I had a TERRIBLE week, but finally my skin appears to be recovering. I have chronic depression, and last week was just terrible for me. I think I wrote in my last post that I had to cancel my therapist appointment because I was too anxious to be around people with my oozing scabs(that I created). Well, I thought I had learned my lesson from that, and I vowed that I would NEVER pick again, but that didn't last very long. I experienced a bad initial breakout from my daily Manuka Honey masks and out of frustration, I tried to pop the dozens of pimples that literally appeared overnight to no avail. Of course, that made everything SO MUCH worse, they weren't even large ones, just a bunch a small pimples with no head. But after I was done, every single one had turned into an inflamed mess. I have a feeling that if I had just left them alone, they would have went away really quickly, but hindsight is 20/20. I haven't experienced an IB since accutane, so I did not know how to handle it at all. I also was using a soap that I think did more damage as it brought my angular cheilitis back(something I haven't had since accutane). So, now I'm back to using my Konjac Sponge for a cleanser, and it's really helping the healing process. I'm still using the Manuka Honey, but I'm using one with a UMF of 15+ instead of the 10+. It's honestly amazing how fast my skin started to heal after I cut out my cleanser. I'm pretty disappointed though because that sucker was 28 dollars, and it was given a perfect score from Paula's Choice. I haven't seen one bad review on it, but my skin is ultra sensitive and it burned like a mother when I used it so it's got to go. I still have a few active pimples, but I refuse to touch them. Picking is seriously the worst thing you can do to your skin. As much as Pimples suck, oozing scabs are 10x worse, so I'm done. I forgot to mention that I bought the clear skin pack from Innate Skin. It contains vitamins to improve skin, and it has great reviews online, so I hope it works for me as well as it has for others'.