Quick answer for me, YES! I don’t know that people who have never suffered from constant breakout understand that.
I started having massive breakouts when I was eleven years old. It was really bad. It was so bad I was once asked did I have chicken pox. That was quiet humiliating. I hated going anywhere. I hated talking to people. I often heard people talking about me behind my back, some would be so bold to tell me to my face. “Hey girl you ugly,” “Don’t nobody want you with all them thangs on yo face,” and “Hey ugly,” Sometimes I would get the “why don’t you look like your sister,” as if I had a choice.When I would go and apply for jobs, I was always placed in the back if I was hired.
I know some of you can relate. Acne can be a B*^*h. But here is what I learned about me and acne. When I was stationed in Kuwait they do not drink cows’s milk, which I happen to drink a lot of when I was growing up. Instead I drank a lot of tea, and because I still liked cereal I actually put water(which I do not recommend) on my cereal. My skin slowly started to clear up soon it was beautiful. And for the first time in my life i got a compliment. Yeah you heard me, a compliment. I had never had one, only insults.
Later on I learned of black African soap and shea butter, both of which has held me tremendously with my skin.
So below are the things I use to help treat my acne
Very low amounts of cows’s milk, (I think this is because of all the hormones )
Retin-A which I sometimes use but not often
Black African Soap
I also notice I tend to have more small breakouts if I eat a lot of pizza.
I hope this helps someone. There is nothing good about acne.
Thanks for reading my blog, like, subscribe, comment. Did you suffer from acne?
One other thing.My poem “The show she puts on ,” is how I felt walking around with acne.