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  1. On March 3 and 4, I applied BP all over my face. I was using 10% and then 5%. I stopped applying all over face because it was burning too much for me to tolerate when I would apply my moisturizer. I have since switched to applying the BP as a spot treatment. It is now March 7, and my face is full of flakes. The degree has gone down in the last day or so, but they are still very very present; around my eyes and my mouth/chin area is the worst. I don't seem to get flakes on my forehead. I wash my
  2. Hello, this is my first time ever writting here, so it might be a bit long (sorry in advance) So first off I will start by giving you an idea why I got on acne.Org regimen, I always had mild acne growing up, but around the time I became 20 ( Im now 22), my acne changed to these painful cystic pimples which leave the nastiest scars when they heal and by the time they heal new ones form on top of these scars and ever since my face is covered in discoloration from acne and scars. So I began usi
  3. Hey eveyone! Im in my teens and have your typical hormonal acne I've been using acne.org after using cylindamycin and tretinon from my derm for two years and it was successful for a while but after this school year it stopped working for some reason.and i was getting more acne than ever that created scars and PIE scars. I started using acne.org for almost 2 months and my skin was getting better but was incredibly flaky so i started using aha which helped a little my skin has been getting ran
  4. thaifashipe

    Retin A Week 1/2

    So my acne started to come back, and after a failed antibiotics and over the counter cream (will review those soon) I ordered Retin A as ive heard quite a lot of good feedback about it. I think its actually discontinued (in London at least) so I ordered from an Ebay seller : http://www.ebay.ie/sch/popugai/m.html I've been using it for about 2 weeks now and so far all I'm experiencing is flakey/peely skin and more spots... I hear this is normal for the first few weeks so I am trying t
  5. Hey guys, So I've been using the regimen for 2 months now, and my face is pretty much clear. The flakes though, are really getting really bad. I have huge flakes coming off my chin, my nose, the area between my eyes, and near my mouth. I finally found a moisturizer that doesn't clog my pores, but like all the other moisturizers I've tried that did clog my pores, it is not moisturizing enough. The more moisturizer I put on, the worse my flakes get. My skin is very intolerant, and I can't put an
  6. Hi all! I'm looking for some advice... I'm 26 years old and have been dealing with acne for only the past 3 years (I had nice skin as a teen.). From age 23 on, it kept getting worse... to the point where I always have 4 or 5 noticeable (usually large) cysts, and a bunch of clogged pores (tiny bumps that you can only really see in the sunlight) on my face only. I went to the derm, and she prescribed me 100mg of spiro right off of the gate. I had a TERRIBLE initial breakout, and now my skin is b
  7. I wanted to share this with everyone. I recently moved to Minnesota from Illinois and the temperature is much colder and the air is much drier. My face started flaking like crazy! It was so bad that I was switching up my routine and trying new products in the hopes of finding something that would relieve my flakey skin. In the process, I ended up giving myself acne because pretty much all the products I tried I had adverse reactions to. So I went back to pretty much what I was using before. My a
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