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  1. I'm wondering how those of you who use Milk of Magnesia (MoM) to control oily skin apply it, exactly? I'd like to be able to apply it thinly enough to use liquid foundation over it--so I don't want the chalky-white appearance of a thicker application. I've found that application using a cotton ball helps me to achieve a thin layer--but that a cotton ball soaks up most of the MoM, thereby wasting it; applying the liquid with my fingers tends to result in a thicker, obvious (chalky-looking) lay
  2. Can a kind soul help me? After using a thin layer of MoM on my face in the morning, when I wash my face using a cleanser at night, will the layer like stop my salicylic acid cleanser's ability to unclog my pores and do its work etc? And after that I would put my spot treatment serum would it affect the serum acne-clearing ability too? Cuz I heard the layer of MoM stays on even after washing?
  3. Can Milk of Magnesia Applied Topically Help with Acne?

    What Is Milk of Magnesia? What Is Milk of Magnesia Used For? Does Milk of Magnesia Work for Acne? Side Effects of Milk of Magnesia Applied Topically The Bottom Line Milk of magnesia is an over-the-counter oral medication for relieving indigestion, constipation, heartburn, and upset stomach. Although milk of magnesia is only sold for oral use, some people with acne apply it topically in an attempt to treat acne breakouts and improve the appearance of...
  4. hey guys just wanted to share that applying milk of magnesia and cornstarch on your face can significantly control oiliness 1. apply MoM to your face 2. wait MoM to dry 3. add another layer to your T zone 4. wait to dry 5. mix your moisturizer or sunblock with cornstarch 6. apply to face *dont put too much cornstarch or you'll end up having a white face **after applying this, small streaks of white residue will form so you can just add moisturizer/sunblock to that or just dust it off w
  5. ★★★Exercise Causes Constipation!★★★ One great medical myth, prevailing for 2000 to 3000 years, is that physical exercise helps in preventing and curing constipation. This false belief is still being dogmatically propagated all over the world by practitioners of Allopathy, Ayurveda and Naturopathy, and by experts in Health Education and Sports Medicine. All therapies based on this dangerous dogma are a threat to the health of many patients. I have never found any scienti
  6. This is a very long story sorry I got excited. I have had acne since I started high school. It started off slowly and eventually covered my whole face and now has moved to below my chin. I went to a dermatologist and was put on 10% benzoyl peroxide solution by Clean and Clear for the mornings, then Tazorac (0.05%) at night before I go to bed. Also I had doxycylcline hyclate as the inside antibiotic. I was told that my acne was gonna get way worse then it was gonna get better and I should see