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  1. Just a wildshot, but if you have longish hair that droops onto your forehead try keeping it from touching your skin somehow. See if that doesn't help
  2. I would say acne made me a better person. But then the second I got my bad acne back again I'd curse it up and down telling you how it ruined my life. Ohhh it's a vicious cycle
  3. Give the VBeam a try. If it works for all those other types of skin pigmentations such as rosacea, port wine stain, etc I don't see why it wouldnt work on acne pigmented scars. Only drawback is that it is fairly expensive.
  4. You guys must not have bad acne if your griping about the taste and time it takes to use it. 1/4th of a teaspoon in 2 cups of water and you can barely taste it.
  5. Your skin is looking great! Plus keep that kid away from the paprazzi, the second picture looks like he's about ready to punch out the cameraman/woman.
  6. Whatever you decide, make sure you are not uncertain about whether or not you should do it right before you are due on stage. People can see insecurities and will make the crowd uncofortable if you are uncomfortable. You need to have complete confidence in yourself when you do it.
  7. Does anyone know if Smoothbeam gets rid of the red pigmented scars?
  8. Lol you were most likely allergic to the benzoyl peroxide or did not you did not moisturize enough. I sat and waited for my acne to go away for nearly 3 years and it just got worse and worse until I decided to do something about it and now im nearly clear.
  9. So if one used the smoothbeam on the face with intentions of clearing up acne would it also help reduce pigmented and very shallow acne scars also?!
  10. Anyone who was treated with smoothbeam have and positive/negative feedback to it?
  11. It's not the red/blue light treatment. It is Acne Laser Treatment. If it really does kill off the excess sebum production I would shell out 800 dollars faster than you can blink. I might even consider it even if it only lasts 6 months. But they say that only 2% reoccur after 6 months.
  12. 1/2 teaspoon to 16oz water it tastes goooood.
  13. Seems like Salicylic Acid on top of Benzoyl Peroxide would be a bit too much for some of the more sensitive patrons. I have a feeling this is going to be the next "Vitamin K" cure-all
  14. Weeee a religion flame war, should be fun....not [-(
  15. Lol, I took my B5 at very seperate intervals (1/4 teaspoon 12 times daily) and I've come to love the taste of it in water, it kinda tastes like salty milk