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  1. wait so what did this product actually do for you? Just exfoliate really well?
  2. Hey that's good to hear! Do you have any before or after pictures??
  3. I have what you have and have not been able to figure out what it is. I've gotten the dark circles under my eyes too which creates this weird contrast between my red cheeks and the under eye skin. You don't seem to have pimples, pustules, dialated blood vessels or spider veins either, which are symptoms of rosacea so..?
  4. I don't have one that I go to regularly. I know it may seem weird, but I have my acne under control atm. The ones in the picture have been there since June or so almost? They don't really respond to anything -.- Would a "kenalog injection" take care of them? How much do they run per shot? Safe on neck?
  5. This is what it looks like It's at my jaw hinge are and right smack dab on the middle of my jaw line! Anyone have any suggestions? It's really starting to get to me
  6. There are so many different versions of nizoral on amazon ugh! Can someone give a reccomendation on which to buy and why? Thanks,
  7. GoingStrong

    -It works -100% all natural NONE. Okay it's a little bit pricey, but clear skin is priceless to me, It works and all that matters. I could care less about it being all natural, but that's always a plus knowing that your not putting all those harsh chemicals on your face. This is the first acne product that I can say that I like and works. I of course still have red marks and the odd blemish or two, but bottom line this is the clearest skin I've had in awhile. This is by no means a cure
  8. So I've had 3 blemishes that just won't seem to go away, all located on or slightly below my jawline. They were once large and sensitive to the touch, but now they are just flattened out and are raised, stiff and red. They've been there for about 4 months like pimples that just never finished the healing process. Anyone have any experience with this?!
  9. Skin on the neck seems to be different from that of the face in how it responds to products. Anything I applied to my neck was ineffective and i'd say contributed to the breakouts. Neck acne is pretty persistant, such a pain in the ass... What worked for me is doing absolutely nothing at all. DO NOT TOUCH it and wash only with water (only splashing), no cleanser... hope this will help you as it did me and my neck acne was pretttttty bad!
  10. Hmm I don't have that problem after eating a large meal, then again. Maybe something you are eating is triggering the redness? My face always looks the best in the morning as well. Does your skin act up after you have washed it? I'm beginning to think that the tap water in my house is causing it. It always seems like after I wash my face the problem resurfaces after a couple hours.. If your familiar with Paula's Choice products, I think there is a skin matifying moisturizer or two on her web
  11. Hey, I've purchased a handful of supplements from there! It's a damn good site. I think the amount you would want to start at is dependent on your own body's need for vitamin A. And most of the brands on there are reputable brands so you can't go wrong! Hope that helped
  12. Well congrats on having no pimples anymore I take zinc, vitamin A & D on a regular basis. Did you take zinc for a significant amount of time? What do you mean by digesting a lot of food? What kind of eating habits do you have if you don't mind me asking. I agree that the facial oil could possibly be irritating; I know that for me personally, when I wash my face, it's no longer oily and a little less red looking for a short period of time.
  13. Are either of you taking any sort of vitamins?
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