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  1. I put a little in my hand and use a cotton ball to apply it in a light coat. It should not leave white all over, if it does, use less. If you still have some small white streaks or areas, just rub them gently with your fingers.
  2. I apply my moisturizer 1st, let it dry, then apply the MOM.
  3. Yummy! Thanks I just printed them for later.
  4. I didn't have good results with it either!
  5. Many times I read the posts, but don't have any experience with what the person is asking. For example: you are seeking advice using ACV as a toner. I would read your post, but not answer, not because I am trying to be rude, but just because I have never used ACV before. Don't let a few bad apples ruin the bunch. Their are many kind people here that are more than willing to help in area they are familiar. Good luck finding your answers, and for clear skin!
  6. I get these on the sides of my nose too. Sometimes I can get them to come out by wiping them with a cotton ball that is slightly wet. If they still son't come out, I will gently pull them out with tweezers.
  7. I agree, I like the shorter one.
  8. I was hoping that I would grow out of my acne, but now I am 32, so no chance of that. I think it's harder when you are older with acne. When you are younger it is looked at as more normal.
  9. Have you guys tried a thin layer of Milk of Magnesia? You apply it thinly with a cotton ball. If you see white areas it is a little too thick. You can rub those areas with a finger and they go right away. I use this everyday under my makeup, and it really helps with my oily skin! I still blot, but not anywhere near as often as I used to. I think it would work for Men also, but just a thin layer.
  10. Better sleep=acne healing better/faster?
  11. Melatonin is produced by the body naturally. Trader Joe's sells it in a chewable form for cheap. Their are other varities that are sublingual, (melt on or under your tounge) you can buy them at a health food store. Thy tend to cost more though. I have been having the same problem sleeping, and if I take melatonin I can go to sleep faster. I have to admit sometimes I take a couple more than the bottle says, but it works great. I have been using it for years....
  12. It is a little light for me too. Maybe with powder on top? I am trying out Joppa Minerals now.
  13. I have the one you are talking about. It's good, although it is a light coverage. It has 0.5% Salicylic Acid in it.
  14. It is never to late.....God does care! You are in my thoughts tonight!
  15. USPS has a flat rate box also. I was hoping Dan was talking about USPS also!