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  1. The rest of my face is pretty clear except for my left cheek which has dark scar spots from the acne. (Btw does anyone know if this is a specific type of scarring? Hyperpigmentation??) Any natural methods for tackling this..? (I heard olive oil at night is good... Also apple cider vinegar? Raw Aloe Vera leaf?) For my bacne I've started using Nautrogena Body clear body wash... What can I use with it? Is iodized sea salt water okay to use? I don't have non-iodized.. :c also benzoyl peroxide on
  2. Update:I went to my pediatrition who told me to stop using the solution and that I should book a follow up appointment. I don't think I want to return to the dermatologist because personally, I thought that doctor was really rude and unhelpful.. I'm going to see him and ask if he could refer me to a different dermatologist? Hopefully I find a good doctor..anyways ive stopped using the toning solution and am following my daily routine except I don't use the toner and I don't use benzaclin on my l
  3. Thanks for the advice, I'm thinking of going to my paediatrician to ask if I should stop using the medication/and about natural remedies.. (Olive oil, apple cider vinegar, aloe vera..) but in the meantime, do you have any advice on how I should sooth my left cheek? Should I just use the benzaclin and my moisturizer? Or can I use aloe Vera as the moisturizer? (I have the plant) It really is such a shame that the medication is going to waste.. (Gross, but I've noticed that the dry patch thing fee
  4. I went to the dermatologist for the first time and she recommended me to use this.. I told her that I'm also on Benzaclin and she said to use it every other morning with Benzaclin for two weeks, then make the appliance of the NEOSTR SOL regular. The problem is that when I apply this, (I've been using this for a week) to my face, especially my left cheek, the medications buns and stings my skin like crazy. Then my left cheek is especially red and before it wasn't like this with only Benzaclin..