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  1. Wondering if anyone in your family is using a PRESCRIPTION topical ACNE drug product (list below of some brands but you might have a generic version which is fine too). If so I'm trying to find out the "shelf life" of various products so as to determine which is best for me. If you still have original outer packaging that the tube/pump came in, it should have an expiration date on it. Please respond and note: 1) the brand/generic name 2) product form (gel, cream, foam, whatever) 3) the m
  2. Hi there, I'm a 26 year old female with constant breakouts. I don't by any means have severe acne, i would say it is mild. But i have constant clogged pores, and blackheads and breakouts that make me extremely self conscious at my age. I have been using retin-A for about 2 years at night along with aczone. Dont really think it did much for me to be honest. I've also tried creams like Tazorac and Finacea gel. I use tretonin a few times a week at night and aczone in the mornings. I went to the d
  3. From the album: My Acne Journey

    The pimples are larger on my forehead and I will admit I have been picking at them but I try not to. Bad habit but I will stop it.
  4. kelsinator16


    From the album: My Acne Journey

    I use the handsoap to wash my hands before washing my face. Then I use about a pump and a half of cetaphil. I let it "soak in" my skin for 15-30 seconds before I wash it off.
  5. From the album: My Acne Journey

    This is the Tazorac I use along with a pill called acticlate at night.
  6. From the album: My Acne Journey

    My nose looks good and under my eyes is mostly clear. Feeling good about the treatment
  7. I have been taking minocycline for my acne for about six months. I recently stopped taking it because I don't see the same dermatologist anymore. My face is clear and is doing well and I have been off the medication for about two weeks now. I recently went to a dermatologist where I live now because I was scared my acne would flare back up again and still am scared. He prescribed me with articulate and I just picked up the prescription. My question is should I start taking this new medicine so m
  8. From the album: My Acne Journey

    This side is worse than my right side it looks pretty bad but there's more scars than pimples
  9. From the album: My Acne Journey

    Cheeks have improved slightly but lots of scars
  10. kelsinator16


    From the album: My Acne Journey

    This is about how much Tazorac I use in the evening after I wash my face
  11. Hi Acne.org Community! I'm new to the website and forum, but I'm seeking some advice here. I know most of you are experienced with the condition or have had some tremendous success working around it; hopefully you can help. Here's my story: I am 16 years old, I have type 1 diabetes, and I also have moderate acne. I get most of my acne on my cheeks, jawline, and body. My body acne, which actually was nonexistent until a few months ago, is crazy on my chest and shoulders (back area too). And
  12. Hello Everyone, I would like to take the time to post here and document my journey for me and others to read. I am 27 years old, and I never had any trouble on my skin up until 1 1/2 ago. It has been 1 year on different topical medications with no success. It seems to me that my acne might have started due to stress or hormones or New Mirena IUD change (6 year total time on it) or protein supplements. I am not sure what caused it or keeps causing it. Some background, I am Hispanic and my