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About megaman125

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  1. I'm sure the grocery store wouldn't mind you wearing a long sleve undershirt underneith the work shirt. I've seen people at grocery stores do that too. As for what to wear on the job interview, the general rule is a step up from what you would be dressed like for the job. I'd recommend business casual for a grocercy store interview. No tie, no blue jeans, but a nice colared shirt.
  2. My biggest piece of advice to you: Don't let acne stop you from doing what you want to do. I have acne not just on my face, but my arms, chest, and back as well. Once I started getting acne on my back, I stopped swimming, something I loved to do in the summer. Now, I still have acne (not as bad as it used to be), and I'm not afraid to take my shirt off and jump in the pool. Acne will only stop you from doing something if you choose to let it. So go hang out with your friends just like you used t
  3. If we all stopped having sex then acne really would be the end of the world! Only for those in which masturbation/sex causes acne. Also, I don't think he's saying "never masturbate/have sex again" just to cut it down for a while.
  4. I think excessive masturbation can be a primary factor in acne. When I hit puberty, I was masturbating everyday, sometimes 2-3 times a day, for 7 years. My acne started off mild, and just gradually got worse. Last summer, I was down to 2-3 times per week, and my skin was significantly better, despite having to work at Taco Bell and eat the food there pretty much every day. I know if I stop mastubating for 4-5 days, I will pretty much cease to have breakouts, and my skin will start healing nicely
  5. I do have a few close friends, and no one has come out and said they don't want to hang around me because of my acne. I don't think it has much to do with how I behave around people. I don't show them if I'm depresed or anxious or anything like that. I'm usually happy and sometimes telling jokes. Like I said, people seem to have a good time hanging around me, but I frequently find myself being excluded or left out.
  6. I've had acne for far too long. No one wants to hang around me, because everyone around me has clear skin. I do have friends, but it usually seems like I'm one of the last people on their list of people to hang around. And what's worse is that I'm almost allways the one who has to innitiate anything, otherwise I'm always the one that's left out or forgotten. I've always been trying to get myself involved with any of them, but it seems like I'm either trying too much or they really just don't wan
  7. Ok, so I am trying a new shampoo. I thought I'd try the Axe shampoo, and I have noticed a decrease in the oilyness of my hair. It's still a little oily, and so is my forehead, but not nearly as bad as it was. I'll keep trying it for now.
  8. I'm in college and I'm still dealing with acne problems. My advice to you is to go out and enjoy yourself. And if people don't want to be around you because of your acne, then you wouldn't want to be around them anyways. I have a bunch of friends and none of them care if I have bad acne or not. I'm sure you'll find friends like that.
  9. I don't think I'm touching it that much. I only comb it in the morning, and I can't stand wearing hats. Well, it's not that my hair is still oily just after my shower. It doesn't get oily until midafternoon (I shower in the morning). Really, I've always gotten my hair wet before shampooing just because it's easier to use the shampoo on wet hair as oppossed to dry hair. And no, I'm not using any conditioner. I think I will try a different shampoo, just to see if there's a diffe
  10. megaman125

    Oily Hair

    Hello, I've noticed recently that my hair is becomming fairly oily by midafternoon, and I'm not really sure why. I'm considering switching shampoos, but I'm not really sure if that's the problem. Here are the products I'm currently using. Head and Shoulders shampoo - been using it for... well, a really, really long time, like since I was in middle school. Oxy Cleansing pads - use morning and night, been using for 1-2 years now. Tea Tree Oil - Just started using this about a month ago, and I l
  11. To answer your question, I have tried tazorac, and it did absolutely nothing for me. It's great that you were excited to see the doctor though.
  12. If guys call you gay for wearing makeup, then they're just as gay for being able to notice if another guy is wearing makeup. Seriously, my friend was in a play once, and he had to wear makeup around his eyes for the play. I thought his face looked a little strange when he came back, but I didn't think too much of it. The only reason I knew he was wearing makeup was because he felt the need to point it out to me as soon as he could.
  13. My forehead is still getting oily, but it's not as bad as when I first started using TTO. I'm wondering if any of it has to do with my hair as well. The other day when I noticed my forehead was very oily, I also noticed my hair was kinda greasy, and it's never been greasy before. Yesterday it wasn't greasy though. As for the TTO, it says it's 100% pure Austrailian oil. It's made by Spring Valley and I picked up a 2 oz. bottle at WalMart for $8, in the aile with the vitamins and supplements.
  14. So she gets more guy attention. Don't worry, she'll never have a real relationship, because no decent guy would want to be with her once they see who she really is. And even if she does find someone, that guy is obviously not someone you'd want to be around anyway.
  15. Okay then. I guess I'll start switching the order in which I apply them. Oxy first, then TTO. Thanks for the tip. On a positive note, another day with no breakout. The cysts are taking their time leaving, but I am still seeing a noticable difference.