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Your Questions About Skin Care For Sensitive Skin Australia

Mary asks…

What skin care product can i use for my acne?

I have sensitive skin and i break out a lot on my chin and cheeks.
Any scrub or facial wash that i can buy in Australia.
and works!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
thank you :)!!!

p.s- i know acne products have saclyic acid which is good.

jennmill answers:

I used to have horrible chin acne I can’t even tell you how bad it was. I found www.StopMyAcne.Info and bought it it seriously cured my acne.
Like seriouslyits gone . I don’t even have one pimple
After using this I can’t believe it’s only cheap and after you use it you won’t either hahaThe trips I took to the dermatologist cost me WAY more than that lol and the CRAP they gave me just made my acne worse~!!!!! Uhggg… Lol
Oh and it also guarantees it will cure your acne in v.quick days or your money back.

Http://www.StopMyAcne.info

Anyway I hope this helps!

Amy xxx

David asks…

What is the best skin care regime??

I have sensitive skin, and a lot of the treatments i have used have caused my skin to break out in rashes, yet those for sensitive skin dont really clean my skin very well…. anyone have any suggestions?? I was recommended Arbonne by a friend in America, but we dont have that here in Australia.

jennmill answers:

Your best skin care begins and ends with a balanced diet and good nutrition. Weed out the fried, fatty foods, and reduce the heavy dairy foods. Eat lots of fibers and drink milk if you can tolerate it. Rub a little high end age reversing eye cream and facial cream on your face every morning but spend the money for a better brand from the pharmacy or the high end department stores. Use a mask at least once a month. Steam is good too, if you have a sauna. When you sleep you could practice good skin maintainence by first applying a light film of e-oil from a liquid vitamin e pill after poking the pill lightly with a pin to seep the serum out. Take care by keeping in a routine, the best care you can do is to use a good regime for all your health and nutrition needs; double for your mental health. Remember to look in the mirror and appreciate your own beauty. Don’t focus on the surface when you look in the mirror, find your inner beauty and allow your beauty to be reflected. You can try various products but the products with the age reversal verbage tend to be more promising. Keep your hair very clean. Hair carries a lot of oil, in order to keep the oil from your face keep the oily hair away. Splash a nice spritz on your face seven or twelve times a day, or use an alcohol swipe and freshen up, or witch hazel; whatever you do use the cleansing practice often. Stay away from make up or wear it lightly. A little sun (not a lot) helps to dry up the oils too. Good luck.

James asks…

Does anyone think Animal cruelty is wrong, and if so, what are you doing about it?

I have found that many people actually don’t care about animals, and so I wanted to know your opinion. I’m not just talking about pet animal cruelty, but even things like circuses. I did a little bit of research on the internet on things and this is what I found:

(Note: This is actually a real life scenario!):

Behind the scenes, elephant trainer Tim Frisco instructs would-be trainers how to dominate elephants and make them perform circus tricks. “Sink that hook into ’em. When you hear that screaming, then you know you got their attention.” An elephant trumpets in agony as Frisco’s bullhook, with its sharp metal hook and spiked end, tears through her sensitive skin. Frisco, a Carson & Barnes elephant trainer, learned the trade from his father, a former trainer for Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus. The fact is, animals do not naturally ride bicycles, stand on their heads, balance on balls, or jump through rings of fire. To force them to perform these confusing and physically uncomfortable tricks, trainers use whips, tight collars, muzzles, electric prods, bullhooks, and other painful tools of the trade.

It is said that over 70 million animals are tortured and killed in US laboratories each year. Rabbits are routinely blinded in a process named the ‘Draize’ test. The Draize test protects companies from potential lawsuits, and does not necessarily protect or guarantee human safety. Purchasing cosmetics from companies who specify no animal testing is one small step that can be taken to prevent animal cruelty. The medical research field also take part in animal experimentation.

Approximately 4 million animals are used in research each year in Australia alone. It has been estimated that at least twenty to thirty animals die in laboratories each second worldwide.

What do you think of these statistics? Do you think it is wrong for people to do this? What do you think people should do to help prevent animal cruelty?

Also, the reason I put this question into this category is because if I put it into something like ‘pets’ I’d just get answers from animal lovers. I want to know everybody’s opinion. What do you think?

jennmill answers:

Hey..
This is singles and dating but that is OK. I think you bring up some good points in all forms of animal cruelty. It is wrong but I am getting the feeling that its only getting worse and worse, not better.

I rescued two mares recently. (female horses) They are both under weight so terribly that their bones are exposed literally in some spots. The skin is just totally rubbed off. Sadly I could only take the two worst horses and there are still 40 horses there. PETA got involved in it because the local animal control will do nothing for them. We are talking dead horses laying around, live ones walking in the same pen, etc.

So yes, its bad in all sorts of forms. Whether its right under your nose or behind the scenes. If more people cared I think more action would be taken.

Good question!

Ruth asks…

“African American” tip-toes around absurd, politically-correct egg shells.?

I really don’t think the average black person is so sensitive and emotionally fragile that they have to be refered to as “African American” otherwise they’ll be offended. I think Jesse Jackson came up with the phrase “African American” and white people just ran with it for no good reason.

Okay, I’ll play Jesse’s silly game. So the logic in the label is: Continent of Origin + Continent of Citizenship. Black people originated in Africa and live in America, therefore they are African Americans. Okay fine. That means Egyptians who move to Mexico are also African Americans because Mexico is in America and Egypt is in Africa. Libyans who immigrate to Brazil? Yep, also African Americans. Let’s see… the island of Madagascar is part of the continent of Africa. So people from Madagascar who move to Canada are also African Americans. Do you see how ridiculous this becomes?

Asians who move to Australia become Asian Australians and Native Americans who immigrate to Kenya? I guess we have to call them American Africans.

Can we stop this ridiculous nonsense please? Stuff like this keeps racism alive by constantly reminding people that they are different and come from different places. I’m not saying people’s struggles or mistreatment should be forgotten or covered up. I’m just saying there’s no need to constantly open old wounds and pour Tabasco sauce on them and rub it in with sandpaper.

I really don’t care where you were born or what color your skin is. Seriously. To borrow the words of MLK…. I care only about the content of your character. If you disagree, then you can’t call me white or caucasian anymore. You have to call me European American. Good luck with that one… you’ll rightfully get stared at.

Does anyone else agree with me? If not, why not?

jennmill answers:

I would prefer to be called African-American or brown because I’m not black. Black is the ghetto versions of African-Americans to me, the reasons why we have stereotypes. But I’m 31.65% Puerto Rican anyway, I’m tan looking.

Linda asks…

Does anyone think Animal cruelty is wrong, and if so, what are you doing about it?

I have found that many people actually don’t care about animals, and so I wanted to know your opinion. I’m not just talking about pet animal cruelty, but even things like circuses. I did a little bit of research on the internet on things and this is what I found:

(Note: This is actually a real life scenario!):

Behind the scenes, elephant trainer Tim Frisco instructs would-be trainers how to dominate elephants and make them perform circus tricks. “Sink that hook into ’em. When you hear that screaming, then you know you got their attention.” An elephant trumpets in agony as Frisco’s bullhook, with its sharp metal hook and spiked end, tears through her sensitive skin. Frisco, a Carson & Barnes elephant trainer, learned the trade from his father, a former trainer for Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus. The fact is, animals do not naturally ride bicycles, stand on their heads, balance on balls, or jump through rings of fire. To force them to perform these confusing and physically uncomfortable tricks, trainers use whips, tight collars, muzzles, electric prods, bullhooks, and other painful tools of the trade.

It is said that over 70 million animals are tortured and killed in US laboratories each year. Rabbits are routinely blinded in a process named the ‘Draize’ test. The Draize test protects companies from potential lawsuits, and does not necessarily protect or guarantee human safety. Purchasing cosmetics from companies who specify no animal testing is one small step that can be taken to prevent animal cruelty. The medical research field also take part in animal experimentation.

Approximately 4 million animals are used in research each year in Australia alone. It has been estimated that at least twenty to thirty animals die in laboratories each second worldwide.

What do you think of these statistics? Do you think it is wrong for people to do this? What do you think people should do to help prevent animal cruelty?

Also, the reason I put this question into this category is because if I put it into something like ‘pets’ I’d just get answers from animal lovers. I want to know everybody’s opinion. What do you think?

jennmill answers:

I think its in wrong category cos its a rant! It isnt really a question as If we hear about animal cruelty we call the rspca .

Go and research well done for or you, but this is forum abuse under term of service.

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