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  1. Thanks, but I have been on birth control for about 6 years so it would have helped my acne by now if it was ever going to. =/
  2. So I visted my dermatologist this past Monday, and I have changed up my regimine slightly. She seems to think that the "acne" on my forehead is actually an overgrowth of yeast... perhaps due to my use of the clindamyacin topial. I have been instructed to stop using it, and am now washing my face with ketoconozole shampoo every night in place of my exfoliating wash. And I am now using finacea (azelic acid) in place of the clinda in the mornings. Still usuing the tazorac gel at night, and still o
  3. Not to scare you, but my aunt had a similar pimple looking bump on her temple that would not go away, and it did turn out to be a form of skin cancer. Nothing near as bad as melanoma, but still... cancer is cancer. It's best to have a doctor do a biopsy of it. I know it's a scary thought, but you need to be proactive about your health.
  4. Since I have been breaking out more recently I have made it a point to cut back on my sugar/dairy intake, although I do not want to eliminate those completely as I am underweight and I don't want to risk losing any weight. I'm thinking my acne might be more hormonal than anything. My most problematic areas are my chin and upper lip. My forehead is usually a little bumpy, but not too bad. I really am starting to hate the way that tazorac feels on my skin. It worked well at first, but over the l
  5. As the title says, I have been dealing with acne for about 10 years. I am a 21 year old female, and starting breaking out during puberty at the age of 11 or 12. My acne has always been particularly stubborn. I hhave visit the demotologist ever since I started breaking out, and have tried many products. My skin has never been completely acne free, but there have been several periods where my complexion was looking better... temporary. I always eventually break out again. Over the last 2 month