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  1. Hi guys, So I have found out that if I eat all sorts of chocolade, I get acne on and around my nose, which is fine by me (I stop eating it) I also noticed whenever I drink milk, I get acne on my chin. When I eat a protein bar, I get acne above my lip. These are all avoidable for me and I can live with it. But the problem is that I get persistent acne on my cheeks only! I am allergic to house dust mite, so I change my pillow cases and bed cases regurarly. They are not cysts or pi
  2. Cure to cheek acne: breathing through the nose. Go on google and type: nose breathing vs mouth breathing, or anything about the too, and youll realise something as simple as your breathing can effect your acne (facial complexion). Also look up acne face mapping, and chinese face mapping for acne. Youll realise that it makes total sense, and the chemicals, lotions, creams and such are completely useless and harm the body. Its all a scam to make billions of dollars to support our bull**** governme
  3. Hi, although i'm new to the forum i've been following for over a year and i've finally decided to post. My acne is mild most of the time though sometimes it can become pretty moderate for a period. I've managed to clear it before using a light cleanser and jojoba oil in the evening only but i'm always looking to simplify my regimen so i dont have to go to bed with oil all over my face and keep such a strict skincare regimen. My skin used to be really oily and i never used a moisturiser after
  4. So I've been washing my face with just water twice a day for about 3 weeks. I usually get mild-moderate acne. It's been fine until recently and had noticed pretty decent improvements, although my acne had not entirely stopped. However recently my skin has become very dry and tight and I am noticing a lot of flakiness, mainly after i've washed my face with water. Is this what people on these kinds of routines call the 'dead skin mask'? Also I'm not washing with hot or cold water, it's kind of luk
  5. This is for people who have actually tried this method and had it work for them. I am just letting slightly cool water touch my face in the shower and letting my face air dry. The initial build up is pretty bad but it's ever so slowly flaking off and revealing healthy supple new skin. I am wondering for those of you who do this method, how long did it take for your skin to normalize after all the years of using products on your face? I only want answers from people who didn't need to exfoliate t
  6. Since i live in New Zealand, I was thinking of only ordering the acne.org treatment (2.5% bp) instead of the whole kit since shipping is way too expensive. I've read several reviews on the moisturizer and they weren't all that great. So I'm thinking of using cetaphil moisturizing lotion as a replacement at night, and maybe mix it with the acne.org jojoba oil as well since I've heard it is quite thick. In the day time I might use the olay complete moisturizer with spf 15. For the cleanse