I've always had acne, although it's calmed down a bit as I get older. Still, I've never had the clear face that a lot of my friends have. I believe diet plays a large role, especially if you're eating a lot of oils and other things like that. That being said, I believe stress and hormones generally play just as large a role. Whenever exam time rolls around, breakouts are common and no amount of washing my face helps.
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Yes diet as well as stress can make your face break out. I have found that chocolate tends to break my face out some so I tend to stay away from chocolate as much as possible.
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Mayo tends to do that to me.
Fortunately, I don't like the stuff anyways, so I pretty much only break out when I eat some sandwich/burger someone else prepped and slathered the stuff onto.
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Other than my teen years I've been pretty lucky in this regards. Even in my teens it wasn't bad. I think it has to do with genetics as well as diet. I think my Mediterranean skin helps protect me from this. Good Spartan breeding! |B).
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A pause from Does Anyone Suffer From This? to share educational moment from the journals of some good thinker:
Today is: 24th October (GMT), in history on the 24th of October, 1861 AD the following event happened:
1st transcontinental telegram sent ending Pony Express