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  1. Hi guys! I'm pretty new to this forum and wanted to share my story of acne prone skin & my decision of going through the Tretinoin / Retin A regime. My problematic skin history started 4 years ago with me being 24 (my dermatologist back then called it 'adult acne' - thus probably hormonal acne). I never before had experienced cystic/hormonal acne in any form(except maybe a couple of blackheads on my nose but that's it!) and when I first got one cystic pimple I didn't know what it was an
  2. So I want to start what would be considered the caveman regimen. The only thing is I live in south Florida and I wear sunscreen every single day, it’s something I can’t go with out. My face would fry. I want to start only washing with water and using no products on my face and see how it goes. Is water okay to use as the only thing to get the sunscreen off my face at the end of the day? I’ve always been made to believe you need to wash sunscreen off your face. I read online people suggest using
  3. lalovelyj

    2011

    From the album: Makeup works wonders sometimes

    Barely any foundation (Bobbi Brown liquid "Golden"), skin at it's best. I had access at work to free micro & peels, and was diligent about vitamins, spf, sun exposure and massive amounts of water.
  4. I've just recently finished reading an article and a discussion on green tea for healthy skin, and more importantly, acne. My sister and I used to have moderate acne, but for the majority of her teenage years I used to watch her drink green tea and rub the bags on her face. Eventually I joined her and now we both have light acne but i still suffer from moderate breakouts. I have a bottle here of a green tea dietary supplement from Pure Inventions. Does anyone see any possible facial benefits?
  5. Hey guys, just wanted to share with you my own idea about vitamins for a healthy skin. Vitamin A, B, C, E and D are all really good vitamins and here I will tell you why and how this is true, cheers :)
  6. Sorry went a little nuts with the tags on this thread probably. Anyway, Ive been meaning to make a post about this for months. I literally cannot stop using BP gel (cream? gel? not sure its white). I have been using it pretty much every time I shave/wash my face for years. I wash my face about once a day, sometimes every two days. I have good hygiene, but I find if I wash more than that my face looks 10 times worse. Also, the BP is necessary every time now. I will have the same areas (on s
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