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I hate redspots

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  1. Simple (for men) facewash Quinoderm face wash I'm using at the moment (have to order this online) Do a bit of searching on this forum! there are several options. Make sure they do not contain aggrivating ingredients and are suitable for sensitive skin
  2. soap is really harsh on facial skin! and could be what is causing the oiliness. Switch to a simple facewash and you will be much better off
  3. Using advice from this forum, I have tried using jojoba oil in several ways, from using it in moisturiser, as a scrub, with face wash, as shaving oil etc. I have had some success in combating flakiness, but not total. However, one thing I have not seen mentioned on this forum, but I have heard elsewhre, is mixing it with the BP. Has anyone had any experience of this or think there is any reason why it may not be effective at reducing overall flakiness? Living in the UK, I have to use panoxyl
  4. Cheers for the responses. I wont worry about using a towel then until I start uni in a couple of weeks
  5. Until now I have always just let my face dry naturally after cleansing. Is there actually a benefit to drying with a towel, or air drying? My skin always becomes especially flakey whilst drying
  6. My theory is men can absorb it better than women because our skin has larger pores. I could easily absorb more than 6 drops of jojoba oil straight away.
  7. There was a case in the UK a few years ago where a girl, distraught by bullies at school, tried bleach on her face as an act of desperation to clear her acne. Obviously, the end result was horrible, much worse than acne. I hope noone listens to the troll on this thread, I am reporting to mods.
  8. Oxy anti-spot balm ('engineered for male skin' but i'm sure lasses could use it too) Ingredients: Aqua, Cyclomethicone, Zea mays starch, Glycerin, Sodium chloride, Lactic acid, Dimethicone/ Vinyl dimethicone crosspolymer, Dimethicone copolyol, Panthenol, PPG-3 Myristyl ether, Phenoxyethanol, Dimethicone crosspolymer, Cetyl PEG/ PPG-10/ 1 Dimethicone, Isoceteth-10, Parfum, Silica, Zinc PCA, Hydrolised algin, Disodium EDTA, Limonene, Linalool, Butylphenyl methylpropional, Zinc sulphate, Alpha-iso
  9. Chill out Tama, there are no reviews for that product on this site. He's asking a perfectly reasonable question who made you the judge?
  10. King of Shaves face wash and face scrub claim to be 'pH balanced'.
  11. How exactly did you check using a microscope? Just hold it up to your face in the mirror? My face gets very itchy so I want to look into this
  12. I am officially trying this: Regimen (AM and PM) Face wash with Clearasil, or 2x a week with King of Shaves scrub. ACV toner applied using cotton wool. Skinoren Cream (Azelaic acid) E45 Moisturising Lotion Pop 2x Oxytetracycline antibiotics.
  13. quite frankly, because people talk shit. Bannanas are good for you. MODERATION.
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