Her dermatologist and gyno say it's hormonal but occures daily, not just with her cycle.Answer Question
Answer by MommaofH2 at 5:03 PM on Aug. 5, 2010
Has she been tested for food sensitivities? She should try going gluten free for a few weeks to see if it helps. She should also be using Skincare products that are free from harmful chemicals that will create an endless cycle of acne.
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Answer by browningmom at 5:55 PM on Aug. 5, 2010
Had bad acne when I was a teen. The only thing that cleared it up was the HS pool!! As strange as that sounds the pool always had too much chlorine, turned the blonds green (hehehe); which I think a huge effect to ridding the acne. Might want to try a pool membership somewhere as I don't recommend washing one's face Clorox. But I do use witch hazel every day to help keep my face clear and I use Dove's face wash daily too. Never had much luck with any of the OTC acne removal products.
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