Skin Care

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    May 29, 2007 4:14 AM GMT
    Okay. Here's your chance to discuss everything about skin care, especially for men, since most guys, str8, gay, or bi, seldom discuss skin care. What products do you use? What problems work best and least for you? What skin problems do you experience with the product? (Blemishes, breakouts, blackheads, dry skin, aging).
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    May 29, 2007 4:36 AM GMT
    there's already a post on this topic under all things gay section entitled, "Skin care", check it out :)
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    May 29, 2007 8:41 PM GMT
    I can't claim any special benefits, but here's what got applied to my skin on a typical day last weekend:

    0600: Dog saliva, vigorously applied to face
    0605: Cat drool, applied drop-wise to face
    0610: Soap & water shower
    0630: Banana Boat SPF 30 sunblock
    0845: John Deere "Hy-Gard" hydraulic fluid, pressurized shower
    0900-1200: Hay chaff, continuous powdering
    1330: Reapply hydraulic fluid
    1400-1800: soil, continuous powdering
    1830: Reapply soap & water shower
    2300: Silicone-based personal lubricant
    0030: Human semen, sprayed on torso and massaged in
    0045: Reapply soap & water shower


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    May 29, 2007 9:53 PM GMT
    Mindgarden gets my vote for best skin care post!
  • Laurence

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    May 30, 2007 1:11 PM GMT
    Drinking lots of water is good for your skin. Eating lots of vegeatable and fruit is also good, as is avoiding too many fried or fatty foods. Also getting lots of sleep and not using soap on your face is also good (use one of those cleansers, but you really shouldn't need to unless your exceptionally dirty). Try not to smoke, as it dries the skin and increases wrinkles and use a sunscreen for the same reason.

    Do all these things and you should have good skin. But remember that a lot of it is genetic and some people are prone to spots and some not, and some pople age quicker than others and some not.

    Good luck