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I had a bad trip with pimples and acne last weekend and I have alot of dry and flaky dead skin on my face from all the medicine and stuff I used. I use moisturizer, it helps the dryness but theres still flaky dead skin still there. How do I get it off without really irritating my skin? I can't walk around with dead flaky skin on my face...

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I dunno what to tell you...exfoliating would make your skin more irritated.

I think it will take time, but try something like Jojoba oil, I used it for my dry, flaky skin and about 1 week or so later my skin was back to normal. I didn't even need to moisturize anymore.

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I had a bad trip with pimples and acne last weekend and I have alot of dry and flaky dead skin on my face from all the medicine and stuff I used. I use moisturizer, it helps the dryness but theres still flaky dead skin still there. How do I get it off without really irritating my skin? I can't walk around with dead flaky skin on my face...

If you dont exfoliate you are going to end up breaking out soon. Try using an AHA once daily with your BP, or try the baby brush method, or baking soda, or a scrub with microbeeds

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I had a bad trip with pimples and acne last weekend and I have alot of dry and flaky dead skin on my face from all the medicine and stuff I used. I use moisturizer, it helps the dryness but theres still flaky dead skin still there. How do I get it off without really irritating my skin? I can't walk around with dead flaky skin on my face...

If you dont exfoliate you are going to end up breaking out soon. Try using an AHA once daily with your BP, or try the baby brush method, or baking soda, or a scrub with microbeeds

thanks, i got it all off, when i was in the shower i just wiped my face with a wash cloth and theres barely any flakes left, no irritation.

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