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gots2geo

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  1. NEW FORMULA CAUSED DERMATITIS

    I had been using this moisturizer for two years and had no issues. Since last month I noticed that I started getting eczema around my eyes. Just looked it up and realized other people are having the same issue. Wierd. Stopping use IMMEDIATELY and will never buy again.  
  2. Best moisturizer for brown skin

    I don't often post reviews about moisturizers but I will for this one. I am a dude with brown skin and heavy stubble on my face. Literally every other moisturizer and sunscreen combo I have tried, including those reccomended by a derm, has left a white cakey residue on my face to the point that other people have noticed. This is the only product to not do that for me. It also settles in really nicely and you can't even see there is anything on your face. I'm not sure about moistur
  3. Literally changed my skin.

    At 29 years old, working a full time corporate job, I was using clindoxyl to manage my skin, specifically for large pustules and cysts (1-3 a week) on my cheeks. For context, I've had pustular acne since I was 14. However, despite the acne medication, I was still getting embarrassingly large and painful bumps every week and was just getting fed up having to work from home some days to hide my terrible bumps. I went to my doctor, who told me to use Retin A to reduce the scarring.
  4. I use Clindoxyl, but the same review applies

    I started using Clindoxyl on August 24th. In that time, I have dealt with one cyst in the area where I applied on my cheeks, and also in an area near my nose that rarely ever breaks out; I have a feeling both pimples were related to the clindoxyl since I started applying directly in those areas. It seems the pimples I experienced were an initial "purge", as BP and most other acne medications make you break out before it gets better. Additional changes I've made:
  5. 3 weeks in....will update this post regularly.

    I started using Clindoxyl on August 24th, so it has currently been 3 weeks. In that time, I have dealt with one cyst in the area where I applied on my cheeks, and also in an area near my nose that rarely ever breaks out; I have a feeling both pimples were related to the clindoxyl since I started applying directly in those areas. It seems the pimples I experienced were an initial "purge", as BP and most other acne medications make you break out before it gets better.
  6. Used it for a month - it doesn't really do much.

    Unlike most people who leave reviews after 2 days, I decided to try drug store witch hazel for 3-4 weeks to see if it legitimately makes a difference. The answer is "kind of, but not really". When you use it, it feels really nice. You get used to the smell, and it does feel refreshing. Its also cheap. However: a) it contains alcohol, which, for acne prone skin, is even more drying/irritating; b) it doesnt actually reduce pimple size much. How do I know this? Because since I started using WH, I
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