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About martyr

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  1. Yeah it's pretty sweet, but i'm still tweaking the process in very small ways so it's as good as it can get.
  2. The other thing behind this process is that it opens your pores, and the Jojoba/Castor mix fills in the pores. Like makeup almost, that's the theory anyway. But the longer you do this process in my opinion the better. Look up the properties of castor oil aswell, it apparently dissolves scar tissue also. But I've only been doing this for a couple of months, but everything seems to be gettin

    1. Aw, thanks for the link :) But what kind of scars are you talking about? Because raised /red marks are easy to get rid of, but what I have are pitted (indented) scars :(

      1. Well the only answer i have is if you're getting it, it must be a possibility, but what's the current skitch with what you're using?
      2. Schwing. http://www.acne.org/messageboard/-t272498.html. Give it a go Mann
      3. http://www.acne.org/messageboard/-t272498.html, give this a go, a much much much more refined process, designed to get rid of scars and acne and clogged pores, as well as balance oil production
      4. Oi sup sup, if you're keen give this a go, scars will begin to slowly fade, and marks disappear. http://www.acne.org/messageboard/-t272498.html

        1. I'm posting this a fair bit, and not sure of the results, but give this a go: http://www.acne.org/messageboard/-t272498.html All natural stuff is like leaving it's skin to it's own devices, but actually cleaning it. I've got a shaving process that works pretty killer too, 0 ingrown hairs in 3 weeks, Every now and then get some but that's usually because i rush if i'm late for work.
        2. +1 on the above, try the paula's choice BHA. Or give my regimen a go, i too had oily skin and clogged pores, this cleared me out completely, as well as got rid of the scars and marks. http://www.acne.org/messageboard/-t272498.html
        3. Give this a go: http://www.acne.org/messageboard/-t272498.html If it doesn't work the bonus is that it was kinda cheap, but if it does then the bonus is that it works. If it doesn't then are you male or female?
        4. martyr

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        5. If you want, give this a go, but if it's not for you don't worry about it mann. http://www.acne.org/messageboard/-t272498.html
        6. All natural is the difference, but the whole organic thing has become more so a marketing gimmick to charge more. No matter how organic it is tho, the more shit in it the more likely it is to not work with your skin. But i highly recommend this, let us know if you're after anything else, I'm fairly knowledgeable in the area of blackheads and such. All up the cost is: 2 lemons: (aussie dollars) $2 Organic sugar: 99c (for how much i use) Jojoba: $16 (lasts for 3 months) Castor oil (the good stu
        7. Buy these items: Jojobo oil (acne.org) cotton buds castor oil (cold pressed organic) Organic sugar 2 lemons old bottle for dispensing paste like liquids and one bottle for liquid Go to this address and make the scrub Make a mix or jojoba and castor oil with 1 part castor to 10, all up 11 parts. So if you had 10 ml catsor put 100 ml jojoba. In the shower in the morning apply lemon sugar scrub to cotton balls and gently rub on face. Then afterwards, get the jojoba castor oil mix and massage on
        8. After the regimen initially cleared me up due to using crap products, I just switched to a single face scrub with 2% SA which just worked wonderfully, but i can't get it anymore. But i can say the 2% PC BHA does work great, I recently posted my 'keep clear' regimen so if you want check that out go for it. Really tho, considering I'm not a dermatologist you'll just have to experiment and find something that works for you. Good luck dood.