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Acne killed my self-esteem for many years but Kiwanga Doctors came to my rescue

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I have only spoken about this to close friends, but hopefully, by sharing my story others can relate. Puberty was not kind to me. From middle school, throughout high school, and even onto college, I have had incredibly intense acne. Whatever acne treatment or medication is out there, I have probably done it. I have gone to dermatologists and each has prescribed me an arsenal of topical treatment, birth control, antibiotics, and acutance.

By the way, acutance is a pretty intense drug where you need to be monitored and scheduled monthly blood tests. If you are to be impregnated while on medication, the child would have birth defects.

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For a while, my face was covered with painful acne nodules where it looked like bubbles were forming under my skin. In middle school, the reason I cut bangs was to cover my forehead acne, which of course, made it all worse. Also, at
some points, my acne got so bad that my face just looked entirely red. Trying to cover it with makeup just made me break out even more.
Acne killed my self-esteem, things I avoided are like taking photos and being in videos, I never wanted to take photos of myself unless it was from far away or I could edit out the acne. Also, my friends would often ask me to be in videos to support causes or events; I declined for fear that everyone would see my skin condition. I cannot even find a photo that shows how bad my acne got because I had to delete all of them.

Secondly while at school I never wanted to try out for drama club, I was afraid to try out for drama club because my acne would be there for the world to see. This also extended to anything performance in nature or anything where I had a prominent front and center role.

Lastly, I lost the courage to approaching boys, don’t even mention approaching boys. For a while throughout middle school, high school and college, it was unfathomable to me that any boy could have some sort of physical attraction or romantic interest in me. In my mind, who the heck would be attracted to a girl who had acne all over her face?

Acne was this huge weight constantly dragging me down my self-worth. It was not something that I could hide with clothes, and too intense to hide with makeup. It was also something that was only the main feature you notice when speaking to someone: my face.

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Every time I was talking to someone, I thought that he was looking at acne. In many ways, acne mentally crippled
me. Then freshman year of college rolled around. And I had had enough. This was my chance to reinvent myself. It was a gradual change, but I acknowledged my insecurities. Accepted them for what they were, and told myself I would not let them affect any of my decisions. This was not by any means saying that I am totally confident and no longer is insecure about my skin. Quite the contrary. I am still incredibly insecure about my skin. But, I have consequently recognized that this is something out of my control and will subside in due time.

In the dating realm, I forced myself to be more forward with guys that I was interested in. Leadership-wise, I took on more roles. When things got tougher I decided to visit various hospitals to look for treatment, but the doctors most times tried but it never healed. My face was still looking like hell, something that made me lack peace in my heart.

One day as I was surfing on the internet I came across a website www.kiwangadoctors.com after intensely reading its contents, I learned that they could treat acne. Without hesitation, I booked an appointment with doctor Kiwanga and met him the following day in the afternoon.

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I was diagnosed and given some herbal medication that I applied on my face and the other took orally and discharged thereafter. After two days my skin was back to its normal condition, I looked at myself in the mirror and learned that I am having a smooth good looking face, thanks to Kiwanga Doctors.

My message to those going through some rough acne flares Is that visit Kiwanga Doctors and get through it easily. They have the solution to your acne.

Kiwanga Doctors are also talented in casting real and genuine spells in the world like money spells, witchcraft spells, and success spells among others. They also treat illnesses like Pneumonia, Leukemia, and Diabetes among other illnesses.
For consultation Call or WhatsApp on +254 769404965 / E-mail: kiwangadoctors@gmail.com or
visit the website www.kiwangadoctors.com

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