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How to get rid of acne?

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Cut your face off , Like in Hannibal

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haha
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Proactive works

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I don't believe in proactive
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But thanx
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Clean & clear acne spot treatment

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Maybe go to a face doctor and they can help!

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what is a face doctor?
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Like it depends where you live. But they just talk to you about your acne. And ways to get rid of it and possibly give you stuff that can try to take it away. Or they will do a facial that will help your face
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I think you ate talking about a dermatologist.
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Well yeah I don't know what it's called its just like a type of doctor for your face.
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Toothpaste is USELESS and leaves scars!!! The best way to get rid of acne is to be ten years older! All teenagers get some form of acne because they are growing through a hormonal storm, which is adolescence. The answer truly is to eat real food and drink more water - fresh vegetables and fruit, much less meat and nothing sugary at all. An effective method you can use is to make up a Calendula Tea - a third of a cup of chopped up Calendula flowers (Marigold, Calendula officinalis) topped up with boiling water - cool and strain. Cleanse the affected area daily (cotton wool helps) and make up fresh Calendula Tea once a week. I suggest you book an appointment with a Naturopath, Herbalist or Homeopath and they will guide you towards a beautiful complexion.

Amazon.com has many low-cost books that will help with teenage acne. “The Clear Skin Diet” by Alan C. Logan and Valori Treloar. “Acne: Facing Up to a Teenage Torment” by Robert Silverstein and Lee Ames & Zak Ltd. “Breaking Out: A Woman's Guide to Coping with Acne at Any Age” by Lydia Preston and Tina Alster. “Acne For Dummies” by Herbert P. Goodheart.

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Yes: I still had acne when I married at 21, so it does drag on for ages! But it does boil down to dietary issues - mine turned out to be bread. That took over ten years to isolate and, believe me: eliminating bread from your diet is DIFFICULT!!! Calendula Tea really does help, but that is not preventing the pus - diet does that. If you have a Homeopath or Naturopath locally, it really is worth talking to them.
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