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  1. Ahhhh MUCH thanks to everyone for their responses! I was jus curious. I don't want to have to change from Differin if it's going to consistently work for me over the years.
  2. Ok, I have been using Differin for about 2 weeks now with success and am very happy with it. However, will the continued use of Differin begin to lose it's effect over time? Will I eventually have to move up to something stronger like maybe Retin A Micro or Retin A? I've heard of people who start off with a low more sensitve dose of Retin A and/or Retin A Micro and have to move up to a higher dose over time..... Inquiring minds want to know!
  3. I've been on Differin for almost 2 weeks and I do have to say that I'm VERY pleased with the current results. I know it may be too early to really tell, but I am happy. I never really had bad acne issues---my problems are basically small flesh colored acne bumps and blackheads. I had a baby 7 months ago and started to experience these issues and went to the derm for some help here! He gave me Differin Gel, Clindagel and told me to use cetaphil for washing and moisturizing. My routine is as
  4. Yep, this stuff worked for me too---REALLY WELL!!! Then I had a baby 6 months ago and well---hormones are acting way different and now I have flesh colored bumps all the time. Nothing crazy or unsightly, but more of an annoyance. I like SKinceuticals and Cellex-C Vitamin C Serums. :)
  5. Ok, so I've always had very mild acne all my life, but I had a baby 6 months ago and whoa---total hormonal changes and my acne has become more frequent---sill pretty mild at times but still way too frequent. I went from the occassional zit to lots of small whiteheads/blackheads/bumps on my face. They hardly ever turn red, but my face feels as if I have small bumps especially on my temples, some on forehead and chin. Needless to say, I freaked out and made an appointment to see the derm. So