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  1. Hey guys I thought I'd post these here too. In your opinion is this food allergies or hormonal? I was clear for a week or more and all of a sudden I get big, red painful cystic spots. Idk what's going on, I feel like I'm losing it. All suggestions welcome!
  2. Hello, I have been using successfully using ice for the last few years to quickly bring down the redness and swelling of inflammed pimples. After reading some posts on here about people looking for quick acne fixes, this is about the best you can get so I figured I'd type up exactly how to do it. Personally, I don't have a ton of acne but when I do I get those large, deep, swollen, red cysts that just seem to pop up out of nowhere. And if I wake up with one on a day I have a presentation, da
  3. From the album: My face at the start and now end of Accutane

    I forgot I had this picture of when my skin was bad in the time September- December 2011. The other pics I tried to show didn't show it quite like this one did. Claravis really helped me and I have had pretty decent skin a year after starting it for a 5 month dose. Any questions just message me : )
  4. I've had acne for about two years. It was never really that bad, so I thought, but now it's terrible. Maybe they just weren't red before. This summer, I would go out every three days and tan. This includes my face. I'm pretty sure that tanning caused all of my acne to turn red. Many of red spots on my cheek are just red marks, but they're not going away. I wash my face every morning and night. I apply apple cider vinegar and tea tree oil, after a few minutes I apply Paula's Choice 8% AHA gel. Ho
  5. I originally posted this on the Reddit's subreddit SkinCareAddication and got some responses, but nothing of concrete help. I am hoping this community can share their knowledge and really help me finally get my skin back to normal. Pictures Below \/ GGGRRrrrrr. PLEASE! I seriously beg of you. Instead of rambling for paragraphs about how depressed my skin has made me and my terrible life so far, I'll just list out my current skin issues and very specifically what I'm using and have used. I
  6. Okay , does anyone know why my acne is ALWAYS inflamed ? Like they never go to whiteheads even when they heal , it's always just red bumps , and also its ONLY on the sides. Of my face like my cheeks and temple area only , any help?
  7. Hello again, Today marks two weeks on the regimen, and I have noticed a serious difference in the amount of pimples that arise. However, a few days ago, I started getting inflamed pimples all over my chin and jaw area. I was wondering if this was a part of the purging phase. I probably have about 5 actual pimples, but I have just over 50 red marks on the entire area that make it look way worse. I can't wait until the hardening phase is over so I can add in aha+, but that's a ways away. Also, c
  8. Hello friends! Alright soooo I have oily skin up the wazoo. I can take two oil blotting sheets (the Clean n Clear kind) and fill them completely with my oil. So this regimen I have recently discovered is only fool proof if you have EXTREMELY oily skin. I have also tried the entire spectrum of skin products and brands. From Neutrogena to Cetaphil to Clean 'n Clear to Clearisil to Murad to Clinique. You name it and I've tried it. Nonetheless I STILL battle with awful hormonal acne and day to day b