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devonkay

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  1. devonkay

    So What's Left?

    I know exactly how you feel. Every time I get clear, it's always temporary. Have you tried any supplements, though? I got my skin almost entirely clear taking a vitamin B complex, vitamin D3, beta carotene, zinc, and vitamin C. I stopped taking vitamin C based on some reports I read, but stopping it didn't affect my skin. You can also use a homemade vitamin C serum. I recently added DIM, which you probably wouldn't need if you're male. You may also want to try niacinamide. I read some amazing re
  2. devonkay

    What Makeup Remover Do You Guys Use

    I use Pupose wipes. When I run out, I just use Purpose cleanser and my Clarisonic
  3. I guess I'll start with a little background about my skin. I started breaking out in the 11th grade, and I would consider it moderate. By the time I started college, my skin was clear again and stayed that way until with the exception of occasional minor breakouts. Once I reached 24, however, my skin just started breaking out more and more. I sought the help of a dermatologist who prescribed Retin-A Micro .04%. I had a terrible initial breakout, but I was perfectly clear by the third month. It s
  4. I've been on Retin-A Micro for about 8 weeks now. Though I did have a small initial breakout, my skin is finally almost completely clear. I'm loving the results, but I do have some scars that I've had for awhile. I have read that Retin-A Micro can cause this in some people, but mine where present before starting the medication. In the process of doing some browsing in regard to how I can treat this, I stumbled across a post about a girl who dramatically reduced hers by using Skin Obsession 30% G
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