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  1. seeing that you eat it everyday it could just be a build up which is now being reflected in your skin. try cutting it out for 2-4 weeks and see what happens, then slowly introduce it back in. could do the same with the kiwi as well.
  2. Hi everyone! I'm not recommending any medicine or creams but I can share my experience in hopes that it might help. If you are tired of looking in the mirror and hating the reflection that stares back at you, if you cringe at the thought of people seeing you without makeup on, if you often feel judged because of the condition of your skin as though it’s your fault, if you feel ashamed at the way that you look, if you feel helpless because you don't know what to do or where to turn, I know exactl
  3. witzend, am so sorry to hear your story. this is no way to live! I hope this doesn't offend in anyway or come across in the wrong way, I can't recommend any medicine or creams. But I can share my experience in hopes that it might help. I know exactly how you are feeling. From my own experience it has been fear of acne, the shame that it made me feel, and the belief that it was just a part of my identity after carrying it for so long. As crazy as it might sound, It wasn't until I actually st
  4. Naomi07d i sympathise with you. I think anytime you deal with hormonal birth control you are at risk of skin issues because it just puts your body in different sorts. i was on the depo shot for a year and had the worst skin of my life during it. got off as soon as i could and i remember after having babies and going back on birth control i wanted to avoid anything that had to do with depo. doctors recommended mirena because it has the "lowest amount of progesterone" (i think thats what its calle
  5. I hope this doesn't offend in anyway or come across in the wrong way, I can't recommend any medicine or creams. But I can share my experience in hopes that it might help. I know exactly how you are feeling. Depression and negative thoughts are the worst. From my own experience it has been fear of acne, the shame that it made me feel, and the belief that it was just a part of my identity after carrying it for so long. As crazy as it might sound, It wasn't until I actually started challenging tho
  6. I hope this doesn't offend in anyway or come across in the wrong way, I can't recommend any medicine or creams. But I can share my experience in hopes that it might help. I know exactly how you are feeling. Depression and negative thoughts are the worst. You obviously have your diet on point so it's not anything you are putting inside your body. I wonder if anything major happened in your life externally before the acne returned (ex. in relationships, finances, etc.)? Or a pattern of thoughts th
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