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  1. Acne is a major problem during the teenage years when our hormones are on the loose. However, after passing through puberty, some people never have this problem again, while others suffer a lot due to their acne-prone skin. The first step is to determine whether your skin is prone to various blemishes and what is their major cause. This will give you insight into what remedies are best for your skin. Nevertheless, you should adopt a healthy skin care regimen and you will be acne-free. Skip
  2. Honey is incredible for your skin thanks to its antibacterial properties and hefty serving of skin-saving antioxidants. Whether you're looking for an inexpensive DIY solution or a powerful skin treatment, raw honey can help you regain your glow. Also honey is superb for healing burns and small cuts. It's also a humectant, which means it helps keep your skin moisturized. Because of all of these amazing qualities, honey is thought to treat acne as well. What benefits can honey have on your
  3. hello! (although i mean to start it primarily for those in India but in today's age boundaries aint really an issue ; considering online shopping and other modern facilities. so,do not hesitate adding ur suggestions or posting questions/concerns or seeking additional tips on sunscreen) according to me, an ideal sunscreen (for acne prone skin or otherwise) should be one - with spf 30 or morewith both chemical and physical barriers(for complete protection from UVA & UVB) with zin
  4. Find the best razor suited for acne prone skin. It might be useful in your search for the perfectly suited product to visit bestrazorformen.net. You will find useful information about shaving, grooming, and in-depth reviews of the best razors.
  5. Hi, I'm 18 years old, I've suffer from acne since i was 15, it just has gotten worst since then, i've gone to the dermatologist several times but its too expensive for me to be able to afford it more than 2 months straight. My parents blame me for my acne saying that i'm causing it because i have a bad diet, which is not true. My dad suffered from acne prone skin when he was a teen, the dermatologist said its hereditary, all my older brothers had acne too. But im tired of it, of not being able t
  6. Boscia Nightly Hydration, Boscia Daily Hydration Neostrata Oil Free Moisture Infusion lotion Cetaphil dermacontrol spf 30?! Has anyone used any of these, if so what were your experiences? Trying to narrow down the best moisturizer!
  7. This is a silly question, I know there are different ways to apply foundation and I was wondering what method is best for acne prone skin? Or does it matter? I know that you can apply your foundation with your hands, a makeup brush, or a cosmetic sponge.Is one of them less irritating for your skin? which is cleanest? Or it doesn't matter so long as you clean your tool right?
  8. I want to apologize for the lengthy post in advantage, but after a lot of time and effort searching through different sites and forums, I have decided to turn to this site for help. I struggle with subclinical acne and have been searching religiously for a moisturizer suitable for my skin without any luck. Anyone who struggles with this form of acne can understand how frustrating this can be! For anyone who is not familiar with this form of acne, it is basically a cluster of small, colourless
  9. Hello, I have acne and acne scars, and I am looking for a good foundation that will not only cover them up flawlessly, but also not make the problem worse. I believe I have combination skin because in some spots it seems like my makeup just runs right off, but in others it can appear ruddy and dry. Also, I am on a dermatologist skincare routine for my acne and scars so that alone will soon probably dry me out. I am willing to pay, at the most, probably $25 dollars a foundation because I'm st
  10. Hey there! My name is Cristine (I go by cna7 here on acne.org)... I am 25 years old (going on 26 next month) and I have been suffering with cystic acne for 12 years. I have moderate, persistent acne that is no longer responding to antibiotics, birth control, spironolactone, OTC products, and all natural remedies. My go-to pharmaceutical concoction was ortho-tri-cyclen birth control and 150mg of spirnolactone for last 3 years; which kept me 90% clear. I went off both back in October 2015 in hopes
  11. I really need a finishing/setting powder to place over my foundation. My skin gets really oily especially at work and so I need a long lasting matte, non clogging translucent powder. Any help would be much appreciated thanks
  12. Does anyone know of any indoor tanning lotions that are made for acne prone skin? (An indoor tanning lotion that is noncomedogenic.)
  13. Can eye make up cause acne or be bad for people with acne prone skin? mascara, eyeliner, eyeshadow.)
  14. My pores are keep getting clogged and when i dont keep up with my low GI diet, bumps like this come up. But last time i popped up these 2-3-4-5 zits, it came out only water, without any "white in it" and i got these scars that don't want to face, whenever i put something on, pores get clogged and causes new pimples
  15. Ok so I've been on tazorac %.1 percent for about a year and my skin is well adjusted to it. Every other night I use Tazorac, and the nights I don't use it I use benzoyl peroxide. I always moisturizer afterwards too. In the morning I just wash my face and apply sunscreen. My skin is generally clear except for the odd pimple here and there if I eat bad. But I really want to incorporate Apple cider vinegar in my skin care routine but I'm not sure how! I know I could use it in the morning without pr