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kylee whitaker




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well im 12. very mature for my age. i love screamo/metal bands! i love going to shows, chillin with friends, riding my dirt bikes and four wheelers, and being VERY weird!!!!! i hate drama and the ppl who cause so much of it. im part of the "stoner/scene & emo kid" group at school i guess you could saMore saduisahduiash dsau

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hazel_eyes435 asked:

19 Aug 2010

Whell random question for a friend.. and another one

me and my friend was hangin out an like we went to the pool an she kept her hair covering her back and i was like why is ur hair covering ur back? (not my exact words cuz i do swear alot) and she showed me and she has like tons of zits all over and she asked me what to do and i said idk i'll try to help but AH IDK WHAT TO DO!!!!! oh and heres a question from me and her; we both have exema (or however u spell that) and on our arms we get dry patches and they turn into rashes and i went to the skin doc dude and he was no help so maybe some help from ya'll? that would be tight




its_just_dee says:

Posted on 19 Aug 2010

I have eczema as well (its very mild and I get it on my fingers/toes) I use cetaphil body wash and lotion, which was what my doctor has been telling me to use for years. After I used cetaphil, my eczema went away, it just recently came back, but it's going away again after using my soap and lotion. You can find eczema at your local drugstore (I get mine at wal-mart)

Hope that hoped (:


its_just_dee says:

Posted on 19 Aug 2010

sorry i ment you can find cetaphil at wal-mart lol


billieprox says:

Posted on 19 Aug 2010

goldbond medicated powder helps with back acne. i had it really bad and it cleared me up.


jod_mets says:

Posted on 26 Sep 2010

• very simple tip is changing your pillowcase more often. Oils from your hair care products and also just your natural production of oils create a loop of contact from your pillowcase back on to your skin all night long.

•Use a treatment. Kairos Acne Care Solutions Oil-Reducing Pore Perfecting Treatment can be used directly on the back to help prevent breakouts and clear acne. This product contains salicylic acid which is a mild exfoliator that gently gets rids dead skin over time and helps dry up lesions without irritating them.

•You should toss your loofah or back brush, (if you use one) after 3 or 4 months of use because they accumulate bacteria over time.

•Change out of your workout clothes immediately after exercising or sweating and shower or rinse off.

•Definitely do not pick at your bacne. Never squeeze the lesions on your chest, back or other areas of your body can cause unsightly scarring and blemishes, as well as the risk of infection due to the bacteria that can be transferred from your fingernails to the affected skin.

•You must evaluate your diet. Many people think that foods like chocolate, greasy foods, or sodas cause acne breakouts. When, in reality, there are no studies that prove that is the case. What has been proven is that the hormones that are added to our dairy and meat products can definitely increase acne on your face and back. If you are a dairy or meat lover, try switching to organic foods instead and see if that doesn’t help reduce your breakouts.

•Simple relaxation is a must! Stress causes an increase in hormonal release, and as we just mentioned, hormones can wreak havoc on acne. Just some downtime everyday to regroup and relax can work wonders for our appearance!

Backne is very normal, but very hard to deal with. Never make fun or point it out.

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