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  1. So this is my first entry, and I think I should start with who I am. Maybe this will help you relate and maybe stuff that helps me will help you! So I'm a 21 year old girl with not too severe acne but enough acne to lower my self-esteem. My journey so far: I had baby skin throughout puberty. Like. My skin was epic. Beautiful. Made from the gods. Okay, maybe not that good but you get the picture. And then it slowly said "F you UnspoiledDude, F you!" and changed into this mess of a skin.
  2. This is what I do each day... and it seems to be working for me at the moment which is a nice change... Before I set my face to the sun and place my feet in the grass... -Wash face with warm then cold water -Clindatech antibiotic topical thingy -Bellaboo moisturiser Afternoon dirt and pollution if need be... -Witch hazel wipe -Bellaboo moisturiser The last glimpse of day... -Wash face with warm then cold water -Epiduo topical cream -Bellaboo moisturiser Throughout the day
  3. They got me. For years, the dietary supplement industry has been tricking me into buying and consuming poison. The poison is not in the nutrients, but in the pills themselves. Fillers, coatings, glazes, lubricants, coloring, preservatives and sweeteners in pills are all most likely toxic. The manufacturers put these ingredients in pills to make it cheaper and easier to produce them, at the expense of your health. They do this with oral prescriptions as well. Here is a list of some common toxi
  4. I have just been prescribed Trimethoprim, an antibiotic commonly used for bladder infections?? It has been given to me to treat my recurring/stubborn acne. It is 200mg and I have to take one tablet twice a day. My question is, when exactly should I take the tablets? How many hours should I wait before each dose? Should I have them on an empty stomach?
  5. So to sum it up.. I'm a month off a 8-9 months Accutane prescription.. I started at 20 and ended at 70. I'm an 18 year old 69-70kg and 6,2" male (for reference) and now for some reason I'm getting little red bumps/pimples on my face.. I wouldn't call it a breakout but they're definitely there! I can't go back to having acne..it ruined my teen years and confidence.. My skin had been clear since march 2015 due to Accutane and since I've regained my confidence and actually want to go out and bee
  6. so i'm on 30mg a day and also take a fish oil capsule. i have to take three pills a day as i was given a few boxes containing 20mg tablets and a few boxes containing 5mg tablets. before i was given them i was told the usual routine information including to take them with a high fat meal, however i was then also told to try and avoid high fat foods i don't really have many high fat foods anyway so i've just stuck to my normal diet, which is why i got the fish oil capsules. i've just been taking
  7. I'm really self conscious about my acne, and always wear makeup to cover it, I don't even like not wearing makeup in front of my friends at sleepovers and such. Anyways I really feel like my acne is pretty bad, I do see the dermatologist but I wanted others opinions. So how bad do YOU think my acne is on a scale of 1 to 10 (with 10 being the worst/severe)?? Thanks everyone x (Also my eyes are hidden in the photo for privacy reasons )
  8. So I've always wondered how I can optimize and make my personal regimen more efficient at what it does, all while benefiting my health (I drink tons of water, eat a lot of greens - I have Celiac disease so I don't have much choice - etc...) I had my mom pick up some Zinc supplement tablets today and I took one after eating my dinner because of the side effects if you don't take it with food. Now, my supplement is only 10mg. I'm thinking of taking it both morning and night (after dinner) to se