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  1. Hi leelowe1, thanks for replying. I am no longer adding anything new to my skin, as I figured that it will just irritate my skin more and I am seeing some improvements..I'm using ice to reduce inflammation and drinking a lot of water and green tea. Gonna try and slowly come off makeup so fingers crossed!
  2. Thank you for your reply mk04, for some reason it won't let me reply to you via "Quote". I think I do agree with you, before I used any Clinique or Liz Earle products, my skin was fine. Just the odd spot here and there so yes I agree - my skin has just been irritated as a result of using these products. I will try your advice and just wash my face with water - I've heard this to be quite successful for some people so I will see how it goes. Thank you )
  3. Thank you for your reply. Yes, having a breakout is the worst. Especially one this bad! I'm from the UK so I'll probably have to do a search online for the products that you're recommending but I will take a look. Did you find that the Terminator gel broke you out more when you first started using it? Or did it start to help your skin straight away? I'm trying to avoid using any new products that may cause my skin to get worse before it gets better kind of thing, especially with it being so
  4. Hi guys, I'm new to this website so please bare with me. Here are some photos of my skin. As you can see, the majority of my spots are red and inflamed. I WANT TO KNOW HOW TO REDUCE THIS I'm a 19 year old female who has suffered from spots/acne since I was about 12. After around 15, my skin started to clear up and I only got the odd spot. I'm now 19 and I feel like I've had the worst breakout I've ever had in the past 7 years. Note: the spots are only on my cheeks, nowhere else. Around