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#1 ryanroxie123

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Posted 05 February 2012 - 10:56 PM

I have struggled with acne for many years. It clears up and comes back constantly. I have had nearly every antibiotic out there, but none seem to completely clear my face. Here are 2 regimens that worked for me.

The first worked very well, but my Doctor cut my antibiotic dose in half, and my acne came back. I saw a new dermatologist and he prescribed the second listed regimen. Both worked great for me, and like i said, i thought there was no hope. Give these a try if you have felt the same!

Trust me, I've been working on this for years, and this is what i have learned.

While doing EITHER regimen you choose remember:
Change Pillowcase every 2 nights.
Cut as much (ideally all) dairy and sweets. substitute soy milk, soy cheese, non dairy yogurt etc.
Cut down on processed foods. Eat fresh.
Drink Plenty of water.
Get a haircut, that keeps hair off face.
Do some exercising!
Stick with it. There is no overnight cure. Give it a few months. You won't get clear by switching regimens every week.


Regimen 1

100mg Doxycylcine 2x a day.

Morning:
Wash face using hands with Neutrogena Naturals facial cleanser.
After dry (10 minutes) Apply duac.

Afternoon:
Wash face using washcloth with light amount of mentioned cleanser.
after dry, apply Lush Tee Tree Water
Wait a few minutes and apply Olay Beauty Fluid.

Night:
Same as morning.


Regimen 2.

Bactrim 100mg 2x a day

Morning:
Wash face with cetaphil
After dry, apply duac

Night:
Wash with cetaphil
after dry apply Micro Retin A



Use facial moisturizer as needed during the day.

#2 markm90

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Posted 05 February 2012 - 11:27 PM

Problem is, is that you can't really use antibiotics long term.




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