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AVinTN

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  1. I've been swishing oil for about 8 months now. I was doing it to help clear up my acne (this on top of using the Acne.org Regimen). My acne is under control now, only ~1 pimple a month, and I definitely think it was because of the Regimen and oil swishing. It definitely wasn't exercise or good dieting--I didn't do much of that! I think on a scale of 1-10, I would rate my clear skin as a 5-6 before and 8-9 now. It also decreased the KP on my arms and, more noticeably, my allergies. I stopped s
  2. Anabolic steroids, junk foods, and whey protein are definitely agitators of acne. Exercise will increase sweat production, which would decrease the amount of oil on your face. It would help decrease the occurrence of pimples. You mentioned that you rinsed your face ever few hours. Increased face washing, more than 2x a day, will irritate your skin and increase inflammation--meaning if you were having acne problems, this definitely made it worse.
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    Clears skin really quickly, Can use as a nighttime moisturizer Doesn't wear well under makeup (which is why I use it at night). It clears pimples really well, so use it as a spot treatment or substitute it as a moisturizer at night.
    IT WORKS. I had terrible acne 2 years ago, like SCARface! I can't tell you how many different cleansers & treatments I tried to get rid of it. Nothing worked. I was using Clinique for the longest time, then switched to Shiseido and several other brand names. I was about to fork up the moolah to buy Murad but then found this after doing some researching on the internet. I've been using it for more than 2 yrs now as a day treatment, along with the AHA at night. I have about 1 pimple a month. Y
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    Pictures of Weekly Progress

    I will try to track my progress by taking pictures of myself (maybe every Fri or Sat) and see how long before my face clears. Here goes! Start date: 9/1/08
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