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Post Reply how do i get nice smooth skin?
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Posted 7/1/15

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Jan- wrote:

Something wrong in asking about how to get smooth skin on here?seems like you see trolls behind every corner.


I didn't say anything wrong I just said it might be more beneficial to the poster of a general question to look on the net than asking on a forums.


Ie., that when you're seventeen, you feel insecure enough to ask your peers for advice on life--even if it's on a gaming or fan site--rather than seek out experts who might be considered a, gasp, authority on the subject.
When we see threads like "What should I wear today?", it seems more like insecurity, and turning to one's Magic Friends Behind the Screen, than an attempt to start thoughtful round-table discussion or seek out valuable net-resources.

Also, a good astringent helps, once a night before bed, after an antibacterial soap-and-water scrub.
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Use lotion and wash often. Also never go outside.
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Water, Water, and more Water. You can't go wrong with the only beverage Out there capable of actual positive all around effects. Aloe Vera and Papaya, as well as Cucumber may be of SOME Help...Definitely don't Quote Me on this, though. And lastly, I've heard that there are new advances in Dermabrasion Out there, as well as new Topicals.

Hope this Helps a bit.
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x-Cellar_Door-x wrote:

Water, Water, and more Water. You can't go wrong with the only beverage Out there capable of actual positive all around effects. Aloe Vera and Papaya, as well as Cucumber may be of SOME Help...Definitely don't Quote Me on this, though. And lastly, I've heard that there are new advances in Dermabrasion Out there, as well as new Topicals.

Hope this Helps a bit.


bruh im 17, i cant afford Dermabrasion
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Posted 7/1/15

anzn wrote:

Drink lots of water, lotion...


I seriously thought you're making him drink lotion.

But anyway, swash your face before you sleep, sleep early, wake up early, wash your face before you eat breakfast
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Posted 7/1/15 , edited 7/1/15
Just drink enough water, eat a balanced diet, practice good hygiene, avoid harsh soaps and use a little moisturiser/cream sometimes. There's really no need to go for all those scrubs.
Posted 7/1/15
Maybe you are born with it, maybe it's Maybelline.


Serious answer: I'm pretty sure it's genetics... like some people smoke cigarettes daily and their skin look more luscious than mine... and I don't even smoke or drink. My skin is horrible... bad genes.

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Diet can affect a lot of this and some products can help but most of it is genetics as stated above.
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Well if you're a guy that shaves their face getting completely smooth skin is pretty much impossible (due to razor bumps/ingrown hairs) But you can always try drinking lots of water, putting on a mask once a week, and using a face wash in the shower. I recommend the one in the picture, it works super well for me and clears up anything on my face within 24 hours.

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Posted 7/1/15 , edited 7/1/15
1) Change your shower head to one that filters chlorine, which is bad for your skin.
2) Don't shower in such hot water, and keep it short.
3) Use non-comodogenic soap, doesn't clog pours.
4) Get some sun, though for people with sensitive skin, lots of sun might irritate instead.
5) If you sweat a lot, wear loose fitting shirts that are 100% cotton. Sweat can build up and bacteria loves sweat
6) Avoid detergent with bleach, which is worse for your skin than chlorine.
7) Eat healthy, drink plenty of water, and exercise. Your skin is an organ, and like your other organs, it benefits from good food and activity.
8) Don't smoke.

Other than all that, your genetics also determines whether you'll have nice healthy smooth skin.
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Posted 7/1/15
ty all
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Drink lots of water.
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Posted 7/1/15
Apparently exfoliating is a magical thing that can fix everything.
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dawg you are 17. Men look better as they age unlike females.
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