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justanotherduder

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  1. I did some googling, and I found someone from acne.org (Guest_Amy Lee_*) said that Pears Transparent Soap is among the worst cleansers she ever tried: So yeah, don't get your hopes up. I don't want anybody to be disappointed after reading this review as everyone's skin is different. As far as I'm concerned, the soap is absolutely amazing though. Also, there were positive things said as well regarding the soap:
  2. Thanks for your replies. I tried the mild liquid castile soap but unfortunately it was very drying on my skin and left it red and flaky. It didn't break me out though. I also tried the Pure Chimp 'Super Cleanser' and that stuff is really bad. Be wary of the spam adverts you find on acne.org in the message boards 'cause that crap will make you break out... or at least, my skin certainly didn't agree with it. What I can recommend though is Pears Transparent Soap. Discovered it at my si
  3. It's excellent.

    My skin has been acne prone since I was about 14 and the severity of it has varied in all the years since. I'm now 28. I've found that in my older age, my acne really depends on the product I'm using. People seem to believe that acne is a very bodily-intrinsic thing that results because of your hormones. I guess this would be true for most people but I'm 100% sure the main factor for me in my older age is simply skin allergy. My skin is highly sensitive to the product I'm using and it seems that
  4. Hello acne.org. My skin has been acne prone since I was about 14 and the severity of it has varied in all the years since. I'm now 28. I've found that in my older age, my acne really depends on the product I'm using. People seem to believe that acne is a very bodily-intrinsic thing that results because of your hormones. I guess this would be true for most people but I'm 100% sure the main factor for me in my older age is simply skin allergy. My skin is highly sensitive to the product I'm using a
  5. Thanks. I ordered the extra mild version liquid soap. Any thoughts on that? I so hope this works. My skin is so annoying. If I use 99% of OTC facial washes, my skin won't be dry but I'll get acne. However if I use simple soap, my skin will be dry as hell and red but I won't break out. Really hope this deal works. I've ordered the PureChimp Super Cleanser as well. Looks weird but you never know...
  6. Nope.

    It didn't work for me. So disappointed. It made me break out.
  7. Have any of you tried these? It's reviewed well on acne.org - although I suspect most are fake reviews because they all follow the same pattern: "Omg I tried to find something for my acne for years! Dermatologists, creams, topicals, etc etc, and now I FINALLY found something OMG OMG! I wish I had found this sooner! It is a miracle cure!!!!!!!!!" Un-huh... Anyway, there seem to be many options. Which would be the best to minimise acne? Also, since it's a soap, would it be very drying to t
  8. Hmm, you sure about that? Looks weird. I like that it's natural ingredients though. I'm looking for a simple cleanser that won't break me out... How long does that last you?
  9. I've heard that about SLS but seriously dude... that bath gel was amazing for me. The best I ever used by far. Sadly I'm a 28 year old male and still struggling with this problem. It really isn't hormonal fluctuations. It's definitely topical. My skin is highly reactive to these products and I can immediately feel whether or not a face wash will break me out. Most of them will make my skin feel tingly or a mild burning sensation after immediate use, but when I used the cucumber face wash men
  10. I'm desperately trying to find a simple face wash that won't break me out in the UK. Soap works but unfortunately it's incredibly drying to my sensitive skin and turns it all red and dry. Some history... I was in Pakistan for a good long while and while I was there I discovered something called 'Saeed Ghani Cucumber Face Wash'. It was amazing! While I was using it I forgot acne existed; in fact, I thought that maybe it wasn't the face wash and perhaps I had finally 'outgrown' acne. This stuf
  11. Sorry dude. At least they're the same colour of the skin though. I doubt anyone really notices them. Yeah... I'm so upset at how my skin looks right now. Because of all the squeezing, quite a large circular diameter of skin got messed up. It looks like the biggest mark on Brad Pitt's face in this pic but redder: It's under my left eye, next to my nose. The bumped area is much smaller though. It's gonna take so fucking to heal man. As long as it's there I'm not gonna have any co
  12. Hello. I'll try to explain this deal. I had some kinda 'closed closed comedone' bump thing for the longest time on my left cheek. I tried to squeeze it but nothing would come out. It wasn't a pimple and it didn't look too different to the colour of my skin. In the beginning it was much smaller but over about two and a half months it slowly grew in size. It still wasn't that big even when it was at its largest though and so didn't really bother me that much and I ignored it. However since
  13. Most products break me out. This doesn't. [Update: actually, it's not too great for me]

    I'm a 28 year old male that has very sensitive skin. Between my teen years and to about 23 years old I had mild to moderate and fairly persistent acne. When I look back I think certain products (face washes bought at Boots etc) made it even worse. Anyway my skin started to clear up for the most part when I was 25. At the time I was using something called Nivea For Men - Sensitive Face Wash. The old formula (which has now apparently been discontinued in the UK; the new one is baaaaad)
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