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Everything posted by tengtaylor

  1. If your acne is hormonal, such as those occurring around the jawline and chin, saw palmetto is a true helper! I actually came across trying Saw Palmetto when I found this article http://voices.yahoo.com/effectiveness-saw-palmetto-acne-scientific-10488381.html?cat=5 It didn't take much further convincing for me to try it out because I was pretty desperate lol. I know I can't speak for everyone, but I started 320mg per day about 4 months ago, and my face cleared up completely within a week! For t
  2. Hi there, I am having that exact experience!!! Right before I start my new pack every month, my skin is completely clear, and the day I start pill 1, 4-5 cyst like acne shows up overnight. I know it's been a long time since your post and you probably don't even have acne problems anymore...but can you tell me what ended up happening? Did you stop tri-sprintec? What birth control ended up working for you. I figure since we had the same reaction to tri-sprintec, our bodies are probably more alike,
  3. I am so excited to read this thread, because I have been using a tinted moisturizer for 2 years and I love it. I hope I don't get too much response against this product, because I truly love it, and want other to love it too! It is Neutrogena® Healthy Defense® SPF 30 Daily Moisturizer-tinted. make sure you get exactly that though, because they have like 500 healthy defense sunblocks...anyway, it is Non-irritating Non-comedogenic (won't clog pores) Hypo-allergenic Fragrance-free and the f
  4. I bought it and used it once, so I don't know how it effects my skin yet, but the reason I stopped using it is because the brush was to hard; it distributed the blush unevenly, and feels like its brushing away my foundation...lol. Right now I am using physicians formula's talc free mineral blush, and haven't broke out yet...hope that helps.