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Epiduo Day 3

I applied my third application of epiduo last night. My face is feeling quite itchy and my cheeks are relatively red... Apparently, this is normal though. :S My forehead is looking slightly clearer but it seems like the area around my temples are starting to look more inflamed and there are several new pimples coming to the surface at that area. I hope this is what is known as the 'initial breakout' I will continue to alternate days until my 5th application or so before I continue to apply
 

Epiduo Day 3

I applied my third application of epiduo last night. My face is feeling quite itchy and my cheeks are relatively red... Apparently, this is normal though. :S My forehead is looking slightly clearer but it seems as my the area around my temples are starting to look more inflamed and there are several new pimples coming to the surface at that area. I hope this is what is known as the 'initial breakout' I will continue to alternate days until my 5th application or so before I continue to appl
 

Epiduo!

As the title suggests, I will be talking about epiduo today. Epiduo is a cream that contains both benzoyl peroxide and adapalene. These two constituents combined together is supposedly very effective in killing the bacteria that contributes to acne. I have tried epiduo before and I remember the first time I tried it, my face was BURNT. My entire face was painful and red, and to make matters worse, it was looking very raw. I was afraid and I stopped applying the epiduo and told my dermatologis

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01/16/13

 

Just A Little Introduction

Hi. I am an ordinary 16 year old girl cursed with acne. I've had acne for quite some time now and I've decided that I want to document what medication I use on my face and whether they work for me. I started having pimples at quite a young age-12. While everyone else had clear skin, I was plaqued by the occasional spots on my forehead. Gradually, it became much worse, especially in the forehead region and I was distraught. I went to see a dermatologist and she prescribed several creams. Unfor
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