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  1. First of all.. I'm new here! I hope I'm not repeating anyone! I'm 17 and I've never really had an acne problem.. just a blemish here and there. Recently though I've been breaking out a lot more, it's still mild though, nothing severe, mostly on my forehead and chin.. sometimes on my cheeks. I eat completely clean and drink a lot of water so this didn't really make much sense. I went to a dermatologist and she gave me this regimen: Morning: Wash Cerave AM lotion Effaclar Duo (thin lay
  2. Hi all About a week ago I started using La Roche-Posay products. I use their Effaclar Duo+, Purifying Foaming Gel and Astringent Lotion. I wonder, should I use the Duo+ cream in the morning or in the evening? It has only 40ml and I'm supposed to apply it on my whole face, so applying it both in the morning and evening would be rather expensive. My pharmacist said to use it during the day, but I've seen in the ingredients that there are a few acids. Shouldn't I be worried that it may damag
  3. Hi Everyone, First of all, I'm new here and love the supportive community! Medication: 3-step La Roche Posay Efflaclar Anti Blemish System (Comes with a purying foaming gel, Toner and Efflaclar Duo+ Moisturiser) Daily - Washing my face x2 a day with this routine. Evening - Using Isotrexin gel and x1 Lymecycline tablet (scared to stop since last time I broke out really bad...) I've tried so many different products but my acne is more on the mild - moderate range but it's get
  4. Hi, I purchased an La Roche Posay Effaclar 3 pack at Walgreens for 29.99 which included a cleanser, astringent and spot treatment. I have cystic acne and already am using Tazorac and Retin-A from my dermatologist, however this Effaclar, in only 4 days of use has highly improved the tone of my skin, the existence of blackheads, and the size of my cysts. It uses salicylic acid with a delivery system is LHA and has BPO with a delivery system of LHA as well. If you're nice to the Walgreens pers
  5. Hey guys I'm supposed to buy anti-aging product from La Roche Posay and they have two products which each ingredients are Retinol and Vitamin C. So, I wonder that which ingredient between Retinol and Vitamin C is the most effective and safe for acne prone skin? (I have acne prone, combination and sensitive skin.) Actually I switched my facial gel from differin gel to La Roche Posay Duo which the main ingredient is BHA and it is better than Differin for my skin! I want your help
  6. Hi All, First of all thanks in advance for the read, I am 23 and trying my best to battle the forces of acne but I need help on what products I should use: Current Simple - Kind to Skin - Cleanser [x2 a day morning and night] Simple - Kind to Skin - Toner [x2 a day morning and night] Simple Anti spot Blemish Control Moisturiser [x2 a day morning and night] Isotrexin - gel treatment - x1 night Lymecycline - Antibiotic Tablet - x1 night Diet + Lifestyle I eat healthy, lack of fast food and g