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Avada Kedavra Acne

Member Since 26 May 2013
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In Topic: Last Stop Is Second Course Of Accutane Before The End

18 October 2014 - 07:38 PM

Keep you chin up. Please please please. :) I know how you are feeling.... and i feel like i walk around everyday feeling as if im alone. But im not. I found that keeping myself busy during the course helps- dont just site and wait. :) Good luck! If you ever need someone to talk to im on here basically 24/7. If you just need a chat, or anything just give me a holler. 

 

-E 


In Topic: Indoor Tanning Lotion For Acne Prone Skin?

17 October 2014 - 08:16 PM

embrace paleness 


In Topic: Dermablend Professional Cover Creme Tips

16 October 2014 - 08:07 PM

i dont wear makeup anymore, but when i did years ago i used those throw away cosmetic sponges. What someone recommended to me was take it and rip it in half down the middle so the fat end and the skinny end are on different parts now. If you look at the part where you ripped it in half it should be a little bumpy. I was told its the best to use that part because it gives the most natural coverage. Also dont forgot to put it under water and ring out the water before you apply your makeup with it.

Hey! I listened to you and it works great and the cover creme matches my skin perfectly, it doesnt even look like i have anything on my face!

But In the afternoon some of my blemishes are slightly visible? The make up wears off but not alot..How do i get it to last longer?

 

Yeah thats normal for makeup to breakdown like that after a long day. There are primers you could use before putting the makeup on but those usually are a no no for acne prone skin- i found they are very chemically and pore clogging. Mhhhhhhh.... throughout the day i feel everyone gets oil-yer and that makes the makeup split, crease and wear off. Try getting those makeup blotting sheets and half way throughout the day use one on your face to get rid of the excess oil and that may prolong the wear. 


In Topic: Laser Two Weeks Post Tane

16 October 2014 - 04:07 PM

I know the rule of thumb is 6 months but there is no proof of why. I've talked to two doctors that said basically 2 people out of hundreds of thousands scarred so they made the rule 6 months after take. I just want to know if anyone actually tried lasers soon after accutane? And if so what was their experience?

 

wowie amazing that you asked this question. Got done accutane exactly a year ago this month, just had v-beam done this past monday. They wanted me to wait a year, and boy am i happy i did because it let my skin get back to normal. Do not get it right away. Lasers are very harsh depending on the strength used 


In Topic: Need A Moisturizer For Very Sensitive Skin

15 October 2014 - 08:51 PM

vanicream lite lotion? was given this by my derm 4 days ago after i also said all moisturizers give me issues. including cetaphil and cerave!!! so far it seems quite nice :)