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  1. Thank you so much! Yeah, I try to give the skin as much hydration as possible. ps. You're nice, thank you again <3
  2. They do. Actually, it's one of the favourites choices in most of the cases. I still don't get it at all. Hope you feel better these days bae!
  3. Yeah, my dermatologist wanted me to sign that document. As you said, I was adviced it should be the last choice, after trying other options. I'm really happy that I decided to no take it. After all, I've seen that working on my anxiety, makes my acne go away. Ps. This is a random question. Feel free to ignore me Are niacinamide serum and retinol serum good mix in a night skincare routine?
  4. Wow! One of my friend was on that, and he really suffered some of those side effects. Not easy at all.
  5. Have you ever experienced side effects after that?
  6. Exactly! It should not be used as the easy choice but the last choice. My dermatologist didn't even tried anything else with me, he just wanted me to take the pill and get rid of acne. I tried to tell him to try other stuff first but he refused. I've told me it was the only way to get rid of it. Well, with the quarantine, I started working out a lot, meditating and trying new things. When my anxiety went off for awhile, my acne was gone 100%. These past few weeks, I've been stressed and my anxiety made a comeback, so did my acne but I've been controlling it with good diet, working out and a good skincare routine. The routine is important too because it's not about the brand or expensive products at all. It's more about good ingredients for the needs of our skin and we can't forget to hydrate, even when we're treating acne and sebum. It's crazy how our mind affects everything, even our skin appareance. I'm really glad you're feeling better sweetie!
  7. What about chemical peelings, retinol, vitamin C or glycolic acid? My skin is so much better with a good skincare routine. I don't need those pills and its effects in my body.
  8. Don't forget to always hydrate your skin. Acne treatments dry our skin and we need to hydrate, so we can avoid deshidrated skin (which it's often confused with dry skin)
  9. Ok. First of all, I know some of you will take this topic as a joke because acne is considered as something common and not a serious thing. Well, acne is heavily linked to anxiety and depression, and Britney's post made me re-think this theory. From my personal experience, I've always suffered some kind of moderate anxiety but last year, after my grandma passed away and I didn't find a job after getting graduated, my anxiety became severe and I even started to see changes in my face, skin. When I went to my dermatologist, I was prescripted to take Accutane / Roacutane. I knew what this drug was, and what could cause to my mental health (and health in general), so I decided to not take it. I've been dealing with my anxiety with meditation, working out... and it got better, so did my acne. I get emotional acne when I'm really nervous or my anxiety gets intense. So, I see similar things in Britney's experience. Well, Britney confirmed she was prescripted with some products to treat her acne when she was about to start filming 'Crossroads'. She said she was so nervous that got acne, so her acne was linked to nervous/anxiety. Yup, emotional acne/anxiety's side effect. One more time, I guess it's confirmed that Britney's first and real problem was severe anxiety since day one. Her dermatologist could've prescript products like reinoids creams/serums or glycolic acid or whatever. But, most of the time, dermatologists tend to prescript Accutane pills... a lot of celebs have admited to take it in the past (Bella Thorne, I think). It's a fast way to get rid of acne but side effects are not that good. If I look into the timeline and how Britney dealt with 2002 and early 2003, I would not be surprised. The drug was taken off from the market back in the day and I think its name was changed or something. Dosis were slowed down after 2009, I think. Interesting article about Accutane and possible effects on mental health like depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, psychosis and suicide risks. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4473493/ Anyone knows more about it? Did Britney talk about these things in the past?
  10. Hmmm... well, it's a very serious discussion but I read in a spanish forum about some rumours back in the day. I didn't remember to read about it back in the day, so I don't know if it was just lie on the internet.
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