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  1. Most medical conditions and disorders like acne can be cured, or at the very least, the symptoms greatly reduced by using naturally occurring herbs, oils and essential oils. I will give you an example. SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH Essential oils usually used in aromatherapy have been found to kill the deadly MRSA bacteria according to research carried out at The University of Manchester, United Kingdom. Tests revealed that three essential oils killed MRSA and E. coli as well as many othe
  2. elliew8

    Everybody Else...

    Ok so lately I've been quite active on the site and reading a lot of blogs and forums (social life has been a bit slow!) and it seems to me that there's a massive psychological difference between teens and adults attitudes to acne. I don't mean to sound patronising AT ALL here because frankly I remember what it was like when I was younger suffering with spots. I've noticed that in posts and blogs by younger people I can see the desperation jumping out of the screen...don't get me wrong, the oldi
  3. 1. Be consistent with products + patient 2. The list below may improve appearance of scars but this is mainly for hyperpigmetation+ red marks. 3. Sorry for any spelling errors 4. Be careful with acids not recommended for darker skin people and make sure your not allergic to any of these - test it on skin 5 Oils can be comedogenic Hyperpigmetation- skin lighteners Top ones Uva ursi extract- arbutin ( bearberry) licorice extract licorice + niacinammide tumeric Soy glycoylic acid Me
  4. War0118

    Advice? Help?

    Alright so I literally never post on anything like this and this is my first time. I am 24 years old and I have struggled with acne since I was about 14. (10 years of this shit). My acne has never been insanely terrible in the sense of it’s covered my face from forehead to chin but it’s also not a “spot here and there” type deal. ITs pretty consistant. My face almost never 100 percent clear which sucks. I get pretty severe acne too. Cysts (I think) and all that. I’ve always got after marks/scars
  5. So I'm 41 and German, English, Irish. I started getting my first Sebaceous Hyperplasias at about 27. Then about fifteen more within the next few years. So first thing I did was have a dermatologist freeze them. The liquid Nitrogen didn't penetrate any and so I tried later on Compound w Freeze away and a professional liquid Nitrogen spray and none could do anything but peel the surface skin a bit. So that myth is bunk. I will tell each method and experiences in continued blogs. Please share yours
  6. Sushisoup14

    Hey...

    Alright so... I'm in 7th grade and I've had actual acne since I was in 4th grade. I'm pretty sure I even had some pimples on my forehead and stuff when I was in 3rd grade. It really lowers my self esteem and self confidence, and though most people don't make comments about it, I know they're thinking rude things. It's just hard to deal with it because I haven't met anyone else with acne like mine. As of now I don't really have as bad acne as I did before, but I still get quite a few pimples. Rig
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