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I don't have a lot of acne, infact what I do have is negligible, his was actually helpful and makes my skin feel geeewd. Thanks.
Did you try it???
The only things I bought in this were Mizon Aha/Bha and a microfibre towel. Works pretty well from my experience.
That's good to hear! I hope you get awesome skin and feel good about it. :)
when I Was 17 I had terrible acne. I just robbed vodka all over my face and it kind of worked.
Where did you get the idea?
Figured it out myself. Alcohol is used to disinfect wounds, ergo it can disinfect my face. There are better ways though.
Hmm the widespread opinion is that it's very risky to put alcohol on your face. But I'm glad it turned out well for you.
I have little to zero acne, but does this also help with dark spots?
It doesn't. It's good for generally maintaining clean, healthy skin though.
I'm making a new section for pigmentation & dark spots. I'll send you a PM when it's done.
Sorry I kind of slacked on this post. I completed the section, not sure if it helps, but do check it out.
I actually don't have much to say regarding spots because I didn't have obvious ones. Though I've used ingredients #1, #2, #3, and #4 just to see what happens.
They might have had an effect but it took so long that I didn't notice any difference. People have commented about my "healthy" skin though, so there's that.
Fuck you, I'll clean my face with my dick towel if I want to.
God bless you...
Sounds like an awful lot of chemicals to put on your skin here. Hope you're only using the good stuff (natural ingredients without side-effects).
As for sunscreen: important to have a type that protects against both UVB and UVA, as most cheap brands only protect against the former, which is the type of radiation that helps you produce D-Vitamin, and not the type that goes through your tissue and causes damage. So it'll look like it's working, but you'll be burning on the inside. Better just get moderate doses of sun, build up a natural tan/resistance, and not get burnt. D-Vitamin is absorbed through the skin too, so showering right after you've been outside is not a good idea either. In fact: too much showering in general is bad for the skin, what with all the chemicals we have in our water that dry out the skin. Shower heads with build-in filters can work wonders for the skin too.
Anyway, the general advice at the bottom: great advice. I don't do enough of 1. or 2. (doesn't really matter as long as the bed's clean though), but they make a huge difference. Good read.