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  1. Okay, I'm going to try to explain everything in the easiest way I can. A month ago, I started using Neutrogena Makeup Removing Wipes. Two days later, the left side of my face was red, flaky, and sensitive. A few closed comedones appeared, but Reddit suggested I use CeraVe Moisturizer in the tub, and I did. It helped fix the problem and all was good. Two weeks later, I notice that there were closed comedones on my face. I immediately did research and found that CeraVe could cause closed c
  2. Hey! I wanted to know if anyone on here with closed comedones has had any success on the Acne.org regimen (mainly, with the benzoyl peroxide), as i'm considering getting it, but i'm not sure if that would help at all with closed comedones. I have a lot of closed comedones on my cheeks mainly and near my chin. I have pores on my cheeks too, and a few blackheads here and there on my chin and cheeks (majority of the blackheads i have are on my nose) -- do you think the benzoyl peroxide would help
  3. I'm 16/17 (girl) and have had small white pimples under my skin all over my forehead and chin for years. I ocasionally get odd cystic acne but I'm more worried about all the small bumps because they completely ruin my skin texture and apperance. I wash my face twice a day with clean and clear dermatologica cleanser, use with hazel rose water toner, kiehls ultra face moisturise and exfoliate and use mud masks once a week. I also have regular teen facials, but none of this help, what I have been t
  4. One day I woke up with these small forehead bumps all over my forehead, my temples and all the way up until my hairline. I have no idea what to do. I have tried almost everything in the past two months. Anti-dandruff shampoo (severely dried out my skin and didn't improve the bumps), cetaphil gentle skin cleanser paired with a lightweight oil-free moisturizer, the Kiehl's line (midnight recovery, Calendula toner, etc) manual and chemical exfoliating products (ie peter thomas roth glycolic acid pa
  5. Hi all, Relatively new here... I've been struggling with adult acne for about 3+ months now. It all started when I put some rosehip seed oil on my face. (I hate that thing) Now I have literally hundreds of closed comedones all over my forehead, cheeks and nose. At 26, it's not a pretty site. I look like I'm in middle school again. *sigh* Well, I haven't found a forum yet about a progress on closed comedones so I figured I start one. I was prescribed Ziana about 2 weeks ag
  6. Hey everyone! My biggest skin struggle lately has been what I'm self-diagnosing as closed comedonal acne. Strangely enough, I seem to wake up with non-comedonal skin. By the end of the day (whether makeup or oil), it's like my skin has flared up, and the clogged pores are SO visible in the light. Does that happen to anyone else?! Honestly, I've done some damage to my skin in the past few months by thinking I could squeeze these suckers out of existence. I realize that it does more harm than go
  7. My cheeks are clear! Entirely! So happy about that, as it was my main problem area with lots of inflamed acne. Although they are very dry I do not care as they are finally clear. My chin has been breaking out, the closed comedones present there when I first started applying isotrex may have finally come to the surface? My life long spotty forehead however is still ugly and covered in closed comedones. It's dry and slightly itchy, with no real reduction in the size of the bumps. Apparently c
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