I have typical teenage skin and I was wondering if anyone finds certain things helpful for spots,blackheads and oily skin? Thanks
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There is no such thing as typical skin - we all have different things going on internally and externally that contribute to the condition of our skin. I am not saying that to be mean, but to tell you to pay close attention to your skin and health and not overlook what could be something important because you think it's what all teenagers (or middle-aged ladies, etc) go through.
Sweetie, can you see a dermatologist? I'm all for natural measures but sometimes you need medical help.
S/he might prescribe a simple lotion or cream or even some sort of cleanser or tonic that would clear you up before it gets really bad.
The only other suggestion I can think of is to try to get enough sleep. Skin rejuvenates 3 times faster while you are asleep than when you are awake.
2/b maybe 2/c. Coarse hair med. density.
Protein sensitive but can use occasionally
Highly porous. Color over grey.
Best 1st day method: Smasters!
Stylers: Mix Curls in a Bottle into everything for shine. Terrible pj
Sometimes try roller sets or use a curling brush - classic glamor. Every day is a gift
my skin finally cleared up after using cethaphil face wash and lotions. I'm allergic to most make ups and salacylic acid that's in most face washes. its just too harsh. I think the cerave is just as gentle and cheaper, i just have brand loyalty at this point.
Also, try washing your pillow case every few days. Your conditioner and styling products can rub off on it and then get all over your face as you sleep and not let your skin breath, depending on the products you use.
started CG on 6/25/12.
2c with a strait underneath
normal elasticity on top, none on the underneath
Fine side of Normal
Poriosity is a mystery. I think its all over the place.