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  1. tomtom2

    Vitamin B5 Log

    Started off the Vitamin B5 regimen last night after reading about it for a while. I guess my ance is considered moderate to severe, this is the worst it has been for me. So I am really hoping that the B5's will work. I have included 2 initial pictures that were taken in my dark bathroom to track my progress. I took the pictures in the dark with flash to clearly show the extent and severity of the acne. And my eyes/face portion is blurred out to retain some anonymity on the internet May 12,
  2. skinisin

    stop acne fast

    Like me, more and more people are using Vitamin b5 to cure their acne. Below is some useful information that I’ve gathered from my experiences. How it works The main acne causing factor is oily skin! Vitamin B5 regulates your oil producing glands to a normal level, similar to acutane without the severe side effects. The reason too much oil is being released has to do with the lipids and fatty acid deposits underneath the skin not getting broken down and re-circulated into the bloodstream.
  3. I have recently added Vitamin D, Magnesium, and Zinc to my daily vitamin pile. Wondering what others are good. Thinking about adding Spirulina for overall health benefits. Also Sam-E because I'm coming off of anxiety meds and am a little irritable... I already take the following: Multivitamin Fish oil Vitamin B-12 Vitamin C Vitamin E Probiotics L-Lysine Calcium
  4. I wonder if it is possible to take in a dose, the tablets of vitamin b5, every day in an alone dosis, (5g or 10g) a day. To take in an alone daily dose to be mas comfortablly.
  5. TheBerg

    Switching regimens

    Well I have decided to switch from my current brevoxyl wash, clindamycin, retin A micro regimen to Dan's regimen. Should I expect some sort of initial breakout switching to Dan's regimen? I am skeptical, even with all the success stories, that Dan's regimen will work well. I'm gonna give it a shot and see what happens. I am also gonna start taking 5g of B5 along with Dan's regimen, does vitamin B5 and Dan's regimen work well together?
  6. whop

    Last resort

    alright here's my situation: I'm 18 years old with just reallllyyy stubborn teenage acne (probably a case of mild acne at times maybe verging on moderate (maybe 6-8 pimples at one time), not cystic and no scarring involved yet, but alot of red marks and really annoying), and i've tried EVERYTHING under the sun. Proactive just stopped working all of the sudden. The only thing that worked even slightly was dan's regimen, and with all the bp, my skin just couldn't handle it even after i allowed i
  7. last month my derm asked me if i wanted to take accutane, i told him too wait and he upped my antibiotic dose (DORYX 2x 100mg).. for the past month i've also been taking 7g of vitamin b5 a day, i've gotten some improvement but this week i developed a huge nodule on the side of my nose, i've gotten like 5 or 6 of these in the past.. its pushed me over the edge.. now my parents dont want me taking Accutane cause of the side effects, and my girlfriend doesnt want me too either, but i dont know what
  8. i dont know wat to do anymore my 13 yr old daughter has mild acne all over her face i've been to the derm and all he gave us was benzaclin, Retin-A .01% and .025% and clindamycin phosphate gel 1% and none of them worked everytime i look at her face it seems that it gets worse everytime i've had moderate acne when i was a teenager and i left it alone and it just dissappered i told her to leave it alone but it seems that its only clearing on the forehead and getting worse around the cheecks wat i
  9. Hi , i know there is a lot of information on this forum (and firs of all i want to thank you guys for this , it's all very interesting) but i have a little question to ask. Let's fill you in to start with : i'm not a severe acne-sufferer , you could call me a really mild patient , a handful of redmarks and the odd zit sometimes popping up , nothing too serious. I try to eat and live as healthy as possible , a lot of exercise (running , football , ...) and 'good' foods (carrots , tomatoes and t
  10. I have mild acne, mostly just blackheads now, oily skin. i guess you would call it comedonal acne. however, my skin still isn't exactly as clear as I want it to be. I was wondering if supplements would help or are they for people with a moderate-severe acne? And if so, where do I start. I'm completely clueless to it all and though i've read the pinned posts it's like reading another language lol is there a chance of them making my acne worse? thanks for any replies! Edit* Also I'm interested in
  11. I'm curious what fruits/veggies/and vitamins that you included in your daily diet/regimen, I've been reading up on some posts about Omega fish oils and vitamin B5,C and E. What are your dietary choices?
  12. Like me, more and more people are using Vitamin b5 (Pantothenic Acid) to cure their acne. Below is some useful information that I’ve gathered from my experiences. How it works The main acne causing factor is oily skin! Vitamin B5 regulates your oil producing glands to a normal level, similar to acutane without the severe side effects. The reason too much oil is being released has to do with the lipids and fatty acid deposits underneath the skin not getting broken down and re-circulated int
  13. I was prescribed three months of Doryx today during my visit to the dermatologist. I was reading some posts that say not to take multivitamins and was wondering if I needed to stop any of my workout supplements. I take Creatine daily, a vitamin b supplement, and protein. Do you think any of these would affect the medication?
  14. well basically i just got money and im tired of my fucking skin!! 0k what should i get!? i have walgreens and rite-aid right down the street. im thinking... 1.cetephil bar 2.aloe vera gel? 3.spf moisturizer...have mositurizer very good but no spf.eh 4.some vitamins? zinc or vitamin c? i have centrum mulit-vitamin but idk. anything else? my skin is basicall mild acne. but very red...like i l00k like a cherry:( and got some ice pik scars:( and when i wake up in the morning its like really ugly lo
  15. Soooo I was in Home Depot last night ...I crouched down to pick up some light bulbs and when I stood up the whole room was spinning. I have NEVER been dizzy like that in my life. I had to hold onto one of those big pushy things they use to get stuff off the shelves. They had to bring a chair over to me and some water. Very embrassing! I had stopped taking my multi vitamin 10 days ago due to the Vitamin A in there. I was actually on my way to going to get some individual supplements, like iron, V
  16. edmund

    b-50

    hey everyone i have a quick question.. i have a bottle of vitamin b-50 complex now is this the same as b-5 or does the "0" make a difference.. and if it is the same can i take this along with the regimen or will it be worse? thanks
  17. Naruto

    Niacin

    Hi I have used 3x100MG of Niacin + a Vitamin B Complex x3 for x3 days now. I would say that this has helped me at least 50-60% with Large Red sores. The Flushing is strange but the reddening actually helps blend in all those areas that look worse then they are because I have pale skin. I hope this helps and thanks for the member that first posted about Niacin. PS I am not a dealer or rep for Niacin! Also, I ordered from a web site expensive Niacin 500MG but I have only used £2.49 bottle from H
  18. I was on the regimen for some time, until I figured out I never should have started it in the first place. All of those chemicals really are not good for the skin, I still have fine lines and lingering redmarks from all of the BP. Recently, I've been playing with Pantothenic Acid (vitamin B5). I've been taking 12.8 grams per day, and I haven't broken out for weeks. Oil production is down, my skin is clearing up fast, and other than the redmarks still lingering from BP, my face is looking grea
  19. I have run out of options: I've tried everything for my oil production. I'm literally an oil slick. I can actually see the oil start appearing immediately after washing my face, especially on my nose. I've been on Tazorac, BP gel, SA, Vitamin B-5, topical Vitamin A, tried MoM, just water, no water, etc. What I'm wondering now is if my weight has anything to do with it. Ever since my oil problem started(January), I've stopped going to the gym. I think I've gained a few pounds and I notic
  20. I suffer from mild acne..I guess. It started when I was about 14 or 15, I'm now 17 and it's got worse over the years. At first, it was just a small patch between my eyes and the odd pimple on my cheeks or chin. I ate junk food, I rubbed, I scrubbed, I picked, I pecked, and I made it all worse. I had very little/no experiance of how to cope with acne, so can you blame me. Anyway..now, I'm trying to make up for my sins. I have some pimples on my forehead, and hairline, sides of my mouth, my chi
  21. Like me, more and more people are using Vitamin b5 (Pantothenic Acid) to cure their acne. Below is some useful information that I’ve gathered from my experiences. How it works The main acne causing factor is oily skin! Vitamin B5 regulates your oil producing glands to a normal level, similar to acutane without the severe side effects. The reason too much oil is being released has to do with the lipids and fatty acid deposits underneath the skin not getting broken down and re-circulated int
  22. LinkinParkFan

    Neutrogena Multivitamin Users

    Hey I'm just wondering if those who used the neutrogena multi-vitamin broke out??? I think i'm breaking out right now and have used the product for 12days. Should i keep using this product or just switch back to bp?? Thanks
  23. Hello, About 2 weeks ago I bought Neutrogena Oil-Free Acne Wash Cream Cleanser, with salicylic acid, and Neutrogena Multi-Vitamin Acne Treatment, with salicylic acid, vitamins A & E, pro-vitamin B5 and natural fruit extracts. Over the last two weeks I've noticed improvement on my face; the pimples on my neck are now getting smaller and smaller to the extent that the skin feels almost smooth, the two huge pimples on my face have gotten a lot smaller and, well, I notice an overall improvement,
  24. I have heard that the best way to heal your acne are vitamins, what would be the best vitamins to take vitamin b and zinc i hear the best but would like to know what good they have done to some of the people on here,i have been using evening primrose oil and it has not done a lot of good of late even to the point where it is making me pass urine ore than usual.
  25. timmoore

    b12 break out

    i took a multi vitamin with 300% vitamin b12 and got a flareup and plugs. i stopped and a few days went away. i took smae brand but wih only 100% b 12 and fine. i took the 300% again and same thing happended. then swtiched back to 100% b12 and fine. everything else of the the two types was the same. mens one a day versus womens one a day
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