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  1. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I_8MJLIKHIE
  2. Hey, do you know, Essential oils are one of the best natural remedy to cure the acne problem, they not only work on the acne but also makes your skin glowing and rich. So, just try essential oils from Arome Global and get rid of all the acne problems Tea Tree Oil Lavender Juniper Berry Essential Oil Peppermint Oil Clary Sage Basil Essential Oil Sandalwood Oil If you want to know in detail about, how
  3. Hi, guys! I've recently started up using 100% pure lavender oil on my skin and just wanted to share my experiences so far. I tried tea tree oil in the past with no success (and ended up with contact dermatitis), and since then didn't really think twice about using any sort of essential oil. Recently, I remembered reading about the benefits of lavender oil for the skin, and seeing as I had nothing to lose, I went and bought some. Since I started adding 1 drop of the lavender oil into my moi
  4. Hello Everyone, I stumbled upon this site and was so intrigued by the postings on the forums I've read. I was wondering how many people on this forum have tried using all natural soaps (handmade soaps made with only all natural ingredients), and how many have used synthesized soaps for treating acne? When I speak of synthesized I am referring to products such as Neutrogina, Dove, Ivory, Irish Spring, Aveeno, etc... Just curious.... LCSoap "Do one thing every day that makes you hap
  5. I am soooo busy. But i thought I'd share some info to other acne sufferers based on my experience. Hopefully this could help someone. If you read my past post, I had used Retin A. This post is the most recent update on what is going on with my skin. Retin A worked well for my skin when i first used it. Once i got clear skin, i completely stopped. I broke out again after three months of not using Retin A. So i started using it again, and this time it did not work at all. In fact, because the reti
  6. I have nearly cleared my closed comedones with a mixture of essential oils mixed with a carrier oil, and a method of self extraction that is very VERY VERY DELICATE, and tazorac (a retinoid that I use sparingly after self- extraction to aid in the cell turnover and healing of any trauma to the skin due to self extraction (with a sterilized extraction tool. I used a 7 dollar tool from target) Most doctors will prescribe tazorac if you ask, unless you're pregnant or planning on becoming pregnan
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