Acne that wont go away1. my symptom is acne-located on the lower half of my face, never on forehead
- rarely come to a head
- usually leave a hyper pigmentation scare
2. first started- always had very little acne a spot here and there at 13-15
- 15 acne became severe was put on accutance twice
- 18 now acne is still strong but mild
3. Better or worse- my acne comes and goes nothing clears it,
- but cold water relives the anxiety I have about my acne for a short period of time,
- Also washing my face relives that anxiety ( I HAVE to wash my face 3 times a day)
4. I am sensitive to- heat makes me sweat profusely,
- I love fresh cold air, and cold water
5. my state of mind- I have terrible anxitey with my acne
- I feel disgusting with acne ( never want to leave my home and often won't spend weeks at home)
- only feel happy and confident with clear skin
- dont like to be looked at with acne
My questions is, what remedy should I take to clear my acne, its a ongoing issue that has taken over my life and I want it back.
Would mean alot if someone could answer this please. Thank you.
opalrose on 2013-12-22
homeopathy and there are 12 of them. They work by balancing out the
metabolism of the cells.
If you are in USA you can find Cell Salts in Whole Foods near the remedies,
buy Cal Sulph 6x and follow bottle directions or order from vitacost online. With cell salts you take
them 3 weeks at a time , then a week off. When the problem is resolved
you stop taking them- they are not a vitamin but to correct imbalance.
Try this out for 10 days and then report back on how it is going.
[message edited by simone717 on Sun, 22 Dec 2013 19:39:23 GMT]
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