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  1. I am 22 and have always had pretty good skin but a little on the dry side and occasionally I would get at least 1-2 tiny red acne bumps on my chin or jawline. The past month it has been getting a lot worse and i've been getting cystic just on my jawline and my chin has been clear for a while. I used to use benefit's foundation stick it started causing me to get oily and I would get tiny closed comedones on my forehead didn't make my jawline acne any worse but to help with my forehead I stopped u
  2. Has anyone tried the UK formulation for Proactiv Plus? I know it is different to the US version, therefore I was just wondering if the UK version works as well as the US version supposedly does? Also, has anyone tried the Dermalogica Clear Start regime? Is it any good? Thanks
  3. This is my first post here so bear with me, I hope this is in the right place. I'm posting here to keep tabs on my current skin care adventure. Here's a little background on me, hopefully this will help someone. I'm 21, female. I'd consider my skin pretty normal, not overly oily or dry. However, when I was younger, starting around 13 I had awful acne. And I picked at it, resulting in a pretty good amount of scarring. (nothing that couldn't be covered with makeup) Anyway, I was put on the p
  4. So today is my first day of trying the acne.org regimen but since my products haven't arrived yet I will be using some of the products I have at home. Facewash: Dermalogica Ultra calming cleanser Treatment: Tretinoin cream 0.1 Moisturizer: Dermalogica Active moist with a vitamin e oil capsule to help with my scaring Last night I also started the Epsom salt soak to try and bring these cysts to heads. I'll see how this works and let yall know.
  5. Hello again old friends I know it's been a very long time since my last review but i have been trying something new out and i wanted to tell you what i thought. If you haven't been reading since my first blog on this website i suffered badly from acne when i was 17/18 years old, i went to the doctors for 3 months medication which slowly cleared up my skin (you can go back and read my full story on my first blog entry). I now like to blog about products that im currently using to help prevent my
  6. Has anyone ever had any problems with breaking out when using products with lactic acid or AHA's in them?! I've always used cleansers with salicylic and always had clear skin until I switched my cleanser to tri-active cleanse by dermalogica that contains lactic acid in an attempt to get rid of hyper pigmentation from excessive tanning. The first week my skin was actually better then ever, super smooth and soft but after about 3 weeks or so I noticed what I've found to be closed comedones on my f
  7. Hi guys , Writing a blog about my acne in order to help myself record my skin's habbits, and to help other acne sufferers has always something I've wanted to do. I don't know why it has taken me 10+ years of suffering with acne to finally get round to it, but I am here now. Like I just mentioned, I have lived with on-off mild/moderate acne for 10+ years. My earliest memory of having bad skin was when I started secondary school, I remember I had to get a photograph taken to renew my passport and
  8. I've been using their "Special Cleansing Gel" for about three weeks now and I'm not sure how I feel about it. I like the fact that it doesn't dry out my skin, but other than that I'm not too impressed. Has anyone else had any experience with Dermalogica products?
  9. Hi Guys, Just joined the forum today as a new years resolution! I have mild acne (usually have about 3 active big spots and a few little ones all the time) and have been on accutane twice and antibiotics for the past year. Both of these make my skin flawless but are not long term solutions. I want to be drug free this new year and totally dependent on products. I have been advised to buy Dermalogica Special Cleanser and Active Moist moisturiser. Can anybody give me any feedback on the
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