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Improvement of acne vulgaris by topical fullerene application: unique impact on skin care.

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#1 Reti


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Posted 10 April 2011 - 12:00 AM


It lowers sebum production, improves skin hydration, and is possibly a super duper anti-oxidant, with pretty much zero side-effects. I wonder how it would compare to coal tar...

Edited by Reti, 10 April 2011 - 02:57 PM.

Low dose oral antibiotics for the long-term. Hibiclens morning and night in the shower. Occassional max strength triple-antibiotic white petroleum jelly all over the face (rarely, now). And occassionally salicylic acid wipes prep followed by 10% benzoyl peroxide PanOxyl (deactivates the Hibiclens, though). If you can afford oral or topical retinoids, you should try them.

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