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Retin-A 0.05% Vs. Adapalene 0.1% (Differin)

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I should get my green cream soon....

but meanwhile, what is better in results, leave the oily skin by itself, i got oily skin either with both...

but what is better in smoothing the skin, retin-a or differin ?

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I should get my green cream soon....

but meanwhile, what is better in results, leave the oily skin by itself, i got oily skin either with both...

but what is better in smoothing the skin, retin-a or differin ?

Retin-a 0.025% is equivalent to differein, so the retin-a 0.05% will be the most effective.


Regime: for moderate acne on face/ back/ chest

AM:

Cleanser: Cetaphil

Exfoliation: Aveeno Daily Skin Brightening Scrub

Moisturizer: Oil of Olay Complete

Sunscreen: Coppertone Oil Free SPF 45

PM:

Cleanser: Cetaphil

(wait 30 min)

Medication: 0.1% Retin-A Micro

Retin-A Micro 0.1%: week 14

Diane 35: week 10!

Status: Only three pimples! NO REDNESS, NO IRRITATION...My Log


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I should get my green cream soon....

but meanwhile, what is better in results, leave the oily skin by itself, i got oily skin either with both...

but what is better in smoothing the skin, retin-a or differin ?

Retin-a 0.025% is equivalent to differein, so the retin-a 0.05% will be the most effective.

ah so i rather differin, the less the better...

i dont have acne i just wanna smooth my skin, get oil removed, and try to remove surface holes that came out of nothing (douno..) and keep pores clean cause my got excessive oil production and im easily getting blackheads, even that i dont have acne i can be with 20-30 blackheads .. crap

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