Acne on My Forehead

I wonder if anyone can give me some advice on ACNE I have on my forehead. I am 22 and still suffer really bad. I feel that other people are laughing at me when I go out and call me butters, ugly etc. Any advice would be great.

Thanks,
Adam from London

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July 10, 20060 found this helpful

Pimples are a cause of excess sebum (oil) production mixed with bacteria. its important not to dry out your skin with witchazel, alcohol or any other severe method such as overdosing on BHA's and AHA's or even using cleansers that dry out the skin including soaps. If you excessively dry out your skin, it will inturn produce even more oil as a defense mechanism, to keep it soft, nourished and supple. After all the skin needs some oil to function properly as an organ. So to help the acne problem you need to use a recommended percentage of BHA's and AHA's, where it is required on the area of your skin only. Infact keeping your skin moisturised with a good moisturiser (such as a hyloronic based moisturiser, oil free and light) will help to make the skin supple and soft, and the skin will not have to produce excess oil to protect itself. Moisturised skin also help the breakouts to come through less painfully. Otherwise there are other ways of helping it, such as oral contraception, this helps to reduce the androgen hormone (male hormone) levels in your skin which produce excess sebum, resulting in acne (see your doctor). Lastly the only other thing i can say is that generally if your experiencing breakout on your forehead only, this could indicate disrupted digestion. According to chinese facial readings, the forehead can indicate the state of a part in your body, and the forehead relates specifically to digestion.. so consider what your eating... hoped i help.. if you want extra info just let me know xx

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April 27, 20070 found this helpful

There are many new products on the market to help with this. I suggest you see a dermatologist.

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April 28, 20070 found this helpful

Try this recipe-It's done wonders for me!

Vinegar and Honey Facial Toner

http://www.recipezaar.com/131186

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April 28, 20070 found this helpful

I'm 22 too, and I've always had awful acne as well.

I went to the dermatologist for years when I was younger and got prescription creams, took antibiotics, medications and tried every single natural remedy under the sun. None of them worked, or if they did, they only did for a short while and dried out my face like no tomorrow. Then the acne eventually came back even worse than before.

What I noticed last year that helps extremely is that if I eat a good assortment of fruits and vegetables, it flat out goes away. Especially spinach, this sounds weird, but if I make sure I have at least some spinach every day, my acne is kept at bay. I can tell when I'm not getting a lot of it in my diet because the flare-ups come back fast. Must be all the awesome vitamins in it or something that help keep hormones in check.

Also, what seems to help my skin is to avoid the acne medications at all costs. Apparently they dry out your face, so your skin cells work hard to create more oils to help keep your skin nice and soft, but the oils just make you break out more. What I go for now are gentle cleansers made for people with sensitive skin without too heavy of moisturizers or anything like that. It definitely has helped my skin out a lot and I look like a normal human being.

What the person above said about cold water is true too.

Good luck, I hope our suggestions have helped!

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April 30, 20070 found this helpful

i use to have acne, too, but now i dont. i put HOT water on my face, then scrubed aveano acne control on my face, then rinsed with COLD water twice a day. also, if u put a dab of toothpast on an opened acne pore twice a week, it will help make the acne less noticable. hope i helped and good luck!

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May 1, 20070 found this helpful

It's important to eat a healthy diet, acne or not, but it won't cure acne. I'm sure you have friends who eat nothing but candy & french fries and never break out. Acne is hereditary, plain & simple. There are many home remedies and lots of them work fine for mild to moderate acne. If you have the kind of acne that doesn't respond to these remedies, or you have ever had hard, painful, under-the-skin pimples, you have a more serious problem called cystic acne. Only a dermatologist can really help this condition. Dermatologists now have lots of effective new treatments that won't fry your skin. Additionally it is a total myth that your skin will produce more oil from washing it too often. Another myth is needing to use a moisturizer or lotion even for oily skin. That will definitely not clear up your acne. Avoid using all products containing mineral oil. That has been scientifically proven to aggravate acne. Hope this helps. I've been there and it's no fun.

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May 2, 20070 found this helpful

The best solution is to dab toothpaste on every acne spot before you go to bed, and wash it off in the morning. Repeat this every night or so.

I know it sounds crazy but it really works!

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May 7, 20070 found this helpful

Hey, I'm a 13 year old guy, and I have acne all over my forehead. It's like it can't go away. I eat very healthy food, the fittest person in my gym class, and wash my face two times a day. I recently was in a school production of the play "Into The Woods Jr." and my directory told me to drink an ounce of oil, regular oil, for a month. I'm trying that right now, but it isn't working too well. And also, I have bangs, but I'm not sure if it does anything to affect it. Please help.

Editor's Note: Taking oil seems kind of strange to me and it seems like it would promote rather than cure acne. I'm not sure what the purpose is in that. Your bangs also can be a place where oil can collect. Get some bobby pins and pin your bangs back while you sleep. Drinking water is always good and sunshine on your forehead. Avoid chocolate, french fries and fatty foods. You could also be allergic to your shampoo. I'm sure there are many more tips but those are the first things I'd try.

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May 11, 20070 found this helpful

I'm 22 as well! What you need to do first is drink lots of water. LOTS of water. It's a great way to purify your system. Ante up the veggies in your diet and cut out sugar and salt for a long period of time. Was your face with a mild soap and use benzoyl peroxide or salicilic acid based toners or soaps. DON"T USE BOTH TOGETHER. Trust me, I've had very very bad forhead and sideburn acne before. Thankfullly, when I started to eat well and excercise (kept off 10 lbs!!) my skin changed dramatically.

I also heard the yellow part of the egg yolk treatment is ideal for monthly treating. ANd anything with charcoal in it is a good fit for you.

Best of luck to you, God bless.

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May 17, 20070 found this helpful

i try so so so hard to get rid of this stuff.i wash my face like 3 times a day,and i dont scrub it becusz that forms acne.i used numerous products and i dosnt work.im sick and tired of this acne.im 12 years old and i ONLY get it on my forehead and when i wear my bangs up al the kids say i look like the grand canyon and that my forehead looks like the moon HELP ME.

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June 6, 20070 found this helpful

ACNE is also caused by a hormone imbalance... One person mentioned this... It's true, plus your hormone imbalance can be hereditray...

Have a blood test done to check your hormones... Usually in women it's a high testosterone level causing acne...

I know from having PCOS, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome... PCOS is a hormone imbalance effecting your whole body... Acne is very common in us...

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June 20, 20070 found this helpful

here is a really great recipe that i use every once in a while to treat acne

take some ground cinnamon and work it into a paste with lemon juice

dab it on your face and leave on for 15 minutes

wash it off with a wet wash cloth

it burns reallllllly bad at first but the results are worth it

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June 20, 20070 found this helpful

I've had problems with my skin for years, I was always breaking out but if I washed my face every night, my skin was really dry and flaky. Water really does help, though. I've just recently started drinking nothing but water every day(so no more dry, flaky skin) and holding a hot washcloth on my face for a few minutes before I wash my face and my skin already looks 10 times better than it did. Even my blackheads are gone and I didn't think I'd ever get rid of those.

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June 24, 20070 found this helpful

i have horrible acne on my forehead. ive tried toners and everything, and nothing works, dermatologist cant do anything i get dehydrated alot so is the acne from water?

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June 30, 20070 found this helpful

Well i'm 12 and i started getting pimples when i was about 10. I started off not really worrying about it until last year{2006}when a friend of mine who says what she thinks said "Hello pimple face." Thats when i started using Clearisal Ultra deep pore scrub.I now use it day nd night and i drink 8 cups of water a day. i also do put toothpaste on every night and that does help. but if you have just started getting Acne or Pimples PLEASE act don't wait!!!

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July 8, 20070 found this helpful

okay, i have acne a little above my eyebrows, practically in between them.. i've never had this before.. i've had this acne since the middle of the year.. please help!!

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August 4, 20070 found this helpful

I believe that the Harley Medical Group now offer chemical face peels which although expensive would erode all the acne from the face.

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August 25, 20070 found this helpful

I had a severe acne breakout about 2 months ago all over my forehead. And I never had gotten acne like this on my face ever before. No matter what I did it just come coming and coming. I remember I bought this Gel for the first time, I usually used QUEEN HELENE CHOLESTEROL GEL.. But I used some other type I had bought, because I was in a rush. I stopped using that Gel, and all of a sudden, my acne was gone. I went back to my old Gel QUEEN HELENE CHOLESTEROL , and I havent breaken out in 2 months. For me it was the Gel that made me break out. The best advice I can give you is to change your hairproduct, to something more gentle on your skin. And a little advice when putting on hairspray, make sure to cover your forehead with a towel, because that stuff can easily clog your pores, and make you break out. I hope this works for you guys, bye.

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September 1, 20070 found this helpful

Try the Dr. Hauschka's range - for starters, try their 'Daily Face Care Kit for Oily Skin'. It is aimed for oily, acne prone skin!

Check out their reviews for it at:

http://www.drhauschka.co.uk/comments.php?productCode=20

Or check out their online shopping site at:

http://www.drhauschka.co.uk/products.php?linkid=1

Apparently it's really good (i myself haven't tried it, but the reviews are great! I don't have the same skin as you..)

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September 13, 20070 found this helpful

I'm 20 years old and never had a problem with my skin, until I moved 2 years ago to Jordan. I use to just use a good cleanser and moisturizer and I was fine, but now that doesn't seem to work for my forehead anymore. I know that using facial products can over dry the skin and cause irritations and usually make things worse. So I usually use mine 3-4 times a week. and I usually wash my face first with water. Then I use this Clear Pore Cleanser/Mask by Neutrogena that used to work wonders for me but not any more. Then I scrub my face with these gentle moisturizing cleanser pads by Buf-Puf, and then I finally apply some toner by Olay for all skin types ( with witch hazel in it). Acne doesn't run in my family and I do take good care of my skin, but these pimples just don't seem like they're going away any time soon. They're only concentrated in the middle of my forehead. Can some 1 please help me and tell me what I should do?

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October 8, 20070 found this helpful

Hi Adam,

In my personal experience acne on the forehead is related to digestion. For me it relates directly to eating sugar. If I eat sugar I get a very red and bumpy forehead, if I don't, my skin is clear. Also avoid orange juice, pork and wheat. Try it, it works! Apparently sugar feeds the bacteria that causes acne and generally irritates the acid balance of the body/skin.

Lisanne

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November 3, 20070 found this helpful

I just started going to school. I am 25 and I am meaning College. I have noticed little bumps on my forehead that I haven't really seen before. I thought it was my time of the month hormones but now I am thinking it might be the wheat. I just started eating my things with wheat in them and the comment above makes sense to me. I hope it goes away I have never had acne. Minus a few here and there..

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January 14, 20080 found this helpful

I am male who suffers from acne to this day I am seeing a dermatologist but it doesn't seem to be helping me at all other then making my cheeks real red, but I sat down and noticed my environment, in both of my parents smoke in my house so when I was younger my acne on my cheeks was not really bad at all until I began to smoke. That's when it got it really bad. Now I heard environmental acne usually comes out through the cheeks. Now I am that willing to do anything to get away my acne that I quit smoking and forced my family to now smoke out side. If you have an tips for cheek acne plz post. Thank You!

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January 16, 20080 found this helpful

Use burt's bees chamomile and bark face wash, it is 97% natural. It gets rid of the bad oil and puts good oil on you. It feels awesome and it works. Trust me.

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February 13, 20080 found this helpful

The other day noticed that the most common place for acne or spots is on the forehead. This got me think, why do people have acne on their foreheads rather than anywhere else? The answer is probably because the hair contains some natural oils or greasy substances. These substances coming into contact with the forehead could be the cause for acne so I would recommend keeping you're hair clean and off your face and washing your face as often as possible (5 times a day) and also be careful wot creams u use. Don't use oil based products or products that are oily on you're face.

Also do not wear make up on your skin (foundation, blusher and concealer etc).You can also try eating fruits which contains a lot of water such as cucumbers and apples. Do extreme exercise after having a shower to make yourself sweat a lot, then have a shower with cold water and wash your face THOROUGHLY. All these methods will not only make you healthier but also give you clearer, more vibrant and more even skin texture.

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April 14, 20080 found this helpful

I'm at a very young age and i have acne in the middle of my forehead. I have tried EVERYTHING possible to get it to go away. I have used face washes, and soap but it didn't work. I'm trying to drink a lot of water and stay away from sweets. Can someone give me some other ideas to get acne to disappear? Thank you.

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April 29, 20080 found this helpful

I have been a licensed cosmetologist for 15 years. I have also dealt with acne myself. There is a multiple reasons for acne anywhere. Food has never been proven to be a factor. It is best to go to a dermatologist and/or esthetician first to find out your skin type before using/combining too many products. I will list some basic tips & products pretty safe for anyone.

Cetaphil can be used on all skin types. Do not wash several times a day. Morning and evening is enough. Do not use facial scrubs where broken skin exists. Use a mild toner, a mild one is safe to use after gym class or afternoon workouts in between washes. splash face with water, then apply toner.

Always moisturize, yes even if you have oily skin. Over drying the skin can actually make your skin produce even more oil. Cetaphil moisturizer is also safe on all skin types.

Only use one salycic acid/retinol product at a time...not several...again over-drying. Apply at night/morning before moisturizing. Avoid popping, picking, and touching in those areas. I know this is hard, but it does make it worse.

All make-up should be replaced every 3-6 months. Never use dirty brushes and sponges. Never apply with hands. Do not share make-up.

Anytime you change facial products, rather cleansing and/or make-up...allow 6-12 weeks for new break-outs to calm down. Same with work-outs..take your own towel, avoid hair products on the forehead, and don't smoke for many reasons. Sometimes things get worse before they get better! Stay consistent in regimen.

If you have any other questions you can contact me at www.beautipage.com/jennyrobison and hit email me, and no I'm not trying to "sell" you anything...it's just a safe way for me to answer/talk with out giving out my private address. good luck...if things do not clear up even with professional/safe products seek medical advice. There are medical conditions that can cause acne as well. Also remember many medications can cause mild to severe acne...always ask.

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October 16, 20080 found this helpful

Nothing works. It just goes away when it feels like it.

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January 5, 20090 found this helpful

I've got the same problem over 6 months, I used to try lots of methods but it has no effect. So I'll try to start from my diet first, see if it can really work. Just 1 week experiment.

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January 18, 20090 found this helpful

Milk Products and Chocolate always aggravate and cause forehead pimples. Try to stay away from milk products and drink lots of water.

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February 23, 20090 found this helpful

You should change your pillowcase every 3 days because oils caught in it can make your acne worse. When you go to sleep after you wash your face tie up your hair away from your face because the oils can clog up your pores and cause more acne.

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June 22, 20100 found this helpful

I used to get breakouts in random places all over my face. I started getting them mostly on my forehead. I went to a natural doctor and she suggested I take drops of this lymph cleanse. It cleared them up in a weak. You can get little drop cleanses like that for the lymphs at places like whole foods. Whenever my forehead seems like it's going to break out again I take a couple drops of it, but I haven't had to in a year. I even got my sister to do it when her forehead was breaking out. I wish I had a miracle cleanse for my chin breakouts.

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August 16, 20100 found this helpful

I currently have acne on my forehead. However, it's going away quickly because I started to eat a lot of fruits/veggies and drink a lot of water. But I am having problems with acne on my sideburns, can anyone give suggestions on how to make them go away?

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June 19, 20110 found this helpful

I am 35. I have always had good skin. Didn't get pimples in HS nor in college. Now recently I started to form bumps on my forehead that if I scratch or squeeze, dried, white, tiny, tear-shaped stuff comes out. The bumps are so noticeable in pictures. I don't know why my skin is starting to act up. I am also vegetarian so I eat lots of fruits and veggies. The only thing is I am not good at drinking water. It gets really stressful that I can't seem to rid them. Sigh.

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I have tiny pimples all over my forehead. Anyone have any advice for getting rid of them?

By Horseluver123

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Acne on Forehead

WITCH HAZEL. You can find it near the alcohol or peroxide at the store. It has no odor, isn't drying, and feels like water, but works great on cleaning the face. (07/30/2004)

By Tawnda

Acne on Forehead

I am 61 now; but, I use to be a teenager and I always dabbed whole milk and let it dry on my face and after it dried I gently washed it off with warm water and patted my face dry, every night and it gets rid of zits, etc. most of the time. By the way, I have people thinking I am in my early forties because my skin is so nice and smooth. (07/30/2004)

By sshep

Acne on Forehead

If you have oily hair & bangs, the oil from your bangs could be causing it. I had long hair and my back would break out where ever my hair touched. Would it be possible to pull your hair back? I got my hair cut shoulder length & now my back is clear. (07/30/2004)

By Cheryl from Missouri

Acne on Forehead

I use 70% concentration rubbing alcohol on my face, applying with a cotton ball, several times a day in summer when it's hot. About three times a day the rest of the year. Works very well, hardly ever get pimples, and doesn't dry out my face because I do lotion once a day (07/31/2004)

By Ann

Acne on Forehead

I have horrible skin, I get acne all over my body. That being said, you'd never be able to tell as I've worked out a routine to take care of it and now I'm clear. First wash you hands in antibacterial soap. Next I use Johnson and Johnson all over baby wash, the important thing is that its not heavily scented or colored, was your entire face and neck. Then apply a sensitive skin astringent on to a cotton ball, it doesn't have to be expensive mine costs 2.99. Use a circular upward motion until entire face is done, then do your neck. You can use the same cotton ball. The apply moisturizer so you don't dry out. I use a generic brand of Oil of Olay. When all that's done apply a thin layer of a 10% benzyoil peroxide acne treatment only to areas where you get acne. And by thin I mean thin, don't slather it on you just need a tiny amount. It sounds like a lot but it takes 5 minutes. Good luck (08/24/2004)

By Suzanne S.

Acne on Forehead

Baking soda on a wet cloth works very well for me. Use gently. It can also be used with lotion. Follow with a good moisturizer. (08/24/2004)

By lorac456

Acne on Forehead

Hair gel makes it worse. and hair products, so try using less of them, or just using it at the ends, and wash your hair before bed. Then just add the styling products in the morning. It should help stop them from showing up. (02/15/2005)

By miss annabelle

Acne on Forehead

These things have helped me:

I had no energy problems, but I did have pimples. I went on the same diet and MY skin also cleared up. It took about 1 week but my pimples just started disappearing. Anyway, I talk about this non-stop to anyone who is suffering from acne. It's amazing to me that people don't talk about it more. So try it, even just as a 1-week experiment. It is pretty amazing.
My cousin is sitting here with me and wants to say that the diet I described plus Proactiv worked for her (in clearing up her skin and just making her feel better overall). It'd true, her skin does look super-nice. Good luck to all of you!
(09/14/2005)

By ErinMcGuire

Acne on Forehead

Fortunately, I've never had bad acne, but I do get a pimple now and then. but I now have a nightly routine that makes them almost non-existent.

First, I wash my face with a face wash. then, I use St. Ives makeup remover, and lastly, I use queen of helene oatmeal and honey facial scrub. I used to use the acne pads, too, but they really dry out my skin. Overkill, I guess. Since i've been following this routine, pimples are very few and far between. (09/14/2005)

By Gwynnetx

Acne on Forehead

I have terrible skin. Some things that I have heard that work are:

Putting lemon juice on a cotton pad/ball, and putting it on a new/inflamed zit for like 3-5 min.

Also, don't wear make-up/cover-up before working out. This clogs up pores and causes bacteria build up. (06/21/2006)

By Rachel

Acne on Forehead

Pimples are a cause of excess sebum (oil) production mixed with bacteria. It's important not to dry out your skin with witchazel, alcohol or any other severe method such as overdosing on BHA's and AHA's or even using cleansers that dry out the skin including soaps. If you excessively dry out your skin, it will in-turn produce even more oil as a defense mechanism, to keep it soft, nourished and supple. After all the skin needs some oil to function properly as an organ.

So to help the acne problem you need to use a recommended percentage of BHA's and AHA's, where it is required on the area of your skin only. In fact, keeping your skin moisturized with a good moisturizer (such as a hyloronic based moisturizer, oil free and light) will help to make the skin supple and soft, and the skin will not have to produce excess oil to protect itself. Moisturized skin also help the breakouts to come through less painfully. Otherwise there are other ways of helping it, such as oral contraception, this helps to reduce the androgen hormone (male hormone) levels in your skin which produce excess sebum, resulting in acne (see your doctor).

Lastly the only other thing I can say is that generally if your experiencing breakout on your forehead only, this could indicate disrupted digestion. According to chinese facial readings, the forehead can indicate the state of a part in your body, and the forehead relates specifically to digestion.. so consider what your eating... hoped i help. If you want extra info just let me know. (07/10/2006)

By Ally (Therapist)

Acne on Forehead

I'm a guy and I used to have this problem. This works for all your facial acne issues. Buy a bar of clinique facial soap, rub it into a wet rag and scrub your face with it in the shower under hot water. When you get out splash really cold water on your face and proceed to shave.

What this does is, when the water is hot (when you're washing your face in the shower) the pores in your skin open up allowing you to deep-clean your skin. When you get out and splash cold water on your face the pores close cutting off all the dirt, dust, and other pollutants in the air. Don't use lotion on your face because it creates a sticky surface that attracts dirt, don't touch your face because the oil on your hands will make you break out, and be careful to rinse or wipe off any hair gel or hair products because these will also make you break out.

Cold water on the face may seem a little shocking at first but it has a lot of benefits. First, it stimulates skin making it tighter and even-toned. Second, it closes pores blocking out the stuff that makes you break out, Third, since the pores close, the hair follicles close, so when you shave you won' t shave too close making you develop in-grown hairs. Forth, it moisturizes your skin. After the hot shower your skin will absorb the cold water like a sponge.

Cold water is like toner, lotion, and moisturizer for men. Take it like a man with a cold splash of water and you and the ladies will notice a big difference. Believe me, I know from personal experience.

One other thing, check your diet. If you eat bad food (junk food, fast food) it'll show up on your face. You really are what you eat. (02/16/2007)

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