, "The true Losers in Life, are not those who Try and Fail, but those who Fail to Try.”
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