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jimmyismyname

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  1. IMO, it'll happen when my face is forming a cyst, then again when it is in its healing stage.
  2. I'm not sure if it was gMARIAs, but I read here of someone else, a girl/woman if I can remember correctly, who used it one night on her acne/pimples and she woke up with the acne greatly diminished or even gone.
  3. Yes, acne is curable if you are lucky enough your body decides it wants to do so. Holy cow. I don't mean to be harsh but your first post was purely agonizing, not to mention the others. Since you've conquered your acne I would seek out the English 101 forum and attempt to learn about grammar, spelling, and paragraph structure. It would not only benefit yourself but everyone else on the internet.
  4. I tend to think it is more due to hormones and genetics, in some cases hormones caused/related to genetics. Gl and hang in there.
  5. I haven't taken flaxseed oil, but I have taken fish oil. It didn't appear to affect my skin in any negative way. I did feel more focused at times but it was really hard to tell if it was due to the fish oil.
  6. I'm under the belief that dairy and or sugar has a fairly decent effect on pore size.
  7. I would consider seeing a doctor or derm. if the bumps do not go away in a few weeks, maybe a month or two at the max, and they do not get smaller or subside. Honestly, other than looking like you might have hit your forehead on something, it appears to be a slightly raised bump. I might consider using ice and heat, see if that had any effect on it and go from there.
  8. I am sorry for your loss. I'm not sure how you can ignore side effects of drugs you or your children take, especially with such a long list such as accutane has. They are prescription drugs for a reason. Severe depression, suicide attempts, blindness, permanent hair-loss, permanent bowel problems, etc, etc, etc, on and on and on. You must weigh your problems with the possibility a drug will create more problems. It is very unfortunate when it happens, but bad things can happen to anyone. Accut
  9. I highly doubt many people are putting their own urine on their face and seeing vast results compared to an otc product such as apple cider vinegar, or witch hazel which soothes the skin.
  10. The three day acne cure book might work for a few people but it is just overkill. The guy clearly wants to make money. I used to see the same two guys on a late night infomercial saying a few foot long parasite came out of him after doing his enema kits, but now they're peddling something else no one in their right might should send them money to buy. A laxative stimulates evacuation of the bowels, a.k.a. makes you poop. An enema is "The injection of liquid into the rectum through the anus for
  11. I've seen this a bit among others, have read and tend to think around the mouth pimples/pustules/acne might be largely due to diet. Toothpaste, shampoo, sugar, gluten, soy, milk, allergies, etc, etc, could be the problem. It's really a toss up imo. It might be that proactiv does nothing for you now due to the fact you took accutane and it may have changed your skin in some way making it less responsive.
  12. It's kind of odd that in week 5 the one side/cheek looks practically clear. Honestly, some of pics look better in the first weeks, some in the last, purely because of the lighting imo. I tend to think Dan's Regimen works best for Adult Acne, age 25 and above.
  13. jimmyismyname

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    Hey JayQ, I've read that mouth and jawline acne is typical adult acne. I'm not sure if you've tried or had any success with a cleanser and BP, I would definitely suggest it. I think you can expect to see results within a week or two as far as if it will do anything to help you. It seems you've gone to extremes to rule out any food allergens which is very hard to do. I commend you in your efforts. I'd have to believe the government provides pretty good health care for their men and women in
  14. IMO doctors are just about in the dark to curing your acne as yourself. Ok, maybe not, but you get might point. It's not that they don't care, just realize that there is no magic wand or cure for it. They'll prescribe the common antibiotics, etc, and hopefully it will work. If not they'll move on to the next treatment but honestly at a certain point there's definitely little a general practitioner or even a dermatologist can do. I would definitely suggest finding a dermatologist or a different o
  15. Keep us updated. While a cure for one will surely do nothing for many, many others, with a little luck I'm sure it will be able to improve at least one other person's acne.
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