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Topic Title: DMSO on face...Androgen?
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Created On: 12/19/2003 09:08 AM
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 12/19/2003 09:08 AM
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Androgen are you still trying out DMSO on your face? Also do you think it has any effect on pimples?
 12/19/2003 10:14 AM
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I can definatly say DMSO reduces wrinkles. My forehead wrinkles have almost completely dissapeared.
 12/19/2003 11:16 AM
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I can definatly say DMSO reduces wrinkles. My forehead wrinkles have almost completely dissapeared.


Seriously?
 12/19/2003 11:22 AM
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I have noticed one wrinkle at the top of my forehead has pretty much dissapeared and one lower seems to have faded a bit.
 12/19/2003 10:54 PM
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Yeah really. A number of other people have reported the same.

This is puzzling because I'm not applying my Oz brew that far down on my forehead or on the wrinkles themselves.
 12/19/2003 10:57 PM
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I've recently stopped using DMSO on my face for 2 reasons:

1) my skin is now smooth as a babys. I don't want it to be any smoother. I just wanted my forehead wrinkles to fade a little. They are almost gone now.

2) DMSO dries my skin quite a bit. I even had some flaking.
 12/20/2003 04:55 AM
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Zimmy, I was also using DMSO on my face, even before my putting it in my hair. I can say that while it does help with quality of skin and helps get rid of pimples, unless you use it morning and night, it won't prevent them coming back. I use DMSO on the face once every 2-3 days and I still get the pimples coming back in between that time. Pimples are more the result of diet and internal system and I think DMSO helps more on a surface level but if you want to get rid of the spots, you must eat very healthy, drink heaps of water, and keep the skin clean. I think DMSO helps only with the latter, but hey that's purely my observation...
 12/20/2003 05:41 AM
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Is DMSO a cure all? Wrinkles, hairloss...what next AIDS, Cancer? But seriuosly, your shitting me this stuff reduces wrinkles RIGHT!?
 12/20/2003 08:51 AM
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I finally got my Natures Gift DMSO gel today (Christmas has come early in Zimmyland) basically i was going to use it for the `Mud` exfol thing, but i will try it on my face as well on bad boy pimples. The gel doesent smell or sting at all.
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