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  1. Hello everyone. I'm currently 19 years old and have had almost flawless skin till i was 17. I have always had dry skin and scalp with dandruff. Around two years ago tiny bumps started appearing on my forehead out of nowhere and i first ignored them but ever since then their number constantly keeps increasing. And now i have extremely rough, bumpy and weird looking skin on my whole face especially on my forehead. I just don't know what this is, some people say its skin congestion, some say i
  2. Does anyone have the same problem as me?URG! Now it has gotten better in terms of post acne red marks and clog pores. But now my pores are enlarged. Especially when the light shines on my skin, it's so disgusting! Why is my skin so overly wrinkled as well? There are so many fine lines, and putting make up over makes it look even more disgusting. It's like elephant skin? Or orange peel skin. Is there any treatment to treat enlarged pores? Skin profile: Asian- hot humid weather oily skin IM
  3. Hi! I'm new here and I've never done anything like this before. Generally I'm the one googling questions about my acne and ending up on sites like this one and reading a bunch of comment and tips... never making an account and writing about my own acne. But I recently have found a personal "cure" to my own clogged pores! And I hope maybe one person will see this and maybe it will help them. I've had clogged pores for about 6 years now but have only been extremely concerned with them until recent
  4. I am a 29 year old female and I struggle with acne like bumps on my cheeks from time to time. They are imbedded into the skin & make it look like I have a bumpy textured face. Does anybody know what these could be and how to get rid of them? I’ve been to so many dermatologists & nobody can help me. I’m always told to take acutain .. which .. I don’t feel my situation is severe enough?!?
  5. Hi everyone. I'm struggling here, I have little small bumps on my face, they are super annoying and somewhat itch every once in a while. I've tried witch hazel, acne treatments, exfoliating, face masks, aveeno clear complexion cleanser and certainly using garnier blackhead charcoal scrub. It is seeming to help the most out of everything. It's made them smaller they're noticeable in the sunlight now. I used to have clear skin until I got off my birth control and I got dermal piercings in my cheek
  6. Hey guys, I'm wondering if any of you have any advice or product recommendations for bumpy skin ? I hate the look of makeup in my skin because of the bumpy texture but I work for a cosmetic line and I have to wear foundation so I don't scare customers away with my scars.
  7. Hi everyone. I'm 19 years old female and I've had really problematic skin for about 2 or 3 years. I feel like I should mention that I started wearing make up when I was around 15 years old, and I feel like its been a massive contributor to this problem. It was extremelly stupid of me since i didn't have anything to hide, but now I can't leave my room without make up. I'm extremely insecure about my face. Right now, i mainly cleared my skin with insta natural skin clearing serum. I got very luck
  8. If these are dumb questions or I am just totally oblivious to obvious signs of acne then just let me know but im soo confused and absolutely tired of acne and blochy skin? so here are my questions? pls help with answers or links to how i can see the answers myself: How come i use the same products on my face and neck but my face is red and disgusting and gets acne but my neck looks so clear, smooth, and nice, like theres an obvious difference from the color of my face to my neck. Where
  9. PLEASE READ, I would really appreciate any advice.. I've always had generally clear skin mind a few stubborn little skin colored bumps that would sometimes swell and become pimples but nothing super noticeable. In november - january, however, my skin was completely (and I mean COMPLETELY) clear and soft and supple - I had not changed my skincare or diet. I was starting to feel good about not having makeup on....and then in march the bumps began to come back. Around that same time, I develop
  10. The photos are taken with a bad quality camera so it doesn't show up too well, but as well as acne* I have this persistent blotchiness and uneven skin. even when my skin is clear-ish my forehead, nose, and chin especially (where I get the most spots) I have this persistent redness and blotchy complexion. I'm very self-conscious without make-up when I feel like even people with worse acne don't have the same awful skin tone? I am naturally very pale which probably doesn't help. I've considere
  11. Hello everyone. It's been a while since I've sought advice here but I really want to know people's opinions and whether anyone experiences the same thing as me. I am 25, suffered with mild/moderate acne since 13/14. It was definitely puberty. It was in the t-zone and just typical of teenage skin. At the age of 17 i used Zineryt which completely cleared me up. Acne came back worse after about 10 months and I've not been free from it since. Up until earlier this year I used 5% BP (acnecide)
  12. Hello everyone. It's been a while since I've sought advice here but I really want to know people's opinions and whether anyone experiences the same thing as me. I am 25, suffered with mild/moderate acne since 13/14. It was definitely puberty. It was in the t-zone and just typical of teenage skin. At the age of 17 i used Zineryt which completely cleared me up. Acne came back worse after about 10 months and I've not been free from it since. Up until earlier this year I used 5% BP (acnecide)
  13. Hi all am new here. Have battled 100's of these pesky bumps all over my face since I've been a teen am now 32 year old female. Have tried accutane, lasers, every script under the sun and most worked well but now I'm covered with melasma all over my face. I'm currently using finacea gel 15% (azelaic acid) but I don't have Rosacea or inflammatory acne. Thus it's not working much for the bumps but seems to be helping the melasma. Any idea if I can mix finacea in the morning and salicylic
  14. Hi! im a 19 year old female who's been dealing with severe acne since the age of 11 or 12. I've tried absolutely everything to get rid of it or at least lessen the severity of it- Dermatologist visits, diet change, exercise and lifestyle changes in general, topical and oral medications prescribed by dermatologist, OTC ointments and cleansers and masks and scrubs and exfoliants and on the spot treatments , I drink a ton of water every day, change my bed sheets and pillow cases almost daily, and a
  15. Hi, I really need some insight about Retin-A (Micro .04%) as I’m just beginning my treatment. For some background information: I never had acne. I went for a chemical peel for minor discoloration and it completely changed my skin texture. My skin is very bumpy and the texture is so bad. It has now been six months since the peel, and my skin texture is still not restored. I have tried to baby my skin but it is not working. I also tried Differin (.03%) for three months but it just pee
  16. So I got on Differin because of my clogged pores, and three months into the treatment, my skin was 100% clear. No clogs, no pimples, no bumps. All I had left was the scarring caused during the initial purging process from the Differin. To speed up the scar reduction process, I decided to get a ViPeel. I had never gotten a peel before, and my peel options were limited because I have tan/brown skin (indian decent) so the Vi peel seemed like a good option. A week after the procedure, when the