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Jesi
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I wish I was having good results. I am so full of acne. Feel like a teen again. Probably caused from toxins being released from the rest of the nasty fat I am losing or hormones.


Are you using Genoma? I have a little bit of acne too...mostly big ones along my jaw. It happens when I am not 100% compliant and then one week out of the month. Birth control makes my skin flawless, so I'm guessing it could be hormonal as well as what I eat. Either way I hate it. I am also starting to see fine lines because of all the stuff I've used for the acne...does the Genoma cream make your skin moisturized? I used a cream before that I absolutely loved, the Affirm 3X, but it's a retinol and I've read some scary things about some of the ingredients. I am going to buy the genoma one next week and try it out....I wish Dr D would make something for acne and wrinkles. I think so many adult women suffer from acne these days.


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Genoma is a good moisturizer.  Sometimes if I want extra moisturizing, I add 1 drop of Emu oil to the Genoma and rub my hands together before applying.  That's a perfect combo for me.

I don't think it would address hormonally caused acne, but it has worked beautifully at minimizing those little wrinkles that were appearing.  

Maybe FemBalance would be a good approach for hormonal balancing.



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Are you using Genoma? I have a little bit of acne too...mostly big ones along my jaw. It happens when I am not 100% compliant and then one week out of the month. Birth control makes my skin flawless, so I'm guessing it could be hormonal as well as what I eat. Either way I hate it. I am also starting to see fine lines because of all the stuff I've used for the acne...does the Genoma cream make your skin moisturized? I used a cream before that I absolutely loved, the Affirm 3X, but it's a retinol and I've read some scary things about some of the ingredients. I am going to buy the genoma one next week and try it out....I wish Dr D would make something for acne and wrinkles. I think so many adult women suffer from acne these days.

I am using Genoma. It may be too rich for my skin or just a coincidence that I have been getting acne since using it. Maybe I will stop for a bit to see. It is mostly around the hairline and jaw for me. They are deep and nasty and are scaring me. Good thing I have darker skin.
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Have you changed your haircare products recently, or is your hair especially oily.  It sounds scalp related.



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Have you changed your haircare products recently, or is your hair especially oily.  It sounds scalp related.


My hair does not touch my jawline.
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I have been using the Genoma skin care products for about 6 months and love the way they feel. I still think my skin is aging faster than it should but I do live in a very arid desert.
I wondered if anyone also uses the Genoma derma supplement? I just ordered it so hope it helps, too.  


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Princess Mia,

I used to get cysts around my jawline.  Sometime after starting the BTD (not sure how long), they stopped appearing and have never come back!  
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I have been using the Genoma skin care products for about 6 months and love the way they feel. I still think my skin is aging faster than it should but I do live in a very arid desert.
I wondered if anyone also uses the Genoma derma supplement? I just ordered it so hope it helps, too.  


Let me know how that works out for you. I am taking so many recommended supplements from suggestions on here, I am surprised I still have room for food.
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Awww I feel for ya sister. I am in the same boat. My skin drives me insane and it seems to consume me, because I try everything out there. So far, the niacinamide cream has worked wonders. I had a big one on my cheek and two or three painful (the kind you can't see but they hurt?) on my jaw, and only used it last night...everything is gone today. The one on my cheek is a little tiny bit red but totally flat (I messed with it). The big invisible ones are gone. I would highly recommend this cream to you.

The fembalance kind of scares me because chasteberry bloats me like crazy. I actually have a big bottle sitting in my cabinet. I have really low progesterone and pretty low estrogen, yet my testosterone is kinda high for a girl. I actually have higher free testosterone than my husband. I think there is a connection there with the testosterone and acne, a friend once mentioned it to me.

I made some lotions from the recipes Frosty listed, and I have to say the one I made for me eyes is amazing. I mixed cocoa butter (instead of coconut) with walnut oil and bees wax, and instead of rosewater I used really strong chamomile tea with crushed fennel seeds. I am loving it, and gave the recipe to a bunch of friends. Thanks Frosty!


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Jesi
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I was also taking a supplement with maca in it, to balance out the hormones, it's called Opticrine. It didn't do anything. I don't know much about the female hormones (I know more about the thyroid ones), so I'm not sure what the balance is supposed to be, as in which ones need to be higher, etc.


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I was having a very similar problem. I wrote on the forum a couple of weeks ago about my skin.  I was wondering if I was missing a nutrient due to cutting out wheat from my diet.  I also suspected a mite irritating me or possibly developing some type of hay fever or seasonal allergy for the first time in my 60 years.  Another thing that seemed like a possibility was a detox.  I have been on BTD for years and years and SWAMI for 2 years.

I had started the Genoma skin care products about two weeks prior.  

I decided to do a few things at once, so I am not sure what helped.  I went on a mad mite killing frenzy (don't think there were too many because I stay on top of that).  Thinking of allergy and inflammation on my face, I started taking MSM as recommended by Dr D for both of those things for me, a B.  And I went back to my olive oil soap for my face.  

I am all better now.  And my rosacea is almost nil, better than in quite a while, which makes me think MSM is the thing I needed.  I am going to go back to the Genoma products to see how that goes.  I loved what they were doing for my skin.  

See what your allergy and inflamation protocol calls for.  
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I'm not sure what the balance is supposed to be, as in which ones need to be higher, etc.

get a hormone panel from your Dr


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Jesi,

Please list the quantities for the cocoa butter, walnut oil and bees wax you mixed for your eyes.  I am just using straight coconut oil on my face and it has really helped with the dryness.  
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Genoma is a good moisturizer.  Sometimes if I want extra moisturizing, I add 1 drop of Emu oil to the Genoma and rub my hands together before applying.  That's a perfect combo for me.



I also figured that out too. It works awesome! I like Genoma as a hand moisturizer too.

Emu oil + Genoma = Great results
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Must be why your skin is so glowing, Sooks!  

(I like your sig. line)



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Must be why your skin is so glowing, Sooks!  

(I like your sig. line)


Thanks, I like your sig. too!  
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