Date: 2019-04-08 15:00:06
Does peanut butter cause acne. Responding to your comments if diet, nuts, peanuts or foods cause acne and more.
One of my favourite notifications is your comments and as you may already know more often than not I’ll get back to you with a reply and heart. If you’d like more information on any of the questions I’ve answered or have a question, then let me know so I can try and either dedicate a video to it or get back to you in next months responding to your comments.
A few of my favourite questions/comments from this video are:
1) I have benzoyl peroxide but I don’t know what’s in it?
2) Question: Does peanut butter give you more pimples?
3) I heard that if you touch your face if your hands or clean or not clean it can make the acne worse. I have acne and I’ve been trying it.
4) Thank you so much! i just recently bought an inhaler for my bronchi asthma and even though my doctor explained it, i still don’t really know how to use it properly. your video was really helpful!
5) You look like EverythingApplePro
6) Can cold sores be spread through hard surfaces like the flu
can? Like if I accidentally touch my cold sore and touch like
my door handles and light switches etc. If my daughter was to
touch them could she get infected that way.?
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