My face is extremely dry!! The dry skin is very noticeable and I want to itch it because it's painful now. Under my eyes are so dry it looks like I have horrible winkles. I've been asked if I am sick or if their is something wrong with me. Also, I'm having a horrible time with acne. I would consider myself somewhat healthy, I go to the gym 4-5 days a week, for the most part I eat healthy and I wash my face as I should. I haven't changed any lotions, facial wash and so on, which doesn't make sense. I am allergic to many product, that's the main reason why I haven't changed anything. My face has me very concern and it's making me feel very unattractive. Also I have tired home remedies such as honey, lemon juice and brown sugar. Nothing works! Please help me, I'm only 29 and I look like I could be in my early 40's now. Thank you!View Thread
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