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3 Blog Posts
14 May 2009
I cant afford any more expensive products for my face. And i need a really good face cleanser like example neutrogena, clear & clear or any other which really helps my acne and blemishes go away,.. Thanks.
Posted on 15 May 2009
yes there is.........i used to have acne too but now they're all gone. i used clearasil BUT before i used it my mom put cleandamysyn (don't know if i spelled that right) in the bottle of clearasil. it's in a capsule but it's powder inside, you just break the capsule in half and you pour it in the bottle...that's it! ^_^ try it! it really works! ^_^:D:thumbup:
nothing dissapears over night
you can try something with zinc oxide in it to try and dry it up (like Desitin) or using paste toothpaste *not the gel* on it at night to try and dry them up
wash your face everyday to help prevent them and if you have an exfoilating cleaner (something with those lil beads) you can use it every day. i have a TONER i use on the days that my face feels dry after i clean it. and if your in a hurry in the morinings at least wet your face and wipe it off that will help get rid of excess grease
i have a clean and clear and its working really well its combo - cleanser; moisturizer; blemish spot thing
rub someRub some coconut oil on blemishes area before going to the bed. Wash well in the will definitely help and for Apply a paste made out of ground mint leaves on the pimples and leave overnight. This will ease the pimples and clear other blemishes also try this its will
rub some coconut oil on blemishes area before going to bed wash well in the morning will definitely help you can also apply a paste made out of ground mint leaves on pimples and leave overnight..this will ease the pimples and clear other blemishes also try this its will work8-)
Clean and Clear morning burst works really well, and a little tiny container of blemish remover from clearasil works wonderfully as well. But fairy16s answer is an EXTREMELY good method. and on top of that, if you find like peanut oil? it has alot of viatmin E and prevents scarring.
yes, i know tow, and you can do them your-self at home... you'll need (for the first one):
one raw egg, a medium soft paint brush
1. beat it lightly, and apply it with the brush across the face, avoiding the eye contour.
2.let it dry on your face and wash away with warm water.
for the second one you'll need:
1. beat them until they turn into this pudding like thing. then put it on your face for 5 minutes. then wash away with warm water.
i use the brand St-Yves (which you can buy at a cheap drug store) I could really see a difference on the first day. And now i'm almost free of blemishes :)
Posted on 16 May 2009
the basics always work when the fancy things fail. i tried all kind of cleansers and finally tried the neutragena face bar and it worked miracles in no time. make sure you keep the oil down and clean your face whenever it feels dirty. i have the habit now of cleaning my face with water and a wash cloth when i wake up from sleeping and the bar at night to clean my face from the outside dirt. i also tried clearskin by avon (its like 3.49 for each product in the current campaign book) and that also helped. my brother has been using it for months and his skin looks great.
Posted on 17 May 2009
I wash my face every morning and night with "Bioderma Sebium". My skin has cleared up tremendously, it's less oily, and it doesn't leave my face dry after using it. It's made to control and wash away sebum, an oil that clogs pores and creates pimples.
You should try to change your facial wash/creams every so often, because your skin will get used to the medicinal factors of the product, and it won't work anymore. Whichever acne treatment you use, make sure to moisturize your skin afterwards to prevent dry skin and flaking. :)
Posted on 19 May 2009
My dermatologist recommended cetaphil cleanser its like 5 bucks and you can get it at target. Don't forget to exfoliate once a week. I read an article on http://www.bettyconfidential.com that says dead skin cells can clog pores so be sure to scrub those away!
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