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  1. From the album: My Mini Acne Journey

    I've dealed with acne since I was 12 or 13 years old. I am now almost 21. Had a bad case my sophomore year and then it calmed down. After it became a steady battle with mild to moderate acne. My skin also scars extremely easy, so that was challenging. But by the end of 2013 and very beginning of this year, my skin was great! I had very little scarring and I rarely broke out. I felt like I was finally growing out of my acne phase and that it wouldn't strike me again. Man was I wrong. This
  2. I've been on the regimen for almost 3 months, results have been fairly good. I can definately say the regimen works, if you stick with it and STAY persistent. I'm pretty much clear, just a couple of pimples. I've now got these hyperpigmentation marks where my acne was previously, it's kinda bugging me. You get clear skin and now there's more to deal with. I've bought this Ambi fade cream for normal skin, which i've heard alot of positive reviews about. What are your opinions on this produc
  3. im considering using ambi fade cream (oily skin) after my skin has healed from the tca peel. I have a few concerns: Is ambi fade cream for guys too? ambi fade cream is targeted for women skin type. and how soon can i start using hydroquinone on my face Also would hydroquinone work more effectively since i wont have much dead skin on my face and have new fresh skin. And should i be concerned about anything when using hydroquinone after a tca peel. This is to get rid of my acne marks
  4. Hey guys so I have been on the regimen for 2-3 months now and I have seen some changes with my acne. So I'm black (more brown but you know what I mean) and now that my acne is clearing, the discoloration is staying behind. It's like clusters of dark spots on my forehead that run down the sides. My cheeks also suffer from this that it almost looks burnt in a way. Anyways, I've heard of Ambi and I've heard of the AHA. I want to try the Ambi but I don't know if it's safe to use with the regimen. Co
  5. I I'm 31 and have had acne problems since I was 16. I ordered the regimen today and will post pics soon. I tried everything you can think of over the years. I drink plenty of water and barely eat any red meats. The most fried food I eat are french fries. I've done proactive, basically all of the neutrogena products, collagen powder, pantothenic acid, aloe vera leaf, AKN skin care, Ambi products, birth control and the list goes on and on. I will say that I do have some hormonal issues so maybe t
  6. I've been dealing with constant breakouts on both my cheeks area for a year now. It started in 7th grade and now I'm in 8th grade. Majority of the pimples are red and underneath the surface, and then after 3 days it turns into a whitehead. I tend to pop my pimples, but not with my fingers, I use a small needle and clean it with alcohol. It always leaves dark spots, even if I don't pop it. So now I have noticeable dark spots all on my cheeks areas. The products I'm using now are Ambi Foaming Clea