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5 Reddit comments about Carlson - The Very Finest Fish Oil, 1600 mg Omega-3s, Liquid Fish Oil Supplement, Norwegian Fish Oil, Wild-Caught, Sustainably Sourced Fish Oil Liquid, Lemon, 500 mL (2 Pack):

u/Acnehommie · 6 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Hey Tree,

I just read your entire post and I actually just created a Reddit account just to give you a reply since your story aligns perfectly with mine. I mean, perfect. First congratulations on becoming acne-free, every person on earth deserves to be free of this skin disease! I believe that so much so, that I’d like to tell you my story so it can help you further. To relate, I used to drink half a gallon of milk everyday since I was 13. So I was a dairy nut as well.


But the difference is I hit 5'9 by the age of 13 and I'm now at 6'2 at 195 lbs. (quite lean). I got forehead acne at the age of 14, it all started when I started to masturbate. I know you didn't include this but this might be a trigger for you, as it was for me. I noticed continuously that I had no new breakouts if I didn't masturbate. I'd love to go over the science behind it but that's going to take too long. In a nutshell, it indirectly causes acne by creating hormonal imbalances in your body. Regardless, it's a disputed issue and everyone's case is different.


I was then put on antibiotics like you, from Doxycycline to Minocycline, both of which I've become resistant to. And I now know why I've become resistant to them. What antibiotics actually do, is they kill all the bacteria that causes certain diseases which is why they're so effective. But the "trade-off" is that you can quickly become resistant to it and it destroys your gut bacteria. There are several studies online that show the connection between gut health and skin (acne). That being said, you probably don't have a healthy gut flora balance by now which leaves you prone to acne and various other health problems. Your gut absorbs various nutrients and plays a major role in your body's well being.


So, anyways at the time, I didn't know any of this shit. Believed the dermatologists who only treated the symptoms, not the underlining problem. My face soon at the age of 17, due to chronic stress and the other terrible things that I was given before, made me break out - bad. Like holy shit, Freddy Krueger had nothing on me, it was that bad.


I didn't look at anyone in the face, people saw me as a monster versus who I really was. I thought I was a nice guy, actually incredibly handsome, tall, and muscular (I know I'm being biased). But quite a lot of people only judge you based on your outer appearance versus who you really are. And I thought I deserved acne, the dermatologist I went to said "I was doomed to acne because my mother had it", which is why I had acne prone skin in the first place.


Then you know one thing leads to another and then you're taking Accutane. That was the worst regret of my life, Accutane. I know, it helps so many people and it works. I know it works, my oldest brother who had chronic acne was 'cured' by it. It's the closest thing we have to a wonder drug for acne as of right now, but it's a last resort. And to give you some background of why it's so bad, Accutane was originally developed to be a chemotherapy drug developed for cancer. The original company that developed it, Roche, had to discontinue it in 2009 due to all the lawsuit claims of various health problems its caused. But they soon found out that the isolated Vitamin A derivative form works so well to treat acne by accident.


The drug is so dangerous that it has all of the most dangerous FDA warnings on it and has a stringent program to enter a patient, but regardless, various unqualified patients are put into it like myself. It made me depressed and I could really feel like my growth plates were being closed. It does stop growth, it's not a maybe side effect, there are various studies on oral administration of retinoids permanently halting children's growth. If you don't believe me, just google it. It causes premature growth plate closure, in layman terms, you stop growing early if you're still in puberty stage.


Anyways, I just stopped going to the dermatologist, whom was more interested in giving wealthy women face lifts rather than helping me. So, I researched and researched medical backed studies, natural alternatives that weren't pulled out of a gorilla's ass, and found out what actually works. Skincare Addiction on Reddit is written by some very intelligent and knowledgeable people, but sometimes I don't agree with all the products they use.


To skip to the big slice of the cake, this is a rundown I did that helped me cure my acne. All I have is post inflammation scars and get literally no new scars. I can shave and not get any acne and the only spots I get are a few small bumps on my nose. Nothing else.


First thing I do, is I take vitamin supplements and these are the game changers for me. They’re the reason why my oil production has lowered drastically and I have no new acne lesions. Most people that have acne are actually deficient in Zinc, and various studies have shown that zinc supplementation is as effective as an antibiotic in the treatment of Acne Vulgaris.


I take: Zinc for acne which you can get on Amazon or Puritan’s Pride for cheap: http://www.amazon.com/Zinc-Acne-tabs-Goodn-Natural/dp/B000KI6Z7O/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1451229381&sr=8-1&keywords=zinc+for+acne


I take 2 capsules a day along with a multivitamin, this right here will be a game changer for you. I also take Carlson’s Fish Oil, Lemon Flavor liquid variety: http://www.amazon.com/Carlson-Finest-Liquid-Frustration-Packaging/dp/B00GA86WR6/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1451229412&sr=8-1&keywords=Carlson%E2%80%99s+Fish+Oil


Take a tablespoon of Fish oil everyday for anti inflammatory EPAs and DHAs which are essential for acne and skin in general. I also take Ashwagandha since I stress out quite easily and it helps with acne: http://www.livestrong.com/article/280495-what-are-the-benefits-of-ashwagandha-in-acne/.


Along those supplements, every morning I drink a cup of water with lemon with wheat grass for liver detoxification. Make sure to drink at least 8 glasses of water a day eating plenty of vegetables and fruits as you need fiber.


This is the best part, you can still drink milk but it has to be fermented (you can make delicious smoothies with it or if drink it plain). I drink Milk Kefir which is fermented milk. It’s incredibly awesome as it has more probiotics than any pill you can buy, has more beneficial bacteria and yeast strains than yogurt, and is completely lactose free. You just buy the grains from Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/1TBSP-Active-Organic-Kefir-Grains/dp/B007GGRJTG/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1451229857&sr=8-3&keywords=milk+kefir


Make sure to use milk (organic preferred), and let it ferment for a day and then strain it out for 5 minutes. It will reintroduce healthy bacteria back into your gut, where antibiotics have killed all of your good bacteria which can contribute to a variety of health problems and acne.


And that’s it and I take Benzaclin (Clindamycin Phosphate/Benzoyl Peroxide combo), this stuff is magic and doesn’t have any extra ingredients in it. I apply it if I see any new pimples which go away overnight only on my nose area. Now, all I’m worried about is reversing my post inflammatory hyperpigmentation, which I’m sitting on the expertise of the fellow Redditors to help me with this.


I hope some of this information may have you helped you in some way or anyone, because I believe that nobody deserves to have acne. Let me know if anyone has anymore questions. I will be making a mega topic for acne supplementation and my journey once I'm cured from my PIH. Thanks for sharing this awesome story and I hope my story brings some helpfulness to you :)!

u/bluhend · 2 pointsr/depressionregimens
u/RockHound86 · 2 pointsr/PSMF

Here's the fish oil: https://www.amazon.com/Carlson-Finest-Liquid-Frustration-Packaging/dp/B00GA86WR6/ref=sr_1_1_s_it?s=hpc&ie=UTF8&qid=1483439202&sr=1-1&keywords=carlsons+fish+oil

Tastes surprisingly good and 2-3 teaspoons a day is a lot better than swallowing a bunch of capsules in my opinion.

u/ruler_gurl · 1 pointr/asktransgender

High dose Omega3 might help. I take this stuff twice a day. It'll make your lipids look lovely for your Dr also.

u/lenolalatte · 1 pointr/Fitness

Is it better to buy this liquid fish oil https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00GA86WR6/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A249CL9PVB6VZW or just incorporate more fish into my diet? I don't really eat fish because it's sort of expensive, but I've read a few articles that the benefits you get from fish oil can be better absorbed by just eating fish VS liquid oil