35 Burst results for "Acne"

"acne" Discussed on The Beauty Brains

The Beauty Brains

05:34 min | Last week

"acne" Discussed on The Beauty Brains

"Exactly exactly into like a little sister. And i told my dermatologist. I take a sewing needle. And i heat it up to sterilize. It and then. I let it cool down and then i dig the million out and she said that is not what you should do. She's like no do not do that so you can go to a dermatologist and have them remove the milia out but you should not try to squeeze it or pop it yourself because again. It's not like a fluid or a. It actually is like a really a really hard hard piece and you can have it professionally removed. If you feel like it's not going away on. Its own doing what i do can leave scars. I actually have a scar by from where i did that. And i'm not gonna lie at hurt. And i caused a lot more damage and i'm like i should have left it alone however so i think ya and because it's not as it you don't wanna start putting on ingredients for acne because that's not going to make it go away so when you say are their ingredients. I i should avoid. It shouldn't really be what ingredients i should avoid to prevent getting milia. What are ingredients. I should avoid to not Hurt the skin even more. That's really what the question is. And i wouldn't put like really hard core. Acne actives on it because again. It's not as it. I think having a proper skin care routine with really Gentle exfoliating will help them from.

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"acne" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:27 min | 2 weeks ago

"acne" Discussed on Double Toasted

"The first. This is medicine to the fucking movie man. I got some right here shit decks. That's wants you to know. Kind of asked he's hitting because these shows on it straight up tables ready to hand. Wow yeah man up in there now she got home. She got on some Some some some some some leggings up in there but they but they wanna show you everybody leg as they can. This is a you know in the middle of movie that carry disappears man with a girl sunshine. She just gone he just gone and the thing is the whole time. You like all right she. She's mostly humans it mostly just some blond chick. Yeah who happened to handle cat ears. Which could be on a headband. For all we know you'll find out until much later like. Oh she's actually sells raisins. Yeah the girl in the sunshine raising box and they earn the movie because they feed feeding decks raisins. And i just. I'm like i'm confused. That's not that's the girl on the boxes not a cat. Yeah so what the fuck. Y'all doing i guess. I'll try to get around some copyrighted. Y'all can still cared still get away with raises use it. Hey i gotta have a serious conversation raisins talk if you sound his raises here gone. I mean that's what they tell you a reason. Why but not really killed her. She's what happens is she's the case that he'd never solved so he stopped being a dog -tective because he just didn't find out where she went. We don't know and they come back and tell you dumb. I'll tell you what happens with later. But the characters to propose and she just gone. That's right yes yes she ran off before you tell me whatever you got to say haul let me go run and do this and i'll be right back the character's already scary enough in those are the heroes. We just saw shit. Don't even get to the bill. Is they had to make the villain since they have to make them nasty grotesque. What chicken here. What she she got horrible scarred acne after they've joined the extra hot dry cycle don't their bodies in the toothpaste for.

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What Is Niacinamide?

Gloss Angeles

00:48 sec | Last month

What Is Niacinamide?

"Is nice cinema cinema. i'd also known as nico tim. I'd is one of two major forms of vitamin b. Three which is known as niacin. It has a water soluble vitamin which means it's not participant human body and you have to eat it and foods like yeast me fish milk eggs cetera or apply it topically to receive its benefits. Nice mind works with the natural substances in your skin to help improve. Uneven skin tone softened fine lines and wrinkles diminish dullness reduce acne and strengthen your skin barrier think. Nice in a minute as restorative yet. Gentle skin-care superhero helping to revive damage or dull skin. Cells swells reduce the impact of those dreaded uv. Rays are environmental stresses

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Why Your Skin Is Freaking Out Right Now

You Beauty

02:16 min | Last month

Why Your Skin Is Freaking Out Right Now

"I'm not the only one and signed that. We've all described as lockdown skin. So i've asked arundhati mama mia senior beatty rutta and fellow ubt co host to sit down with me and explain w t.f is going on without pesky skin. Hello and welcome ms erin. Hello how are you. Thank you so much for joining me today to talk about how ugly. I'm getting staffer now. Am i getting uglier. What the hell is going on with my face right now. Please listen kelly. I feel you so hard right now. My skin is an absolute been files like. It looks like a man. I keep being like. I'm giving you all this attention now. Why are you so mad. Why do you hate me. Why are you mad at me. That's like i just don't want midday mosques and ten thousand products on my face right now. So you're not going crazy. Locked and skin is very much a real thing. So i've been speaking to a lot of experts speaking yesterday about this because everyone's talking about it and there's a whole number of different reasons. Why asking is freaking out during lockdown right now so if your skin is a mess right now you're definitely not alone. Okay good explain to me what they said. Because it's not even one particular thing. When i look at it it just looks. Yuck hollywood you describe it really. So what did they say. What are the experts saying so firstly. There's like this whole big increase level of stress going on right now. So that obviously plays a lot of havoc with all aspects of asking especially acne. And those kind of like inflammatory conditions. Like eczema and psoriasis. Secondly also all now spending more time indoors and we've all got the haiti going. We've got air con and that obviously causes dryness of the skin mixed with the fact that it's also winter so dryness can lead to increased breakouts eczema and even that kind of periodical matatus which is just around the mouth. So next is the fact that we're online using zoom and i don't know about you but i constantly tend to just touch my face like the whole time so when i see myself on camera i'm always kind of just like picking and touching my skin which obviously makes breakouts and all these kind of skin problems a whole lot worth.

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How to Avoid Stress Eating

Ask The Health Expert

01:55 min | Last month

How to Avoid Stress Eating

"We nourish our bodies regularly we will be less prone to stress induced cravings in my practice of connor acne. I teach people that food is the energy of love nourishment you now. On the flip side stress carries with it the energy of fear and panic. So if you eat bounce diet that is overflowing with with plants and plant foods and everything is prepared with the intention of love. You can actually help your body and your mind ceelo nurse and grounded which can actually help reduce cravings so. I really believe that developing a mindfulness practice can help manage stress eating When not pops up. I quite often recommend taking time to learn. Breathing exercises a grounding practices or movements. That can really help you eat stress when life is relatively normal and it's sort of normal daily stress but of course you know when you experienced of high stress you'll need other tools to to kind of simmer back down and get yourself rounded relax recenter so just with most things you know learning to address stress in a way that will support your in nourish. Your body is a journey. So i would say kind of be gentle with yourself. Sure sow soon patience and self love because there are these are the foundations for why you may be triggered to reach her food and to reach for that stress eating type of type of behavior I think that one of the best things that we can do from a physical place to to change his habit is staying very hydrated so hydration is something that talk about all the time not just because helps our body function better from physical place by. It's also fundamental for proper energy

Do At-Home LED Masks Really Work?

You Beauty

01:54 min | 2 months ago

Do At-Home LED Masks Really Work?

"Led which stands for light emitting. Diode is one of my all time fave treatments to have done. And i know you probably feel like i say that all the time but this one really is. It was about five years ago. That i i started getting only locks which is a type of professional in salon light treatment and it helped clear up my acne more effectively than anything. I'd tried over the decade prior. Now we've done an hoskin expert episode on light therapy and what it does so we will link that in the show notes fee to get more data if you missed it but i'll do a summary for you. Led therapy is noninvasive. It's a treatment that uses different wavelengths of light to visibly improve in rejuvenate the skin. So it's actually nasa technology which is like spice in shish. That's the scientific way to explain. Nassar that was adopted by the skin. Care community thanks to its ability to heal wounds and tame inflammation and actually my lady. That does my omni omni literally said. Look if you've got a really bad injury. Oh cuddle. Something she's like pulpit onto the omni lock slide and it's really good at like healing and timing that inflammation so the different wavelengths target different areas within the skin by sending energy into the cells to stimulate natural cellular responses so the most common lights used the blue light frequencies which is typically used to treat acne. So that's what. I started with all those years ago while red is used for anti aging concerns. So let's chat about the at harm. La mosques that make us a look and feel like power ranges. obviously the ad harm devices a less powerful than the treatments. You'd get at a salon which means it'll take longer and more used to see visible results swear professional. Led treatment would have me looking. Glory town healthy. After a single session. It would take about three to four weeks of daily at home. led mosque to see the similar result. And trust me. i have done that

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Why We’re Angry at Our Skin: A Talk About Acne and Skincare

Almost 30 Podcast

02:04 min | 2 months ago

Why We’re Angry at Our Skin: A Talk About Acne and Skincare

"We were recording. We were laughing about a certain brands that was like really popular when we were in high school. Yes and i remember everyone that had bad skin and even i think used this brand for a long time. It was like the first three step system that everyone was using. And it's just so crazy. 'cause i remember it burning my face and being like it's working just all of these toxic products that are used for so long that i felt like the more it bothered me or the more it hurt the mort worked. Yes burning. it's working. Yes that exact thing. Except now i feel like. I'm thankful that we're kind of transitioning to something better. But i wonder where do you think that comes from like that whole belief with acne and skin that like it needs to be damaging to your like you need to completely reset your gut or you need to use products that are almost so toxic and chemically that. It can't be done naturally. I think that the has that same sensation. Where if it's burning as working and if it's not burning it's not working. It's a very specific. Feeling that people are looking for and i can only speak from my experience but i feel like my experience is i feel like my. A lot of people shared my experience in this. You're angry at your skin. you're angry at your acne. You're frustrated so you have this like angry energy at your skin where you want to burn it off almost like you're punishing your acne a little bit I remember seeking the burn and it's twofold because a lot of things that do you burn. Tingle are ex polian alpha hydroxy acids and those do temporarily have a drying effect and can provide temporary benefits. So you learned to chase that. That's like the cycle that you're constantly on so i think that's where it's rooted in but also like i remember. Even when i was clear for a while i would still be seeking a burn. And for me i remember distinctly just being angry at my skin like almost wanting to punish it and people do the same thing with scrub. They'll just get mean when. I'm coaching people at the clinic on how to use a scrub. I have to show them like on their hand with the right pressure is Because people will just go nuts and

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Dr. Dennis Gross LED Mask Review: Why It's Worth the Cheddar

Breaking Beauty Podcast

02:16 min | 2 months ago

Dr. Dennis Gross LED Mask Review: Why It's Worth the Cheddar

"Chat about some more of the best skin-care tools that are on your top shelf. Let's talk about led therapy. Because i know you're a huge fan of those too and they're so popular right now so tell us what's like top top tier in your books. The doctor dennis light mask. They also just came out with a body mask situation. You couldn't do either. I almost want to say the body. One is great because it's moldable so you can wrap it around your arm or your leg. Like i have psoriasis on my legs if i scroll and then put that that dr dennis light mask it helps it so much and you can also use it on your face but the face one is incredible. My mother-in-law has it my husband. Has it. I use it all the time. And it's this mass that lights up red and then lights up pink. Yeah it's amazing and so you can pick which which one you want it on. One is more for fine lines and wrinkles. One is more for hyper pigmentation. And it's so easy to do two minutes a day. What i've learned is there's a book called atomic habits when you associate a habit with another habit. It's very easy. So for instance if you everyone brush their teeth every day if you say okay. I'm going to brush my teeth at night. And then after i'm gonna put my light masculine. You'll you'll start that habit. So i would say like us the light mask with another habit that you have one of my habits is i like to read at night when i wind down so i put it on while i'm reading. It's so easy. And then i can take it off and be done with it after two minutes. You can leave it on longer but it is really such an amazing tool and i would highly recommended. He's such an expert. Yeah and i would recommend for everyone for anyone boy girl anything. Yes over this four hundred and thirty. Us dollars. i looked it up. And it's like five hundred and fifty canadian dollars. But i do think that it is completely worth it because it's got red light and blue light. That's getting that anti-aging and blue light is great for killing acne bacteria. So you're treating fine lines and you're stimulating collagen the red light and then the blue light is getting those acne bacteria so for me. I found this so easy. I have it on my bedside table. Actually too and i put it on first thing in the morning before i even get out of bed.

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The Problem With Long Term Restrictive Diets With Steven Wright, Founder of Healthy Gut

Break The Rules

02:09 min | 2 months ago

The Problem With Long Term Restrictive Diets With Steven Wright, Founder of Healthy Gut

"A little bit about this specific kind of issues that people could run into roadblocks with long-term restrictive diets. And i'm very much can relate to that with the spectrum of restrictive diets been on. Yeah so it's so psychological right. It's so hard to say. That diet alone is just physiology base that That what you're eating is just contributed a leaky gut and triggering your immune system intriguing. You're you're you're ibs or whatever it is you're bloating like that is just so simple. Not true. like food is the most one of the most emotional things we do on a regular basis and it's also community like we've break bread with our friends. Our families our loved ones. So i'm going on these diets. Low fat math specific carbohydrate diet autoimmune paleo carnivore like whatever you choose I do think they're really important to hopefully reduce your symptomology like like if you find the right diet. I think. And i'd love to hear your your take on this lauren But if you get that right diet intervention you should know in a week seven days seven days. You should see improvements in your bloating. Your gas your bowel habits your acne your joints. Whatever you're dealing with your brain fog if you don't notice a change in seven days either. That's not the wrong dietary intervention for you or dietary intervention by itself is like i said not not going to cut it by a long shot and so for people to just hold out for a really really long time hoping that. It's just an oh detox. Little bit longer got a detox a little bit longer. I'm seven die off a maybe or maybe you've made an assumption that your digestive tract can do what it says it can do. Or what may be medical textbooks sick. And do like you can actually create stomach acid and enzymes and do motilal and those types of things and now might be faults you might. You might be already so inflamed that you're gonna need support just mechanically get the nutrients out of whatever diet. You're on

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"acne" Discussed on The Holistic Nutritionists Podcast

The Holistic Nutritionists Podcast

04:00 min | 2 months ago

"acne" Discussed on The Holistic Nutritionists Podcast

"So it's really important. For lightning periods. Wasting thyroid function is anti inflammatory skype for a haskins Look pedestrian gesture is just like the superstar that we want we want in our lives By taking the oral contraceptives pill bicycling suppresses ovulation gesture iron. So that's my second problem with the pill And just a silent as well said the synthetic processes that you find contraceptive pill are not the same as Let everybody thank you. Yes i just i get sorry frustrated that a main just. It's not the same thing. And i i just if if you take nothing away from this podcast bought that i will be a happy camp That you know it's it's it's a completely different molecule though it like sound similar progestin progesterone. Ain't nobody fooling anyone. They are completely different and therefore they behave differently in your body. Sorry just as highly was. They're all the benefits of progesterone. It's absolutely not the case. If you're taking a progestin which is what is in a lot of these Hormonal contraceptives yeah. Yeah and it's just like a side Tangent because i love her tangent The amount of women who come off the pill and then feel like a completely different person in That's a big part of that right. They're just saying But my third problem with the pill is well in in this context is that it actually does to play a lot of nutrients that we need for healthy skin. Things cow vitamin c. n. a. n. Dot favorite children magnesium and zinc And then also obey vitamins and stuff so we need those nutrients full healthy skin but obviously healthy thyroid function and so many other processes in the body. Sorry you know like i said. Make an informed choice to you is the right decision for you. Then go ahead but make sure you have only information and you can do that. Cost benefit ratio. Make the decision for yourself sir but yeah unfortunately it's not it's not a long term solution. It's not a fake which is yet yeah yet hundred percent and that actually leads me to my next question because this is something that comes up a lot in clinic because well and it's i guess the question around on the issue around the fee around women who've been on the pill and they coming off the pill and they're really super worried about what is going to happen to their skin. What advice you have for those people. Yeah look i totally understand. This is a really big fiat. It's really common fiat. Particularly if women went on the pill initially because they had problems with acne. So like i understand that it's a real fee into kinda come off the pill because of what what might actually happen and unfortunately i do have a little bit of bad news when it comes to this. Is that post pill. Acne can often get worse before it gets better off and sometimes it can actually take about six months after coming off the pill. Sorry and the reason that this happened is because birth control pills like we talked about before that is the out endogenous production of hormones and that includes Suppressing androgen levels..

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"acne" Discussed on The Holistic Nutritionists Podcast

The Holistic Nutritionists Podcast

03:58 min | 2 months ago

"acne" Discussed on The Holistic Nutritionists Podcast

"It may bay that we need to kind of back it up and then movies like slow through the process of increasing things like fiber and minted foods and Going out going about it. A little bit of a different way definitely. Yeah for she'll own right. So supplement supplements is naturally the next thing that always comes up. And i and i am really fascinated by because i do think that there are a lot of nutrients and herbs. That can work really well and i'd love to he. What your opinion all like what your opinion is here. In terms of what supplements whether that be near unsought nutrients. I'll herbs do you kind of having your tool kit that you find helpful when you're trading and acne patient. Yes look at definitely lost the different things that we can try. But like you said. I definitely wouldn't stop with all of these things in the united start everything in the toolkit that we have because that can be too much. Sometimes so it's again it depends on the drive of acne unite. Us it hormonally driven is gone driven. Is it because as nutritional gaps in the diet like there's lots of inflammation you know. It's going to depend on the individual person the individual presentation in. What else is going on for that patient but one of the things that i love you know that i do. We start with his A good quality zinc supplement and lack with supplements not only supplements in the same. So it's making sure that we're getting a good quality zinc supplement. That's actually going to help as zinc is so important because it helps without Hormonal regulation so basically it helps to inhibit this certain enzyme which the nerds out. They is five alpha reduc days enzyme which basically is involved in androgen production. Sorry it helps to regulate that pathway. It's really important for asking healing that actually healing of acne lesions themselves it reduces the excess production of seibum and yet does so many other things for Home assistant to it helps with gesture Follicles lots of different things..

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"acne" Discussed on The Holistic Nutritionists Podcast

The Holistic Nutritionists Podcast

05:44 min | 2 months ago

"acne" Discussed on The Holistic Nutritionists Podcast

"Sufficient to stomach acid to so we require a Stomach start one point five three and a half which is really lard and the reason that we need that is to actually break down afterwards adequately so we can absorb these nutrients Particularly the ones that are needed skin. Repair to sir. And if we have that imbalance in sorry not enough stomach. Acid bicycling weekend ended up with that bacterial imbalance to You know cbo in. I know something that you see a lot in your clinic tree and between savo and acting yet. The guy is probably the most important place to stop saw. What a good summary. I love that because sorry sorry. True and at ease. It is so complex but it also doesn't have to be when you in the hands of the right practitioner on the right cantina. They ease a method to our madness often in working through a lot of these different things and just wanted to add to paypal listening. We've lost stomach acid. It's not it's it's often hard for people to identify Without knowing a guy what. What are the clues. sorry. Sometimes i like to share with patients like some hints that you might have low stomach acid A few feel quite full as soon as you start eating. If you feel like you can't digest animal protein very well like you have that sense of like. Oh it's just sitting in my stomach is another one Most so if you feel like you would be. It would be another one trying to think if there are any other ones off the top of my head. Can you think of any extras that. I haven't mentioned that I think blockchain is a really big one too not digesting Athlete properly when it passes into the rest of justice track to can we can have some mention unblushing and things like that happening to dichotomy. Carnival indicates that you know we might have an issue with a stomach Love it love. Love love at a k. So a spoken about got health in its role in acne and before we also mentioned that homeowners do definitely come into play he sorry. Can you explain or expand on what role hormones do have in acne yes Homeadvisor essential that we assess those lenses. Well when i talk about hormones until a few different types of hormones as well sir of all we have assets women's reproductive opponents than we have our blood sugar homelands analysts that stress horns sar festival when it comes to out out sex hormones. What i liked with this in. My patients are there andrew levels of testosterone levels To sort of simplify the price. Basically when we have elevated antigens his increases ask sabin levels Than we ended up with all this inflammation in asking and we end up with acne. So that's a simplified dozens of that but basically out andrew jackson very important when it comes to acne acne occurring started..

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Top Fat Burning Foods: Apple Cider Vinegar

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

01:32 min | 2 months ago

Top Fat Burning Foods: Apple Cider Vinegar

"Guys. Dr david jokers here and today. We're talking about the ten best fat burning foods and so we can actually use food as medicine to help our body burn fat. Help build lean body tissue muscle and bone help improve our brain and really transform. Our over off zeke. And here are my ten favorite foods and so let's jump right into this so the first woman to talk about is apple cider. Vinegar and apple cider. Vinegar is an ancient elixir that that people have been using to help with acid reflux acne to help improve digestive function for thousands of years. It's basically fermented apple and what happens. Is it forms into some cdc acid in this acid when you consume it you you can consume it. Diluted like a tablespoon or two and some water you drink that it actually helps to stimulate your digestive juice production so stomach. Acid bile pancreatic enzymes and the better. Your body produces digestive juices the better. You're able to metabolize food. You're consuming the less stress puts on your gut the better nutrient absorption. You're going to get and it helps to kill off bad microbes so pathogenic bacteria yeast parasites. They don't stand a chance against vinegar. So putting apple cider vinegar on your foods and in your water throughout the day can be a great strategy to help your body burn fat. Help preserve your lean body

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What Is Skin Needling and Does My Face Need It?

You Beauty

02:36 min | 3 months ago

What Is Skin Needling and Does My Face Need It?

"But what is needling will. I decided to ask marie coach. Alani australian importer for the leading skin needling tool dermot pen. And i got her to explain rather than my explanation which is a bunch of tiny tiny needles in union which encourages your natural healing responses by producing more collagen which basically just gives you a freshest and glossiest baby skin but let's let her explain because she is far more eloquent. Hello my name. Is marie in a culture laney. I am the founder and creator of to sell on professional skincare brand of cosmetics and ginger me since march twenty sixteen i've been the distributor for opin world more specifically the pin which is the world's number one and most recognized skin neethling devices. I am a beauty therapist with over thirty five years experience and it is without a doubt that skin needling otherwise known as micro needling and just more commonly referred to as the pin is one of my favorites in anti-ageing treatments. Why you ask well. Skin needling is a procedure that involves very fine needles that puncture the skin to cause a perceived trauma because the natal's moving out of the skin so fast and the just the right with and they enter at the right dibs. They penetration is enough to trigger. What we call an inflammatory response so in very simple terms. The skin thinks it's been hurt and it sits off cascade of responses that ultimately triggered various sell simulations things like collagen synthesis. So if you're looking to build out lines ring wrinkles falls to volume is the skin then the needles trigger the fiberglass to go back to work reduction of skin redness pigmentation not just short term but long term were sawn minimization of pours. I love this one here because when the skin pores are refined. The canvas looked so much more. Flawless is and so much more smooth works on tightening and filming of the skin. Eight is fabulous on scars. Stretch marks and even used to stimulate haygarth but one of the more innovative ways that we've been using the dome opinion is treating acne and so fabulous on taint acne menopausal acne congested skins those skins looking for decongesting and clarity and detoxifying

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Retinol? Niacinamide? Skincare Ingredients That Benefit Everyone

Fat Mascara

01:56 min | 3 months ago

Retinol? Niacinamide? Skincare Ingredients That Benefit Everyone

"We got this from a lot of listeners. There over thirty five. So they're already dealing with drier. Skin signs of aging. I'm guessing spots and fine lines and things so you don't want to overload your skin with a lot of stuff. How would you treat. pimples on aging skin number. One thing is started retinol or retinoid. has good retinol is not to drying out. It's a good over the counter. One so retinal other than helping. Your pimples is also going to be anti aging help turnover. Collagen give you veterans cantoned Give better complexion. It's like the. It's the most well-studied anti-aging medication we have. If i'd had dollar every time it derm came on our show. Instead retinol. I would be a millionaire. I would believe. I counted how many times i've said it on video. Every time we get a question like retinoids retinoid but is that sort of like no matter. What the problem at a certain point. That should be helping new. Yeah to be honest. Any patient over twenty five. Who comes into the office. Who's like has mild acting like Retinoid like start this right now. You know it's gonna really help you long term and so people like you just wanna prevent pimples from happening right the win a pimple there. You're you're fighting uphill battles so your whole goal with all the treatments you do for. Acne is really to prevent new acne from coming right. So you're not breaking us much not getting apples on the worst possible in all also using nice in a might. That's another good one seven cinema. I'd in Nice in might actually Hopes with oil production to in house with acne has also been shown to be anti aging as people talking about that ingredient ally. No it sent a new ingredient. But i feel like it's getting like a lot of

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IPL Therapy for a Flawless Complexion

Art Beauty

01:32 min | 3 months ago

IPL Therapy for a Flawless Complexion

"Into summer now and i think that you know coming out of kobe. We all wanna be gorgeous. Glory like yourself. And i do feel like there is such a focus on getting clear. Perfect skin you know. Want to get rid of the redness we want to get rid of the discoloration And i know to popular treatments. Both i p l and v being so. Let's talk about how we can sort of get our you know sort of perfectly clear. Summer skin And let's start with ipo. Can you tell people at home. Might not know what exactly i l is. Yeah of course. So i think the goal right is for all of us especially in the summer. It's not after any right. You wanna win our sons screen on hot. So i i am tense. Host light at stands for so. There's different wavelengths there's different size of him. He says that all vary makes them at your local filed. But then there's more advanced systems may be editor doggy. So armee machine empty tube company women at the bakery the first type yelich twenty five twenty seven years ago so they really perfected the craft. The idea was an ipo. Get ramp anything discolored. Don't on your skin so it's round. It's red bull leftover acne marv's labs modest so they really find soon. I think i have eleven wavelengths on machines you can go after every individual issues. That are to see

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Work in a Heel, Get Real

The Fashademix Podcast

02:17 min | 3 months ago

Work in a Heel, Get Real

"I found an article about a woman in two thousand fifteen who was actually sent home from work without pay after she refused to wear high heels and this received loads of media coverage around it and this woman essentially started an online petition which overtime gained a hundred and fifty thousand signatures to make it illegal for women to have to wear high heels in the workplace. The government actually rejected any recommendations that would require this legal change and they placed emphasis on the existing law saying that it was sufficient enough to protect women who are subjected to discrimination against the dress code blah blah blah of in two thousand and eighteen. The government equalities office published new guidance on dress codes for employees and employers as well as job applicants saying that the guidance is cleared that address code that makes significant more demands of female employees than if they're male colleagues will be unlawful and i think that's where we are at in today's society is that equality thing and i was thinking about this and i was thinking asking staff to a makeup isn't as bad as asking people to wear heels however the more i think about it the more think it's on par with each other because if you've got a perfect complexion and you'll graced with perfect skin and you don't need to wear makeup not me then it's not me i have to travel on but or if you have acne and you want to keep your paws as clear as possible. Why should people dictate to you on your apparent saying you know saying that. I don't think a uniform. This is a bad thing. Like i don't think a uniform is a bad thing. But i think there needs to be boundaries like if some days i don't because i'm trying to look after my skin a bit better if i if i were into work my boss said you have to wear more make up you have to wear heels. Well why what. If i've got a foot problem or trying a skin condition or all these things. Why do we have to be dictated this way but then it got me thinking god where where does it stop. So we couldn't and we wouldn't lecture in trainers and a hoodie

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Natural Ways to Treat Textured Skin

Art Beauty

02:05 min | 4 months ago

Natural Ways to Treat Textured Skin

"Thought sonya car. She is a true celebrity facialists. Having worked on everybody from blended paltrow to madonna and her beautiful daughter mimi to carberry. They are both now working on sonia. Takhar skin skin-care and of course have fabulous skin clinic in beverly hills. Hello ladies thank you so much for joining me today. I got thank you so much for having us. You have this fabulous blog. And i noticed one of the post was on textured skin we are now going into. It is like the kick off to summer. I don't know about you in beverly hills but here in new york. I feel like we've all been you know basically hiding under rocks you know and we're ready to come out now but our skin you know whether it's something like caritas. Polaris or maybe it's just we've got dry scaly skin we all want to come out and be gorgeous and glowing for summer Do you have some tips on how we can sort of tackle that when it comes to her skin skin on the face and on the body. It's interesting you bring out because when we were louis wanna right. Barry educational law goes on walk. The estimate just per website nobody talks texture skin. I even researched it. There's very few articles about it and the thing people talk about acne or wrinkles made even rotation but textures in anything as soon as you and you can't cover it with makeup sin as the light hits your skin specifically right now right this summer people getting vaccinated people are starting to go out and right now. Cbc just released. You don't have to wear masks. You actually go see your skin for the first time in over a beer this socket. That light hits your skin. Anything that's not baby smooth is texture skin. Acne dowry reina's. It's one of the big things that sony has been treating at the clinical. Let you talk about like honor. Different tips on what you happy. Ball but it. It could be from a variety of skincare dermatitis. Something huge at sony's been seeing in the last two years anything could really lead to texture skin

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Does Chlorophyll Water Heal Acne?

Fat Mascara

01:50 min | 4 months ago

Does Chlorophyll Water Heal Acne?

"Fill water. Have you heard about. This is something you can drink. Yes yeah no. I i know i know it is but i don't know which one you're talking about. Well there's like there's one that's literally called chlorophyll. Water branded really seems to be popular on tiktok and some other. I've just been seeing it on instagram. Lots of people like these. These supplement trends come and go with company in put out a press release saying that chlorophyll has a hashtag of over one hundred eighty eight million views so then click through the press and i was amazed at how many like nutritionists and dermott they were like reporting some magazine reporting some website reporting and making claims but very guardedly that it helps with acne. And so i went on tic tac tic tac. Sorry tiktok and i was looking at the hashtag. And yes indeed. People are starting to say core. Fil water helps with acne so friends. Can we talk about this. Second i dug into this. We got a lot of extrapolation. Going on and what happened is what i think often happens. With signs reporting there were studies that mentioned chlorophyll and acne. Okay but people are taking them completely out of context and not really looking at it so i just want to tell you what the two studies are. So you can judge yourself Was of ten people was twenty four people not a great size and they talked about topical chlorophyll helping with acne and in one of those cases it entitled show with phil like lotion that had the chlorophyll on it by the way we chlorophyll is a plant pigment stuff that makes plante okay so topically applied in a very small study. It showed a little bit of improvement in acne. This does not mean drinking water with chlorophyll is going to make your acne go away and on that note chlorophyll water doesn't even have chlorophyll in

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The Stinky Benefits of Sulfur

Allure: The Science of Beauty

01:45 min | 4 months ago

The Stinky Benefits of Sulfur

"Has natural anti inflammatory antibacterial properties. Here's dermatologist corey. L hartman on what you can do for your skin. Especially if you're prone to breakouts clears bacteria from pores that would otherwise lead to acne and helps prevent new bacteria for manifesting on the skin. Surface can help sibel production and so helps to dry out. The surface of the skin which can lead to less oiliness can also help unclog pores by drying out. Did skin cells hartman says sulfur is unique in that. It's potent enough to fight acne but easier for skin to tolerate as compared to active like salicylic. Acid and benzoate peroxide and prescription creams are washes that combine sulfur with sodium. Self the stem side. Which has antibacterial properties makes the ingredient. Even more effective. The only downside you guessed it the smell. It is not pleasant in fact. The aroma of sulfur can be off putting that many of the prescription products that contain. Sulfur are used as short contact therapy. Meaning that they are applied to the skin left on for a short period of time and then rinsed off after a while womp but that said there are a plethora of not so bad smelling over the counter options that provide the same sort of benefits though to a lesser degree. you'll often find sulfur and spot treatments and clarifying cleansers and face mass. In concentrations from three to ten percent the higher the concentration of active sulfur the more swiftly. It'll aratu kate beds it the lower the concentration the better it usually

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How To Make A Handbag the Old-Fashioned Way With Slow Fashion Craftswoman Simone Agius

Wardrobe Crisis

02:33 min | 5 months ago

How To Make A Handbag the Old-Fashioned Way With Slow Fashion Craftswoman Simone Agius

"Before we get into the angle. The i wanted to kind of pin you down on. Which was your suggestion. Which is why we chose you to tell you story. Let's just really briefly. Give us an idea of what these bags that you make. Look like well the quite graphic this symbolic of the moon there crescent moon shape which is it's an iconic shape it some inspired from vintage to some degree. I love seventies fashion and one of my favorite handbag. Brands is khloe in that style. Differently inspires me and they cleaned the elegance. They look beautiful. Digest just beautifully handcrafted bags though. So i'm not sure if the entirely so instead strike the not entirely hand-stitched there's a lot of hand processes though as i mentioned the the one or two at a time. There's a lot of glowing involved. We would buysc lose when i first started learning about that was also Basically which is extremely toxic to be breathing in all day and it was actually at the amid traveling shore when the women from attila was sitting in it. She was stitching a handle or something like that. She had the little pot of glue next door and shed the french translator. And i was like can you ask. Oh what's in the pot and he was like aqua. I'll like water. Water base clue. I get this and that was literally when i was like okay. I'm switching on water. Basically with doing that if as doing at we can do it for listeners. Who aren't aware of this incredible traveling exhibition that amazed which actually came to sydney anti melvin and traveled in all different countries. I'm not sure exactly. Where but i did go and see in sydney and the luxury french iconic fashion house brought their processes to a museum context in living way. And so you could actually meet the autism and see them do what they do is amazing right. It was so cold. I was there for like three hours just watching. It was awesome and the fact that you asked about materials in they told you help you and your processes amazing yet. Definitely we now by glue. It's an italian glue and it's awesome stuff but it does mean that we have to teach everything because solving bicyclers superstrong. It's what they use ensures where you don't need stitching to have strong as okay but with bags like when you see an acne bag that doesn't have the top line stitching and everything's bundled that's sullivan glue. Water-based glue you need stitch delays together. Because over time it will come

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Seasonal Skin Care with Britta

Keeping it Re.al

02:19 min | 5 months ago

Seasonal Skin Care with Britta

"Today we're joined by rees. Jones therapist britta. We have savage winter. Coming our way especially us melburnians. So britta's coming to give us the lowdown on how to prep housekeeping for those icy winds and long nights with red wine. Hey how you doing good. Thanks kate how are you. I'm good. I think so making the really long journey in. Thanks for having me. I'm sorry as we know we're going to the cool amounts where all starting to feel especially here in mobile we know what kind of savage harsh winters are waiting us. I know that when we kind of go into these cool amounts be change. How we eat what we drink how he sleep. It is a big transition for our bodies. Is it the same for our skin. Definitely definitely one hundred percent right with that. So as we kind of update out. Skin-care m i'm gonna use you as a of my own personal to do list And just make sure that. I'm doing things right with carriage so with things like retinal when i've used them typically in the summer my skin has been like hypersensitive to the sun. Is that something that i should be using more in the uinta yet. Definitely you can use it all year round. Bet at ease afford sensitize. Sorry obviously for a summer. There's going to be a higher you exposure right so you need to make sure that you using spf but even in winter we still have our uv a uva base. You need to make sure. He keeps his Skin protected when you're using your vitamin a vitamin a. Has lots of different names and lots of different forms. Sorry sometimes you just need to make sure you're using the riots vitamin few. And how do you know. What's the right vitamin av Sorry basically Tricky question basically With vitamin a. We have things like retinal retinol to hide. And the least basically just keeps going Some more designed for acne skins and some more designed for aging The one that we have at ray is retinal which i really love to really good combination Vitamin a. so it suitable all year round. But you just wanna make sure during the day using your spf and keeping skin still protected

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Is Your Acne Caused By What You're Eating?

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

01:41 min | 5 months ago

Is Your Acne Caused By What You're Eating?

"We have a tendency to think that glowing can be achieved as the result of what we put on our skin as opposed to what we put in our bodies in fact we spent over a billion dollars collectively on prescriptions and over the counter products to cure acne but eliminating acne as best approach as an inside job. Dr hemming recently spoke about this with his colleagues at the ultra wellness center. Todd lopin and dr elizabeth bow him. The skin is contiguous with the guts of. I draw a line on the skin. And i keep drawing a line and go down my tongue. Go into my gets done on my stomach and intestine. I'm still on the same surface. So oftentimes you know mark. Is that thought of that. Yeah it's a cool. That's how i explained to patients. So the skin is contiguous with a gun incident echo dermal tissue and when their skin issues think got. It's really a tube tunes outside your body is your gut yes it's true. I mean when patient with psoriasis eczema. Acne rose atia treat their gut. Yeah and i don't put stuff all over their face or on their body exactly as the inflammation. I get rid of that and it's like a. It's a really an american miracle i mean it is a dermatology is not something that i'm an expert in although i was trained as a family doctrine dermatology but i feel like it's we get the most amazing results just for something as simple as fixing the gut and changing the diet. I remember i was having a conversation with my daughter. You know about skincare products you know and okay what what's the best thing to use for my skin and and all of a sudden i realized even though we had been she live with me your whole life you know. I don't think i ever said this. I said what's what you're eating is so much more important than what you're putting on your

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"acne" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

04:01 min | 7 months ago

"acne" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

"Dumbest shit ever like at least insult them on like an ugly pair of shoes that there were like really like you do better. You know what i mean. That's always my thing. I'm like you're hating on some somebody for something that they can't control that just means you're not a creative enough hater so work harder haters. You know what i'm saying. Work harder bullies. Acne is like you can do better. I'm kidding nobody should hate on anybody about literally anything. But you know what i'm saying. Somebody said what's something that has made your skin glow on your daily routine. Do you have any product recommendations for me. It is chemical exfoliating These make my skin glow as fuck. I two that. I really like. I really like the bad habit. Total reboot aj. Jay chemical exfoliating. And i really liked the bliss clear. Genius serum expedient. Those are both great products. That i've tried That i have used to fully eight. And i really liked both and their great harum has explained why chemical experience are better then in abrasive exfoliating. So i all kind of explain the difference. Basically the point of an exfoliating is to remove the dead skin from your face so that you of get a fresh start in what i'm saying and a chemical exfoliating design from my understanding kind of dissolves the dead skin whereas a more abrasive kind of will like it off and the reason why chemical one is better is because it's more gentle because it's very easy to overdo it with a super abrasive expedient and that can actually be like kinda irritating to your skin so using a chemical one is much better And i do chemical experience about twice a week and it just really keeps my skin like refreshed and glowing and it makes it keeps it feeling like clean Because you know to remove all the dead skin and dirt from your face with just a face wash so using an exfoliating like twice. A week is my go-to. I love the bad habit when i love the bliss one. I'm trying to think if. I know any other ones that are good. That's all i can think of But that has really helped me like adding in a chemical expedient has been a game changer for my skin routine Post accutane because it just brings back the life into my face Removes all that dead chit so definitely would recommend those two and those are. Those are two brands. That i've worked with but i genuinely love those products. There's so many brands that make great products and so it's hard to just choose one but those are my faves on that note. I think that i am going to end this episode. But i really hope that my story was understandable. Like i swear to. God i like rambled on forever but I hope that it made sense. And i hope that you enjoyed it. And i hope you learned something from it. And i hope you could relate to it in some way maybe or could make you feel like you're not alone in some way. Whatever it may be. I hope that it did that. Because that's always my goal. And i love you so much. I appreciate you for listening and coming back every week. if you like this episode and you like anything goes in general going apple podcasts and give us a little five stars. It really helps me out and it makes me feel good to see your guys. Reviews also. Subscribe on anywhere any platform that you listen to podcasts. What else follow us on twitter at ag podcast that you can interact with the podcast. You can ask questions. Be a part of our advice sessions. Whatever may be. And i think that's all i got. I love you guys have an amazing rest of your week and I'm i manifesting healthy and happy skin for all of us because we all deserve it and peas bitches levy guys..

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"acne" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

06:29 min | 7 months ago

"acne" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

"Still to this day i do but because i think the thing is people think like drinking water will cure acne. No it probably won't but it helps a little bit and when you're struggling with acne you might as well do everything you can to help it right. Another thing is is. Stay away from dairy. And i know a lot of people agree with me. That dairy makes acne worse. I don't know why that is. But if i like a cup of ice cream or like drink milk or something i mean i'm going to be not only is my bowels gonna be hurting but also i definitely will pop a little pimple up. I find that like cheese. Because there's less lactose in it. I think is that right. is it less lactose. i don't remember it has less lactose. Siri google does cheese have less lactose than milk. Yeah okay so if you wanna eat dairy sticking to foods that have less lactose in it for example parmesan cheese. That doesn't have a lotta lactose in it. Because it's a hard cheese like hard cheeses have less lactose. I don't really have issues with those. They don't feel like those. Make me break out. But if i'm like eating ice cream that has darien it. Like i'm fucked. If i'm drinking milk. I mean god i never really drank milk and my whole life but like when i would have sleepovers with my friends and stuff like that like we would have milk and cereal in the morning and that should did not help I have a cousin who had really bad cystic. Acne and she cut out dairy in. That really helped her. So i don't know. I think cutting out dairy can really help another thing. Is washing your face in back immediately. After working out. I used to work out. I'd go to soul cycle. And then i'd just like go get coffee and then i'd like you know go get lunch and then i'd come home and shower. That had this bacteria sitting on my skin for so many hours. That would make my breakouts much worse especially on my back off. Another tip is honestly guys as another annoying tip but eating fruits and veggies. I know it's fucking annoying. But i find diet has a huge impact your skin to i've found at least for me personally and so adding more veggies into my diet. I didn't really eat a lot of vegetables up until this year. To be honest i would but it was not something i ate every day now. I make sure that vegetables every day and that has really helped with my skin. I mean my overall health to all the vitamins and stuff like that really helps. You're better off eating a bowl of kale than taking a fucking sugar. Bear hair vitamin right. So that's another thing that has helped me. that's all. I can really think of right now. Somebody said would you recommend covering your acne with makeup. I would say be really careful about what makeup you use because makeup can really make it worse. I wearing make as much as possible when i had really bad acne. Because i would just immediately see how much more inflamed would become after i take my makeup off so i would say my advice on. That would be avoid makeup at all costs. But but i mean the same time like obviously. There's going to be times when you need to wear makeup. That's totally fine. But maybe find products that are cleaner. Like i really love the ranco saas because they have much cleaner ingredients and personally their ingredients agree really well with skin so just finding products that are lighter and area and maybe even have some skin care related Benefits to them like you can find so many. Bb creams and stuff like that that have skin supporting products in like they might have moisture. I it might be like moisturizing or a might have certain ingredients that actually can help fight acne while you're wearing your makeup so try to find those products because that's a lifesaver. Somebody said. did you ever lose hope. A thousand percent. I lost hope bazillions of times. I mean you know especially after going on speier lactone. I was super down in the dumps. Because i was like this actually made my acme worse and caused facial swellings than i have double the problems right and it's hard but it's all trial and error and you know you may be able to find a solution to your acne. That isn't accutane. It might be like something else who knows. It might even be as simple change to your diet. It might be a slightly less harsh. It might be spared lactone. You know what. I'm saying like who knows and for some people accutane doesn't work. It's so different for everybody and that's why it's easy to lose hope because there's no solid answer. You just have to try everything for yourself. But i can assure you that no matter who you are you will fucking figure this out and you will get through it so i said how do not care about people making comments about your skin. Listen people making comments about other. People's skin is the lowest blow. Possible like really. You're going to hate on somebody for something that's completely out of their control especially something so normal like acne like come on do better that just shows shady of person. They are if they're hating on you. For your acne. That's like the lowest you could go seriously because it's not only does everybody deal with it but also it's so hard to deal with. I can't imagine hating on somebody for their acne. That seems just like the most low blow. You could do trust me. That says a lot more about them than it does about you. They are a piece of shit and they're not even clever enough to come up with an actual good insult because insulting somebody on acne is like.

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"acne" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

06:37 min | 7 months ago

"acne" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

"Didn't matter. I could literally put on fucking the most simple moisturizer and my skin would react whereas now like my skin is so much more resilient so that i can try so many more things in. That's been really great. And i mean still to this day my skin. I will break out if i use the wrong product still to this day but it's not the same. It'll be like to pimples whereas it used to be fifty and moral of the story is accutane cured my acne a thousand percent accutane cured my acne. The seven months of dryness in back pain and weird hot flashes was all worth it. It really was the thing that cured my acne. I'm never going to say oh. This product cured my acne. This product did this. This product did that because that's not what happened. The only thing that was able to fully get rid of my acne was taking accutane for seven months period but now focus on skin maintenance right because it's like okay. I worked so hard. I spent so much time getting my skin to this place. I'm going to take the best care of it. I possibly can. And so. I started watching hiram youtube videos. I started doing research on my own You know reading different skin-care opinions because there's so many different opinions like for example there's controversial topics like essential oils. Some people will be like essential oils are terrible. Other people will be like essential oils are extremely beneficial. But only they're using this concentration and all of that and i've just been very interested in that some people are like fragrances. The devil some people are like fragrances. Not actually that bad depending on what type of fragrance it is like. There's so many different opinions out there. Right so i've spent a lot of time looking into that figuring out what my own skin care. Philosophy is and then above all that just trying stuff myself. Seeing what agrees with my skin to build my arsenal of products that i love and maintaining my skin has become a huge priority for me because i feel like i never really took care of my skin before because nothing ever worked or agreed with me so it was just discouraging and i would just stop but now that i have a little bit more room to explore new products. I've been having so much fun seeing what's out there there's bazillions of products out there. Why not try them all. So i've been having a lot of fun with that But i think a lot of people are like emma. How can you be so into skin care when you are on accutane for seven months. Then that cured your acne like you're lying wall. That's how it works. Accutane cured my acne. But skin-care care and taking care of your skin is totally different story. I still break out here. And there and i saw products that i use when i'm breaking out because they help even though my breakouts may be small they're still there and then when it comes to day to day skin maintenance like moisturizing your skin every day. Exfoliating your skin a few times a week stuff like that no matter if you have acne that benefits your skin. You see what i'm saying. So skin-care isn't just for people who have acne. Skin care isn't just for carrying acne. It's also for keeping your skin. Which is an organ healthy. You know so anyway. That's my acne journey. it's been a long one and it's been very emotional But i'm here. And i made it through and for all of you who are on your own. Acne journey right now. I'm praying for you. I know how hard it is. And i know the type of toll it takes on your body and your mind and all that but just know that it will it will pass and also. It has nothing to do with who you are. I know it's so easy to tie your worth to your appearance. I do it to this day. But that's not reality. You are so much more than your acne. Then anything about your appearance. You're so much more than that and as hard as it is to believe that when you're feeling down in the dumps about your skin trust me you're much more than anything about your appearance and on that note. I'm going to answer some questions. First question somebody said. Does it get worse before it gets better. Yes that was definitely my experience. Like when i first started on accutane. My skin purged a lot. And i broke out pretty bad But i think the reason why. I didn't even mention that when i was telling the story was because they didn't even really care at that point. I was so desperate for results. That like me that like my skin. Pershing was like the least of my worries. I was like longterm. This is helping me. And the dermatologist. Also warned me that my avenue was going to get worse before so i was like ready for that right definitely did get worse before it got better but i was like mentally prepared for that and i knew that it was going to happen and i was ready for it. I was like fuck it. I can handle this. Let's do it. Somebody said if you never used accutane do you think you would have gotten rid of your acne. I don't i think. I may have grown out of it eventually but i think that the great thing about accutane was that not only did it pretty much stop it all together At least for now. I mean they could always come back. I might have to go and accutane again at some point but it definitely stopped it for the past year anyway Completely and. I don't think that i would have been able to get it under control otherwise because i think it was a deeper issue. I think it's genetic hormonal. And i think that those are things that are really hard to control and so no topical product could help me with that. I think accutane was my solution And i also am glad that. I went on it when i did. Because the thing is.

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"acne" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

05:51 min | 7 months ago

"acne" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

"A lot of people have the most perfect skin care routine on the planet but still have acne because they're acting as hormonal. So it's something that's out of their control no matter what products you put on your face. That's not going to affect the fact that your hormones are on the inside and you know they're going to do what they want so if they wanna give you acne they're gonna give you acne and no matter you know how many beautiful clean products you put on your face And i think that that's kind of what was going on with me. It'd be honest. Because i had something wrong with my hormones or off with my hormones considering i got my period so late and i went through puberty so late like i wouldn't be surprised if it had to do with my hormones and we never really pinpointed what it was like. Where am i why my acne was happening whether it was hormones or just genetics like we never figure that out but it doesn't really matter the moral of the story was i had acne that no product who've fixed not any facial not any five hundred dollar product so spirit election was the next option. It was meant to control my hormones. I went on it. I didn't have a good reaction with it. It made my face extremely puffy. And i remember my mom even notice she was emma. Your face looked so swollen all the time. And i was like i know and we couldn't figure out what it was and to this day. I mean we'll never know for sure. But i think it was from the spirit of lack down. My face was so swollen it almost would look droopy sometimes because it was so swollen and my acne was not getting any better if anything only getting worse and i was extremely discouraged and so this was when shit started to get really hard for me because not only did i have all this acne but now my face is swollen thirty percent more than normal. And that's when. I really started to get self conscious because i'm in front of a camera all the time. I am taking photos of myself constantly. And i started to not want to be on camera at all. I started to feel super unattractive in a way because my face was so swollen and like my cheeks were like puffing out yet. And i'm somebody that this little little little trigger warning. I'm gonna talk about my relationship with food for a second year So feel free to skip ahead if that triggers you. But i've struggled with body image issues struggle with body just mafia. I've struggled throughout my life with various eating disorders. And my face look like. I was gaining weight. Which you know not that. There's anything wrong with that. But for my you know slightly disordered brain. I was like. I'm gaining weight because my faces is enlarging when i look at my body. The rest of my body looked how i would expect to look based on my behaviors right like i am somebody that i was eating really well and i was working out every day so it didn't make sense to me why my face was like gaining weight but the rest of my body wasn't but then that started to affect my body this more fia and i started to get my relationship with food and a lot from this experience of this extreme facial swelling and my mom and i decided we need to stop the spirit of lactone. We both assumed that it was from the spirit of lactone and based on what ended up happening. I think it was. Because i stopped taking analog tone and my face swelling reduced a lot which was great but my god. That was a really tough time for me. And i remember you know when i was dealing with this facial. Swelling like like people were really harsh on me and my appearance for sure. Because i just looked different. I didn't look the same. And so people were kind of would say mean things you say like god looks like shit you know and i knew i look like shit and i felt like shit and everybody you know was like emma's content sucks now because my videos were suffering as well because i was dealing with this extreme level of self consciousness and i just didn't even want to be on camera. I had no video ideas. I didn't want to take instagram photos. I didn't want to film a snapchat story. Like i didn't want to be in front of a camera at all because i felt so bad about myself. Not only is my face swollen. Half it's like double its normal size but also i have acne on top of it and it looked like a bobble head in a way. It was so bizarre. And of course i didn't wanna make content. Of course they didn't wanna fucking beyond camera. I remember i would go to events in get photos taken of me and i would look at the photos in my face just looked so massive and i would feel like i just wanted to hide for the rest of my life it was just so terrible and also on top of that my acne so it was not only was that having this facial swelling but i also had this acne and so it was just. I felt so bad about how my face looked yet. My face is like my career and it was so confusing for me..

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"acne" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

06:06 min | 7 months ago

"acne" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

"Know. We're not perfect but when you go to a school with boys sometimes. There's this added pressure to be. You know super put together in a way because you wanna impress the boys and I think etta schools all girls that that wasn't there which was kind of nice. So i definitely think that helped with having acne because i know girls were wearing makeup at school like we were all wearing no makeup. You could see everybody's acne could see everybody's leghair if they forgot to shave their legs like it was all out in the open so i think that that was actually not a terrible thing also if like we were going to football game after school. Yeah we'd all put on makeup and cute outfits and we'd all shave our legs and do whatever But there is like a time for all of us to just let loose in now is at school now. Don't get me wrong. I hated it all girls school but that was one good part about it so i think that that made me like feel less like shit about my acne and to be honest i don't really remember my acne affecting me until i left school and that was in junior year and i still did definitely have acne when i left school and that was also around the time that i started my youtube channel and i wasn't wearing makeup on youtube and everybody was seeing my acne and a lot of people were like. Oh my god. I can't believe you're not wearing makeup covering that. Up like wow. That's so brave. And i was like. Oh am i being brave. Right now Cool so you know. I started just not wearing makeup videos. And i never wore makeup in my videos really again after that point because i was like. Wow people really you know can relate to me even more when they can see my acne. And i'm not covering up stuff and that was kind of empowering so although acne wasn't my favorite part of my face the fact that people connected with me even more when i showed it was like oh wait. That's great. I love that so again. Acne still wasn't really bothering me. It definitely wasn't something that i enjoyed but it also was like kind of a positive thing because i was like okay. Well i can't really control this. I have acne. What am i going to do. I'm just gonna show it. People are going to connect with me over it. And that's it and it still didn't really bother me So after i left school. I lived at home for a while. And i was working from home and i was making videos from home and i was very lonely and i didn't really have many friends if any And i basically made youtube videos all day every day. And i got very depressed because i was very lonely and i was just like working on this every single day every single day and i got really depressed and i think that that definitely affected my skin. I do notice that when. I'm not in a good place. Mentally my skin gets worse and i think that living at home and just grinding on these videos every single day made me depressed made me anxious and that definitely made my skin a lot worse but again i just kind of went with it and i think my skin at that time was the least of my priorities right because i was dealing with severe mental health issues. I mean i was struggling with very bad depression And so like my skin was like the least of my worries. I was like. I just want to be excited about tomorrow. I don't care if my fucking skin looks like shit. You know what i'm saying. I don't care because there's a bigger picture here. I'm struggling with much bigger issues but my skin did get a little bit worse and then i started to make some youtube friends and i started to meet those youtube friends and then i started to consider moving to la. And i don't know if it was a coincidence. But i do think it might be a little bit connected. My life started to get a little bit more exciting. I started to be a little bit more social and things started to kind of look up for mental health wise. Because i had something to look forward to right and so then. My depression kind of lessened and my anxiety. Kind of lessened. And i became a lot happier and my skin started clearing up and then by the time i moved to la a few months later my skin was perfect. And i was doing nothing. I was trying little products here and there. But like when i really think about it. I wasn't really doing anything i know. I tried out Some custom skin care websites that i was obsessed with at the time and actually so great brands. I think i was using urology at the time. And i wasn't doing a lot i've literally wash my face with cleanser and then like us cure all aji and then that was it and that really worked for me at the time and it was basically just like a quiz you type in all your skin info and then they send you one moisturizer. That has all of the stuff in it that your skin may need and then you just put that on before bed and then you're good and i think that that's what i was using that time in. I don't know if it was the stress that made my acne. Go away or if it was the cure. All i don't know i'll never know Or even just a shift in my hormones like again you'll never know but my acting was pretty much gone when i moved to. La news the summertime and i was getting tan and getting some vitamin d and my skin looked great and so that was super exciting and i just got comfortable having skin. I was like oh okay. I guess i'm done because you know. I guess puberty is over. This is how my skin is gonna be from now on. Yeah well i was wrong. Thank.

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"acne" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

06:23 min | 7 months ago

"acne" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

"Have it all baby back to the episode. So let's start. When i first started getting acne i i started getting acne later in middle school so probably seventh or eighth grade and it wasn't too bad my acne was pretty much. Just the little bumps on my forehead with an occasional. Little cystic acne. But it was not all cystic. I didn't have cystic all over my face. It mainly showed up my forehead. I had a lot of tiny bumps in my forehead. I also had a lot of black heads to my skin was just very dirty. I think that that was partially my fault. Because i did not have skin routine at the time at all. I didn't take care of my skin at all. And i was also a cheerleader. At the time so i was wearing makeup and i was sweating a lot because i was going to cheer practice like three to four times a week and i wasn't really cleaning my skin properly so i think that that's kind of why that started but i was also going through puberty. I was like the beginning stages of puberty for me. And i kind of went through puberty a little bit late so i found a lot of people were kind of going through puberty fifth sixth grade whereas it didn't really hit me until probably eighth grade maybe seventh grade but mainly eighth grade. I was a late bloomer So i think the combination of not taking care of my skin but also doing cheer and sweating a lot and putting on a lot of makeup added to it And it sucked for sure. Like i hated it. But i also don't feel like i really was as self conscious. Maybe i mean. I was definitely self-conscious in middle school. Don't get me wrong. But for some reason like acne didn't really start to bother me until i got a little bit older and i don't know if it was because a lot of kids had acne at the time like i felt like a lot of kids in middle school had acne so i just didn't feel like it was that different if that makes sense but i don't remember i don't fully remember how acne affected me emotionally in middle school but i also know that it wasn't that bad like it. It came in and out like it was like bad sometimes not as bad others and it was like rarely that i had a cystic acne. So it didn't feel like a huge issue at the time but it definitely was there and i definitely was aware of it And in retrospect. I know it's because i wasn't taking care of my skin while going through like the biggest change of my body's life which is puberty in the beginning of puberty then i went to high school and my skin started getting a lot worse and throughout high school. I went through phases with my skin. Like sometimes i'd i'd be pretty good and my skin will be pretty clear but then sometimes it would be really really bad An acne for me was more the kind of tiny bumps rather than like large cystic. Acne i had a lot of tiny bumps all over my face was some people. Call fungal acne. But i don't know if that's what i really had I would also get like cystic. Zits like the deep rooted zits. It just started to build up and get worse. And i was definitely going through puberty during this time because i was a late bloomer. I like didn't really go through puberty until eighth grade freshman year sophomore year. Like i feel like. I'm still going through puberty. Sometimes i'm nineteen. Because i'm just a fucking late bloomer. I literally had a completely flat chest. I had boobs. My period didn't even come until i was sixteen. I felt very self conscious about that for sure. Which is kind of off topic but it kinda relates because getting acne After going through puberty or while going through puberty is very common. And so i feel like it's relevant to talk about the other parts of my body at the time too. I just was very underdeveloped But that also was kind of confusing to me. because i'm like why am i getting acne. But i'm not getting boobs. Like what the fuck. I was like everybody else. All my other friends got acne and boobs in their period. But for me it was like. Oh no you're just getting acne. No boobs no period. have fun So that was kind of eighth grade freshman year for me. I remember sophomore year. My agni got pretty bad but the problem was that i wasn't really doing anything to fix it like throughout high school. Like i would try little products here and there and my mom would try to buy me different things but nothing like really worked. But i feel like i was too lazy to really put effort in to trying to relieve it like. I didn't put that effort in to to try new products and stuff like that like my mom was buying the stuff and she was making me. Try it but nothing was really working. So i got discouraged and then would stop and i think i was definitely self conscious of my acne high school but i really started to wear makeup in cover it up and i also went to all girls school where you know we all kind of just let our hair down if you will. And nobody shave their legs. People would forget to where the odor in you know. Nobody would wash their hair for the whole week like we weren't we weren't like we were all comfortable with one another because we were all girls and we just understood like okay you know. We don't need to shave our armpits every day to be around each other like we all know that we're all just girls and this is what we deal with. You know what i mean. There was this unspoken understanding when going to an all girls school. That we.

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"acne" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

03:04 min | 7 months ago

"acne" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

"I'm emma chamberlain your host and your best e i think that's gonna be my new official intro. Let me know what you think Before we get into the episode topic. Today because i do have a topic i need to fill you in on a few things. There's actually two things number one. Y'all i have no social cues anymore. I have to tell you the story. Corentin ruined me socially i used to think of myself as being very socially savvy. I felt like i could talk to anybody. There was never an awkward moment with me. Like i used to be. You know how solid socially. I could have a conversation with a brick wall and it wouldn't even be awkward like there was nothing that would make me feel awkward. Socially that's not necessarily true. Like i think that might be a little bit dramatic. I think i did obviously of awkward moments here and there as everybody does but pretty. That was pretty slim like was pretty solid. Okay well i can tell you now that all my social cues and social skills are fucking gone from quarantine and here's a story. That perfectly displays. That so i was at a flea market A flea market is like an outdoor thrift store where a bunch of different sellers set up little tents and they have vintage clothes used clothes homemade clothes stuff like that And i love going there. Because they have cute clothes for good prices and it's all secondhand usually and i love that so i was there last weekend and I was actually there. Was somebody else to which makes his story worse because they had to see this happen. Oh so bad okay. So basically this girl comes up to me and basically she. She was kind of somebody that i'm connected to through business right but never met her before. So it wasn't it wasn't she wasn't somebody who watches videos necessarily she might be. But it was more somebody who is connected to a company that i'd like to work with right and she comes up to me and we're talking for a little bit and everything was fine and then i kinda got a little awkward. Because i didn't have anything else to say. And then she kind of got a little bit awkward. Because i think she didn't have anything else to say and then she was like. Oh by the way. I'm going to change her name for the story came to say. Her name is a libya although that's my best friend's name but whatever. I'm going to say her. Name's libya for the sake of the stories that i'm not fucking shouting this girl out. She said oh by the way. My name's olivia and i was like. I don't know why.

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"acne" Discussed on GSMC Health and Wellness Podcast

GSMC Health and Wellness Podcast

10:22 min | 1 year ago

"acne" Discussed on GSMC Health and Wellness Podcast

"Issues specifically acne. Acne is something that plagues most of us especially in our youth but it also persist in some people through adulthood so today we're GonNa talk about types of acne skin types and some general tips and skincare routines. The folks can use to reduce their experiences with acne flare ups. So I said we're GONNA talk about the types of acne so we tend to just talk about acne as being a catch all term for whenever we get clogged pores but to be honest. They're actually a few different kinds. There is really easy way to split them up. And that's generally going to be non inflammatory acne versus inflammatory. Acne non inflammatory. Acne is really referring to win. Your pores get clocked. And they look like black heads or whitehead's that is actually considered to be the mildest type and it's pretty easy to recognize it when you see it. That's what we generally think about when we think of acne and in those cases those black heads are usually darker appearance and are looking like. They're almost flat against the skin. Whereas Whitehead's are going to be more like small skin colored bumps inflammatory acne on the other hand is any type that has kind of a reddish appearance or it's larger and that can be anything from being pappy walls. Which are those small red bumps but they don't have any pus or that little white mark on it. If it does get us in it that means it has become a pustule. So a lot of PAP YOURS. Actually become pustules and it usually takes a few days for that to happen. You also have Najah lls. Which are these little hard surfaces beneath the skin and cysts like insisting acne? You may have heard of that. Before that one is widely regarded to be the most serious type of acne and cysts form underneath your skin at that point and kind of accumulate. And that's usually a combination of bacteria and oil from your skin and dry skin cells. They get trapped in your pores cystic. Acne also tends to be the largest in size and it's deeper down in your skin than the other types of acne which pretty much seemed arrest just on top of your skin six. Acne can sometimes look like boils on your skin and it could be large. Pus filled cysts large white bumps really red patches or it can be tender painful areas as well so this is also the type that is going to be more painful than others and those are typically larger than your usual pimples and they usually feel like their underneath your skin so a lot of times we think about acne and especially those latter kinds. As being linked to oily skin and excess oil is unknown contributor to acne breakouts but you can still get acne. You have dry skin and that can be due to a myriad of reasons it could be your skincare routine that's irritating your skin and causing clogged pores or it could be something in your environment that is causing those clog pores despite not having access oil. So knowing what type of skin you have can really help you choose the best type of skin carotene for your acne. A Lotta doctors dermatologists specifically say that. There's a really easy way to figure out what your skin type is. Go ahead and wash your face with a mild baby soap quote unquote or preferably wash your face with actual face wash. That would be generally better then using the same soap. Choose on your body and stuff for your face then gently printed off pat it dry. Do not put on any skin care. Products don't put on makeup or anything either. So do this on your day off. You usually wear a lot of AK- ref- usually wear makeup each day at all a couple of hours later. Go ahead and examine your skin if it look shiny. Then you have oily skin if it looks like it's a little bit read or rough or flaky. Been you have dry skin. You can also have combination skin and that generally means that your cheeks seemed dry and your forehead is shiny as well as your Chan and knows or what we call the teas zone because your forehead and your nose form that T. shape and you also have quote unquote normal skin. And that means they won't have any of these other visible issues that we talked about already. They won't have oily skin or won't like it has a shine or a sheen to it won't look flaky or read or rough or a mix of any of those so you can also be acne prone without having dry or oily skin you can have combination skin or quote unquote normal skin and still and up with acne however a lot of folks who have had acne in their lives only get it just once really in their lifetimes and there's a couple different things that you can do about it in general you can go ahead and just wash your face in the morning and at night and after sweating so if you are going outside and you live in Texas it's ninety five degrees out right now you guys and you're sweating go ahead and wash your face when you go inside it's going to feel nice too but it's also going to help with your pores and helping to unclog them right when the new stuff is already suddenly in there and making sure that that gets cleaned out and remember to pat dry. Don't rub it dry if you wash your face more than twice a day unless you're seaver sweaty that can actually irritate your skin some more. So you don't WanNa do it more than that twice or also when you're very sweaty at that point? Having a little bit of perspiration is okay. But if it's heavy and you're very shiny and damp and oily and you're looking like Brendan Fraser from bedazzled in that scene. Where he makes the wish to. I think it was to be famous for that one. He and she makes him Hurley makes him into a basketball player but he sweat like crazy and they actually like ran a water tube and stuff up into his hair for it to make him sweat like a maniac. You're sweating like that and definitely wash your face again and you know. Sometimes that's me when I go to the Gym no judgment but you definitely want to wash your face after that point. But if you're just having a little light perspiration you don't necessarily need to go ahead and wash it again. You also make sure you're not using experience a lot and you're not using hard ones so acne isn't really just dirt getting into your face so scrubbing it. Harder and using those types of hard experience will usually just lead to more redness irritation. And it's not really going to help you in the long run. There's a very specific to exfoliating and we will talk more about that later. You also to make sure that you don't pick or pop that pimple I know I know I love Dr Pimple popper videos but dermatologists are trained in how to do that appropriately. Just buying a coma. Don't extractor online does not make you a dermatologist. So make sure that you're being really mindful about that and you don't want it to scar you guys and it can scar. If you pop pimples it can also end up transferring bacteria from the pimple into other pours around it and making what was a small pimple and might have been more of you know perhaps a blackhead or whitehead turned into something bigger like that cystic acne or another type of inflamed acne. If you do have to populate pimples. There is a proper way to extract them and you need to open your pores up first. So generally the way you can do that is put a warm compress like you know a warm wet. Wash cloth over your nose or wherever the pimples are to open up those pores and then use clean cue tips to gently push down on either side of it to help it burst if you have to force it. It's generally not ready yet and you should not be messing with it right then. It's also really important that you try to avoid doing that. When you have those deeper acne types. There's inflammatory types like the pustules and definitely cystic acne and the Nachos all right going to go on a quick break when we come back we're gonNA talk about some more tips and some specifics of acne stay tuned. Are you looking to learn more about the latest trends from the fitness world? Are you confused by all the different trends that are out there? The MC fitness podcast is the place for you the GS MC fitness. Podcast is the place to come for people of all skill and interest levels. Join us as we explore the latest trends in the fitness world. Does that new exercise really work. Should I try yoga? Whatever your question. Chances are good. You'll find an answer on the GMC fitness podcast..

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"acne" Discussed on Teenager Therapy

Teenager Therapy

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"acne" Discussed on Teenager Therapy

"Hi everyone welcome back to the podcast. I'm i'm thomas zik kamarck and we're back. I sound sick right now. So excuse my voice hounding cluggy in nasal early. You know sorry about that. <hes> miss episode. We wanted to talk about acne because something we've struggled with as you guys know for a while. <hes> and you guys had a lot the questions about it so we felt like it was a good time to cover it and <hes> a little fun fact. This is our second time recording this episode because <hes> the first time it was really messy and we were just it's really hot in the room. We're in turning on the fan. Yeah we kept turning on the fan. So i love off every three minutes. Handle restart so here we are now talking about acne and the first thing they asked us on instagram is is acting make you less confident. I'm personally for me. I feel a lot less us a lot more insecure when i have acne bad breakout yeah i mean for me. I don't really break how true okay but when i do get like one or two noticeable pimples i do feel more self conscious but it's not like it's not too bad and keep in mind. Kayla mark have a perfect score really especially mar margarete. No you guys have like equally clears. They take care of it more than i'll get there is it can i have the worst and thomas is neutral the arctic neutral yeah i mean i think it does make us confident definitely at least in my experience variant every time i have acne i feel we i just feel a lot a lot more musty feel dirty yeah. I just feel bad ads. There's something wrong yeah you're doing. You're eating wrong like each allergist. Feel bad definitely impacts paxman confidence. You know i don't wanna look at people. I want to like film videos or take photos. There's been a lot of videos actually that i haven't posted because i have so much acne in the video. That is just bad. I don't want to look at it like. I don't know why anyone would want to watch pictures as well just yeah. There's a lot of footage. Tau goes like that. It's just why blogs are kind of difficult because i got to do it when i have skin if i miss that chance and it's over we're done for mark. What about you. How's your experience with act back in middle school. I used to have really bad breakouts in my career. Maria.

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"acne" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"acne" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

"Really hard to find a pimple beautiful. It can be a lonely battle yet. So many are fighting it. And maybe that's because everyone is avoiding talking about acne. You do session amazing job of lifting spirits and giving people hope and new perspective on issues. I'd really appreciate senior take on this pimple of a problem. She says, let's help change the way people look at acne and sick of having it. I'm sick of it. Having so much power over people. We are more than it's on our chins. I had I had a pretty bad acne problem. This you in high school in college. Oh, wow. It was. I yeah. Even trying to find various creams, and my parents were trying to because it was it was bad, and they were afraid of scar. Yeah. So how did that impact your self confidence? Then. I I think I was just in a in a in a phase of life where I didn't really know what was going on. Anyway, I was transitioning from being home schooled the public school during that time. And then then from public moving to a different state to go to college. So I just. I feel like through that time what I had to hold onto was my sense of. Myself that was grounded in in my community and in my faith. Honestly, I think that's what that's what got me through all of that. And that's why it was such a hard thing to let go of because actually growing up in that in that context gave me a sense of confidence that that that kind of transcended some things, but then that was the thing that I've eventually had to give up as well. In order to have confidence in myself. Well, I'm really excited because this up says a little bit different. And I actually spoke with a woman who struggled with cystic acne, really bad acne and did a little call with her earlier sorry kit and. And yeah, she's gonna come on mentioned her company a little bit earlier in that. And yes, I I want to share this interview with you guys because she had so many great points and shoes. Honesty, very very wonderful. Okay. And actually have daisy here with me who has struggled with acne and struggled with a lot of bullying from that. And just the struggle with self confidence. And then ended up starting her own company and has been listed in the Forbes thirty thirty some super cited to have you here to kind of share your story a little bit. This kind of struggle started for you during your adult since right? Yeah. So thank you so much Taylor for having me on your show. Mike first experience with my acting was in the third grade. So I remember I had black heads my nose. My mom would buy the Neutrogena like skin cream and put it on my nose every morning. I remember was like couldn't breathe because it was like a thick layer. Yeah. But yeah, I've suffered with acne all my life. Know just freely deep cystic acne. That would just I remember in the morning like when I was in high school I would wash my face. And then my my face would start bleeding big bulky, no eruptions on my skin, and I Gruppe Amena soda. So I was the only Asian American in my school. Everybody around me was blonde hair blue eyes, I immediately about different. But then in third grade when I started developing the skin issues. The way I've you'd myself right in the way, I viewed how people viewed knee completely changed because all around me. It was people blonde hair blue eyes with flawless skin. And here's me Asian American girl with really bad skin and people.

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"acne" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"acne" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

"Really hard to find a pimple beautiful. It can be a lonely battle yet. So many are fighting it. And maybe that's because everyone is avoiding talking about acne. You do session amazing job of lifting spirits and giving people hope and new perspective on issues. I'd really appreciate senior take on this pimple of a problem. She says, let's help change the way people look at acne and sick of having it. I'm sick of it. Having so much power over people. We are more than it's on our chins. I had I had a pretty bad acne problem. This you in high school in college. Oh, wow. It was. I yeah. Even trying to find various creams, and my parents were trying to because it was it was bad, and they were afraid of scar. Yeah. So how did that impact your self confidence? Then. I I think I was just in a in a in a phase of life where I didn't really know what was going on. Anyway, I was transitioning from being home schooled the public school during that time. And then then from public moving to a different state to go to college. So I just. I feel like through that time what I had to hold onto was my sense of. Myself that was grounded in in my community and in my faith. Honestly, I think that's what that's what got me through all of that. And that's why it was such a hard thing to let go of because actually growing up in that in that context gave me a sense of confidence that that that kind of transcended some things, but then that was the thing that I've eventually had to give up as well. In order to have confidence in myself. Well, I'm really excited because this up says a little bit different. And I actually spoke with a woman who struggled with cystic acne, really bad acne and did a little call with her earlier sorry kit and. And yeah, she's gonna come on mentioned her company a little bit earlier in that. And yes, I I want to share this interview with you guys because she had so many great points and shoes. Honesty, very very wonderful. Okay. And actually have daisy here with me who has struggled with acne and struggled with a lot of bullying from that. And just the struggle with self confidence. And then ended up starting her own company and has been listed in the Forbes thirty thirty some super cited to have you here to kind of share your story a little bit. This kind of struggle started for you during your adult since right? Yeah. So thank you so much Taylor for having me on your show. Mike first experience with my acting was in the third grade. So I remember I had black heads my nose. My mom would buy the Neutrogena like skin cream and put it on my nose every morning. I remember was like couldn't breathe because it was like a thick layer. Yeah. But yeah, I've suffered with acne all my life. Know just freely deep cystic acne. That would just I remember in the morning like when I was in high school I would wash my face. And then my my face would start bleeding big bulky, no eruptions on my skin, and I Gruppe Amena soda. So I was the only Asian American in my school. Everybody around me was blonde hair blue eyes, I immediately about different. But then in third grade when I started developing the skin issues. The way I've you'd myself right in the way, I viewed how people viewed knee completely changed because all around me. It was people blonde hair blue eyes with flawless skin. And here's me Asian American girl with really bad skin and people.

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"acne" Discussed on LadyGang

LadyGang

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"acne" Discussed on LadyGang

"No it let's talk about the acne what's your worst acne story kindle jenner share your skin when you're so embarrassed i how the i'll have to post us on facebook i've been waiting to do it because my before and after uh from the past couple of years before it started getting fficials is like absolutely insane because i had like cystic acne it was so red so era tainted like i couldn't wash my face like so everything was horrible and then i have i've had to have gotten extraction fficials every single month for the past four years make my skin like someone numeral yeah it's like insane wa well what's your acne story i just had like really beautiful skin when i was a teenager and then when i turn eighteen it went to shit mike it was like i ate one was adult to and all it was so annoying because you're like oh i'm swiss did like now be an adult and i just my problem is i always have like this same like six pours before my period that hallways jump right here on the get the exact same poor unlike didn't we figure this out last month that was really annoying for me and then it was just really embarrassing because like i would be interviewing these celebrities may be sitting there and like you know you have a huge that there's something somebody just like cannot cover and you're like i'm a professional woman but then you just have like this like you know so i've had this recurring underground pimple ray on my nose that is so bad it finally went down but it was so bad it was literally forming my face my fifty three east much call nav and then it made my nose good this way even more into like a big the worst the guy anyway nobody's for everybody has acne yeah okay there's a new name.

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