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... Yes, 1gram of B5 a day IS too low to cure acne. ... (67 replies)
... are you the one with hair loss from accutane? ... (9 replies)
Jan 6, 2001
... you can damage your liver or other organs by taking too much, because they are stored in your body in a different way, whereas water soluble vitamins are easily excreted by the body if it has too much. ... (78 replies)

... hey everyone, ive experienced a similiar situation as i was on b5 for nine months before noticing any hairloss. this was about 1. ... (40 replies)
... and btw, several people on this board have talked about B5 with their dermatologists. who agreed that it's fine to take if they're seeing results! ... (54 replies)
Dec 12, 2000
... months for the breakouts to completely stop. So don't get discouraged, just look at how much better your skin is now. Also, what cleanser are you using? ... (78 replies)
... The best kind of zinc to take is zinc picolinate. Your body can absorb more of it. GNC is usually your best bet for zinc picolinate. The most you should take is around 60mg a day, because too much can be toxic. ... (3 replies)
... counter skin preparations can actually aggravate acne. Stress reduction, nutritional factors and proper skin care hold the keys to prevention and treatment. ... (5 replies)
... they don't when they're gone, they're gone. This can happen by severe sunburn alone, but not nearly as easy. ... (8 replies)
... Exercising is another way to decrease insulin resistance. I too sweat during workouts, but I've never broken out as a result of the sweat. ... (25 replies)
... It is important to know that taking too much of a vitamin or mineral can be toxic and extremely dangerous. Each supplement listed has a recommended dosage that you should not exceed. ... (2 replies)
... that began when I was 22 and has been persistent up till now a year and a half later. I've tried minocycline, B5, countless topicals and cleansers and spent way too much money. ... (3 replies)

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