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  1. You're lucky. My boyfriend agrees that it's disgusting, says nothing when I say I feel ugly and avoids kissing me when I have a break out... Niiiicccee......
  2. Try aloe vera gel! Won't irritate and it's meant to have a slight scar-fading effect too
  3. I had this experience of jojoba oil too but eventually it ended up clogging my pores and gave me a lot of whiteheads etc... I have to say that I really like apple cider vinegar (bragg's) to dry out and help heal sore hormonal acne. I dilute the vingear in water (50:50), soak two round cotton pads in it and then I use a hair-band or something to keep the pads on my chin (this is where I break out) and leave it for 10 or 15 mins. To help heal spots that I couldn't resist messing with I brew a s
  4. I have been thinking about trying this for a while... Do you use any specific detergents or rinses to wash them? Thanks!! )java script:bbc_pop()
  5. 'Hose3cu' A friend of mine had the same problem when he started working out and bulking up. Its because you produce more testosterone which causes spots. Its like during puberty when guys start making more testosterone and get hormonal acne which then usually clears up after puberty....
  6. Hi everyone, I've been reading this thread and site in general for a while but never commented. I'm a 25 year old female and I developed what I recently realised is perioral dermatitis around 2 years ago. At the time I thought I had just used a product that didn't suit my skin, but it didn't clear up. Looking back on it I know that what caused it was a combination of factors: severe trauma to my skin (really bad sunburn all over my face due to going out on a speedboat on a windy, sunny day and f
  7. Hi everyone, I've been reading this thread and site in general for a while but never commented. I'm a 25 year old female and I developed what I recently realised is perioral dermatitis around 2 years ago. At the time I thought I had just used a product that didn't suit my skin, but it didn't clear up. Looking back on it I know that what caused it was a combination of factors: severe trauma to my skin (really bad sunburn all over my face due to going out on a speedboat on a windy, sunny day and f
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