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  1. Hi everyone: I´ve had hundreds of clogged pores throughout my whole face for the last year or so. My doctor told me to use azelaic acid (20%) to get rid of this problem. I have used it for the last three weeks and have not seen a real change. Has anyone here had a good experience with this acid on clogged pores? Does it really help to get rid of these bumps or does it just prevent them? Thank you very much.
  2. From the album: Azelaic Acid success

    My skin on the acne.org regimen. 85% clear but consistently red skin that ended abruptly at my neck.
  3. Hi everyone: I just wanted to know if someone has experience treating clogged pores and comedonal acne with azelaic acid. My derm prescribed me azelaic acid in the night and then Cetaphil cream to avoid the side effects. Any information is really appreciated!
  4. From the album: Azelaic Acid success

    August 2017. Perioral dermatitis. My skin felt like it was on fire. I knew this was something more than "just" acne.
  5. From the album: Azelaic Acid success

    November 12th, 2017. The day after beginning Azelaic Acid.
  6. I have mild acne. Every pimple leaves a red PIH spots that stays for months and it kills me. Does anyone have experience with PIH treatment ? Hydroquinone? Azelaic acid I’ve read that it’s better for dark skin and I’m as white as the snow. Please share your experience.. thanks!(p.s I’m currently starting a minocycline course for 6 weeks)
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