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4 BONUS TIPS for Everyone: http://www.epicbeautyguide.com/2010/02/top-15-natural-beauty-tips-for-clear-skin/ :: My Book – The Real Guide to Flawless Skin on …

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  • amr sopno 4 years ago

    Hello, have you considered “AcneverAgain” (google it)? On their website you can watch a good free video demonstrating the right way to clear away acne quickly. It made it possible for Peter to have gorgeous clean skin in 1-2 month. Perhaps it will help you too…

  • Eman Jamal 4 years ago

    very helpful info. thanks

  • sskan jabeen 4 years ago

    make a paste of lemon and baking soda and the mask it on your face for 5 to 10 mints
    you will see the change soon

  • donttouchthis1000 4 years ago

    How do you get rid of acne scars? And what are so good tips on how to get rid of blackheads?

  • MotherMonster8 4 years ago

    is there difference between asian and western skin? Im trying to get rid of my blackheads and whiteheads using your baking soda method but it’s not making any difference pleaaase help?

  • Georgia Baddeley 4 years ago

    Melbourne tap water has no chlorine in it.
    Woop woop, Australia!

  • jeztine cay 4 years ago

    whats a lotion mask?

  • themerz72 4 years ago

    I sent you a personal message a few weeks ago. Just wondering if you ever check your messages lol

  • Epic Beauty Guide 4 years ago

    Hey Jo, have you seen my website? It’s EpicBeautyGuide *com and I write a lot of about eliminating acne and balancing oily skin. You would probably find it very helpful.

    ~Steph x

  • Epic Beauty Guide 4 years ago

    Thank you! xo

  • Epic Beauty Guide 4 years ago

    I use SIRCUIT’s retinal serum and IMAGE ageless pure hyaluronic acid to prevent fine lines and they work great (and they are both natural). Sweet almond oil is great for moisturizing and does not clog pores. Just keep it out of light and heat so it does not go rancid.

    ~Steph x

  • Epic Beauty Guide 4 years ago

    You can go around but do not use a scrub on your delicate under-eye or eyelid skin. You don’t want to cause any irritation or tearing.

    ~Steph x

  • MotherMonster8 4 years ago

    your skin is awesome

  • asianeverything5 4 years ago

    you can clean/gently scrub around eye area with skin apotheke utban right? no harm?

  • asianeverything5 4 years ago

    what to use for fine lines? which moisturizer or for speeding up collagen production? is NOW’s organic sweet almond oil good enough for moisturizing face and body or does it clog pores?

  • Jo Marr 4 years ago

    I have really oily skin and get acne :’(

  • akash gurung 4 years ago

    You are so cute :)

  • Epic Beauty Guide 4 years ago

    Okay, then you might want to consider thermo-coagulation. That is usually a great optional for broken capillaries on the face. Unfortunately there are no creams or potions that will remove them once they are there, but they can be prevented. I have a blog post on my website for that, and a newer, updated one coming soon.

  • ummitshailey12 4 years ago

    Thank you so much. This worked wonders. My skin is so much nicer from all your tips. I’m fifteen and my acne and scarring has been so bad. I totally understand your blog post where you wrote you thought it was silly to fake flawless skin. I have always thought that. It makes me feel way more confident to see you embrace your beautiful pale skin because I never liked mine until recently. You helped me a lot! :)

  • asianeverything5 4 years ago

    again thanks for replying..it’s nice of you. broken capillaries are around cheeks and nose, some..

  • Epic Beauty Guide 4 years ago

    It’s decent and inexpensive, but I think you would be better of with their alcohol-free wicth hazel for your combination skin. ;)

    ~Steph x

  • Epic Beauty Guide 4 years ago

    Thank you, Farhan, so are you!

  • Epic Beauty Guide 4 years ago

    Where are the broken capillaries located?

  • Epic Beauty Guide 4 years ago

    cream that will not clog pores or create milia. Make sure the eye cream you pick is indeed natural and high quality. I recommend you look at brands like Acure Organics, 100% Pure, Tata Harper, and Skin Apotheke (I love Skin Apotheke’s vitamin C eye cream).

    ~Steph x

  • Epic Beauty Guide 4 years ago

    For under-eye milia, I suggest visiting a dermatologist or licensed aesthetician who is qualified and capable of removing milia without damaging the delicate skin around your eye. Unfortunately they usually need to be extracted using a tiny needle (it doesn’t hurt, it just creates a wee opening for the milia to come out). To prevent them, make sure you remove your eye makeup thoroughly (coconut oil is perfect for that) and follow with a gentle, thorough cleansing. Use a natural, hydrating eye

  • Epic Beauty Guide 4 years ago

    Thanks, Johnny. You’re very welcome, I hope you found it helpful. ;)

    ~Steph x

  • asianeverything5 4 years ago

    or applying aloe vera gel from plant/leaf on face?