e cigrattes the mist casue acne on face?

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  1. DeviLFisH

    DeviLFisH Super Member ECF Veteran

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    :confused:weird I recently noticed acne suddenly appear since I e smoke

    of cos occasionally real smoking

    before e smoke my acne problem is under control face is arite

    but recenlty noticed begin to e smoke my face seem got acne come out

    maybe I not suitable to e smoke?

    next I constantly puffing e smoke also that why too much vapour touch my face cause it??
     
  2. jimldk

    jimldk Super Member ECF Veteran

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    E-smoking does not cause acne....it is your own skin causing acne eruptions...stress and loss of sleep can also leads to acne....eating a lot of spicy and oily food also causes acne and for some it is even genetically linked...so acne is multifactorial..definitely not from e-smoking....
     
  3. TheEmperorOfIceCream

    TheEmperorOfIceCream Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    It's forum acne, Fishy. Thread based on how many you start in a week.

    10 - light itchiness, irritability
    20 - sweating, rash breaks out
    30 - your head falls off

    Careful now...
     
  4. Mr.Darcy

    Mr.Darcy Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    im betting devilfish will overtake Bob in another week or so...;)
     
  5. Nazareth

    Nazareth Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    Lol Fish- you worry too much- no offense- I think it is hte worrying that is causing the acne outbreak. We only live once, E-Ciggs are great- ride hard drive fast, and go out with a smile and knowing you did what you pleased
     
  6. TropicalBob

    TropicalBob Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    :lol: You are so right. First black lips, now acne. High prices for worrying.

    Yep, he's on track to pass me!
     
  7. Spider

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    Has anyone thought that Fish might be totally allergic to PG but he's trying so hard to make e-smoking work he hasn't noticed?
     
  8. DeviLFisH

    DeviLFisH Super Member ECF Veteran

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    :oops: just curious sorry all dudes in here

    the more I ask the more I know well :D
     
  9. DeviLFisH

    DeviLFisH Super Member ECF Veteran

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    :confused:that why ...

    I happen to noticed here forgot

    some e users comment allergic to PG
     
  10. TheEmperorOfIceCream

    TheEmperorOfIceCream Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    Don't be sorry Fishy, you're a legend...
     
  11. Spider

    Spider Super Member ECF Veteran

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    I was only joking Fish, I don't really think you are allergic.
     
  12. Spider

    Spider Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Fish is the fastest poster in the east!:thumb:
     
  13. karenwest1961

    karenwest1961 Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Some are, fish. The most common complaint of PG allergy is severe sore throat/flu-like symptoms. That is the only one I have heard of.

    But it does bring up a point that I hope the liquid manufacturers will take note of and soon offer a choice. PG or VG...unless there is a better formulation in the works. There are many who want this to work but cannot tolerate the PG.
     
  14. TropicalBob

    TropicalBob Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    Fish, no humans before us have ever inhaled PG on purpose. There are no tests at all. But we know from experiences with stage show "fog machines" that there can be consequences. Maybe you know someone truly allergic to tobacco smoke. Well, some people are truly allergic to PG. Dr. Loi says it's a very small number.

    If you still have problems a week from now, stop e-smoking and go back to store-bought cigarettes for a week. See if your problems go away. That's about the only way you can really know if PG is a problem for you.
     
  15. VP2008

    VP2008 Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    My pg allergy involved digestive issues and severe skin allergies. The skin was literally peeling off my hands and feet. I was on prednisone for two weeks to clear it up. Now I use veggie glycerin only and have had no other problems.

    Allergies can take many forms. If someone has skin problems of ANY kind, pg can cause outbreaks or worsening of that condition. [according to my dermatologist]
     
  16. karenwest1961

    karenwest1961 Super Member ECF Veteran

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    This is good to know.
     
  17. Spider

    Spider Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Aaargh! Nasty! Glad you've found a decent enough substitute!
     
  18. DeviLFisH

    DeviLFisH Super Member ECF Veteran

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    :confused:that why I feel weird suddenly got few acne come out

    maybe I didn;t sleep enough and

    next two days of continous smoking e cigarette + two real cigarette in first day of e smoke

    and 3 on 2nd day

    today is 3rd day of e smoke ..again this morning got slight urge to light up real cigarette ...smoke e smoke still still sloppy ..even on high nictoine

    but still managed it till now going to afternoon here local time.
     
  19. jimldk

    jimldk Super Member ECF Veteran

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    don't worry Bud....you are doing fine..you are experiencing early transition changes..pretty normal...might takes up to 3 weeks or so to re-adapt to new smoking method.....:D
     
  20. DeviLFisH

    DeviLFisH Super Member ECF Veteran

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    I only found my mouth seem dry but not so dry ..

    If I smoke real cigarette my mouth will feel dry more
     
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