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28 Dec 1800


Just a normal teenage girl, questionable about the teenage world. I came across this website because I was looking for cute and quick hairstyles for school, and I noticed that this website had lots of other forums about how to get rid of acne, the newest trends, what perfumes to wear, the "in" fashion and plenty of other things I don't really have a clue about just yet. So, I'm counting on this website to help me contain perfect skin, acknowledge the newest trends and accessories of 2011, and just mostly what many teenage girls go through to keep themselves prim and proper and looking great. I'm very glad I joined this community and I can't wait to see what else it has in store for me! :)

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ashleyrainbowbrite asked:

02 Mar 2011

What is the best acne treatment for someone to use who has oily and sensitive skin?

My daily Morining Burst just isn't working! Everyday, a new pimple shows up and I have no solution to the problem! I can't use some of the treatments other people use because my skin is very oily and sensitive, I have NO CLUE what to use! Help!




khadence1091 says:

Posted on 13 Mar 2011

My skin is a little sensative, so i have a problem finding acne products that dont make me break out even more than before. I found that the Biore things work very well, and i've been using the in shower steam activated cleanser and that almost immidietly cleared up my acne. I also have been using a mary kay product called Velocity, and although these products may be somewhat expensive when your dealing with your face sometimes its worth it. Cheaper products tend to work less, and for the amount you pay you get a lot product.


icare_hawaii says:

Posted on 04 Mar 2011

there is a famous dermatologist/cosmetic surgeon mostly for tv/movie stars in the philippines who just came up with beauty solutions for the oily skin. this is the first one ive heard of since i have oily skin myself. search her name up in google or something, she might have her products available online. search dr.vicki belo, or belo group, or belo beauty products.


icare_hawaii says:

Posted on 04 Mar 2011

try clyndamicin gel for the pimples. ask your doctor to prescribe it. use it once or twice daily to be effective on skin.


sjtishrgnd says:

Posted on 03 Mar 2011

I LOVE acnefree's sensitive skin kit. I wouldn't recommend the normal kind because I tried it and it chemically burnt my face (think of the worst sunburn you've ever had and multiply it by 5). I've been using it for about 2 weeks and the results are AMAZING!


ilovebenbruce says:

Posted on 02 Mar 2011

Try Noxzema, thats a really good one. and after you wash your face, you should apply a very small amount of moisturizer to your face, being careful of what kind you use, because your skin is oily. also, this may sound dumb lol. but if you dont sleep with your hair up, you should sleep with it in a pony tail. that may or may not help too. because you dont want your hair in your face while your asleep, because you have oils in your hair, and they could be getting on your face. also, when you wash your face, dont rub hard, and dont do it too long, because it will cause irritation. :)


marycat_cutie says:

Posted on 31 Aug 2011

Consider trying Proactiv!

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