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  1. Accoding to this forum (Forum) someone emailed Galderma (the manufacturers of Cetaphil) and they told her that Cetaphil can last up to 7 years if kept away from water & other contaminants. I myself wouldn't use it though, no scientific basis here, I would just prefer to get a new one.
  2. I am currently using a 2% salicylic acid toner after cleansing, morning and night. I was thinking of getting the Avalon Organics Vitamin C Facial Serum (http://www.avalonorganics.com/?id=86&pid=380) to use after the toner and before my moisturizer. Do you think it is too much? I have mild hormonal acne, that tends to instantly break out more if I touch it. But as long as I don't it tends to go away. I do have some discoloration.
  3. So, it's been getting worse. Right now my skin is the worst it's been in 5 years . Up until a few weeks ago I was only getting somewhat swollen small blackheads that I would scratch when dry or squeeze, and one or two of them would eventually turn into bigger pimples if squeezed too hard. Now I'm just getting big whiteheads in places that weren't even broken out before . And I'm making it worse because I can't stop "trying to make it better". Yesterday I was super proud of myself because I did
  4. Thanks ivanna, I really like that quote. I think I will use the concept as my motto everytime I feel the urge to start picking. I'll redirect the energy I put towards trying to fix my face to trying to fix something in real life! Let's see how much problem solving and non picking I do this week. Thanks!!
  5. ??? put some candle wax on the tips of yr fingers. what do u think.

  6. Hi, I am a 28 year old female and I tend to have hormonal acne. It is not really bad and I can get pretty much clear as long as I manage NOT to touch my face, but as soon as I start picking the pimples multiply like crazy (duh). And right now it's getting bad. I don't recall a time in my life when I didn't pick at least a little bit. When I was in my teens and was not on the pill my acne was really bad, except for a period in my 20s when I stopped picking for a few months. After I went on the p