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16 August 2013 - 02:22 PM
I am experiencing the same thing and had to stop bp to start accutane
Do you think that clinique stuff could help?
06 August 2013 - 01:23 PM
how long did it takes for the red dry skin to fade? I've been using bp for 2 years and now on accutane. It's been 3 weeks so far and the red skin is still here.
also what product did you used?
29 March 2013 - 01:09 PM
I ordered Finacea from an Australian Pharmacy (no prescription). Hopefully you are right and it will do the trick. Here is a shot that I have taken today
I honestly think it's pretty bad, especially around my nose. How long did it takes you to get results from Finacea?
07 March 2013 - 07:29 PM
I always wanted to try Finacea but my GP don't know what is it so I never had the chance. I just ordered it from Australia since it's an over the counter drug (only $50 with shipping).
Are you still using benzoyl peroxide alongside? I already stopped it before and it has been the worst mistake I have done.
I'm thinking about using BP on morning and Finacea at night.
here is another shot that I have taken
I don't think it is irritation, it sting a little bit when I apply BP, it's a little bit more sensitive but I don't feel any pain or anything, it's simply just red
how long does it took for you to see results from Finacea? I have an important date in 2 months, hopefully it will had fade a bit
05 March 2013 - 04:55 PM
I also think it's due to my medication, I had those redness even before I started Duac. I think overuses of products (Duac, Differin, SA cleanser etc.) and lack of moisturizer is the cause.
I'm going to try the regimen right now, i'll stick with 2.5% bp and gentle product maybe it will do the trick.
For now, I'm using spectro 2.5% Bp, Spectrogel and Neutrogena oil free moisture by the time I'll get my order shipped.
I also mix pure Aloe Vera in my moisturizer and I kinda like it.
I don't know if an emolient like Neosporin or something could speed up the process?
Also, what you think about AHA? Could it help with irritation/redness/marks?
thanks again, very appreciated.
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