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  1. It seems like my face is peeling a little bit less. I think it's been around 4 or 5 weeks since I started using Retin A Micro. I am using it 2x per week now (on the in between days I use nice moisturizers or tamanu oil). Just the other day, I noticed that the tone of my skin seems to be improving. It's hard to describe but it seems to be getting more even and maybe a touch of a glow to it. I'll take it! I am still getting random bumps here and there but nothing out of the ordinary. I don'
  2. Hey guys, I'm not sure if this was posted at all, but a recent article in the Journal of Drugs in Dermatology (a highly respected clinical research publication) explained that diet does indeed affect acne. While this may not be of new to many readers, it is one of the first times a major publication had a major article expressing the connection. This means two things: More and more dermatologists will be discussing diet with their patients, hopefully improving outcomes With this new
  3. sickofcysticacne

    Learning the hard way

    Ohhhhhhhhhhhhh what a journey it has been! Posting 'my acne story' on youtube really got me thinking about everything I tried to get rid of acne - and I mean pretty much EVERYTHING (although I never tried accutane). I decided to do a video covering everything I ever tried. I had no idea how hard that would be! It's been like a giant jigsaw puzzle - sorting through all my attempts, sorting through old pictures, filming it, editing it all together, editing all the pictures of my attempts... I can
  4. Is there a connection between our diet and acne? Let's know your take on this! *Moderator edit - URL removed - Read the board rules!*
  5. So I am sick AGAIN. I have a cold which is usually not a big deal but this has been bad. It's going on a week now and it's only gotten worse... no energy, sore throat, fever / chills... ugh. I am ready to be healthy again. As far as my skin, it took a turn for the worst. I started taking probitoics (Dr Ohhria's Probiotics Professional Formula, paid $80 for them!!!) in early March and I think those are the cause. I got them after my last sickness thinking it would help to balance out my stomac
  6. So I have been trying the whole no gluten and dairy thing to see if it helps with the clarity of my skin. Much to my excitement, it seems to be working! I tried to keep all other variables constant (same facial cleansing routine, same oral meds, same water intake, same exercise schedule, ect.) My old pimples are drying up and no new ones are forming. It's only been a week, but it's a good start. Contrary to popular opinion, I refuse to believe that diet and acne unrelated. Every system in the
  7. Hey guys, I'm not sure if this was posted at all, but a recent article in the Journal of Drugs in Dermatology (a highly respected clinical research publication) explained that diet does indeed affect acne. While this may not be of new to many readers, it is one of the first times a major publication had a major article expressing the connection. This means two things: More and more dermatologists will be discussing diet with their patients, hopefully improving outcomes With this new
  8. sickofcysticacne

    Diet MATTERS!!!

    I have gained 10 lbs in the last month from sitting around too much, eating too much, and not taking care of myself - and it shows on my skin. I do not break out in horrible, painful cystic acne like I used to when I was really struggling, but I still have temperamental skin. I have to watch what I put on it and I can definitely see a change based on what I eat as well. The last month has been nothing but sugar, dairy, and carbs - bad idea! My skin is dull, tired looking, lots of cl
  9. I was following the paleo diet (no grains, sugar, dairy, or beans and focusing on fruits, veggies, nuts, fish, lean meat, etc.) and it was not only helping my body but also my skin. It looked a lot firmer, healthier, and had more life to it. And no breakouts in sight. A month into my diet, I got sick... very sick. I won't go into the nitty gritty details but I ended up in the hospital needed fluids due to dehydration and also just double checking that it wasn't anything serious. I have never bee
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