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  1. Tea Tree Oil, in my opinion, should only be used as a spot treatment. I have found it to be very effective in killing and preventing acne. I have very oily skin and this product can still dry me out. I wouldn't use it during the day time. Use it on the affected areas at night right after you wash your face and moisturize.
  2. Wow congrats on finding something that works for you hun, you look great. This is something Id for sure like to look into. But where would I buy this product, how much does it cost?
  3. They most certainly did leave scars. That's why I'm now looking for a good serum to make them fade out. It looks that smooth because I have concealer and a light foundation on.
  4. OK, so since my image is taking forever to be approved, here's a link to see the picture: http://www.2and2.net/files/475c3190187da.jpg
  5. OK, I see you and I both have a similar problem. Mine is now under control, and I'll tell you what worked: Dr. Brandt's Poreless Gel. It's a watery gel that you smooth on all over the face both in the morning and at night. But I find it to be most effective at night when you are resting. In my experience, I started to see results about 3 days later. The bottle costs about $55. But it is the best $55 you'll ever spend. Here's a link to my before and after: http://www.2and2.net/files/47
  6. I find that it looks so much better when I'm in my bathroom. Once I step outside in broad daylight or inside stores, my scars and any acne I may have seem to darken and loses radiance. I guess it's all about lighting.
  7. OK, it's gonna take a bit of courage to post my "before" picture, but I've got nothing to lose because I have a success story. I feel like it'd be pretty selfish of me not to tell people what worked out. I've been suffering with severe cystic acne for more than 8 months now. I think it was a mixture between extreme stress, poor dieting and using birth control pills for the very first time. My hormones went crazy and so did my face. Here are a few products I tried without any success: Murad
  8. I've been seeing someone for about a year and a half now. My acne really started to flare up to the point of being cystic this year. I became so unconfident around this person and often hid my face behind my hair and 10 pounds of makeup, which I'm sure wasn't enough and he still noticed. He was never rude to me about it, however. Acne definitely affects relationships. I didn't want to go outside with him or even by myself. I had an old lady make a comment to me about my face on a bus once