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CalamityCase

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  1. CalamityCase

    Works, give it time

    Works, give it time

    Finally a product that is working for my acne. After exhaustsing my dermatologists arsenal of topical medications, they gave this Finacea one last shot before putting me on Accutane. At first I wasn't pleased and didn't see much change, but kept using as prescribed (at night first for the first month, then morning and night since) and now at month 3, I have ZERO pimples. This is the first time my face has been clear in years. This cream has been a godsend. 
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    Gentle Cleanser

    Gentle Cleanser

    Great product. After having a bad reaction to all the rest of the Acne.org products (see my gallery) this is the only product I continue to use. I have very sensitive skin and this is gentle enough for me.
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    Acne.org Experience - Caution!

    I used Acne.org AHA 10% for approximately 6 months and out of the blue I got a rash under both my eyes and the corner of my lip. I spent 3 months going to specialty dermatologist appointments (including getting a skin biopsy under my eye and multiple antibiotic rounds and prescription skin creams) to figure out the cause. The dermatologist determined I had some sort of contact or allergic dermatitis and I stopped using all my face products. Upon using this product after my face completely cleare
  4. Buyer Beware -- Can Cause Perioral Dermatitis

    I would strongly caution anyone from using this product. I used Acne.org AHA 10% for 6 months (in conjunction with their acne regimen) and out of the blue I got a red and flaky rash under both my eyes and the corner of my lip. I spent 3 months going to specialty dermatologist appointments (including getting a skin biopsy under my eye and multiple antibiotic rounds and prescription skin creams) to figure out the cause. The dermatologist determined I had some sort of contact or allergi
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