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OKAY, so I've had acne problems for quite some time. Often I break out with cysts here and there, but for the last several months I've been developing these tiny bumps all over my cheeks. They spread from my temples, and made their way all the way down to my jawline. I'm not sure what the f they are, i think they're closed comedones, but when i squeeze them, nothing comes out. They are REALLY tiny, but VERY visible in the right light. I have NO IDEA what is causing this, I've tried Tazorac (which was a living hell after a couple of weeks), and I've tried various vitamin supplements, but they seem to be spreading rapidly. I'm a freshman at college, and these little guys really chew away at my self-esteem. I've been picking at the bigger ones, which causes scaring. Also, I have a REALLY bad habit of rubbing my hand against my face, probably because I'm so self-conscious about it.

NOTE: There A LOT worse on the right side. I thought it might be the pillow case, so I washed the sheets and pillows often (every 1-3 days). But no effect... :(

Also, I sometimes have REALLY bad cystic breakouts on the LEFT side, but its so annoying im not even gonna get into that...

I read about Apple Cider Vinegar, and most of what I read were really good. I just started, so I'll see if it makes any difference.

I would love to get these out of my life by the start of the next semester, so if anyone can offer some advice, I will love you long time :)

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I just posted about this same situation! Its like im reading my own post! Yes you have closed comedones or clogged pores. I've been dealing with it for 2 years now, I'm a registered nurse and I work for a dermatologist who keeps suggesting Accutane for it. I know that salicylic acid helps unclog pores but it can be very expensive to get these peels every two weeks. I'm about to change my whole diet and avoid ALL dairy products for about two weeks. Ill see if this makes a difference. Idk what else to try bc I have tried everything except accutane! Blah! Let me know if you find anything that helps. Praying for you! ------------ Victoria

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i have them too on my jawline and left cheek and i'm using accutane,i assure you accutane doesnt work on them properly

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You could try Salicylic acid peels from amazon (please be careful though).

I find that treatments like that work better when I'm taking some sort of oral medication too.

Have you tried Dan's regimen? benzoyl peroxide could definitely fix this but obviously requires maintenance.


Morning Routine:

- Avene Soapless Gel Cleanser

- Boots Time Delay AHA Toner

- Boots Botanics Rosewater Toning Spritz

- Hyaluronic Acid Serum (homemade)

- Hazelnut oil with rosemary + clary sage (on acne prone areas)

- Alpha Hydrox Enhanced Cream (10% Glycolic Acid)

- SK:N Sunscreen SPF 30

- W7 Camera Ready Primer

Evening Routine:

- Lush Ultrabland + Washcloth

- Soap & Glory ULTIMELT Hot Cloth Cleanser + Washcloth

- Boots Time Delay AHA Toner

- Differin 0.1% cream

- Hazelnut oil with rosemary + clary sage (stops oil production)

- Vitamin C Serum (also homemade) OR

- Estée Lauder Advanced Night Repair serum

Once/Twice a week:

- Green Clay Mask (+ salicylic acid)

- Exfoliate with No7 skin cleansing brush


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Would you consider going on The Regimen? Or just use salicylic acid, if that doesnt work, try 2.5% Benzoyl peroxide.

Good luck!


Week 55 on The Regimen!! (Just broke a year!) :banana: seeing great results! Was clear from all active acne, but fell off my routine and slightly relapsed :doh:(updated 2/17/15)

~My Regimen~
Morning ▼▼ Different from Night Routine/Regimen to keep skin from becoming too dry and flaky or oily and shiny during the day
1. Dan's Gentle Cleanser
2. Spot & patch treat with Dan's BP and if necessary, Dan's AHA+
3. CeraVe Moisturizing Lotionor Olay Moisturizing Lotion - Sensitive Skin[Also testing several Paula's Choice moisturizers/SPF to pick my new one]
4. Paula's Choice Shine Stopper
At Night ▼▼
1. Dan's Gentle Cleanser
2. Paula's Choice Hydralight Toner [Also testing Paula's Choice Skin Balancing, and Resist Toners]
3. Dans BP - 1.5 to 2 pump(s).
4. 1/2 Olay Moisturizing Lotion - Sensitive Skin 1/2 Dans AHA+ & half pump of Garnier Jojoba/Macadamia Oil
~Supplements/Vitamins (each daily)~
- 2000 IU Trader Joe's Vitamin D3 - two 1000 Iu capsule a day
- Target brand (Up & Up) Zinc 100mg - two 50mg cpasules a day
- CVS Chewable Vitamin C with Rose Hips 2000mg -two 1000mg tablets a day -Was previously taking Trader Joe's Synergistic C Vitamin C Complex
- Nature Made 16,000 IU Vitamin A -two 8000 IU capsules a day
- Trader Joe's Natural Papaya & Pineapple Enzymes -2 tablets a day -not really for skin, more for digestion
- One A Day VitaCraves Gummies + Immunity Support -2 gummies a day -mostly as a general multi-vitamin
- Schiff Digestive Advantage Probiotic Gummies -2 gummies a day -mostly for digestion
--Planning to add in some Vitamin B5, and possibly add Omega-3

Still trying to perfect my regimen. 'We all have different skin' ~YOUR MILEAGE WILL VARY!~ Customize your regimen/routine for your unique self :dan:


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What kinds of products are you using on your face (cleanser, shaving cream, moisturizer)? Did you start using anything new when these started popping up?

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Morgo K, suggesting salicylic acids off amazon is a pretty good suggestion. Although she should be careful as skin of dark hues can hyperpigment, so its better to get medical advice first and maybe try on with a professional the first time. everyones skin is different, i will just write what i have been doing at home. Sal peels are very safe if you start off with a 15% once or twice a month for several months and then up it to 20% for a couple weeks. Although these should not be used during pregnancy. That could save the her a lot of cash since chem peels in a doc office range from 60-130$ per peel!! Amazon has professional brands that are dirt cheap, like around 12-15$ which would last for multiple peels. It doesn't take much at all. I do these at home all the time. I leave them on for around 3 mins and neutralize with plain old water! ;) have a blessed day everyone!!!!

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Morgo K, suggesting salicylic acids off amazon is a pretty good suggestion. Although she should be careful as skin of dark hues can hyperpigment, so its better to get medical advice first and maybe try on with a professional the first time. everyones skin is different, i will just write what i have been doing at home. Sal peels are very safe if you start off with a 15% once or twice a month for several months and then up it to 20% for a couple weeks. Although these should not be used during pregnancy. That could save the her a lot of cash since chem peels in a doc office range from 60-130$ per peel!! Amazon has professional brands that are dirt cheap, like around 12-15$ which would last for multiple peels. It doesn't take much at all. I do these at home all the time. I leave them on for around 3 mins and neutralize with plain old water! wink.png have a blessed day everyone!!!!


Week 55 on The Regimen!! (Just broke a year!) :banana: seeing great results! Was clear from all active acne, but fell off my routine and slightly relapsed :doh:(updated 2/17/15)

~My Regimen~
Morning ▼▼ Different from Night Routine/Regimen to keep skin from becoming too dry and flaky or oily and shiny during the day
1. Dan's Gentle Cleanser
2. Spot & patch treat with Dan's BP and if necessary, Dan's AHA+
3. CeraVe Moisturizing Lotionor Olay Moisturizing Lotion - Sensitive Skin[Also testing several Paula's Choice moisturizers/SPF to pick my new one]
4. Paula's Choice Shine Stopper
At Night ▼▼
1. Dan's Gentle Cleanser
2. Paula's Choice Hydralight Toner [Also testing Paula's Choice Skin Balancing, and Resist Toners]
3. Dans BP - 1.5 to 2 pump(s).
4. 1/2 Olay Moisturizing Lotion - Sensitive Skin 1/2 Dans AHA+ & half pump of Garnier Jojoba/Macadamia Oil
~Supplements/Vitamins (each daily)~
- 2000 IU Trader Joe's Vitamin D3 - two 1000 Iu capsule a day
- Target brand (Up & Up) Zinc 100mg - two 50mg cpasules a day
- CVS Chewable Vitamin C with Rose Hips 2000mg -two 1000mg tablets a day -Was previously taking Trader Joe's Synergistic C Vitamin C Complex
- Nature Made 16,000 IU Vitamin A -two 8000 IU capsules a day
- Trader Joe's Natural Papaya & Pineapple Enzymes -2 tablets a day -not really for skin, more for digestion
- One A Day VitaCraves Gummies + Immunity Support -2 gummies a day -mostly as a general multi-vitamin
- Schiff Digestive Advantage Probiotic Gummies -2 gummies a day -mostly for digestion
--Planning to add in some Vitamin B5, and possibly add Omega-3

Still trying to perfect my regimen. 'We all have different skin' ~YOUR MILEAGE WILL VARY!~ Customize your regimen/routine for your unique self :dan:


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Yes I do agree that BP is better for larger white pustules and for spot treating, but for maintenance and treating larger areas I think continued sal acid peels help to renew the pore from inside out and prevent them from clogging again. Plus it's much less irritating than slathering BP all over your face. I think peels every two weeks will help in long run to unclog the pores.

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Yes I do agree that BP is better for larger white pustules and for spot treating, but for maintenance and treating larger areas I think continued sal acid peels help to renew the pore from inside out and prevent them from clogging again. Plus it's much less irritating than slathering BP all over your face. I think peels every two weeks will help in long run to unclog the pores.


Week 55 on The Regimen!! (Just broke a year!) :banana: seeing great results! Was clear from all active acne, but fell off my routine and slightly relapsed :doh:(updated 2/17/15)

~My Regimen~
Morning ▼▼ Different from Night Routine/Regimen to keep skin from becoming too dry and flaky or oily and shiny during the day
1. Dan's Gentle Cleanser
2. Spot & patch treat with Dan's BP and if necessary, Dan's AHA+
3. CeraVe Moisturizing Lotionor Olay Moisturizing Lotion - Sensitive Skin[Also testing several Paula's Choice moisturizers/SPF to pick my new one]
4. Paula's Choice Shine Stopper
At Night ▼▼
1. Dan's Gentle Cleanser
2. Paula's Choice Hydralight Toner [Also testing Paula's Choice Skin Balancing, and Resist Toners]
3. Dans BP - 1.5 to 2 pump(s).
4. 1/2 Olay Moisturizing Lotion - Sensitive Skin 1/2 Dans AHA+ & half pump of Garnier Jojoba/Macadamia Oil
~Supplements/Vitamins (each daily)~
- 2000 IU Trader Joe's Vitamin D3 - two 1000 Iu capsule a day
- Target brand (Up & Up) Zinc 100mg - two 50mg cpasules a day
- CVS Chewable Vitamin C with Rose Hips 2000mg -two 1000mg tablets a day -Was previously taking Trader Joe's Synergistic C Vitamin C Complex
- Nature Made 16,000 IU Vitamin A -two 8000 IU capsules a day
- Trader Joe's Natural Papaya & Pineapple Enzymes -2 tablets a day -not really for skin, more for digestion
- One A Day VitaCraves Gummies + Immunity Support -2 gummies a day -mostly as a general multi-vitamin
- Schiff Digestive Advantage Probiotic Gummies -2 gummies a day -mostly for digestion
--Planning to add in some Vitamin B5, and possibly add Omega-3

Still trying to perfect my regimen. 'We all have different skin' ~YOUR MILEAGE WILL VARY!~ Customize your regimen/routine for your unique self :dan:


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Exfolaition helped me, but not manually with a scrub (they sometimes irritate them as its easy just to try and scrub them away), i used a glycolic acid facewash from a SK:N clinic, its a chemical exfoliant and rally helped me. It didnt inflame them either, just dried them up.

I was also prescribed differin, a retinoid, which also exfoliates.

This is what helped me. I wish you look. Be grateful though that they dont throb like a cyst. I know they are not nice to have, but it could always be worse.


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OKAY, so I've had acne problems for quite some time. Often I break out with cysts here and there, but for the last several months I've been developing these tiny bumps all over my cheeks. They spread from my temples, and made their way all the way down to my jawline. I'm not sure what the f they are, i think they're closed comedones, but when i squeeze them, nothing comes out. They are REALLY tiny, but VERY visible in the right light. I have NO IDEA what is causing this, I've tried Tazorac (which was a living hell after a couple of weeks), and I've tried various vitamin supplements, but they seem to be spreading rapidly. I'm a freshman at college, and these little guys really chew away at my self-esteem. I've been picking at the bigger ones, which causes scaring. Also, I have a REALLY bad habit of rubbing my hand against my face, probably because I'm so self-conscious about it.

NOTE: There A LOT worse on the right side. I thought it might be the pillow case, so I washed the sheets and pillows often (every 1-3 days). But no effect... :(

Also, I sometimes have REALLY bad cystic breakouts on the LEFT side, but its so annoying im not even gonna get into that...

I read about Apple Cider Vinegar, and most of what I read were really good. I just started, so I'll see if it makes any difference.

I would love to get these out of my life by the start of the next semester, so if anyone can offer some advice, I will love you long time :)

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Don't pick at them it can cause them to become inflamed.


Week 55 on The Regimen!! (Just broke a year!) :banana: seeing great results! Was clear from all active acne, but fell off my routine and slightly relapsed :doh:(updated 2/17/15)

~My Regimen~
Morning ▼▼ Different from Night Routine/Regimen to keep skin from becoming too dry and flaky or oily and shiny during the day
1. Dan's Gentle Cleanser
2. Spot & patch treat with Dan's BP and if necessary, Dan's AHA+
3. CeraVe Moisturizing Lotionor Olay Moisturizing Lotion - Sensitive Skin[Also testing several Paula's Choice moisturizers/SPF to pick my new one]
4. Paula's Choice Shine Stopper
At Night ▼▼
1. Dan's Gentle Cleanser
2. Paula's Choice Hydralight Toner [Also testing Paula's Choice Skin Balancing, and Resist Toners]
3. Dans BP - 1.5 to 2 pump(s).
4. 1/2 Olay Moisturizing Lotion - Sensitive Skin 1/2 Dans AHA+ & half pump of Garnier Jojoba/Macadamia Oil
~Supplements/Vitamins (each daily)~
- 2000 IU Trader Joe's Vitamin D3 - two 1000 Iu capsule a day
- Target brand (Up & Up) Zinc 100mg - two 50mg cpasules a day
- CVS Chewable Vitamin C with Rose Hips 2000mg -two 1000mg tablets a day -Was previously taking Trader Joe's Synergistic C Vitamin C Complex
- Nature Made 16,000 IU Vitamin A -two 8000 IU capsules a day
- Trader Joe's Natural Papaya & Pineapple Enzymes -2 tablets a day -not really for skin, more for digestion
- One A Day VitaCraves Gummies + Immunity Support -2 gummies a day -mostly as a general multi-vitamin
- Schiff Digestive Advantage Probiotic Gummies -2 gummies a day -mostly for digestion
--Planning to add in some Vitamin B5, and possibly add Omega-3

Still trying to perfect my regimen. 'We all have different skin' ~YOUR MILEAGE WILL VARY!~ Customize your regimen/routine for your unique self :dan:


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Don't pick at them it can cause them to become inflamed.

+1. Still trying to fight away my hands from picking at pimples on my face. It just feels natural, but will always lead to worse things.

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Don't pick at them it can cause them to become inflamed.

+1. Still trying to fight away my hands from picking at pimples on my face. It just feels natural, but will always lead to worse things.


Week 55 on The Regimen!! (Just broke a year!) :banana: seeing great results! Was clear from all active acne, but fell off my routine and slightly relapsed :doh:(updated 2/17/15)

~My Regimen~
Morning ▼▼ Different from Night Routine/Regimen to keep skin from becoming too dry and flaky or oily and shiny during the day
1. Dan's Gentle Cleanser
2. Spot & patch treat with Dan's BP and if necessary, Dan's AHA+
3. CeraVe Moisturizing Lotionor Olay Moisturizing Lotion - Sensitive Skin[Also testing several Paula's Choice moisturizers/SPF to pick my new one]
4. Paula's Choice Shine Stopper
At Night ▼▼
1. Dan's Gentle Cleanser
2. Paula's Choice Hydralight Toner [Also testing Paula's Choice Skin Balancing, and Resist Toners]
3. Dans BP - 1.5 to 2 pump(s).
4. 1/2 Olay Moisturizing Lotion - Sensitive Skin 1/2 Dans AHA+ & half pump of Garnier Jojoba/Macadamia Oil
~Supplements/Vitamins (each daily)~
- 2000 IU Trader Joe's Vitamin D3 - two 1000 Iu capsule a day
- Target brand (Up & Up) Zinc 100mg - two 50mg cpasules a day
- CVS Chewable Vitamin C with Rose Hips 2000mg -two 1000mg tablets a day -Was previously taking Trader Joe's Synergistic C Vitamin C Complex
- Nature Made 16,000 IU Vitamin A -two 8000 IU capsules a day
- Trader Joe's Natural Papaya & Pineapple Enzymes -2 tablets a day -not really for skin, more for digestion
- One A Day VitaCraves Gummies + Immunity Support -2 gummies a day -mostly as a general multi-vitamin
- Schiff Digestive Advantage Probiotic Gummies -2 gummies a day -mostly for digestion
--Planning to add in some Vitamin B5, and possibly add Omega-3

Still trying to perfect my regimen. 'We all have different skin' ~YOUR MILEAGE WILL VARY!~ Customize your regimen/routine for your unique self :dan:


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Don't pick at them it can cause them to become inflamed.

+1. Still trying to fight away my hands from picking at pimples on my face. It just feels natural, but will always lead to worse things.

Yea me too! I admit I still try to pop my acne but, if you must make sure your hands and fingers are clean. If the pimple doesn't pop easily leave it be. Always wash hands and face before doing an extraction. Disinfect lesion after extraction and apply antibiotic ointment immediately.

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I know this thread is kind of old. I had the exact same bumps (I do not think they are acne) and here are two things that helped me a lot!

1. For people who wear makeup--don't use any makeup brushes. Don't touch your face at all. These bumps spread when you touch them. Exfoliating made them worse for me because I was irritating them.

2. Change any products you're using one at a time to determine if you're allergic. Wait at least 3 weeks before changing anything else to see if that makes a difference.

For me, it was Cetaphil that was either causing the bumps or making them worse--and I never suspected it for about 2 years. I barely put anything on my face because it's sensitive, so I was completely stumped as to what was causing the bumps. They are not completely gone now, but I could tell as soon as I stopped using the Cetaphil that they were greatly improving.

Hope this helps people! I never want anyone to lose their confidence over these issues!!

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I know this thread is kind of old. I had the exact same bumps (I do not think they are acne) and here are two things that helped me a lot!

1. For people who wear makeup--don't use any makeup brushes. Don't touch your face at all. These bumps spread when you touch them. Exfoliating made them worse for me because I was irritating them.

2. Change any products you're using one at a time to determine if you're allergic. Wait at least 3 weeks before changing anything else to see if that makes a difference.

For me, it was Cetaphil that was either causing the bumps or making them worse--and I never suspected it for about 2 years. I barely put anything on my face because it's sensitive, so I was completely stumped as to what was causing the bumps. They are not completely gone now, but I could tell as soon as I stopped using the Cetaphil that they were greatly improving.

Hope this helps people! I never want anyone to lose their confidence over these issues!!


Currently Using: First Aid Beauty Deep Cleanser, First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Liquid Recovery, Paulas Choice 2.5% BP, Olay Sensitive Beauty Fluid.

Extras: Paulas Choice 10% AHA & Paulas Choice 2% BHA.

Failed: Duac, Differin, Bactrim, Tetracycline, Doxycycline.

Acne status: Clear on chin and forehead except for pigmentation. Working on closed comedones around nose, top lip, upper cheeks and overall skin texture.


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I use Paula's Choice 2% BHA Lotion and that keeps me from getting them.

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All those pesky bumps seem to be slowly getting better, but are not completely gone. Sometimes it's hard to tell if they're improving because you can only see them in certain lighting.

I added a 2% Salicylic Acid lotion to my routine recently, and I think that's helping too. Before, I didn't actually use any acne fighting products because my skin is super sensitive. The SA isn't bothering me too much right now though.

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I use Paula's Choice 2% BHA Lotion and that keeps me from getting them.


Currently Using: First Aid Beauty Deep Cleanser, First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Liquid Recovery, Paulas Choice 2.5% BP, Olay Sensitive Beauty Fluid.

Extras: Paulas Choice 10% AHA & Paulas Choice 2% BHA.

Failed: Duac, Differin, Bactrim, Tetracycline, Doxycycline.

Acne status: Clear on chin and forehead except for pigmentation. Working on closed comedones around nose, top lip, upper cheeks and overall skin texture.


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I'm finding I am in this situation as well and seriously don't know what to do.

Thinking about going to doctors for a retinoid but then I don't know what one.

Also considering at home peel but I have very sensitive skin and would be nervous about it...

It's so bloody frustrating.


 

Limited dairy/gluten - everything in moderation - lots of healthy fats, fruit and veggies.

Going full Paleo in January 

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I am in the same boat! Have been for 6 months and can't find out what it is and how to get rid of them.

I started using Neutrogena Healthy Skin Anti-Wrinkle Spf 15 w/ Retinol & Multi-vitamins again because I used it before when my skin was puurrrfectly clear- also just a note for this moisturizer, I think it's only good for people who don't have damaged skin, which is what I have right now (red, inflamed, irritated). Been on it for 2 weeks and it just makes me feel super greasy and oily. But i figured I'd stick it out for at least 3 weeks for any changes. Just seems to make my skin red...probably not a good thing but I'll never know unless I stick with it for a while...right...?

My problem has been finding the right moisturizer. I went into a metaphysical shop for some other shoppings and the store owner told me it's because my skin is unbalanced, too dry then too oily. She suggested me to buy some Aztec Bentonite Clay and to mix Apple Cider Vinegar with it using the mask once a week. I started doing this about 3 weeks ago. Not any noticeable improvement yet. But I'm sticking with it.

I feel so lost and I have no idea what kind of derm to go to bc I don't want to get prescribed some harsh topical cream, as that has happened to me in the past and only irritated my skin (proactiv, differin, any benz perox) (it's sensitive).

I also just ordered these samples from Paula's Choice. Any suggestions on which one I should try first? Especially with the retinol? (as I've searched that they work well together).

Price Quantity Total Skin Perfecting 1% BHA Lotion Exfoliant $0.80 1 $0.80 Skin Perfecting 1% BHA Gel Exfoliant $0.80 2 $1.60 Hydralight Moisture-Infusing Lotion $0.00 2 $0.00 Skin Perfecting 2% BHA Gel Exfoliant $0.00 1 $0.00 Skin Balancing Invisible Finish Moisture Gel $0.80 2 $1.60 Hydralight Shine-Free Daily Mineral Complex SPF 30

If anyone has a clear direction (pun intended) of how to fix this disastrous problem plllllease I would appreciate any feedback!!! Thank you!

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I feel so lost and I have no idea what kind of derm to go to bc I don't want to get prescribed some harsh topical cream, as that has happened to me in the past and only irritated my skin (proactiv, differin, any benz perox) (it's sensitive).

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Hey! For anyone still out there...

I went to the derm and got some more help with this problem. Here's what I'm doing:

1. He told me to apply Aqua Glycolic Toner to dry skin then rinse off with just water. Do not use any face wash.

2. The derm told me not to use any moisturizer--this was the hard part for me.

3. I applied AcZone 2x per day.

So, I completely changed my routine to follow the derm's instructions exactly. This is REALLY working for me against the small bumps. I can't pin-point exactly what's working, but I think it's the Aqua Glycolic. I recommended Aqua Glycolic to my mom and she is using it, too.

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