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Continuing improvement

happily after


Some before after pictures. 

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March 22, 2016 125048 PM CDT.jpg

I am happy now. Under skin bumps/cysts have got flatten out dramatically. 

I have been using BHA pads like 5 times, not consecutive days since it will dry my skin out too much.. Now my face is kind of crust up with a dead skin on the surface from it. Not a bad thing tho. I know after the dead skin peeled off, new skin will surface and will be smooth. 

My routine is still the same and I will stick to it. I have found my HG products. Tretinoin, Safflower oil and EltaMd UV shield. Maybe that BHA pad. I will start to use cloth face masks to speed up dead skin peeling. And that's it! I successfully beat my acne again. Just need to deal with post inflammation marks now and those for sure will heal overtime and not causing more marks whereas acne will and those are painful...

(Safflower oil with drops of water to moisturize if feeling dry)
EltaMD UV shield
Makeup (recently I just used Laura Mercier dual concealer)

Safflower oil to oil cleanse
Microfiber cloth with lukewarm water to remove oil
(Cloth mask if feeling like doing so, either using sekkisei toner or my beauty diary)
(Safflower oil with drops of water to moisturize if feeling dry)
*Tretinoin cream 0.025 
(Maybe once a week using BHA pads)

*If feeling too dry and tight, I will skip tretinoin until I feel my face can handle it)

Vitamin D
Krill oil
Fish oil
Fermented cod liver oil



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