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  1. The severity of the scars doesn't matter. It's all about the sufferer's perception. This is an example of something that goes beyond logic. I'm not sure if there's a solution, but one coping mechanism would be to wear a mask now that it's considered normal.
  2. Since, in the long term, masks are here to stay, the coming decades/centuries are a good time to have acne.
  3. There is a possibility that altering coding in order to erase acne would lead to unintended consequences since the genes that encode for acne may have functions in addition to that. It would have to be that a new version of H. sapiens is engineered from the ground up in a way that leaves out acne programming OR that the current one is bred in a way that results in acne programming deletion.
  4. Makes me think of Morgellons disease. Mentioning this to a doctor may lead to a psychiatry referral. One of the signs Morgellons patients present with is fibers emerging from the skin. Why some doctors, then, view this as psychiatric is beyond me. They're trained to think as follows: "uncommon presentations of common diseases are more common than common presentations of uncommon diseases." If you're working on a puzzle and one piece won't fit, shoving it in won't necessarily make it fi
  5. If a person took a one-time pill that cleared 90% of their acne in the long term, would that count as a cure?
  6. Also, why do people want to delete their acne?
  7. The key to moisturized skin is not oils but good amounts of humectant natural moisturizing factors like urea and sodium lactate. Acne.org does not currently sell any products like this. I'd recommend a 5% urea moisturizer. CeraVe came out with a urea moisturizer sold in the US, but I can't recommend it since I've never used it. You'll probably have to get a European or Canadian urea moisturizer.
  8. Hyperpigmentation takes a long time to go away. If you're currently not using any peroxides on the skin, you can consider using hydroquinone. I used Ambi Fade Cream. Despite using Ambi Fade Cream, glycolic acid, etc. to attempt fading my marks, I still had to wait a long time for them to fade. You can also consider concealing your marks using a tinted moisturizer or making your own by mixing a water-based foundation with a water-based moisturizer. I mixed Almay Smart Shade Skintone Matching Foun
  9. When people say things like "acne cure," what exactly do they mean? What would it mean to cure acne?
  10. Hydroquinone, but you can't use it at the same time as using benzoyl peroxide because the combination will temporarily stain your skin.
  11. @Bibich - Je suis d'accord avec ce conseil. Vous pouvez également envisager d'utiliser la crème hydratante que vous avez mentionnée à la place de la crème hydratante Acne.org jusqu'à ce que votre peau redevienne normale. Je dirais également que vous pouvez vous rincer le visage au milieu de la journée tant que vous ne l'accompagnez pas avec le nettoyant Acne.org.
  12. Hi. Here are some thoughts of mine: -Is your face getting sun exposure? If you're not using an SPF, the sun can cause this to happen. This happened to me once, but I think the AHA contributed more to the increased sun sensitivity. -Are you using Acne.org Regimen products only? If not, you may be reacting to a fragrance or dye found in many drugstore products. -Are you allergic to licochalcone? The Acne.org moisturizer (and AHA) contains this ingredient. I think it says on the bott
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