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  1. Revised due to: caffeine's effect on melatonin, and folate's ability to influence light-induced melatonin suppression. Morning EGCG + caffeine along with moving folate intake to evening is about the only significant trick I've discovered in the last couple of years. Recap: Zinc is one of the longest-studied nutrients that correlates with statistically significantly less acne. Some months years ago, I discovered that around 200mg/day of zinc picolinate could, under some circumstances, make m
  2. which is the best nd which hv u tried n how it worked? is this ok to get http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00J5N0Y4U?psc=1 if u dnt know wht it is, read this http://clearskinweekend.com/index.php?route=pavblog/blog&id=20 it has been mentioned on this forum many times too.. pls answer this asap cos i wanna get all the stuff tomorrow or day after
  3. Alright folks. Here it goes. The only thing that has ever worked for my acne is BP, but I can't use it very often because my skin is so sensitive. I mean if I so much as touch my face it turns red. So I've been reading a lot of posts on AcneEinstein, which is natural, science based treatments for acne, and I read one post that shows green tea is just as effective as BP for acne without all the side effects. I also read that antioxidants are very good for acne, especially Niacinamide and SAP (a v
  4. Hey guys! I've recently introduced Niacinamide (Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% by The Ordinary) into my skin care regime and I was just wondering if it would create or cause a negative reaction on my skin. I'm planning on applying the Niacinamide first, then wait a bit for it to absorb. Once done, I'd layer the AHA Lotion (Acne.org) on top. Does this sound suitable? Please let me know, any responses are much appreciated! Thanks
  5. I'm curious about any experiences you guys have had with the following ingredients and their supposed benefits. What products have you tried with any of these, and how did they work for you? Sea kelp (aka bioferment products) - anti-inflammatory and antioxidant Nobiletin - antibacterial, antioxidant, sebum inhibition Dimethlaminoethanol (DMAE Bitartrate) - anti-inflammatory, firming Niacinamide (Vitamin B3) - anti-inflammatory, even skin tone Argan oil - anti-inflammatory
  6. I am so thankful to this forum because a post made back in 2010 from a user named RedMarkedGirl changed my life. After I weaned my second child from breastfeeding, my skin went nuts. Giant nodule-like jawline cystic acne that hurt and felt itchy attacked my face every month around ovulation, and took forever to heal, only for more to surface. Also large pimples spotted my t-zone. It was so upsetting, and I tried it all. Even going back on the pill did nothing for me. After nearly 3 years of
  7. I have had these brownish dark spots under my eyes for a few months, and at first I thought it was just dark circles or hyperpigmentation but now I'm pretty sure they are melasma. I probably got it from hormonal imbalances since it started appearing in the wintertime, and I think it may have gotten worse with sunlight although I always wear sunscreen outside. Does anyone know anything that would help it? I'm hoping that by reducing stress and trying to balance my hormones naturally & with vi
  8. Hi everyone, I visited a dermatologist today because I have been having some facial redness, and he said I could have rosacea, in addition to acne scarring. He prescribed a vitamin cocktail called Nicadan, which basically contains niacinamide and other vitamins & minerals (you can look it up for specifics). Apparently the combination and dosage is scientifically proven to work, so I'm willing to give it a go, although I'm not excited about some of the fillers in the capsule. Has anyone tried
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