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About Refl3x

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  1. Well, I just searched 'vitamin e' at cvs, and it came back with 50 results, all very confusing. After searching vitamin e on the ratings page here, it supposedly works with clearing red marks. Under the descriptions for all these vitamin e products, it has like "Vitamin E 400 IU" or "Vitamin E 1000 IU" and "100 CP" with many many brands to choose from. Anybody want to give me a brand that worked for them, or knows a brand that works, located at CVS? And/or tell me what all these acronyms mean
  2. Hey, I really don't have acne, yet I do. It's not like I have pimples all over my face, but I might get 1 or 2 obvious looking ones that pop up in random places that go away in a few days. But after they go away they just leave my face with worst red marks I guess you call them, but some don't leave anything. So I got contacts a couple days ago, and before when I looked at my face it didn't look bad, they 'red marks' on my chin/forehead (where they are mostly) don't look like much or anything. B
  3. Alright, I searched up on BP and found that Clean & Clear Persa-Gel 10 Maximum Stregth works and gets good reviews. It's not like I have mild acne, it's mostly around my chin and there usually is a couple pimples that pop up occasionally, but there is mostly red spots I guess you'd call them from previous pimples. Then I have other random red spot type things around my lower cheeks. It just looks really bad under a lot of light, but it's not as noticable under darker light.
  4. I don't understand why there's always something wrong with every single acne treatment. Is there any acne treatment that actually works for people that you can find at a store?
  5. Alright, thanks for the replies. I think I'm going to try Neutrogena Oil-Free Moisture first, but there are 3 kinds. I'm reading about all 3, and the reviews and stuff, and at first I was edging towards the SPF 15 one because I heard if you have acne wash on in the sun, something happens, and reviewers say it's a little greasy, and there's not as many "works good with acne wash" comments as others. But with the Combination Skin one, reviewers say that it's a lot less greasy, doesn't have the sma
  6. Thanks, finally someone replied. I was just worried that putting on moisturizer would like cancel out the acne wash. There were just so many moisturizers out there that I don't even know where to begin, but I'll just check those one's you posted.
  7. Hey, I was wondering, since I've read so many reviews about how dry people's faces become after using Neutrogena Oil-Free Acne Wash, that if a moisturizer after would fix this dryness? If so, what's a good brand to use? Thanks. And I hope Neutrogena Oil-Free Acne Wash is a good choice to get rid of acne, I just realized that I should really do something about mine.