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  1. Hi guys, After reading some comments about the Aknicare drying out your skin I thought I would respond. This product really dried my skin out too. As my acne was so severe I initially just started to use the toner to try and alleviate my breakout and quickly. This really did dry my skin out far too much. So much so, I called the SkinMed helpline to complain (something I would never normally do). The girl on the phone was so helpful and emphatic to my skin concerns. She explained ever
  2. Hi guys, After reading some comments about the Aknicare drying out your skin I thought I would respond. This product really dried my skin out too. As my acne was so severe I initially just started to use the toner to try and alleviate my breakout and quickly. This really did dry my skin out far too much. So much so, I called the SkinMed helpline to complain (something I would never normally do). The girl on the phone was so helpful and emphatic to my skin concerns. She explained ever
  3. hiya! new here, but I can't find any of my specific questions answered here, so here goes. I have very mild acne, lots of whiteheads and pustules, the occasional cyst, it doesn't ruin my appearance to other people, but makes me feel like absolute crud, so I've been obsessing over it for the last year. when I was 15, I used roaccutane for a year, and that cleared the teenage cysts up, but over the last 10 months, they've come back, and I can't stop picking them. I used aknicare for a while, bu
  4. At SkinMed we believe that hormonal sensitivity causes the loss of essential fatty acids from the skin and it has been shown that the oil (sebum) of acne sufferers can lose up to 90% of its linoleic acid content. Such a change causes a rapid increase in the rate the skin loses water (trans epidermal water loss - TEWL). This can be damaging to skin cells; the skin responds by increasing oil production and also increasing the rate at which it produces new epidermal cells and also increases the dep
  5. Hello, everyone. I'm 20 year old male an I developed severe acne half a year ago and by the time I started treating it I was already covered on my body and face. After treating myself for half a year most of it is gone, only the chest remains, however the situation there is also improving slowly but surely. Here is what I do: 1. Wash with IMEX soap that regulates sebum in skin and cleanses pores 2. Apply zineryt and wait for 15 minutes 3. Apply skinoren on hyperpigmented areas and wait anoth
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