How do I care for my skin?

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Topic Title: How do I care for my skin?
Created On: 05/12/2001 05:54 PM

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 10/03/2002 04:21 PM

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you really should get to a dermatologist - there are multiple treatments they can prescribe from topical ointments to oral medications (like doxycyclin, etc.). Also, I know people have had varied results with it, but I've heard good things about the Proactiv system.
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 02/07/2002 03:23 PM

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i am 28 years old and at my age i have acne, i am tired of looking at my self in the mirror and seeing pimples all over my face, i have tried everything please give me some advice
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 11/16/2001 05:28 PM

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Hi,i'm navin and i've got a little problem which i would like to have some help with. Well once i got this really huge pimples on my nose and after poping it a bump was left on my nose... it's not a pimples.. it's like this little bump on my nose.. i'd like to know how to get it out...it's become the same colour as my skin now but it makes my nose look big.. well at least that my opinion.. and also how do i prevent razor bumps/ anyway thanks
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 08/17/2001 05:00 PM

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Go to your dermotologist and get him to prescribe Acutane. It is a true miracle drug. My daughter and her friends have tried it an it really works. You are only on it for 3 - 5 months and will never have acne again. It's incredible.
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 05/15/2001 11:04 PM

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Posted in alt.skincareHi Thought that you might like to take a look over my site to see if it can help, if you get no joy then you can contact me. Hope this helps regards Jacqui www.treatsbeauty.co.uk Darryl Licke wrote in message news > I am really getting annoyed with my skin. I inconsitently get acne in random > spots and I always have these tiny little bumps that if I squeeze this > greasy stuff comes out. Its not a pimple as scars are not left and the > pimples that I do pop unfortunately leave scars...I cant help myself. Also > if I wash my face it is left feeling dry. I use Oxy balance for sensitive > skin and a facial scrub sometimes. Any advice? > > > -- > > >
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 05/15/2001 11:04 PM

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Posted in alt.skincareHi Thought that you might like to take a look over my site to see if it can help, if you get no joy then you can contact me. Hope this helps regards Jacqui www.treatsbeauty.co.uk Darryl Licke wrote in message news > I am really getting annoyed with my skin. I inconsitently get acne in random > spots and I always have these tiny little bumps that if I squeeze this > greasy stuff comes out. Its not a pimple as scars are not left and the > pimples that I do pop unfortunately leave scars...I cant help myself. Also > if I wash my face it is left feeling dry. I use Oxy balance for sensitive > skin and a facial scrub sometimes. Any advice? > > > -- > > >
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 05/13/2001 02:47 PM

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Posted in alt.skincarePersonally, I believe the problem could be linked to your cleanser. If a cleanser is suitable for you, it will not cause your skin to feel dry after washing. Ive had such experience too, and I found that because of the initial dryness after washing, my face tried to replenish the moisture by secreting more sebum. As a result, my skin developed an glistening oily film. Also, whiteheads formed because the sebum became trapped in the pores. Many people believe that moisturising is essential after one has washed his/her face with facial cleanser, but I personally believe that if your cleanser is good, it will not leave your skin dry, and therefore you would not require a moisturiser to replenish your skins moisture level and lock in the moisture. Also, try not to use a facial scrub, especially if your skin is damaged or sensitive. Note : Ive even read from some websites that moisturisers do this differently; some draw moisture from the inner layers of the skin to the epidermis while some helps the epidermis to draw moisture from the air and locks it in. Dont know how far this is true though. But I do believe that certain moisturisers contain pore-clogging ingredients which worsen acne-prone and damaged skin. Hope this helps. Sweet Pea ----- Original Message ----- From: Darryl Licke Newsgroups: alt.skincare Sent: Sunday, May 13, 2001 1:54 AM Subject: How do I care for my skin? > I am really getting annoyed with my skin. I inconsitently get acne in random > spots and I always have these tiny little bumps that if I squeeze this > greasy stuff comes out. Its not a pimple as scars are not left and the > pimples that I do pop unfortunately leave scars...I cant help myself. Also > if I wash my face it is left feeling dry. I use Oxy balance for sensitive > skin and a facial scrub sometimes. Any advice? > > > -- > > >
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Posted in alt.skincarePersonally, I believe the problem could be linked to your cleanser. If a cleanser is suitable for you, it will not cause your skin to feel dry after washing. Ive had such experience too, and I found that because of the initial dryness after washing, my face tried to replenish the moisture by secreting more sebum. As a result, my skin developed an glistening oily film. Also, whiteheads formed because the sebum became trapped in the pores. Many people believe that moisturising is essential after one has washed his/her face with facial cleanser, but I personally believe that if your cleanser is good, it will not leave your skin dry, and therefore you would not require a moisturiser to replenish your skins moisture level and lock in the moisture. Also, try not to use a facial scrub, especially if your skin is damaged or sensitive. Note : Ive even read from some websites that moisturisers do this differently; some draw moisture from the inner layers of the skin to the epidermis while some helps the epidermis to draw moisture from the air and locks it in. Dont know how far this is true though. But I do believe that certain moisturisers contain pore-clogging ingredients which worsen acne-prone and damaged skin. Hope this helps. Sweet Pea ----- Original Message ----- From: Darryl Licke Newsgroups: alt.skincare Sent: Sunday, May 13, 2001 1:54 AM Subject: How do I care for my skin? > I am really getting annoyed with my skin. I inconsitently get acne in random > spots and I always have these tiny little bumps that if I squeeze this > greasy stuff comes out. Its not a pimple as scars are not left and the > pimples that I do pop unfortunately leave scars...I cant help myself. Also > if I wash my face it is left feeling dry. I use Oxy balance for sensitive > skin and a facial scrub sometimes. Any advice? > > > -- > > >
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 05/12/2001 05:54 PM

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Posted in alt.skincareI am really getting annoyed with my skin. I inconsitently get acne in random spots and I always have these tiny little bumps that if I squeeze this greasy stuff comes out. Its not a pimple as scars are not left and the pimples that I do pop unfortunately leave scars...I cant help myself. Also if I wash my face it is left feeling dry. I use Oxy balance for sensitive skin and a facial scrub sometimes. Any advice? --
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Posted in alt.skincareI am really getting annoyed with my skin. I inconsitently get acne in random spots and I always have these tiny little bumps that if I squeeze this greasy stuff comes out. Its not a pimple as scars are not left and the pimples that I do pop unfortunately leave scars...I cant help myself. Also if I wash my face it is left feeling dry. I use Oxy balance for sensitive skin and a facial scrub sometimes. Any advice? --
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