We all know that fitness goes beyond just a strict regimental diet and exercise routine, you've gotta take care of the other internal chemistry factors that go hand in hand with this.
I'm curious to hear about /fit/'s regime i.e. any specific foods you exclude from your diet, any supplements you take, skincare regimes, hair care products etc.
Share your beauty secrets /fit/.
This thread is extremely relevant to my interests.
My current girlfriend whom I've been with for over a year now, when I got together with her I had fucking awful cystic acne, scarring and just shitty skin/hair in general. Physically I was fit, but I looked like shit on the outside.
She's obsessed with diet, supplementation and skincare and within a few weeks of dating bought me a shit load of products she selected specifically for me and pretty much forced me to start using them. I resisted at first because I'm gonna be honest I always thought this kind of stuff was for women but fuck me she's changed my life and I look and feel a whole lot better for it. My acne is just gone, my skin is smooth and dewy, my hair's shiny, eyes bright, fingernails are no longer brittle and breaking the way they used to.
Right, well it seems like a lot, but honestly this entire routine only takes less than 10 minutes to complete each morning and I really cannot even begin to go into how much it's changed the quality of my skin.
So first I get out of the shower and after drying my face I apply the toner, which is the green bottle. This kind of acts similar to a cleanser apparently only balances the PH of your skin which can be the cause of a lot of dermatological problems as well as acne.
I pat that in with my hands, and then once that's dried I rub in the product labelled Time Revolution. This isn't a necessary product but it's something my gf got me that I keep repurchasing because it's fucking incredible.
It's labelled as "essence" but basically what it is a water-based solution loaded with minerals and compounds like vitamin B that promotes cell turnover and prevents dead skin cells from resting on top of your face and allowing .
Because it's effectively full of yeast it smells like baked bread when it goes on, but since I've been using this I've noticed a dramatic difference in the hyper-pigmentation I used to have from acne scarring, and my scars seems like dramatic.
After that that little tub goes on which is a vitamin E moisturiser with SPF 15. Something my gf has warned me about, apparently because I'm white, it's actually really important I wear something with an SPF in it because the sun fucks us up compared to other races.
The white bottle, Cetaphil, is a cleanser which basically cleanses your face of oils and dirt and I rub this in before I go to sleep so that any oils/sweat on my face don't form into spots/blackheads whilst I sleep, and than I apply the Palmer's cocoa butter vitamin E moisturiser to leave on my face overnight. I wake up the next day my skin is so fucking smooth lads.
Another thing my gf really drove into me is avoid any products containing alcohol as it apparently fucks your skin longterm, so everything here is alcohol free.
Avoid excess processed sugar as well as excess dairy. Get on a decent sleep schedule with adequate hours every night. Shower with cold water.
There you go, clean and healthy skin without using beauty products.
Forgot to add the little golden tube is just argan oil that I rub into my palms sparingly and run through my hair. I used to have really dry hair but this moisturisers it and gives it that sleek, shiny appearance.
She also has me on quite a few vitamin supplements, just shit like vitamin B, vitamin C and vitamin E because apparently those play a big part in skin regeneration. When she stays over she wakes me up with a cup of hot lemon water which I've gotta admit, is really nice. The lemon is supposed to be good for you somehow, something about your liver and the vitamin C, but I can't remember what she said.
If you have a problem with excess oil production then it's not that simple.
Funny though she also told me about the cold shower thing so now I finish off every shower on cold.
I almost never use shampoo
Wash hair with conditioner
Apply coconut oil to arms and small ammount in hair
Some time scrub face with olive oil and sugar scrub, use same scrub once every other day on arms against keratosis pilaris
Moisturize my face as often as possible
Currently looking for a moisturizer specifically for my face, since my face still is a bit dry and gets red when I apply body lotion to my face, but I have to say my hair has never been better. It used to be so brittle it fell off, now its smooth, my scalp doesnt itch, and my acne has cleared up tons. The hair is thicker and I struggle to even find a single hair falling off.
Still looking to clear up my complexion, going to implement vitamin D into my food, snail extract and a moisturizer for the face, then probably some aztec healing clay for some weekly face mask.
The reason your body produces excess oil is largely because using far too hot water multiple times on a daily basis damages skin and removes large percentages of your natural oil. Your body has to overcompensate and gets in a vicious cycle.
Diet also effects this oil production, but apart from avoiding the excess dairy and processed sugar it's kinda pseudo-science as to what foods cause what.
You are supposed to use the toner after you cleanse or you have a peel/scrub.
If you just use it after shower, it will only just tighter your pores, which is counter-productive if you want to use other products on top.
I'm not sure where you are but I'm in the UK and surprisingly they're all cheap as fuck.
The toner is £1 and lasts me about 1-2 months, the Cetaphil was £3 and lasts around 3 months, the Palmer's cocoa butter was around £2 and I've had that over 3 months now and the SPF was also £1. According to my gf the vast majority of really expensive products you see advertised are garbage full of shit that'll harm your skin more than it'll help so you should just avoid them.
The only thing that's expensive is the Time Revolution vitamin solution thing but that's because it's a South Korean import so that costs £17, but the bottle lasts me around 3 months.
I only shower once every two days so no.
You're going to have to acknowledge that different people possess an individual body chemistry so unfortunately what works for you isn't always going to work for everybody else
My skin was fucking atrocious before I got started on this skincare shit and I don't think it's a coincidence that it's literally perfect now.
My gf does apply the cleanser in the morning herself but has told me that it's really only for people who are about to apply makeup so I should just put it on before I got to bed.
btw your pores don't "tighten". That whole "open and close pores" shit is a complete myth.
I'm confident you will some change after a while of straight usage.
You don't even have to buy the same products really.
The Cetaphil I would say get because it's highly recommend by dermatologists, but the toner just has to be anything water-based and alcohol free, and for moisturiser find one that has vitamin E in it and for a day variation just make sure it has SPF. The Korean thing I've got is more of just a luxury than a necessary application, but if you have the cash to splash I would say get one too. Good luck man!
>That whole "open and close pores" shit is a complete myth.
Pretty sure the skin feels more welcoming to products and shit, after a warm shower.
I don't know if that can be defined as "opening and closing" of the pores, but shit is different.
>the age-old idea that you can shrink your pores—using anything from a splash of ice-cold water to an egg-white mask—is a fantastic one. Sadly, it’s also a fantasy: “Pore size is genetically determined,” says Debra Jaliman, a dermatologist in New York City, and you can’t make pores physically smaller.
I used to believe it too actually. Was amazed to learn it was a complete myth deigned to market bogus products.
Anyone got advice for dandruff? I've can't get rid of mine and it's embarrassing as hell.
I really want to rock that short/buzzed sides thing but my head is too round for it, feels bad man.
A lot of dandruff is actually caused by a type of fungus that everybody has on the surface of their skin and scalp going into overdrive and causing flakes and such.
Search for antifungal shampoos/anything with miconazole nitrate in it specifically, or look up what people with seborrheic dermatitis on their scalp did to combat this.
that's pretty much every haircut now with buzzed sides.
Skin around the eyes or the actual iris? Skin around the eyes needs extra moisture and more sleep can never hurt. Vitamin C and retinol can boost skin cell turnover and can brigthen the skin around the eyes. If your actual iris color has changed, it may be an indicator of a disease. I have no idea how to brighten the actual color except for colored contact lenses.
In the morning if my face is a little puffy I'll put on an ice pack while doing stomach crunches. I can do 1000 now. After I remove the ice pack I use a deep pore cleanser lotion. In the shower I use a water activated gel cleanser, then a honey almond body scrub, and on the face an exfoliating gel scrub. Then I apply an herb-mint facial mask which I leave on for 10 minutes while I prepare the rest of my routine. I always use an after shave lotion with little or no alcohol, because alcohol dries your face out and makes you look older. Then moisturizer, then an anti-aging eye balm followed by a final moisturizing protective lotion.
Any good hair gel/paste recommendations? I'm tired of buying cheap hair gel that makes my skin rock hard. I want to kind of keep my hair in place for the entire day(mainly the front part).
>The white bottle, Cetaphil, is a cleanser which basically cleanses your face of oils and dirt and I rub this in before I go to sleep so that any oils/sweat on my face don't form into spots/blackheads whilst I sleep
are you just rubbing this on your face? like dry?
you're supposed to wash your face with that...
>hair cut every 3-4 weeks, use wax/cream to keep it looking sexy
>shave face every other day with shaving cream, after applying pre shave balm, afterwards apply post shave cream
>floss, scrape tongue and brush teeth twice a day
>shave back of neck every 2 weeks or so
>use a facial cleanser in the shower, moisturize in the morning then apply sun screen and apply every 2 hours or after face gets wet, clean face again in evening and exfoliate, more moisturizer too and more sunscreen
>pluck monobrow hair
>shampoo hair every 3ish days, wash with water the rest of the time
>trim fingernails and toenails short when needed and keep them smoothly filed
>trim chest hair short
>get back hair waxed
>trim pubes, completely shave all hair on dick, balls, gooch and on/around arsehole
>keep leg hair trimmed
>trim upper arm hair short
>don't trim happy trail much, women love that shit
that's pretty much it, i'm not sure if i've missed anything though.
Actually you can apply it with or without water.
>Simple Kind To Skin Refreshing Facial Wash Gel
>Oilatum Natural Repair Face Cream
All I use. Once in the morning, once at night. If your skin is badly damaged then more could be needed but if I'm honest a cleanser and a moisturizer is more than enough for most.
What you might be describing are sebaceous filaments which Jew marketing has convinced an entire generation are dirty and a sign of poor hygiene in order to sell their shitty, comedogenic products.
Google sebaceous filaments and if they look anything like that then you're 100% normal.
Squeezing them out doesn't do anything because they're there to lubricate the pores of the nose. For people who have larger pores they can appear more noticeable. You can reduce their visibility with a daily skincare regime i.e. cleansing, toning and moisturising. Aside from that, they're normal, have a function and you can't do anything about them.
Those aren't blackheads, those are sebaceous filaments. Best thing is to lightly scratch your nose while in the shower to get the top layer of skin off, lightly press on your nose after the shower and have the disgusting things pop out, then tone + salicylic acid. I used to pop mine every few days but got tired of the nose peeling and redness every three days. They will never go away for the middle class man.
A gentle cleanser is better in the long run. A gel cleanser like Neutrogena of Simple would work for oily skin, a cream based cleaner for dry skin.
I have really long frizzy hair. Its curly flowing locks but at the corners of me head it gets real frizzy and i look like a mad scientist or something. I've taken to just braiding up the frizzy bits. It takes a long time though.
I would be very, very cautious about what you go putting on around your eyes.
The skin around the eyes is the most delicate and thinnest of all the skin on your face and is extremely susceptible to damage. It's the reason eye wrinkles are the first kind of wrinkles you develop.
I would do some independent research into this because I honestly don't know enough about this area to recommend anything.
Detangling spray and argan oil m8.
Do you condition?
I just looked all those products up on amazon and they are fuckin expensive. About 60€ for all of them, the Korean stuff excluded.
I will visit a shop tomorrow and see if I can find something similar or if they are cheaper there.
Seriously? That's weird, they ridiculously cheap in the UK.
I would just go find some equivalents in your own country. Cosmetic/drug stores usually do deals too so you'll get them cheaper that way.
>I would be very, very cautious about what you go putting on around your eyes.
guess i already fucked up the skin under my left eye cause it's all wrinkled n stuff most of the time it's dry and gets like dry skin.
Forgot link. Also go get your eyebrows sorted. A good haircut, shaped eyebrows, decent skincare routine and clothes that actually fit can turn a 3/10 to a solid 7.
>3 to a 7
Lmao you're delusional. Having tweezed eyebrows is not only an effeminate ans fussy thing but it hardly matters. None of this stuff will fix your soft jaw, wide nose, or lack of prominent brow. These are the three most important things and they're all genetic
I have acne scars (pic related) on both sides of my face from a few years ago when I used to pop my pimples like a tard. Anyways now I rarely get any breakouts, luckily. I wash my face once a day with a benzoyl peroxide soap and then a salicilyc acid cream. I guess my question is there any way to help make the scars go away or at least fade more?
I have no idea how to remove those. I've noticed that with intense moisture (Vitamin E cream with some other shit) they have diminished in appearance but mine aren't that bad.
Nah, you're never fucked for life. Start using an eye-specific cream with retinol/vitamin C/other shit to improve collagen production. Then switch to a cheap Vitamin E cream.
To fade the scars, invest in a product with retinol or get a Retin-A prescription from a dermatologist. It will accelerate cell regeneration and improve the overall skin's appearance even after you stop using it. Also add a toner in the middle of your skin care routine (witch hazel will work just fine, cheap as shit) and an SPF sunscreen.
>To fade the scars, invest in a product with retinol or get a Retin-A prescription from a dermatologist. It will accelerate cell regeneration and improve the overall skin's appearance even after you stop using it. Also add a toner in the middle of your skin care routine (witch hazel will work just fine, cheap as shit) and an SPF sunscreen.
Is this alright:
how would i go about applying it and stuff? Also whats your opinion on a derma roller
Any acne cream really. Probably one with benzoyl peroxide in it because that skin is not as sensitive as the face. You should probably evaluate your cleansing routine for post-gym, too.
I'm a woman but I have waist-length hair that just wouldn't be manageable and I'd have to cut off without products.
Spent a lot of money over the years on fancy conditioners and whatnot, and what I've ultimately found to work the best is detangling products marketed at children.
Maybe it's because the ingredients have to be milder because it's for children or because children have notoriously tangly hair idk, but they really work.
Picture related is the conditioner I use (it's really fucking good, leave my hair so soft and easy to comb), and then out of the shower once my hair is damp I'll spay in the detangling spray pictured.
After my hair is dry (always air-dry, avoid blow drying if possible) and if it still looks a little frizzy I put a tiny bit of argan hair oil onto my palms, rub my hands together and then comb it through my hair with my fingers.
Oh, idk if you know this as well but you should always end your shower on cold. Hot air opens your hair shaft but cold water closes the shaft and helps give it that sleek appearance.
Wish I didn't have to do all this shit desu but sometimes with this hair type it's necessary if you want longer hair.
Buy a derma roller and some numbing cream to go with it.
Research derma rolling. It really works long term.
Barring that, look into paying for some carboxy therapy treatments.
I have a derma roller I've been using it regularly once a week for over a two years and it really works, but I use it on my stomach and hips for stretchmarks.
On your body the pain is bearable, but I can't see anybody being mentally strong enough to cope with the pain of doing it on your face. Everybody I know that's ever used it on their face for acne had to buy a topical numbing cream.
btw this is what carboxy therapy does. It's a miracle treatment and you pay per session, but it can be pricey for a full 10 sessions or so.
hey /fit/. , I've been running and working out for a few weeks, and I've been losing weight. My face is still chubby af. I'm currently 140 lb and 6'3", am I too skinny? Is my face just fucked? I've been working hard and my goal is 130, but I feel like I'm already in the unhealthy zone. Can I still lose weight and still be healthy?
I had really fucking good hair when I was a kid, now I have dry frizzy hair. Could this be because I used child shampoo products? I didn't know there was a difference besides the bottle.
I'm really not sure Anon.
The bodies chemistry changes a lot between childhood and adulthood, it could just be a natural change, it could be diet, it could be your environment etc.
The only thing you can do is keep up the trial and error until you find something that works.
I even switched to vegetarianism and cut out meat out of diet completely just to help with my skin, and I fucking LOVE meat so that was a big challenge for me.
Your face is pudgy because babyfat. You're 7 inches taller than me and we weigh the same, and I've never been called fat.
If you got called a pig it's because you walked into a Muslim neighborhood or yiu have a nose that is upturned
Toner is actually mostly just a meme. You shouldn't slather a bunch of shit on your face guys. In skincare 'less is more' is almost always the case.
Vitamin E can help with hyper pigmentation but the fading of this was probably almost entirely due to using an spf product and also just time passing. Also there are better products for this.
Just wanna add that for some people no amount of products will help their acne and you just have to either take accutane or wait it out.
ignore the retard glasses, was just yoking around in the backyard.
Seriously, you care for every other hair on your head but not your eyebrows? Are you retarded? Have you seen women with shitty eyebrows? Ugly as fuck. Same goes for men, your eyebrows are extremely important. If you don't think so shave them off.
Men and women both look way, way better when their eyebrows are shaped. Women are way ahead of guys with this one.
And yeah I said 7. Not 10. 7. Your shit about genetics is fucking tumblr-esque. Get back to your containment board.
>Shower every morning
>Make sure to use soap and shampoo
>Brush my teeth afterward
>Brush my teeth again
>Wash face with "Yes to Tomatoes" face soap
>Rub in some Paula's Choice exfoliating liquid
Mitchum worked wonders for me, went from bad BO just 2 hours after to showering to literally not sweating in my pits at all if I'm not working hard. Works better for me if I just apply shitloads
It's to do with "making yourself pretty" - in western society at least women are the ones who display to be selected by the men. Hence why if you're a man "making yourself look pretty" you're assumed to be aiming to attract men.
unsalted almonds, walnuts, and oil free peanut butter
non cherry tomatoes
unpasteurized sauerkraut and brine pickles (for probiotics)
turmeric root, ginger root, garlic
sun dried shiitake
kiwi (remove seeds)
apple cider vinegar
horse radish root
may want to avoid
These are good fruits and veggies but have high pesticide count, only consume if they are home grown. Organic brands use pesticides too
organic tart cherries, organic blue berries, organic cranberries
hot peppers/bell peppers
olive oil (13.4:1 ratio of omega 6:omega 3 fatty acids)
Gluten (too much risk might as well avoid all together)
chia seeds, flax seeds, etc. (bad for intestines; pumpkin seeds have benefits that outweigh the cons)
Fish (may contain many pollutants)
Avoid at all cost
meat and dairy products
Feel free to add or change but be sure to post why
Anything withoutsodium laureth sulfate - the stuff that causes foaming - in it, because it's actually an irritant but manufacturers keep using it because people think that foam = clean.
I use pure olive oil soap myself.
>am I too skinny?
You have a BMI of 17.5, which is the point where they start using BMI as part of the diagnostic criteria for anorexia.
>I feel like I'm already in the unhealthy zone
you are, you need to be 150 minimum to be in the healthy zone by BMI, ideally more than that.
I moisturize every morning and often at night, Neutrogena for face and Cetaphil for body. I'm still in high school and lot of guys my age don't do shit when it comes to personal hygiene. Eyebrows are important, so is shaving.
Yo /fit/ I just bought this shit
Is it effective?
>Forehead is always shiny by the end of the day
I always wash my face with a scrub gel in the morning then use toner, and do Persa-gel at night. But after 8-10 hours it always gets oily, especially in the high part of my forehead. I'm sure wiping it away just irritates it and makes it more oily.
If you can't find an external solution I would recommend these.
I got them for my boyfriend who had the same problem and they're basically little strips of very thin paper with a bit of talc on them. When you wipe them across a bit of oily skin it soaks up all the oil and deposits a little bit of talc on the skin.
It's really only a short term solution but they do work marvelously.
If you are in the US, you will need a prescription. Its a topical creme that is mostly Vitamin A, and works much the same as Accutane.
In short, talk with your doctor and/or go to a dermatologist.
How do I get rid of dark circles. I'm a guy and I've started cleaning up my diet, drinking more water and getting more sleep but they are still there. Is make-up my only option?
Cocoa butter is extremely comedogenic (pore-clogging) for a lot of people. Don't put it on your face unless you know you don't react to it, bros. Test spot first. This guy got lucky.
black anon here
my only insecurity is the hyper pigmentation on the lower corners of my bottom lip. it seems like a common thing for people with darker or tanner skin, but my case is pretty severe. it makes my lips look weird when i lick them.
is there anyway to revert the pigment of my lips back to their original form? am i forever doomed? pic very related
so we agreein on only shampooing your hair every like 2 days right? i need to step up my hair game, looking into buying something to blow dry my hair too, i'm not into putting things like gel on it though
supps: vitamin D, fish oil, algae extracts.
foodstuffs that act like supps: sauerkraut and eggs, every day. and a lot of vegetables, my diet is basically omelettes, bbq, and soups.
This thread is gay as fuck.
Also brotip, if you drink enough water your skin will always stay sexy, all this meme shit is just expensive ways to hydrate your body. (sauce, uncle works in the advertising department of The Body Shop)
Although if you have acne and want to buy foundation, that's acceptable.
How do i get rid of bacne? It's been getting worse over the last few months,. What do?
Nigga, I take a bath with pink soap that is used to wash cloathes, hair included.
I had acne when I was younger, like a shit fucking load, face/back/front, and it got me a whole lot of scars.
Then when I was like 17 My dermatologist finally agreed to get me on roaccutane or something with accutane in the name, and after a few months, most of my acne disappeared and most of the scars disappeared along with it.
Even my dermatologist who hated these kind of products and made me try all other kinds of light stuff before that was happy about the result, that shit changed my life.
This guy got it, you only have to drink enough water (2L/day), it'll improve a lot of things for you, no matter your condition.
>high pesticide count
this is literally just a meme. Just because it sounds scary and highly vocal people say 'if it kills insects why will it not kill me' are literally retarded with 0 scientific basis. If they were reall that bad they would be removed from the market (inb4 corruption).
this is another meme to make you pay more for the same thing. GMO's are literally one of the top tier inventions of humans ever, and every thing you have ever eaten is probably a GMO anyways, because everything that we grow today was selected for its superior traits in ancient times.
to think this is bad is again retarded, when there is only scientific proof that it is bad for celiacs, which accounts to less than 1% of the population.
the only excuse to not eat meat is 'muh animals', else it's a good protein source, albeit with a lot of fat in some cases.
if you do this, go to a good, known surgeon, even if it's more expensive; my mother got a mole removed between the mouth and nose and in her back and they left a noticeable scar for a long time (years past the surgery), which she regretted not going to a better one.
apple cider vinegar (make sure it has "the mother" in it)
>apply to a cotton wool ball
>bandage onto the mole
>leave it to soak in
>repeat until the mole is gone
if you find the ACV is irritating the skin around the mole, apply vaseline or something to the skin.
anybody has a "home remedy" for acne, I've read they are all bullshit and that puting stuff like lemon actually hurts the skin but I don't really have money for that at the moment.
here's a 101 on skin and hair care.
i don't really avoid any foods except complete shit. i make sure i get veggies in (spinach everyday, cucumbers, carrots, peppers, etc). and multivitamins/fish oils
for skin i only wash with a real face wash. CeraVe or Cetaphil is some of the best brands. they're expensive, but worth it in the long run. I usually wash my face once a day in the shower and after my show I use a Cetaphil/CeraVe moisturizer. I make sure to stay hydrated also. Always had perfect skin.
for hair stop USING SHAMPOO. shampoo kills your hair. the only thing I use on my hair is coconut oil. coconut oil is KING for hair. if you have dry shitty hair then coconut oil is the answer.
my class is over and i won't check this the rest of the day. gl.
>cerave/cetaphil face wash and moisturizer
>coconut oil is king for hair
I've been using the mineral oil (baby oil) + hot water to treat my blackheads on my nose for 2 weeks now.
Seems to be effective in reducing the visibility and keeps my skin more moisturized and keeps the sebum production under control.
My friend suggested to get a toner and cleanser and add it in my facial regiment. Namely nivea men's facial scrub, thoughts on this product?
Any suggestions for a toner and cleanser product?
I believe in taking care of myself and a balanced diet and rigorous exercise routine. In the morning if my face is a little puffy I'll put on an ice pack while doing stomach crunches. I can do 1000 now. After I remove the ice pack I use a deep pore cleanser lotion. In the shower I use a water activated gel cleanser, then a honey almond body scrub, and on the face an exfoliating gel scrub. Then I apply an herb-mint facial mask which I leave on for 10 minutes while I prepare the rest of my routine. I always use an after shave lotion with little or no alcohol, because alcohol dries your face out and makes you look older. Then moisturizer, then an anti-aging eye balm followed by a final moisturizing protective lotion.
Mfw first day back at university and work I have a fat red pimple on my forehead and one below my right cheek.
Why man...why. All those qt's in class seeing me for the first time going to remember it.
Anon is spot on, especially with leaving a bit in certain places.
It's not so much the hair around the asshole; it's the fact that it indicates effort and pride taken in appearance, that's the sexy part.
>got a cystic pimple on the the ridge of my nose
>was fucking huge like, half the size of a grape hurt crazy bad for like a couple days and then it really didn't hurt at all
>one day it got so big that a little opening just burst out of one side
>it drained a disgusting amount of puss
>talked to my sisters they said to just leave it
>3 or so weeks pass and it's healing pretty good
>go to the clinic anyways
>the guy said i should have come right away and that it can harden and stay a big bump on your face
>now im scared
>go prescribed some anti-biotics and some cream
>two days into using it
I hope it goes away m8s, it's pretty much receded now theirs just a little bump but i am still scared it's going to harden and stay that way.
Hey guys, Jason Blaha here. I take a baby aspirin everyday & drink 1 cup of white vinegar.
We love good jawlines, but so do women.
Just accept the compliment and move on.
Broccoli has high pesticide count and beans are on there in the good list. Grounding the flaxseed is better but generally isnt good for your intestines. You dont have to avoid it religiously but eating them everyday over years could lead to problems. Also that guy shilling for pesticides lol just lol it is literally poison designed to kill living things
I consider unibrows a dealbreaker, actually. I don't care about super shaped eyebrows but if they're really thick or close to meeting in the middle, it's unbelievably repulsive and it turns me off that they don't care about themselves enough to pluck for 5 mins and fix a unibrow.
Avoid touching your face, don't pop what's there, and if you don't have an actual face wash such as benzyl peroxide/nutrogena/cetaphil DO NOT replace those with hand soap/body soap. Your skin has good bacteria that you kill off, and you over dry the skin with plain soap.
Your best bet is to rinse your face with cold water, and apply witch hazel to sore spots. Hint, witch hazel is super cheap and super good for irritated skin. It's drying though, so don't go willy-nilly with it all over.
I used to apply hydrogen peroxide to zits. It was cool, but I'm not sure if I unintentionally prevented my body from healing. Also, keep lemon juice the fuck away from your face.
Drink lots of water.
Can confirm this shit. I used cetaphil for years but it always left my face a bit dry. I never thought there was such thing as clog free moisturizer.
>Use cetaphil in shower or sink (1 pump is fine)
>Warm water the gradually turn it to cold but not ice cold
>Apply Thayers Cucumber toner with the palm of my hands
>Pat dry your face with a towel you use exclusively for your face
>apply this moisturizer
>Saved my fucking skin even scars go away after a few weeks.
Fuck all that accutane shit.