Dermatologist Sandra Lee, also known as Dr. Pimple Popper, weighs in on the Internet rumor that the location of your acne breakout can reveal underlying health issues.
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There is absolutely a connection between acne and what you eat, y’all. Some countries have never seen acne before because they do not follow the standard American diet, which inflames our body and makes us sick. Don’t listen to the lie that there is nothing wrong with the way we eat—there likely is.
Def not false - it’s fact hormone linked acne is often on chin and jaw and thats what i deal with. What you’re putting in your body will definitely affect your skin. Idk why she said false and then basically contradicted herself lmao.
These doctors are crooks because of $$$ in the medical system. I suffered from severe acne from 13-23. My mom went from dermatologist to dermatologist with me. They ALL said.. "it has absolutely NOTHING to do with your diet. It's a myth". They offered acutane, which could potentially cause birth defects later on, not to mention make you suicidal. They suggested 3-4 facial treatments a month at 150-300$ each. We couldn't afford that so My mom spent endless $$$ on prescribed topical care. After about 6 months of using the creams, my acne became resistant. I went through high school depressed and hiding. But honestly, it gave me thick skin (pun intended) lol . After a while I just let it be.
At 23 My acne began clearing up accidentally. I say accidentally because none of these things were intentionally done for my skin. Age, meditation and a much better diet. Age, because my hormones balanced out. Mediation because stress levels balanced out. And diet, between upping my water game, eating pints of blueberries and getting addicted to nature valley granola bars cuz they taste amazing...which did/does wonders for my skin, hair and nails... my skin was flawless. But everyone is different... you gotta find what works for you!
At 25, I got an iud, which immediately brought my acne back severely. I told the gynecologist, and her response was, " that's not what's causing it! absolutely false". I said take it out.. and guess what?.. acne cleared up again 💁🏽.
Moral of the story, don't be so quick to listen to these doctors. Listen to your body first.
I kinda feel that what this doc is saying does support the idea that acne is an internal problem. You are what you eat. Cut out sugar, oils, grease and drink a gallon of water a day and see how clear your face gets😊
I do have to say, I have recently got acne only on my chin, and I thought it was poor diet. Til I found that toothpaste can cause acne when it drips down your chin and you don't rinse with warm water after.
Most of my acne are cured. But some of them left markings on my face.. how do I remove them? And I’m suffering from Blackheads now and oily face acne not much cuz I’m using this Acne face soup thingy that I bought from a clinic that I mostly go to. Most of my BlackHeads are on my nose so I’m not rlly worried about that cuz I have that blackhead nose removal and I sometimes use them. People always thought I have pimples or others on my face. Well I do have some pimples here and there but not much and mostly only markings left from acne or dried skin (idek what are they but they are markings). Rlly want to know how to remove them. It makes my face looks messy like as if I have tones of pimples while I don’t rlly have much.
This is such bullshit. For anyone with REAL adult acne - not idiots who don't realise that their bangs/chin strap is irritating their skin - this video is intensely frustrating. It simply confirms what I've known for years - dermatologists & doctors have no. fucking. idea. about what causes acne or how to fix it. When someone with a fucking clue makes a video, let me know
Hey ! I totally hear where you are coming from as I've had many of the above, and to be honest, it takes a holistic approach to clearing your skin. I share my experience after 10 years of severe acne,how I cleared it. I truly hope this helps you are feel free to ask any questions you may have.
I totally how know how you feel and to be honest, clearing acne from experience takes a holistic approach. I share info on how I achieved this after 10 years of suffering from acne. I truly hope this helps. x
Im pretty nervous after watching this that I m ay have PCOS, Idk how true this lady is or if my acne on my cheeks/down to my chin line is for other reasons.ahh, now im lowkey nervous. Luckily, I have an appointment with my OB/GYN tommorrow, so maybe there is something they can do to determine if there are any issues/things to worry about
I have acne on my jawline and I'm a guy. Had it since I turned 17 and and I'm 23 now.. It just doesn't go away man like wtf. It leaves dark marks which makes it even worse fuckk man it sucks! Deters my confidence so much
When I stopped wearing my hair in my face, on my forehead mostly, pretty much all my acne dissipated. I stopped leaning my chin or cheek on my wrist, cause you can get zits from that. I never to touch my face with my fingertips, and wash my face after eating buttery or greasy foods. I don't always take my makeup off at the end of the day, but if I use a panstick concealer, I always wipe away the surface of it. I stopped using so many products on my skin, save for aveeno lotion cause it can be dry. These small choices made a difference.
How the hell are these clown doctor's and scientist going to cure cancer when they can't even cure acne!!!!! So sad!!! Christ it's 2018 get with it doctor's, this shit should have been cured in the 1970's.
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