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Anonymous asked: Hey there... recently i suddenly got a lot of pimples, i don't know why... anyway, i'd like to know if there is some effective routine to take real care of my face and skin... i'm kinda knew in this so i don't really know where to begin... i'd be really thankful :)

Here is a very basic outline :

Get a cleanser with either benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid. Use twice a day, morning and night.

Exfoilate once a week, with a store bought product of your choice, or a homemade scrub. ( Check out my other posts for ideas)

Always moisturize! Whether you skin is dry or not. If it is more on the oily side get a lightweight moisturizer.

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Anonymous asked: Hi my zit became worst the zit is gone but there is open sore and it looks TERRIBLE what can i do about it can you please help:(

Try dabbing some honey on it, and then place a band aid over it.Keep this on over night, and do every night for about a week

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Anonymous asked: I'm a teenager and started breaking out when I started hitting puberty, but whenever I get my period I break out more. My whole face breaks out they usually go away about 2 weeks after my period started. Any tips to help get rid/stop them from coming

This happens to a lot of girls. Unfortunately there is no magic cure, but there are ways to lessen the severity. Birth control can help lessen the breakouts around the time of a period as the breakout is usually caused by the fluctuation in hormones , other than that, you need to maintain a good skin care regimen the rest of the time… I plan to do more research on this topic and will make a post about it soon. Take care =)

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Anonymous asked: How often should I do the egg whites face mask? Or is the face mask even any good?

Try about twice a week. Remember, what works for some, might not work for others. From the experience I’ve had, the mask never worked for me, but it did wonders for my best friend’s skin.

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Anonymous asked: Hi, Is there something I can use to make my face like one colour? Sounds weird but my cheeks are a light brown, my chin and lip area is slightly darker, and my forehead. Like there's patches of darkness which doesn't look too good and I wanna get rid of that. :/ Thank you. :)

For a natural method, use lemon just to try and lighten the darker areas. And a good product to use is Even Better Skin Tone Correcting Moisturizer Broad Spectrum SPF 20

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Anonymous asked: 16 yr girl w several issues. My under eyes are very wrinkly for my age and have purple bags underneath along with those bump things. My nose is covered in blackheads that will not leave no matter what scrubs or cleansers I use.I'm really pale and live in Arizona,though I am indoors a lot and I think that and not using sunscreen daily has resulted in my fragile and already wrinkly skin. I have a pretty face but unhealthy skin for my age. My confidence would be raised if you could help.

For the “wrinkles” and under eye problems, although very pricey, Clinique Smart Custom-Repair Serum could work wonders. A lemon and sugar/ baking soda scrub will help with stubborn black heads. After scrubbing the area with this mixture (gently) for about 5 minutes, apply either tea tree oil or witch hazel to the area. And start using sunscreen! =)

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Anonymous asked: Have you tried burts bees acne products? Any good??

I haven’t come across any Burts Bees acne products

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Anonymous asked: I have back and chest snce and I've been using acne cleansers, but they're still there! Some of them have turned I to scars I think, what do I do???

I recently made a post on this, check it out.But you can use a lemon juice and baking soda paste as a scrub. That will help clear up the skin and diminish scars. But don’t scrub too hard!

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Anonymous asked: I have blackheads and spots all over my face! My chin, nose, cheeks, around my lips and forehead and it's just impossible to get rid of it! I really need an advise of how to get rid of it! Please help? Nothing that I do helps :(

Have you tried baking soda and lemon juice? Gently scrubbing the skin with a paste of those two can help. =)

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Anonymous asked: Ok so my pores are really clogged do you have any products that you recommendūüė¨

Have you tried using a baking soda scrub? It really works wonders. Otherwise i recommend the Garnier 3-in-1 scrub. I did a reiew on it not too long ago.=)

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Back Acne

 Acne breakouts on back, chest, shoulders and upper arms are usually much more difficult to treat than acne on your face.

Like facial acne, the problem of Back Acne is also caused by overactive oil glands leading to clogged skin pores due accumulation of excess oil and dead skin cells.

Such body acne can become worse due to friction and pressure on skin because of wearing tight fitting clothes, athletic pads, backpacks etc.

Moreover, sweating and skin irritation due to vigorous rubbing can aggravate them. Plus, they can become red and filled with pus in case the lesions get infected.

Symptoms may also include itching and pain in case of acne cysts. Thus, it is imperative to follow proper skin care regime to avoid acne from worsening.

When severely inflamed, they tend to leave behind acne scars on back too. Although this problem is prevalent in both the genders, it is more common in males as compared to females.

 When dealing with Back Acne, avoid wearing tight fitting clothes. Plus, opt for clothes prepared from light, breathable fabrics such as cotton.

As far as possible, keep your back clean and dry. In case you need to apply a moisturizer, use a light, water-based moisturizer.

Besides, carefully using loofah, brush or any scrub to exfoliate the skin on your back regularly (without rubbing vigorously) is a highly beneficial tip on how to get rid of Back Acne.

Applying aloe vera juice is useful in healing Back Acne.


Using benzoyl peroxide (2.5-5%) or salicyclic acid is a popular and affordable way to get rid of Back Acne. Benzoyl peroxide helps reduce Back Acne with deep, closed comedones by fighting off bacteria. As benzoyl peroxide cream or gel tends to cause dryness, use a moisturizer with alpha hydroxyl acid afterwards. Salicyclic acid is more suitable for sensitive skin type and helps to break down skin cells faster to replace them with younger cells

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Anonymous asked: How do I get rid of black heads In my nose QUICKLY! I've tried the cinnamon remedy, the toothpaste remedy and the egg white one too, and more! I tried out so many black head masks/ products, I tried pro active and other acne products, I tried that black goop and bioré strips, AND NOTHING IS WORKING! I recently started changing my pillow case every night so it's cleaner! What do I do?? I also tried squeezing them out it sorta worked but I don't want to make it worst ! So what can I do?

Blackheads are stubborn little buggers. What I suggest is steaming your face before trying any remedies to remove them, and then try pore strips, or try scrubbing them with a toothbrush and a paste of bicarb, and lemon juice.

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Anonymous asked: Can you help me? I just went outside for 2 hours in a bikini and laid in the sun (its 80 degrees here). A few minutes in, my pelvic area felt really hot and uncomfortable. It eventually went away. Now I'm inside, my legs and stomach are red but don't hurt, but the skin that hurt before is blotchy red and white (but it doesn't hurt). Is something wrong with me? For reference, I am a very pale, freckled person with Irish skin that burns really easy (red skin turns to light tan in a few days).

Applying some aloe should help soothe any redness. Try taking aloe gel and freezing it, and then rubbing on the red skin

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For those of you looking for a fantastic moisturizer, I highly recommend Physiogel AI cream… I have made a post on this cream before, but I felt the need to reiterate just how amazing this stuff is. It helps protect skin from free radicals,regenerates skin’s protective barrier, helps relieve redness in dry, sensitive skin and is also non-comedogenic.
This is the best moisturizer I have ever used… so far ;)
Get it here on amazon:

For those of you looking for a fantastic moisturizer, I highly recommend Physiogel AI cream… I have made a post on this cream before, but I felt the need to reiterate just how amazing this stuff is. It helps protect skin from free radicals,regenerates skin’s protective barrier, helps relieve redness in dry, sensitive skin and is also non-comedogenic.

This is the best moisturizer I have ever used… so far ;)

Get it here on amazon:

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CRaZy for Coconut oil!

Coconut oil is AMAZING!

1.It can be used on the skin as a basic lotion ,because Coconut oil is a great skin softener and helps you do away with dry and hard skin conditions. For example:

Rub into elbows daily to help alleviate dry, flaky elbows, or use it on hardened and cracked feet. The cracks in your feet will not vanish, but your feet will become softer within days if you apply coconut oil to the affected area.

2.Use it as a gentle, all natural eye-makeup remover
3.To lighten age spots when rubbed directly on the skin
4.To minimize and help prevent any stretch marks
5.As an intensive nighttime facial moisturizer ( not ideal if you are very     prone to acne)

6.Rubbed on lips as a fast acting, natural lip moisturizer. Perfect for chapped lips!

7.As a naturally antibacterial skin cream

8.As an exfoliant, including coconut oil as an agent with other exfoliating or grainy materials like salts and sugars can vastly improve the effects. You will successfully scrape off excess dead skin and clean out whatever substances have blocked the pores without leaving the skin feeling irritated. The natural soothing nature of the oil combines with the grainy, exfoliating material perfectly, and leaves your skin with an even color, closed pores, and a soft texture.

These are just a few of the amazing benefits of Coconut oil!

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