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it worked for you and thats great but as i understand it acne has different triggers in different people. diet is a very common one granted but dont you think her doctor may have already told her to take that approach first or do you think she really does want to just look like that so she can trend on instacrap?
@wankiam Of course it's the first thing a dermatologist suggested her, these people don't actually listen to a dermatologist.They want a magical cosmetic fix that will make their acne go away without effort.If you look at her instagram, it's full of her talking about how skinny women are torturing themselves and about how she is happy being chunky and eating what she wants.On half of her pictures she is holding a glass of booze.It's obvious that she is one of those people who will get angry and storm out of the room when they get told to eat more vegetables and be more hydrated.Yes, acne has many triggers, but they are all fixable.If someone is still struggling with adult acne, it's because they are not fixing it, and in 99% of cases it's because of their bad diet, because that's the hardest thing to fix.
well its a good reason for my dislike of instacrap if thats the case... i won't be following her i can assure you
@kura That's good diet helped. Did you have acne like her's, cystic acne, or no?
I've had everything practically everywhere, basically.White heads, blackheads, dilated pores.All over my face, back, stomach and even my forearms.Each time I would shave my facial hair, my beard hair follicles would turn into dozens of small whiteheads.I still have acne scars all over my forearms and face and large clogged pores, but I didn't really have cysts since.
Euh are you that simple minded?Speaking as someone who suffered with acne like @wankiam said there a lot if factors you can't control especially more in females.Doesn't matter if you changed your diet or not😂😂😂People have acne because they naturally have a sensitive skin, stress, hormonal imbalance and more specifically PCOS.It's always a try and error to eventually understand your skin better and get the right treatment. Some people like you get it right at the first try, other people struggle more.
@Amal-ove I didn't get it "right at the first try" I've had horrible acne for 10 years.I said what I said precisely because I used to be the same retard as her, saying that I've already tried everything, while that wasn't true at all.If you have PCOS or hormonal issues, you get birth control pills to control your hormones.If nothing else works, you use accutane which works for pretty much everyone.If you still have acne, you are simply doing something wrong, and for most people that "wrong" thing is their diet.And most people are too lazy to change their diet but they still whine about having acne, even though they have never tried to actually change their diet.This woman's diet and lifestyle is clearly not good, you can't keep drinking gin like water when your entire face is a huge pimple.She is doing it to herself, I guarantee it.
LolI actually take birth control pills for my hormonal imbalance I took roaccutane and didn't do much to my face it just cleared my back.I take topical creams for my face and facialsAnd my diet is on point, I exercise and barely drink any alcohol and I don't smoke.Please don't act like a know it all.Acne is an ass really some day your skin is good and the next day it just flames up.Some people have skin conditions like rosacea for my part...I just find it really silly to generalize your skin onto everybody else.You're clearly not a dermatologist even, so why start claiming facts parachuted out of nowhere.
@Amal-ove So you tried keto yet, gluten free?"Barely any" isn't good enough with acne, you literally can't have any of that which you may be sensitive to.A glass of cola can do it, one yogurt can do it, a slice of bread can do it etc.For me, I can't have any carbohydrates other than legumes, one pizza will give me breakouts for a week.If you didn't yet, then do yourself a favor and go on a strict, completely carb-free keto diet for at least two weeks to a month.
I did try those diets and didn't do me much but loose a lot of weight and I am already very thin 😂I just think my skin is very sensitive and any lack of sleep or excess stress can irritate me a lot.Also the weather affects my face too.I tried changing my diet more because I also have a sensitive stomach and reflux before even starting with my skin. Reason why I cut down alcohol a lot and other stuff that trigger me.