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  1. Hi, currently I am just using Retin-A 0.05% as well as Clindamycin which keeps my skin pretty clear and nice, yet it feels like a battle? Lately, I have restarted using the Retin-A after pausing for a bit, and not getting enough sleep so it seemed to give me a wrinkle-like line on my cheek (smile line area). Is this normal for initially restarting Retin-A, since I know it is supposed to help with wrinkles? I mean, I am only 20. In about a month, I will start the birth control Yasmin, which I
  2. Hi Everybody, I'm new to posting here and would just like to share my journey with others and hopefully hear from some other people! I am a 16 year old guy who has been struggling with moderate acne for about 2 years ago. Around 6 months ago my acne started to become severe and cystic. It has since improved slightly but is still pretty terrible. My acne is worst on my chin/mouth and nose but I have a few spots on my forehead and cheeks occasionally. My face is usually the worst during w
  3. Hey guys! I'd like to know if Retin A is stronger and more effective than other products which contain the same active ingredient, tretinoin. Well, i've been using this tretinoin cream called Acretin for around 3 months now and my pimples and redness have reduced significantly. Two days ago, i switched to Retin A as I had this psychological tendency to think that Acretin isn't as effective as Retin A. By the way, both products are 0.05%. The two creams smell and look the same but I guess I
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