April 27, 2022 2 min read

Getting clear and staying clear, for GOOD!

Being an “acne detective” means you intend to focus on the act of being mindful of acne causing influences hindering your progress. As we’ve previously highlighted in the Acne Bible, addressing any lifestyle issues that might be contributing to your chronic breakouts is critical. Complete our Lifestyle Checklist below and bring it to your consultation to get started on your acne healing journey. 

  • Are you using fabric softener in the washer and/or the dryer?
  • Are you consuming dairy/soy products: milk, cheese, yogurt, and/or whey or soy protein shakes?
  • Are you consuming sushi, seaweed, iodized salt, spirulina, or chlorella?
  • Are you taking vitamins or supplements that may contain iodides and/or biotin?
  • Are you taking any medications or drugs or have any medical condition that you haven’t yet disclosed to us?
  • Do you regularly wear hats, helmets, or shoulder pads?
  • Are you under more stress than usual and/or getting enough sleep?
  • Are you on birth control pills or other hormonally-based birth control?

 

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