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What do you guys reccomend me to use for a cleanser?

I have pretty much normal skin now, not too oily and not too dry, I don't want something too strong and end up irritating my skin.

Also, what do you reccomend me to use as a topical, I don't have much acne now, so I just need something that will take me from around 97% clear to 100%, when I had bad acne I was using BP, but I tried it like a month ago and im now allergic to it, my face got red and swollen =/.

Also, is there any GOOD vitamin e creams/lotions? Just to help my skin, not to fight acne.

There's a bunch, Im not sure if any of them are good.

I want to go as natural as possible, not sure if there is any natural cleansers/exfoliators

So I need a CLEANSER, EXFOLIATOR, TOPICAL, and a CREAM(vitamin e), I want the cream mostly so it will give me a little moisture and overall help my skin to look it's best.

Thanks for any suggestions

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Hey mate, iv compiled a list for you, so you know where to buy these things :)

Cleanser: Neutrogena Extra Gentle Cleanser http://www.drugstore.com/qxp20890_333181_s...le_cleanser.htm

Topical: I recommend Differin, great topical retinoid, you would need a prescription from your doctor.

Exfoliator: Any St. Ives exfoliators are good really, unless your skin is easily irritated http://www.drugstore.com/search/search.asp...;search=st+ives

Cream: Vitamin E :)http://www.drugstore.com/products/prod.asp...Y-PLST-0-SEARCH

good luck :)

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I found this cleanser, http://www.sleekhair.com/3405.html do you think it might be better than the neutrogena?

I'll try to get the prescription, there's nothing else that works good that I can get a local store or at www.drugstore.com is there?

And this as an exfoliator? http://www.drugstore.com/products/prod.asp...Y-PLST-0-SEARCH

Im not sure about the vitamin e cream, it has fragrance in it. I don't really wanna use anything with fragrance.

Thanks for the help

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None of those things look "natural" to me :think: Maybe you should go to your local health food store and see what they have. Burt's Bees is natural, though it gets mixed reviews, and I'm sure there's others. Also you can Google "fragrance free vitamin e cream" and find a few.

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Hey mate, iv compiled a list for you, so you know where to buy these things :)

Cleanser: Neutrogena Extra Gentle Cleanser http://www.drugstore.com/qxp20890_333181_s...le_cleanser.htm

Topical: I recommend Differin, great topical retinoid, you would need a prescription from your doctor.

Exfoliator: Any St. Ives exfoliators are good really, unless your skin is easily irritated http://www.drugstore.com/search/search.asp...;search=st+ives

Cream: Vitamin E :)http://www.drugstore.com/products/prod.asp...Y-PLST-0-SEARCH

good luck :)

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Yeah, I'll try my local health store then. Molly, I didn't started with mild acne though, I had pretty bad acne, untill I started eating healthy, the more days that pass, the less I have acne.:)

Thanks for the info.

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The best exfoliator and most gentle... a washcloth. I recently had a facial and a simple washcloth for exfoliation is what she recommended. I've being doing just that for a few weeks now and like it better than anything else I've tried, and it's cheaper too!

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