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Warning: Pictures of acne to follow. If you don't want to see it, don't look! :)

Sooooo.... I cannot believe I'm actually going to write this post. I never even leave the house without makeup on, let alone take pictures and post them for everyone to see. BUT, I really want you to see the results of my going dairy-free for the sake of my skin. Here goes nothing!

As you will see, my skin definitely got worse before it got better. I know the lighting isn't the same in all of these pictures - So I'm sorry for that. Check it out...

 


So I definitely see an improvement. I've read that it can take 6 weeks to see maximum results from diet changes in your skin, so I definitely plan on continuing my dairy-free diet. It was really hard the first couple of weeks, especially because I decided to try this out on a whim, and I was not prepared with non-dairy options for food and milk in my house. I've adjusted since, and really enjoy the taste and texture that unsweetened almond milk has!

I would love to hear any recipes or website recommendations you have for dairy-free living!! 

I'm going to publish this before I delete it! Ahh!! Haha... 

 

3 comments:

  1. You can see a difference! I tried to respond to you on Facebook, but my phone kept erroring out. :/ Now I can't find your post.

    Think you will keep up with it long term? I found the first month the rockiest, because I missed a few things that I forgot to check, but the longer you do it the better you get at it.

    I am looking for recipes for dairy free living too. One thing I love to eat is roasted veggies (usually a mix of a little potato, sweet potato, carrots, and onion). I just add a little bit of oil, sea salt and black pepper. I cook on 450 for about 40 minutes, tossing once or twice.

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    1. Thanks!! I posted it on your main page :) I am definitely going to keep up with it as long as I don't have any major breakouts! I am enjoying the challenge, but I definitely need some more recipes. Roasted Veggies sound good! We found a couple awesome Paleo websites that are, by nature, dairy-free (http://nomnompaleo.com/recipeindex) but I haven't tried any of the recipes yet. :)

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    2. I have heard of the Paleo diet from my sister, but don't really know too much about it. I'll check those out. Vegan recipes are also dairy free by nature, and if you aren't vegan you can always have it with a side of steak or grilled chicken or something.

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