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nikemaster16

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  1. ya dude best shit out there is this shit called Jergins. Go to like CVS and get the one that has your starting skin tone and then it will get tanner an results in like a week. ive been using it for months its awesome
  2. Ive been on accutane for 5 and a half months now i only have another 10 pills before im completely done. My skin is completely clear except for a few red marks that will fade in time. For the past couple months my face seems to get so incredibly red after i workout or do any strenuous activity or even if i just bend over to pick something up. If i stay in a very air conditioned area and dont move a lot my face looks completely normal. Will this go away after accutane?
  3. Ya Neutrogena Ultrasheer Dry-Touch Sunblock (SPF 55) is the best because its not greasy and it is definitely unnoticeable when you are wearing it.
  4. Hey im on my 3rd month of accutane and as the pimples go away only very smooth red marks are left. will these fade within the next couple months or will it take years to go away ive been hearing some horror stories? anyone with the same redmarks that cleared up quickly because i have like 50 red marks all over my face.
  5. Hey im on Accutane and i just finished my 2nd month and im 6 days into my third month. Pretty much all my existing pimples are gone and I have these red marks all over my cheeks, neck and forehead. They are not scars because they are not indented into the skin but like they still look like a normal pimple on my face. They are extremely smooth and it feels like nothing is there but it still looks like I have severe acne. Does anyone know when this is going to go away or if I should try something
  6. well i was about to go on accutane and i was signed up and ready to go get my blood drawn and I backed out because of all the weird side effects and i heard that it gets a lot worse before it gets better
  7. I went to my doctor and they suggested this. Before you have a treament the dermotology office puts an ALA cream on your face and then you have the treatment. After the treatment you are not allowed outside for 48 hours because of the sun. You cannot be near a window and you must wait this 48 hour period. Honestly I think that if you dont want to take accutane your best bet is an antibiotic (doxycycline), a benzoyl peroxide, and tazorac cream. Then in combination with this use the regular blue l
  8. I never really had severe acne but since I went to college it started bad. I have red marks on both of my cheeks that are kind of smooth. Are they scars? My dermotologist just told me that it is the process of acne clearing up. Also im about to start BlueLight (ClearLight) treatments. Anyone have success or failures?
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