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I have been dealing with mild acne for the past 3-4 years, have tried birth control, Proactiv, the regimen, and just about every over the counter treatment under the sun. I had it moderately under control for the past few years, but now that I'm in my final semester of nursing school, my acne has been at it's absolute worst. Things that may/may not be contributing: Night shift/lack of sleep: my clinical rotation is on the night shift in the hospital, from 7pm-7:30am the next day. Ever sin
Hi guys, I was wondering if anyone can give any good tips on how to approach night shift (I do 12 hour shift for 2 weeks every six weeks, than 2 weeks Days shift) - Just wondering how i can stop blemishes from appearing and my skin to stop becoming oily. thanks in advance.
I have been suffering with moderate to sometimes extreme acne for 8 years. My skin is horribly stubborn. Ive tried every damn thing, from cleansers, benzoyl peroxide, taking vit a, d, e, zinc, all the recommended supplements. I was always conscious on my food intake too, at some point I cut out all sugar, sodium, carbs, all the stuff that you "think" may cause acne. The best results ive seen, was when I started supplementing Vit D and Vit A. Until I started my nightshift job. I have to wake