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  1. I started using MDForte Cleanser w/ glycolic acid a few months ago. It cleared up my cystic acne on my chin in about 2 weeks. I've been meaning to come back and post, but other things have taken over my life. I do hope this product will help others. I give it 5 stars. It's only about 20 bucks online and you can probably find a coupon code as well. I use Cetaphil as a moisturizer on I wash with this cleanser morning and night. I haven't had any outbreaks since I started using it, not even during
  2. I'm using St Ives 2% blemish wash and Neutrogena BP (3.5-7%) wash and after 3 days I can see a dramatic reduction. I'm using it morning and night, the first 15 minutes or so after use, my skin turns red, but after it tones down to normal. I have noticed no new stuff forming and the old stuff drying up. I like this regimen. I just think you have to experiment based on your acne type and sking type. I would definetly rinse one off before adding the other I got a bad chemical burn by acidentally co
  3. I've used cetaphil lotion before----it just didn't seem thick enough, I had to reapply constatly, I guess I will give the cream a try. I also like the sound of the aloe/olive oil-----where whould I get the aloe vera gel---in the firstaid section?---is there a brand I should look for---is it pure aloe? I've turned into a naturalist after coming to this site:)
  4. I'm in search of a moistureiser for super dry skin that won't break me out, recommend yours if you have dry skin/combo. Thanks!
  5. The only place I have persistent acne problems is my chin---all the time-- I get 3-4 under the skin pimples, usually around that time of the month--and when the clear up I'm left with red spots----I still look I'm broken out. Now of after so many years (I'm 28) I have a ton of red spots/scarring on my chin from this. Does any one else experience this? What will help prevent it and how do you treat the scarring. I have very fine skin---so the redness stands out like crazy. I've had it.