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Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Products I use around the house...Hydrogen peroxide

Try this tip: Are you suffering from acne and are wondering how to clear it up faster after popping them?

I started using Hydrogen peroxide on my blemishes that I have popped and it heals them twice as fast and clears up any remaining bacteria left behind. I should have done this years ago to prevent any scarring. It will dry them up too so it won't look as inflammed. Just use a Q-tip, dab ontop of any blemish or new acne and it will heal it quicker. I seriously tried using Salicylic acid and Benzoyl Peroxide and it just leaves my skin dry and red for days (to me it feels like years). Hope this helps anyone out :) and try to relax....breathe....OHMMMMMMMMM (-.-)

Monday, November 28, 2011

Skin care regimen as of last week

So I began using Cetaphil gentle facial cleanser (the one for all skin types) for about a week now. I think it has made my skin feel smoother, and the dryness around my eyes is gone. I'm using it with Eucerin sensitive skin moisturzer with SPF 30. I don't notice any diminish in acne though. I have some breakouts on my chin but I guess I will continue to use it and see if it makes them go away for good.

I also only drink water to keep me hydrated. That's my best tip to keeping your skin looking younger. I'm trying to avoid sugary foods because they cause inflammation in your skin and I'm trying to be healthier. I'm going incorporate more fruits and vegetables as usual and to start taking Vitamin D supplements 1000 IU. I read that Vitamin D can help reduce acne as well, and for people who don't get enough sunlight (like me) will become deficient in it.

Every morning I use Flaxseed with Omega-3 FA in my breakfast. This is something I've been doing for years and I think it is really helpful in keeping me healthy.

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