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Day 2

So this is going to be a fairly short post..... Despite getting around eight hours of sleep each night I am more tired than ever. When I woke up this morning my face had gotten extremely dry. I don't think the moisterizers I am using are enough to keep my flaky skin at bay. I've decided to use my dermatologist recommended moisterizer every other day (if I use it every day I tend to breakout) and see if that helps at all! I will list the name in tomorrow's post because I'm already in bed and can'





Day 1

So today was not a good day..... I followed all of the steps I planned on taking and by the time it got to the end of the night my acne had gotten worse. I will equate some of it to the exorbitant amount of sugar I ate on Easter so hopefully that clears up by the end of the week. Most of these new pimples are small and above ground so that's good, but I do have one underground pimple and it hurts really bad. If anyone has any simple tricks for getting rid of this cystic acne-like stuff under my




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Day 0 (I'm starting Monday)

I have struggled with acne going on three years now and It's getting progressively worse. I have been to a dermatologist and am using two creams (Adapalene and Clindamyacin) but they just aren't quite doing the trick. I am also on birth control, but that's not helping. I have extremely sensative skin so products that contain salicylic acid, benzoyl peroxide, etc. usually end up making things worse. I also have very dry skin. It is difficult to find products that moisterize my skin but don't caus




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