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redfield11

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  1. I'm kind of bumping this because I'd also like an answer too this. But since i'm posting i'll just share my knowledge, weaning yourself off of something and how you do it differs on both your addiction level and how long the effect of the thing lasts. So lets say you're taking 100mg twice a day, minocycline usually takes a bit over a month (say 6 weeks) to start working full time, and you seem to be pretty dependent on it. So you halve each thing, so lets say 1. One week of taking minoc
  2. anyone at all? or have you all been killed by adult acne and i'm next for asking questions
  3. 26 views and not a single person has a yes, no, maybe?
  4. That was the only title i could think of because this is kind of a weird question. Question: Is there any chance that taking medications (creams/antibiotic pills) during teenage years and early twenties keeps your body from essentially, adjusting, to acne? (2 examples, bottom one is quick if you don't want to read much) Example: For instance, for the average person who gets acne, they get it during mid teens (15/16) and then that continues on until around 20 and begins to fade away. Of co
  5. That was the only title i could think of because this is kind of a weird question. Question: Is there any chance that taking medications (creams/antibiotic pills) during teenage years and early twenties keeps your body from essentially, adjusting, to acne? (2 examples, bottom one is quick if you don't want to read much) Example: For instance, for the average person who gets acne, they get it during mid teens (15/16) and then that continues on until around 20 and begins to fade away. Of co
  6. I have red cheeks, nose, and a little redness across my chin. I started using three things roughly at the same time and am wondering if any of these are known to cause redness. 1. Epiduo (I used this for nearly a month on its own and did not have any redness) 2. Neutrogena Oil-Free Face Moisturizer (started using this after epiduo began to cause dryness) 3. Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser (just recently started using this on a regular basis and the redness on cheeks and nose have gotten a bit
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