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what's skin type are u depends hun x I would recommend using a cleanser, toner, moisturiser and get facials done often if you care about your skin that will help x
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Use a good face cleanser twice a day, should be enough. It works for me.
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i just use water. for some reason i only ever get spots is if any of my hair products get on my face. never had to use products for my face.
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what's skin type are u depends hun x I would recommend using a cleanser, toner, moisturiser and get facials done often if you care about your skin that will help x
umm i get spots easily. I also look tired all the time too
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Use a good face cleanser twice a day, should be enough. It works for me.
what face cleanser do you use
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what face cleanser do you use
Clean&Clear deep cleansing lotion for sensitive skin. It's a light blue colour
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I would say your skins sensitive if you get spots a lot so you may need to be careful with what you use on your face if. you have tried a product before and it's irritated your face it means the skins sensitive so I would recommend going for one that has less harshness in like an exfoliator that can cause redness on the skin if sensitive
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Clean&Clear deep cleansing lotion for sensitive skin. It's a light blue colour
what do you put on yoru body?
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is coconut oil good?
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what do you put on yoru body?
Nothing, I just shower
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I would say simple is good as it has good ingredients in them and there's quite a lot of ingredients u have to be careful for sensitive skin but that's a good one wve Taylor is really good but more pricey I use it and I also use rose water on my face lately I use rose water alone and my skins cleaned it up no spots no marks and it's gone lighter .
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Nothing, I just shower
okay

also - i just saw your gainz and wow.. any advice for a beginner?
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coconut oil is good but try to avoid essential oils if the skins sensitive not seen your skin closely
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okay

also - i just saw your gainz and wow.. any advice for a beginner?
Work on getting strong af on bench, squat, pull ups, deadlifts. Progress will come
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Work on getting strong af on bench, squat, pull ups, deadlifts. Progress will come
cardio before or after weights? How long for?
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cardio before or after weights? How long for?
If you're trying to gain weight I'd keep cardio to a minimum, if you're trying to lose weight do HIIT cardio after weight training for like 15-20 mins
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If you're trying to gain weight I'd keep cardio to a minimum, if you're trying to lose weight do HIIT cardio after weight training for like 15-20 mins
So sorry for butting in here 😅
What type of workout do you recommend for someone trying to gain weight (in specific for females)?
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So sorry for butting in here 😅
What type of workout do you recommend for someone trying to gain weight (in specific for females)?
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It's pretty much the same as for guys. Just work on your compound lifts (squats, deadlifts, pulls ups, bench press) and get stronger at then over time. Don't worry, you won't get too bulky, no one gets big accidently. The gym is a small part of it though, gaining weight is mostly about diet, it revolves around energy expenditure and the laws of thermodynamics, calories in and calories out. If you eat more calories than your body needs, you will gain weight. Easy way to track your calories and macronutrients is by using this app called myfitnesspal. First of all, find your needed maintance calories on google. Then use myfitnesspal and eat in a slight caloric surplus (300 calories over your maintance) for a prolonged period of time. If you still don't gain weight doing this in a week or 2, add another 100-200 calories on top until you do gain weight. Repeat till you're happy with where you're at. Take it slow though, you want to gain lean mass ideally over a long time, not pure fat very quickly (which is a much easier thing to do)
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If your face is oily (looks shiny, in a way) get a cleanser for oily, acne prone skin. If it’s dry, get one for that. It’s hard to tell without seeing as I’m an MUA and we have been trained to do certain tests. However, if you go into a skincare shop or even Superdrug and ask the staff, they may be able to point you in the right direction
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as a guy imma just say this is a very good thing to invest your time and money into (at least it has been for me), check if you have and skin conditions and what your skin is like after that google is deadass your best friend, find articles and videos on what helps others with similar skin. Personally i had keratosis pilaris and used to be mad self conscious about it, got some good moisturizers and an overall good skin care routine through trial and error and that **** is hella smooth and literally almost never get spots anymore.
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