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by Nobody: 8:27pm On Feb 26, 2011
Re: by InkedNerd(f): 7:55am On Feb 27, 2011
Well, you could try substituting baby oil with real oil or perhaps try applying a Clearisil moisturizer since you're already using the cleaner. If you don't mind me asking, are you currently menstruating? If so, it could be what is causing the acne. Oh and by the way, don't pop the pimples--you'd only be doing more harm than good.
Re: by Pweety4me(f): 8:04am On Feb 27, 2011
Dat's serious. . .lol no offense tongue

It'll be over soon
grin lipsrsealed smiley
Re: by Nobody: 8:58am On Feb 27, 2011
Re: by InkedNerd(f): 9:51am On Feb 27, 2011

And where can I buy "it will soon be over" cleanser from?  cool grin

Inky thanks jare. when you say real oil . . . , what do you mean pls?

In response to your question  . . Just finished

I dont really want to use clearasil moist. I want something a little more "stronger" I am an "aunty" not a teenager so need to start caring more for my skin embarassed wink

Well, when I say real oil, I meant oils that are plant based oils. For example, avocado oil, almond oil, apricot kernel oil grapeseed oil, lanolin, sesame oil, jojoba oil, olive oil, shea butter, etc. Just Google plant based oils for skin and you'll find a ton of information. The reason I didn't include baby oil as actual oil is because it is derived from petroleum. Personally, I'm not into the idea of using many commercial products but I heard my mom talking about using Oil of Olay products for beautiful youthful skin.
Re: by edmarker: 5:06pm On Mar 01, 2011

I dont really want to use clearasil moist. I want something a little more "stronger" I am an "aunty" not a teenager so need to start caring more for my skin embarassed wink

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