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  1. whoops, i must still be in the dark ages, i haven't looked it up since the craziness started years ago. sorry bout that. just to clarify the FDA recommends 3 grams per day, 2 to come from supplements. straight from the FDA website about omega 3's. ok, here is where i get a litte confused and would really want to know how you feel and what you think about this. what's your take? message me if you want, so we don't get too much off topic here. to clarify, i did say preventative measu
  2. from a wikipedia articles full of references on omega 3 fatty acids, especially EPA and DHA found in some fish oil supplements and in fish we eat. For those of you who don't quite understand, i explain it some towards the bottom Health risks In a letter published October 31, 2000, the United States Food and Drug Administration Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition, Office of Nutritional Products, Labeling, and Dietary Supplements noted that known or suspected risks of EPA and DHA n−3
  3. I have to agree with emilykate, such pretty eyes! definite improvement, looks like you just need a little time for the scars to go away. keep up the good work!
  4. cool, let me know how it works for you, especially the neutralizer on your face. i've heard of doing it and plan on trying it. i'm gonna use BP for a few more weeks to get clear and then look for something to maintain that- hoping neutralizer does that. i've had some good results with using neutralizer liquid in a spray bottle on my body to prevent shave bumps/ body acne on my legs and underarms and such. also i've been able to go without real deodorant here in humid, sticky and hot coastal NC
  5. i use the regular soap on my face. it is a gentle cleasner designed just like the acne.org cleanser- to remove dirt and oil. yes, it's hard to believe that you can use something on your skin and your dishes. i'm of the mindset that most of the cleaners and household chemicals we use are unnecessary and harmful considering our goal is to remove dirt and oil. of course some people also like to disinfect, but most of the time hot water does the job just fine. the cleanser was developed for your bod
  6. yeah, when i first found a bottle of it in my parent's house, i thought my dad had gone off the deep end... it's probably a major turn off that keeps them from being as well known as they should be considering the market right now for natural, green and organic products. it looks a little crazy, i know! my family has used it for most of the household uses is suggested and found it worked great and in some cases better than 409, lysol and all that. that same properties that help cleanse the skin
  7. just to clarify for anyone out there reading my post, i use regular miracle II soap, not the moisturizing soap since i have oily skin. it isn't a soap, but a natural cleanser that removes oils from the skin without sodium lauryl sulfate or other harsh chemicals and unnatural oils and helps preserve the skins natural pH levels. there is miracle II lotion that is free of animal products and uses natural cold pressed oils free of chemical alteration, which i use as well. the neutralizer is a "s
  8. municipal water systems have so many impurities and chemicals added that are way too harsh for your face. use a soap that's ph balanced or that neutralizes the chemicals (chlorine, flouride, etc.) i've been using some soap called miracle II soap. it's packaging is very corny and all, but it works to counteract the nasty water i have here. it's natural, biodegradable and free of harsh chemicals in regular soaps. my whole family uses it with great results, including my younger sis with acne. i als
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