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  1. angiepants

    Day 4

    All pimples are continuously going down in size except for these 3 massive ones on my forehead. I do feel like this process has already helped with the redness. I'm thinking of maybe making the water I use only be cold.
  2. angiepants

    Day 6

    Skipped a day because skin was pretty much the same. I noticed that I don't have any huge pimples on my cheeks anymore but i do have a lot of those flesh colored bumps and small whiteheads all over. My forehead still has those 4 huge pimples on it though ugh. I wish there was a magical way for them to be gone by Thursday because it's my cousins graduation. Oh well, one can pray and hope lol
  3. angiepants

    Day 2

    May be the placebo effect but skin looks less red. i had a white head just fall out as I applied makeup which has never happened before! However, I do have a bunch of other whiteheads that have started protruding and they're super tempting to pick
  4. The one thing I've kept consistent over 12 years (yikes) of acne is washing my face RELIGIOUSLY, WITHOUT FAIL, morning and night... So after coming across thelovevitamin.com and reading about the caveman/no wash method... I thought, well, maybe that's been my mistake. But I'm a skeptic. I've had acne since about the age of 12. Since then, not a single day has gone by that I haven't had at least a few zits on my face. Like every chronic acne sufferer, the severity comes and goes, but right now
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