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  1. So i have finally started month 4 of dianette. it puts me at month 4 day 5 ! i was happier with my skin it beginning to calm down and give me smoother skin. i can see the flaws beginning to calm down. my problem began when i was prescribed Dalacin T Lotion - or Clendamycin lotion whichever it's called. now i did read that it could make skin slightly red as skin adjusts but how long is that supposed to last? i got mini spots that hurt where i never had any before and it is slightly off p
  2. From the album: Week 1 Dalacin T (erythromycin)

    This is me after using Differin/adapalen in combination with lymecylin for 6/7 weeks. Tonight I'll swap differin for Dalacin T
  3. Hi everyone, I came across the site yesterday and after reading a large number of posts, decided to become part of the community too. Background Acne started around 13-14, it was never - and still isn't - terrible acne, and never as red and scaring as what I've seen on other (even more unfortunate) people. But it was still all over my forehead, my cheeks and my back. From then and up to age 17 I tried a large number of products, from over the counter clearasil, to prescribed topical
  4. Hey guys i have been using Dalacin T in the morning, and Retin-A Micro at night for the last year or so. I have broken out randomly and the acne has never gone away. Right now i broke out badly out of nowhere on my forhead and its getting annoying. I have a really strict diet, and do not scrub. I have done plenty of research to help eliminate all sorts of things that may cause acne but i don't know what keeps on making me break out. Anyway, i am 17 almost 18, and a male. I would like
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