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LacyDecay

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About LacyDecay

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  • Birthday 06/26/1990

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    Lestats coffin ;D London.
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    The macabre and the beautifully grotesque.

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  1. When I use these on my face, do I have to use them as the whole grain mixed with a bit of water ? Is that the only way that they will cleanse the skin ? Or will they be just as effective if I blend them with a food blender into like a paste ? My facial skin is hyper HYPER sensitive and I find the coarse, un-blended oats too scratchy and irritating. So if they're just as effective in the mushy pulp version, then that would be better
  2. Any olive oil should do the trick providing its extra virgin. buying organic extra virgin would be even better. That would mean that the olives it's made from is free of any pesticide spray etc. I'm not sure how available they are in stores but you can buy them from loads of websites. The colour doesn't have much relevance, I read that the colour depends on when the olives were picked. They're darker green if picked early in the season and more of a golden-green when picked later on.
  3. 3 years ? Damm Yup. F**king sucks balls. I'll get a life one day, I swear I will, lol.
  4. Hi veiled. Glad someone here understands my pain ! My BDD started the same way yours did. From childhood abuse. It's not normal for a small child to hate the way they look. It gets so annoying when people tell me to 'just grow up' when they know nothing about WHY I'm like this. My father spent 8 years in prison for the abuse that he did. I was beaten so bad that I had to kept off school all the time because of my bruises , I was raped at the age of 5 and so much other stuff that I won't go in
  5. Hi Evergreen. Personally, Chlorine is a HUGE problem for me. (my facial skin is extremely damaged and hypersensitive so I react to pretty much everything). I only cleanse my face with bottled or distilled water, and that stops the burning, tight feeling that I get from tap water. Everyone's skin is different though obviously so has different reactions to things. but 2-3 hours of chlorine per day can't be great though. It's a very strong chemical after all. I wonder if applying an oily b
  6. Hi Secret. Yep, you're certainly not alone with the hiding away thing. I haven't been out AT ALL in three years. I refuse to even go out into the garden incase the neighbours happen to get an eye-full of my horrible skin. I even close the curtains in the lounge (or whatever room I'm in) so that no one can see me properly. I realise it must get really depressing and annoying for my family to constantly have to sit in darkness because of my insecurities. It's really sad that we feel the need to ha
  7. I think actions are more important than words. So to have a loved one stick by you and support you is more than any word can mean. To have the love and support from my Fiance is overwhelming sometimes. I can never believe he's with me. He's such a kind (and very handsome) guy that he could have anyone he wanted. I'm flattered - and slightly puzzled - that he's chose to stay by my side. But he has, and that does help. Everyone needs to feel accepted and loved for who they are, bad skin or not.
  8. Hi Dan Well I can recommend you a good natural moisturiser which is really good for oily skin because it contains peppermint oils. My sister uses it and it keeps her oily skin looking a lot less shiny and reduces break-outs. It's not in the UK at the mo though. It should be, and they normally are, but they're out of stock right now. You can still get them from the USA though (surprisingly for cheaper that you could in the UK - even with the shipping cost included). It's still not the cheapest
  9. Hi Well I still have this hope that one day it will start to heal, but given that 7 years have gone by and it's still the same, it's hard to see it being any different. A really good Dermatologist that was kind enough to do a home-visit for me and was able to actually put a name to the condition that I have. It's a rare form of dermatitis which comes from the deep layers of skin becoming burnt (a chemical burn in my case). Not just surface damage. This is deep in the skin. He's confirmed to me
  10. Are you for real? Are you are genuine hermit or recluse? Ha, yes I'm for real. Serious case of Body Dysmorphic Disorder here. I think I'm too afraid/ashamed of my looks to let anyone see me. I don't let my family look at me either. Sounds really nuts I know. Its frustrating because I had so many plans and goals in life. I guess most people on here feel the same way about that though - like weve got so much more potential than what our skin issues allow us to show. So how do you make a living
  11. Are you for real? Are you are genuine hermit or recluse? Ha, yes I'm for real. Serious case of Body Dysmorphic Disorder here. I think I'm too afraid/ashamed of my looks to let anyone see me. I don't let my family look at me either. Sounds really nuts I know. Its frustrating because I had so many plans and goals in life. I guess most people on here feel the same way about that though - like weve got so much more potential than what our skin issues allow us to show.
  12. I haven't been out at all for 3 years. Literally no where. Not even the garden ! :/ Gave up my job and everything.
  13. This is just a post to warn people of the possible dangers and damage that can be done by using strong, chemical loaded products on your skin (especially more delicate areas like the face). I suffer from severe Body Dysmorphic Disorder which started from a very young age. From the age of 10, I was using very strong face washes, gels, and moisturisers to try and get rid of the few hormonal spots I had. Every day for 6 years, I piled on every alcohol, perfume, paraben, dye, harsh chemical filled '
  14. This is just a post to warn people of the possible dangers and damage that can be done by using strong, chemical loaded products on your skin (especially more delicate areas like the face). I suffer from severe Body Dysmorphic Disorder which started from a very young age. From the age of 10, I was using very strong face washes, gels, and moisturisers to try and get rid of the few hormonal spots I had. Every day for 6 years, I piled on every alcohol, perfume, paraben, dye, harsh chemical filled '
  15. Hmm, that's a lot of unpronounceable chemicals there ! I'm not sure on all the ingredients but there's a few that's on the list of things to avoid/harmful chemicals. Sodium Hydroxide is classed as a strong skin irritant, so I'd consider that before you buy it It should be ok if you don't have sensitive skin though. personally I think natural products are best but if that's not your thing then I'd go ahead and give that moisturiser a try.
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