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CGryffindor

Member Since 21 Jun 2013
Offline Last Active Oct 22 2013 06:55 AM

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Claravis > Week 4

Posted 15 July 2013

Hey all, just starting week 4! Had my Derm appointment this morning, and thankfully all my bloodwork came back ok. She kept me on the same dose of 20 mg twice a day for now, and if everything comes back ok again, we can talk about increasing the dosage. It's fine with me because my skin is doing really well right now. I've noticed something wonderful over...


Claravis > Note To Self: Hands Off

Posted 11 July 2013

Ok, so I seriously need to learn to leave my face the heck alone. I have the worst habit of squeezing things on my face that aren't even that noticeable and making them ten times worse. Normally, this is annoying, but not a huge deal or anything. But now that I'm on Claravis, everytime I touch my face, I cause a scrape. My skin is so fragile. And also, my...


Claravis > Week 3

Posted 08 July 2013

Hey all,Just starting week 3 of Claravis 20mg twice a day. It's hard to believe it's been 3 weeks already! Things haven't really changed that much in the last week. My blemishes are healing extremely quickly. Seems like they just dry right up overnight. My skin isn't producing any oil, which is soooo nice. I've always had such oily skin and I never r...


Claravis > My Routine

Posted 06 July 2013

I realized I've been a bit vague about my skin care routine, and that might be helpful to know. I've tried a lot of products over the years, and I mean A LOT of products, and I've weeded through the ones that don't work for me. For a long time, my strict routine was Neutrogena face wash and 10% benzoyl peroxide at night. Eventually, though, I learned the...


Claravis > Week 2

Posted 01 July 2013

Well, just finishing up week 2 now. My skin is becoming drier and drier. It itches all the time, despite the lotion. My scalp is pretty itchy, and its been peeling like it does when it gets sunburned. My skin is still pretty clear, and when I do get pimples, which are still a daily occurrence, they heal extremely quickly. Usually they dry up by the next d...