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  1. Hey Guys, I was wondering what type of razor you guys use when shaving. I know electric razors are the best for us but I want to get a closer shave. Would you recommend triple, double, or single blade razors? Your feedback is appreciated. Thanks!
  2. So, I know this topic has been brought up a lot on acne.org: Waxing. My question, however, is quite different and I haven't seen this question on the site yet so here goes... I started accutane yesterday. I will be on 10mg/day as my acne is not severe. I just have small bumps and a few big pimples here and there. I love getting my eyebrows waxed (3x a week) and I live in Seoul, Korea and there aren't any places that do threading. Waxing and lazer hair removal are the big options here in Seo
  3. Hey I have bad hormonal acne because I am in my first trimester. I've always had pretty clear skin but it always breaks out around my periods or when my hormones increase (During pregnancy or when my period comes back after breastfeeding). I am wondering if Spiro is safe for pregnancy and if anyone has taken it before while pregnant. I read that there is no side effects or problems ever reported according to web md. If my doctor says yes, I'd like to take it, but I'd like to hear from personal e
  4. Teens and adults suffering from acne all over the world love Benzoyl peroxide for clearing up their acne. It is a very popular ingredient in most OTC acne products, and there's a reason why. Benzoyl Peroxide oxygenates the skin's pores, making it impossible for acne bacteria to survive. In order to do this, Benzoyl peroxide renews the layers of the skin much faster, making you much more suitable to sunburns. In the first couple weeks of use, skin will be red, itchy, dry and irritated. Side effe
  5. i think the heading says it all. i will just elaborate saying that i would like you to add your valuable opinion on what dietary changes,lifestyle modifications,habits and safety measures one should take up near that time of the month. i primarily talk about those who are not on any bcp or hormonal treatment but it should be equally good for those who do as well. add notes,anecdotal evidences or anything you feel or know is related to hormonal acne and it's 'other-treatments'. also,
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