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  1. been prescribed these for a mixture of acne and folliculitis, can i chop the pills up and take the powder as i can't take tablets. also can i have advice for helping with folliculitis (diet doesn't contain much gluten dairy or sugar) i've ussed nizoral (slightly useful, caused lots of irritation) selsun (fairly useless) and i've tried using epiduo, zindaclin, BP, salicylic acid, skinoren on these forehead bumps (not much success). Main problems are rough skin texture (under the skin bumps
  2. ive recently been prescribed lymecycline pills for a mixture of acne and folliculitis, my doc seems to think it's only acne and having looked at my forehead (where it's worst) she seems convinced it's acne (fairly sure it's not though, other treatments i've used e.g. regular BP, BHA, skinoren, duac, zindaclin, differin and epiduo have all not managed to dent the small bumps on my surface). these bumps don't shift, i've even tried nizoral and selsun and these have slightly helped but caused a lo
  3. They got me. For years, the dietary supplement industry has been tricking me into buying and consuming poison. The poison is not in the nutrients, but in the pills themselves. Fillers, coatings, glazes, lubricants, coloring, preservatives and sweeteners in pills are all most likely toxic. The manufacturers put these ingredients in pills to make it cheaper and easier to produce them, at the expense of your health. They do this with oral prescriptions as well. Here is a list of some common toxi
  4. I have been on Lymecycline capsules for the past 9 weeks now. I have seen no improvements my skin has only got worse. I am also on the combined pill but with both medications i have seen no improvements in my skin. I have mild to moderate acne and my spots are very red. I wondered if anyone has seen results from Lymecycline? How long will it take before i start seeing results? Is there anything better than i can ask the doctor to prescribe me? Hopefully nothing that will dry my skin out and ma
  5. Hello, I'm trying a new, au naturale acne routine. (well, mostly natural ) Just curious if any ladies have seen success with supplementing spearmint into their diet. (capsules/tea or otherwise) I've recently discontinued using spironolactone because the side effects freaked me out. I'm looking to try 100% natural remedies to try and balance them hormones! FYI, doing surprisingly well off of spiro, but I'm totally dairy free now as well, which may have been most of my issue, anyway
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