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What is wrong with my skin

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Hey there! :)

I'm Dustin from Germany and I had to fight acne as a child/teen. Since I'm about 18 years old my acne disappeared, but my skin on forehead and my cheaks is so big pored, always red and feels thick. I don't smoke and try to eat very healthy but my skin looks so old and used. 

I tryed micro needing in a studio once, but without any results. 

I have rarely seen any people with a skin similar to mine and I'm just super helpless on what to do to improve my skin. 

Do you think lasering my skin or any other treatment would help? 

 

I appreciate all of you trying to help me! 

I'll put some pictures in, so you can look at my skin. 

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5 hours ago, Dustin.rbg said:

I'm Dustin from Germany and I had to fight acne as a child/teen. Since I'm about 18 years old my acne disappeared, but my skin on forehead and my cheaks is so big pored, always red and feels thick. I don't smoke and try to eat very healthy but my skin looks so old and used. 

Tretinoin like Retin-A can help over time with enlarged pores. You should plan on using it for at least 3 months to see improvement.

Glycolic acid can also help with shrinking pore size. It ranges from 30% to 75% so you'll need to find your sweet spot.

Lastly, Clear + Brilliant laser is known to minimize pores.

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3 hours ago, Sirius Lee said:

Tretinoin like Retin-A can help over time with enlarged pores. You should plan on using it for at least 3 months to see improvement.

Glycolic acid can also help with shrinking pore size. It ranges from 30% to 75% so you'll need to find your sweet spot.

Lastly, Clear + Brilliant laser is known to minimize pores.

Is retin-a permanently shrink pores? 

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1 hour ago, can i get a new life please said:

Is retin-a permanently shrink pores? 

It should since enlarged pore isn't exactly a scar.

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