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  1. When you say it will heal it completely do you mean they will just go down and disappear, or do they have to come to a head in order to heal. I'm very confused because mine never come to a head, and seem like they get smaller over time, but will they ever disappear if they remain under the skin, or does the stuff inside it need to eventually come out in order for the bump to go away and heal completely. Thanks so much for replying, I really appreciate your help & advice. I had about f
  2. It is a nodule. Use Tea trea cleanser and a Vitamin E cream ( I used the Derma- E line which can be found on the drugstore site) and It should reduce the size considerably if not heal it completely.
  3. I would like to find a solution for this also. I have several tiny ones.
  4. 14 years ago, when I was 10. My acne has always been mild but in grade school I picked at my skin a lot so it looked worse than it was supposed to be.
  5. I use alba sea kelp toner. I find that toners that contain alcohol dries out my skin.
  6. I'm 24 and still have acne. Not to be rude, but you made a topic already with pics of your skin and everyone complimented you on what beautiful skin you have. That alone should speak volumes. We are our toughest critics. Instead of worrying about your skin maybe you should look into ways in increasing your self esteem because what ever you have isn't even considered as light. SERIOUSLY!
  7. Hi, I used proactive for 2 years. The results were just ok. I stopped seeing results after a while. What I can tell you is that the mask broke me out. I stopped using proactiv after two years and one day said to myself I still have a half full bottle left let me just finish it. WORSE MISTAKE EVER. It broke me out so bad. I got cystic acne all over my jaw. Before this, I had never gotten cystic acne. I guess my body no longer recognized the proactive and was rejecting it or something. That when
  8. lol. IDK what to say.... My skin hasn't been as clear as yours since I was 10 and my acne is considered mild
  9. I use a toner on my skin sometimes, but is it really necessary? What differences do you see after using a toner. Does it play an important role in fighting acne?
  10. Going on accutane is not the only solution. It may take a while but I think you should keep trying to find over the counter products that might work for you. Have you tried a tea tree wash? I would also recommend using Derma e tea tree and vitamin E creme and calamine lotion. Give these products time to work and you will see a difference. I have acne, and these did wonders for my skin but I have become resistant to them so I have to switch up my routine every now and then. Years ago I thought
  11. I think you should give the doxy more time to work. Most people see improvement after about 2 months.
  12. Sounds good, will try. After how long did you begin to see improvement?
  13. Lol well even just rinsing with water every day works (for most). As long as I'm using ingredients/products on my face, it seems to make healing slower. I'm not sure about using just water. But I do think that using just water helps dry things out a bit. I usually wash my face twice a day but I have noticed that the times when I get lazy and just wash it in the morning, the next day my pimples get smaller faster. I always thought I was just nuts but I guess it is because the cleanser or even r