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ieko asked:

09 Jun 2010

i have blackheads all over my nose and on my chin help!!!

well as the title said



i have used Biore

neutrogena

garnier

oxy

and loads more

and nothing is working O_o



what should i do??

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karebear10

karebear10 says:

Posted on 09 Jun 2010

I use the L'oreal 360 Cleanser with the scrubbing pad and it works really well. it's good for deep cleansing and removing bacteria and make up that may clog your pores. There's four different kinds, so you can choose the kind most suitable for your skin. Hope this helps! (:

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gosupermodel_is_back says:

Posted on 09 Jun 2010

Acne is a bacteria that needs to be killed. Witch Hazel is also works great.. it is a little smelly, but you can use a cotton ball or wash cloth. It will tke away the oiliness. `Tea Tree Oil will kill out the bacteria or weaken it enough not to bother you. Apply it to the effected areas with a q-tip or cotton ball after you have washed.



You should get a good multivitamin(highly suggest) with vitamin a,c,e,d and zinc.. this should help tons! Eating carrots also helps.. there is beta-carotene (Vitamin A) in them which helps prevent acne and repair the skin. Take zinc, zinc is a antibacterial agent. Make sure to dink plenty of water and get good rest at night.



Azelaic Acid is a great natural acid that reduces the growth of bacteria, restores the skins cells and reduces inflammation. Try using a topical with Azelaic Acid in it.. it is safe.



Also, change/wash your pillow case and sheets every other day.



There are ways to put moisture back into your skin and heal it, such as: drinking lots of water, making sure you are eating enough fat/omega-3 oils. Lotions with mineral oil can dry out the skin, use one with out it! Emu Oil ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emu_oil ) contains vitamin A and E, Sapogens ( makes skin softer), and Oleic acid (a skin cell regenerator, anti-wrinkel agent) - walgreens sells emu oil.. i would think walmart would as well.


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