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Syth

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  1. For the past 12 weeks I've been using Epiduo, which my skin is really quite clear except for 1 patch on my cheek that has been there for months. Now, that said patch has been improved by the help of the Epiduo, but I'm just starting to get to a stage where I feel as if I'm wasting my time. When I first visited my derm, she suggested that I may need to look into using a chemical peel if the Epiduo is unsuccessful and that really doesn't sound too appealing to me. Would attempting to see anothe
  2. Hey all! Sorry about not being able to supply any pictures, though hopefully my description will be good enough to help. Around 4 months ago one of my friends started tweezing some odd hairs on my face, which it then caused some bumps to appear on the said area a few days later. The bumps were originally the same colour as my skin, but I somehow managed to irritate them, leading them to become a purple-ish colour. The purple discolouration has now gone, but I still have the bumps and they
  3. Just pimples, though I'm mainly using it in order to remove some pigmentation on my cheek (which its already partially helped). How long did your initial breakout last for? and how long did it take for you to see your results, if you had any?
  4. I've used Epiduo for a while, I don't use it anymore but I will say that less is more! If your are going to use it build it up over the time you use it. I started off with Epiduo on for 15 minutes every other and then wash it off afterwards. It really depends on how much your skin can take on. If you use too much it can make your skin red for a few days and you will find it painful to move your mouth. Just my experiences! Good luck Fair enough. I just put it on my skin then and I was wondering
  5. I've used Epiduo for a while, I don't use it anymore but I will say that less is more! If your are going to use it build it up over the time you use it. I started off with Epiduo on for 15 minutes every other and then wash it off afterwards. It really depends on how much your skin can take on. If you use too much it can make your skin red for a few days and you will find it painful to move your mouth. Just my experiences! Good luck Fair enough. I just put it on my skin then and I was wondering
  6. Hello, Today my dermatologist prescribed me Epiduo due to having mild acne and some small brown pigmentation spots. I'm not particularly fussed about my acne as it really isn't that bad, but I would like to remove the pigmentation spots. I guess I just feel quite hesitant to use Epiduo, as I really don't want to make my skin any worse. The pigmentation spots on my face were caused due to having my skin tweezed in the wrong manner -- which its been there for a few months now, but my skin has st
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