Currently have several deep inflammations going on along the jawline.
Sometimes I just don't know what sets it off.
Been using SA more regularly and I find this to be less irritating/drying than the BP, as well as more effective than the BP (which is surprising to me). In the past I've never really had much luck or faith in SA. But I've pretty much stopped using the BP and started "overusing" the SA.
Case in point: started applying 8 pumps of my CVS SA moisturizer at night time and by morn
I took these pictures several weeks back. As of right now my skin is suffering through a "rash" of acne along both jawlines - clusters of deep cystic acne. They are healing up a bit but are still prominent in appearance, although they are no longer painful. When this type of painful acne appears is when I start slathering the BP pretty much all over my face. I don't know if there is a better way, but for now this is what I do.
Anyway, in comparison to the deep acne, my face in these pics look
I wish I had some photos of myself...
Just to update on the progress of my current skin cleansing regimen which I have found works well for my sensitive skin.
To reiterate, I do have sensitive skin that stings & burns when it comes into contact with certain chemicals. What exactly those are I never know, but I'm trying to be minimalist and more natural in my skin care. For example, I burned myself with a small amount of Vaseline. Go figure. In the future, if I require something to help
1st post. Just some thoughts.
I've been trying the oil cleansing method for a few months but have since changed it to suit my needs and accomodate an acne scrub that I've been enjoying.
Basically I saturate my face with warm water & jojoba, rubbing it into the skin to help remove makeup. Then I mix a bit more jojoba in with my green tea scrub and massage it all in. Warm water rinse and follow with SA moisturizer and BP.
Lately I've been slathering in the BP in and it does seem to help. B