I saw this reply on another thread and read into it, because I am 24 and started noticing forehead lines a few years ago. I tried a few different creams that help decrease their appearance, but once I stop using them the lines get worse again.
My doctor prescribed me retin-A cream for acne a few years ago, and now I am reading that it can help with lines. It never helped with my acne so I stopped using it, should I call my doctor before I start using it again?View Thread
I have dryer curly bushy hair, that likes to twist a pop out at the slightest sign of moisture. So I generally only wash my hair every 2- 4 days depending on what I do during that time. Lets say I had a really extensive workout, and sweat alot, or go camping and smell like camp fire, I would definitely wash my hair, but if I am just working during the week, or relaxing over the weekend I dont wash my hair. I have been putting baby oil into my hair after every wash since I was 13 and I am convinced it weighs it down from being poofy. I have always hated my hair, but now that I hardly wash it, its become alot healthier, and longer and everyone compliments how pretty it is!View Thread
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