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... I used to believe that i should drink as much water as i could possibly drink.. to drive out toxins, and moisturize my skin and internal organs. So I would typically drink about a gallon or more water a day. ... (7 replies)
... oily skin problem is exactly caused by your liver having too much toxic or bombarded with foods that aren't good for you, then take milk thistle or do a liver flush. ... (24 replies)
... Andwhy moisturize when your skin is oily? ... (5 replies)

... that my skin already has too much oil. Very strange! ... (7 replies)
... many formulations. If your skin is oily, you still might want to use the dry skin formulas that add moisture but not oil. Often people tend to dry out oily skin too much. ... (1 replies)
Hey M
Jun 22, 2003
... I bet D. would know, but i haven't heard from her. As far as my oil production, it is very much alive and well. It is not fading at all right now. I thought it was earlier on, but now it is really oily again. ... (1 replies)
Taking Accutane
Dec 19, 2004
... A ton of blackheads over nose. Healing is not a as good, places where pimples were are red still. Skin is beginning to flake. Lips are decent, nose is ok, not too much dryness. Oil production has been reduced dramatically! ... (83 replies)
DeeDeeWith3
Nov 11, 2003
... A recommendation to use RAM twice a week should not give you too much trouble. Yes, I was dry and peely in the beginning, and I needed to moisturize. Yes, it subsided. ... (11 replies)
... Wayne, you read way too much Paula Begoun. ... (14 replies)
... being linked to acne. That's fine, but you are what you eat, so I choose to eat well, which means plenty of veggies of all different kinds, whole grains, and as much locally produced, organic food that I can find. I'm primarily vegetarian, but that's just my choice. ... (2 replies)
... next day without ever erupting. I love this stuff. Anyhow....the dryness will go away eventually. I had such dryness for maybe a month. I didn't use any lotions too much though. Maybe to touch up some really dry spots now and then. I would recommend using the Cetaphil lotion. ... (10 replies)
... Also does 80mg sound like too much? ... (2 replies)
... Same as AM...If skin feels a little dry I will moisturize with neutragena moisturizer. ... (6 replies)
... Firstly, its physically IMPOSSIBLE for ANY foundation to last that long!! But, that said, this is what I find makes it last as long as possible and look as good as possible. Moisturize: After shower let face airdry and add a little moisturizer and add your foundation (oil free of course. I use purpose) BTW: If you think "won't it just make my face shinier?" and the answer... (10 replies)
Savere Sun Burn
Feb 24, 2001
... other than that, tea tree oil will help with healing, but, it may dry your skin up some as well. you could use it, but moisturize soon thereafter. ... (5 replies)
... I did the derm route some years ago, but there's much about common practices that I don't agree with, so I generally take the more natural approach to things. ... (1 replies)
... Dont apply to much stuff to your face because that will only make your skin more sensitive and make it worse. ... (8 replies)
... for me cetaphil was too drying, but it really depends on you. try both maybe...and see how your skin feels..if it is itchy ..too dry... ... (4 replies)
... months of this hoping the body will shrink the oil glands and chemically try to balance the brain. I also believe the depression part of accutane can come from too much or an incorrect dosage of accutane because it inhibits the reuptake of "too much seratonin" Then again i'm no MD.,.. ... (14 replies)
... not too bad. ... (15 replies)




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