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  1. Hey guys. I'm new here. Anyways, as most of you-- I basically tried EVERYTHING there is to offer in the market but nothing ever worked for me. Ever since I was 10 (which was when I first started having my periods and now I'm 19 nearly 20), I was already experiencing acne breakouts. My mom would send me to the best dermatologist every Saturday in my city 'til I was 13. Constant extraction from the doc. Constant shit on my face and it would never ever stop! So my dermatologist then suggested Ac
  2. I'm doing research like advised by many of you before using Dan's products and came across the acnefree reviews. I noticed that a lot of people had really great things to say about it. Personally, why do you or why do you not prefer dan's products over acnefree? Compare and contrast if you've been a user of both products. Thank you
  3. I have now been using the regimen for five weeks! Here is what's up: Before I started: I had twenty to forty active zits on my face. The majority of these zits were cystic, very painful and were resulting in scarring. After Week One: I noticed a little bit of improvement. The acne I had seemed to be clearing faster than normal, however, I was still breaking out. After Week Three: I got down to 10 active zits on my face, this is an all time low for me! Lowest in years! I did still have
  4. I have been fighting acne for over more than 10 years. Pretty much since my hormones went wild at my pr-teen years. As a youngster, my face always seemed pretty decent with only a few blemishes here and there. However, there always seemed to be at least one or two wondering around my face. It wasn't until my college years when I realize my ance issues were no longer a "teenager thing." I realized that my skin type was combination and acne prone. At the age of 22-26, my acne gave a whole turn to
  5. Hello you all, let me introduce myself and my experience to you. I am writing this so it may help some people like myself who have been battling with consistent breakouts and acne for so long we could remember! I will cut the story really short and sweet, because no one really likes a long winded post I guess? Not me definitely haha! Ok so, I got my first breakout at the age of 13, the age where teens fall in love, have fun and horrible school times. it was really bad for me as I got oily ski
  6. Hi, If anything I ask has been answered already, which I'm sure it has, would someone mind linking the previous post, so I don't waste your time in having you answer it again? I'm almost 30, and still pop pimples nearly everyday. My skin isn't awful and for the most part is under control, but I still don't have the greatest skin for a lot of people my age, especially when looked at real closely. Throughout the years I've tried prescribed topical stuff, and for the last six years I've
  7. Hey guys, I've been doing my research like advised by many of you. I clicked on acnefree reviews and saw that it had a lot of positive after stories. Do you guys like the regimen better than acne free? compare and contrast if you've used both systems please.
  8. Can the amount of free sugars in food cause acne? I seem to have figured out my problem. I thought I was allergic to fructose so I eliminated sugary foods to cure my acne. I eliminated table sugar and high fructose foods. I eliminated processed sugars, ready to buy items at the grocery stores and red meat. But my acne never went away. Since I thought I was allergic to fructose, I switched to dextrose for my coffee. But turns out, this was also a big mistake. Dextrose actually made my ac
  9. Hello Everyone! I am a newbie here so help me get the rules right please. I have recently started using a new routine for my face for about a week and a half or so. I use............ Zapzyt Cleanser(Salicylic Acid) Acnefree Toner (Witch Hazel, Glycolic Acid, etc.) Acnefree Repair Lotion (BP 3.7%) Olay Everyday Moisturizer (SPF 15) And I am happy to report it helps my face! A little bit... BUT. My face peels like CRAZY! Peeling everywhere, sometimes people notice, and my sk
  10. I am an 18-year-old female who has suffered from acne since the age of 10. I started out with blackheads on my nose and acne in my t-zone. At age 10, I started using Clearasil products to clear my face up, with moderate success. Throughout high school, I had moderate acne that I controlled with various products. I eventually settled on AcneFree as my favorite system to use. About three months after I started college, my acne became more severe, and the AcneFree Terminator 10 cream that I u
  11. So I use this system and only this system because it works wonders for my skin using morning and night. Clears up my acne like nothing. Though anytime I will splash my face with water or even get it wet, dead skin appears on my face like insane. I can rub my hand in a circular motion on my cheek and flakes will just come off. I don't want to go swimming or get wet anywhere just to dry my face to flakyness. ---------------------------- Please help me out on what I should do. -T0T____
  12. Hi everyone, A lot of the things I'll discuss have been talked about a lot as I'm not alone, but I wanted to start my own thread and see if anyone had any insight or solutions in relation to their own suffering of acne. I'm 31 and in the last year have gained a lot of knowledge about acne and trying to take better care of myself in order to stop it. I've fought acne ever since I was 15, and when I was in high school I would go to the dermatologist all the time and nothing he prescribed e
  13. Hey guys. I'm new here. Anyways, as most of you-- I basically tried EVERYTHING there is to offer in the market but nothing ever worked for me. Ever since I was 10 (which was when I first started having my periods and now I'm 19 nearly 20), I was already experiencing acne breakouts. My mom would send me to the best dermatologist every Saturday in my city 'til I was 13. Constant extraction from the doc. Constant shit on my face and it would never ever stop! So my dermatologist then suggested
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