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  1. when do acne go away? it's one very difficult question. so the answer is "we're clueless". but i'd still want ur opinion on what u think is likely to happen. is it similar to what ur family tree says? do parental acne story usually matches with their offsprings?(i repeat USUALLY!!) do one usually grow out(or get rid) of acne at a age(more or less) when their parents(either mum,dad or both) had grown out of it(got rid of it)? PERSONAL FEED : my father never had acne.i
  2. The other day I logged in and browsed the forum as I always did, and I suddenly noticed that my membership status changed from "member" to "veteran." Wow. It has been five months since I joined this community, and I've gone through a long difficult journey. I still have acne. Unfortunately everything that I have tried so far - birth control, dairy elimination, and BP - the one that gave me so much pain and cost me so much money and time - did not work by themselves. However, I have to keep try
  3. Hello everyone who is reading this! I am a 18 year old male who has bean dealing with acne and awful skin for most of my life. I've had blackheads on my nose my whole life, and started getting back, chest, and face acne all over last year. I have dry, sensitive skin with an oily t-zone. I am pale and really don't have the best of genes. I am the only child out of five that has suffered with acne. Anyways, i got really into researching how to get rid of acne and dove into the natural side o
  4. I just wanted to put my two cents in for the discussion. So, I'm 26. When I was 13 I started having acne, so my doctor put me on the pill - Yasmin - which I continuously took until September 2014, when I took off for a trip around Asia. 5 months in Asia, humid air, salty water, freedom and all those backpacker's ideals - so I thought that I didn't need anything (not even deodorant... yeah). While out of the pill I had cramping and heavy, not very regular periods. I had been clear of acn
  5. Hey guys, just wanted to share with you my own idea about vitamins for a healthy skin. Vitamin A, B, C, E and D are all really good vitamins and here I will tell you why and how this is true, cheers :)
  6. Hi, Sharing something that probably less people know and heard about. We always aim for better Diet to fight Acne but do we know that, does our blood type support this diet? Yes, we do not know. We always read and follow, most of the time without acquiring deep knowledge and We just run towards results and that's why we never achieve the results we Aim for, because we Aim aimlessly! makes sense? So, here's a thing about a thing! Acne is a disease caused by internal & external fac
  7. A damsel in Distress

    Looking Up

    My skin is finally looking nice. A few places here and there but they are supperficial at the most. I just finished my cycle and I didn't breakout on it so I'm wondering if I'll breakout afterwards. That sometimes happens. But either way, my skin has been doing really nice. The Tea Tree Oil must be what's doing it. I am activly trying not to pick at my face as well, I'v always noticed a big difference in my skin when I'v left it alone. It's the blackheads that always draw me back in. But I'v bee
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