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LucyPevensie

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  1. Good job! I'd never drink soda, and I still get acne (but it's tons better than it was). I've read that sleeping on your side is natural, so I keep on doing. Maybe it'd be worth it to wash your pillow case every couple of days instead. I rarely use shampoo anymore either. If I do, I use Burt's Bees, or maybe something like ACV. Anyways, congratulations!
  2. I'm glad it's working so well for you. B5 will be one of my last resorts. But I just had some advice, don't drink a lot of coffee because of the caffeine, and you could try rinsing out your mouth with hydrogen peroxide, every day.
  3. I've been going gluten free as well. I'm not sure if I've been 100%, but I've tried to be. I might have accidentally picked up a few molecules here and there of it from contamination but other wise I'm free. I agree, it is soooo hard. Wheat and dairy are my favorite food groups. It's been one week. Everything has been going well, except like you, my parents don't agree with it. If gluten is causing the acne, shouldn't we pretty much stop getting any pimples after stopping gluten, minus an
  4. I think it kind of depends on genetics. I think my ancestors drank milk, and I've tried going without milk (I still had yogurt) and it didn't do anything. My cousin drinks tons of milk and his skin is 97% crystal clear. So you should definitely try life without dairy, it was hard for me, I had to have soymilk which is bad for me.
  5. I'm 18 (as of today) and a virgin, and proud of that fact.
  6. Thank you so much for being so helpful. I'm probably going to try this if my current routine doesn't work. The fact that you are a vegetarian bugs me though, even though you said you had acne anyways. But if ACV doesn't work for me I'll definitely try this one!
  7. I dont want to gross anyone out but on my 'dick', and it was big. I also had another one inside my nostril. I had to like turn my nostril inside out to see it. It went away fast, but the first one I mentioned didn't. I've had a few inside my ear, I hate it.
  8. I'll offer a few suggestions though I don't pretend to be an expert. 1- Try finding something to exfoliate your face, like baking soda, a shower net, or something. I've been using a shower net on my skin for a few days now and it seems to help. 2- There are other food groups besides meat and grains! Add fruit and vegetables, and maybe dairy (but probably not milk). You don't want to just eat chicken, even though I think meats is an important part of having healthy skin. 3- drink a teaspoon
  9. The title pretty much says it all, is it better to exfoliate in the morning or in the evening? It seems like maybe the morning because your face has been touching your pillow for several hours and might be clogged, but it also seems to me to make sense to exfoliate in the evening before bed so that your skin can regenerate and work on heeling over night better. So what should I do? It seems like both would be too much. Thank you so so much!
  10. I heard that there is something that a doctor can inject a cyst with. I think it sounds like a cyst to me. I would not advise popping it. You could try putting ice on it, or epson salt, or tea tree oil or something.
  11. I've been using a normal toothbrush with baking soda. It seems to work okay in some parts of my face, but I've only done it a few times so far. I'm worried about doing it too much, maybe every two or three days?
  12. I'm starting to think so, and I'm going to be going grain free soon (and I love grains!). Hopefully it will work. I think almost all acne come from being allergic to something, whether it's trans fat, grains, dairy, artificial _____, or a combination.
  13. Thanks for being so helpful! I don't put any sugar in my oatmeal, and I don't have it for breakfast. I eat it plain with canola oil, or cinnamon or something. So are you saying oatmeal is quickly converted to sugar?
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