Guys i just want to ask a question... Somewhere i have read that excess of washing face can cause acne problem...??
is it true..?? share your opinion with em...
I do seem to remember as a teenager being told that excessive washing of the face, will make it very dry, which will encourage the skin to produce more oil, which will lead to worse acne.
It all has to do with Lobe Pressure - not the actual process of face 'washing'!
To avoid excessive acne from face 'washing... you should always ensure that pressure is maintained and is evenly distributed between your frontal lobe and both your ear lobes!
Medical research has indicated that the best technique to use for this to occur is dependent upon your ability to tightly hold those 3 lobes evenly between your index fingers and anal glands, throughout the entire face 'washing' process!
This method could result in Spamming along with Excessive Incontinence in both your subject matter and your forum posts!
regular washing are good for the complexion and general health but cannot prevent or cure acne. If you think excess washing causes acne then put some face cream for dry skin after washing. Remember acne appears during early adolescence-at about the age of 13, when a child starts to develop physically into an adult is normal and severe acne should be treated by a doctor.
and also I think that washing face too often is "dangerous" for inviduals who have sensitive skin...
So........ it generally occurs at the same time in life as getting Spamming Training Wheels?
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