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  1. cactuscalypso

    8 months

    From the album: Regimen 1; Retin-a 0.1%

    retina .1% micro regimen
  2. From the album: Regimen 1; Retin-a 0.1%

    retina .1% micro regimen
  3. Hello, Just wanted some advice on the acne topical called Tazorac. I have had very good results with Retin-A MICRO 0.1% for the past three months, but my dermatologist has insisted that a use Tazorac cream 0.1% instead. Any advice on what I should expect? Is it going to cause another Initial breakout? Is it going to bring back the dryness that came with Retin-A for the first few weeks? Any advice would be helpful; I just started my new job yesterday and definitely want to keep my skin lookin
  4. Hey, Thanks for taking the time to look at his topic. I was wondering if it is possible to buffer or dillute Retin-A micro gel. I am going to start to use the 0.01%. I heard that it messes with the way that the micro gel works because it is a time realease system. I got his info from skinacea. I hope that I can post this. I can't remember and I am in a hurry or I would look. Sorry. 6) Buffering Buffering your retinoid makes it less penetrating and therefore less irritat
  5. From the album: Regimen 1; Retin-a 0.1%

    retina .1% micro regimen
  6. From the album: Regimen 1; Retin-a 0.1%

    retina .1% micro regimen
  7. cactuscalypso

    5 months

    From the album: Regimen 1; Retin-a 0.1%

    retina .1% micro regimen
  8. Hi guys, around 2 weeks ago I decided to stop using all of my acne care products in effort to reduce irritation and peeling skin. I used to use retina micro and some benzyl peroxide to kill visible whiteheads. Recently I discovered that, for some odd reason, if I eat 4-6 radishes every few days, my skin tends to clear up. I believe radishes have some detoxifying benefits, but, at least for now, my acne is at a good state. So after this discovery, I decided to stop using retina micro and only use
  9. I had two sessions of RF Micro needling treatment with a 40 days Gap in between the two sessions, for 2 days after each treatment my scars looked lift up and i felt good and after that my scars went to where they were before, And also i see a significant amount difference in scars during mornings times when i wake up and the same old depressed scars in the evenings or after i am tired. So is there any chance that my scars will show any improvement and if so how many treatments should i undergo a
  10. cactuscalypso

    8 months

    From the album: Regimen 1; Retin-a 0.1%

    retina .1% micro regimen
  11. From the album: Regimen 1; Retin-a 0.1%

    retina .1% micro regimen
  12. Im currently on atralin but my insurance won't cover it anymore because there is a generic version so I decided to order the generic version since they're both the same. Of course my doctor completely ignores what I want and decided to give me the Tretinoin Microsphere .04%. The microsphere delivers the medicine at a slower rate to cause less irritation but I don't get irritated by the regular Tretinoin .05% so i don't know why my doctor would give me that?! Is there any major differences other
  13. From the album: Regimen 1; Retin-a 0.1%

    retina .1% micro regimen
  14. From the album: Regimen 1; Retin-a 0.1%

    retina .1% micro regimen
  15. From the album: Regimen 1; Retin-a 0.1%

    retina .1% micro regimen
  16. cactuscalypso

    5 months

    From the album: Regimen 1; Retin-a 0.1%

    retina .1% micro regimen
  17. From the album: My "Personal" Acne System

    this is one of my perscription medications. I use 2 full pumps of my RAM and really work it into the skin all over. I only use this during the night after washing my face with the clinique soap, using the neutrogena daily cleansing pads, applying my dalacin-t and using the neutrogena 3-1 hydrating treatment. Since i have insurance i only pay about $10 probably less.
  18. My derm started me on Retin-A Micro. I've been on it for six days, and it's basically already worked miracles on my skin. Derm told me that if I can stand it I can use it morning and night, which is what I've been doing (though I'm allergic to certain chemicals like BP and SLS and anything wheat, my skin tends to be pretty much as tough as elephant hide). I've skipped maybe one or two mornings but other than that been really consistent. I wash with Hibiclens that has a few drops of extra glyce
  19. Okay guys, so this is a post thats VERY hard to share but im hoping that if i can give at least one person hope ill be succeeding with what i initially wanted to do with this post. So if you guys have been following my posts ive talked about having very bad nodular cystic acne and up until now i was so afraid to post any photos just because looking at them hurts me, the pictures show a different person than who i am. And i know thats weird to say considering its been a month and a half but that
  20. From the album: Regimen 1; Retin-a 0.1%

    retina .1% micro regimen
  21. I had two sessions of RF Micro needling treatment with a 40 days Gap in between the two sessions, for 2 days after each treatment my scars looked lift up and i felt good and after that my scars went to where they were before, And also i see a significant amount difference in scars during mornings times when i wake up and the same old depressed scars in the evenings or after i am tired. So is there any chance that my scars will show any improvement and if so how many treatments should i undergo a
  22. Hey fellow retin-A micro (or other retinoid) users, I've been using BP 2-3 times per day for about two years (inspired by the regimen.) It turned my severe acne into mild acne. My dermatologist recommended I switch to retin-A micro 0.04% to further improve my skin. My skin is used to harsh acne products, but on reading reviews and the product information I was concerned that I would have excessive irritation to my skin using retin-A. On the contrary, I've used it for three nights now and
  23. Hey guys just a few quick questions. I have been on Retin-A micro 0.1% for 9 weeks now. For the past 2 1/2 weeks now i have been completely acne free! But by the end of today I now have about 3 white heads and two cystic pimples . So my questions are: Is it normal for breakouts this late in the process? Would it be good to use another acne fighting medication in the morning, now that my skin has adjusted to Retin-a micro? And does acne become immune to Retin-a after a period of tim
  24. hi guys, i thought I'd make a post to see if anyone has had a similar experience to me, as I have not met anyone else with my skin issue! I'm a 23 year old guy and I used retin-A Micro about 2 years ago to combat an excessive amount of blocked pores (not blackheads, more like grains of sebum plugs in every pore). My skin peeled and was raw a lot of the time, which wasn't really worth having clean pores for. Anyway, I stopped using it after only a few weeks. However, 2 years on, the
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