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  1. Hi Everyone, Just joined up and thought I would share my experiences so far ... I've suffered from acne on and off since about the age of 15, and I'm now almost 25. I've tried many things, but it always seems like a constant battle. When I was 15, I used topical erythromycyin which worked really well. After a while of using it, my acne didn't come back until I was 18, and I started taking the pill. This had good results, however completely messed up my menstrual cycle, so I stopped t
  2. I've been using Quinoderm 10 for around 2 weeks and it is helping with my acne, but my face has changed colour all over. It is darker, and orange/red tinted. I want to know if anyone else has experienced this, if it is transient (if so, how long?), whether I should calm down with the twice a day use of 10% strength or just carry on until my skin gets used to it? THANK YOUU!!
  3. Hi, I am new to this forum so apologiesif it's in the wrong section, but I would like to share my success story. Skip to the end on what I used, rest assured I am not selling any product to profit myself. I have been battling acne too and this is what I found to help me. I’m male and live in UK, 19 years old. I am half chinese and half viet, I’m just giving this information for any who can relate to me. I have had acne for about 2 years, and around last year it started to get real bad. I act
  4. I've been using Pan Oxyl 2.5% for over two years and love it. Obviously, it's stopped being made now and the only thing that's available in my chemist is Pan Oxyl 10%. A few people have mentioned using the 10% in small amounts with moisturiser might be OK. Do you combine the two? Or is it that you put moisturiser on first and then the gel, or the other way round? I'm not really considering Quinoderm Cream unless that would be a better alternative. Pan Oxyl took a long time for my skin to get
  5. HI there, My acne isn't as bad as it use to be. this is by using various combination of diet and skin regime. This also included using Quinoderm 5. This is has been the only one to date that did it's job without overly drying my skin. Although using it every night, i'm pretty sure it was darkening my skin. SO i cut back to twice a week. Works a treat as other nights i use Paula's Choice Moisture Barrier with retinol. Aaaannnnnnnyyyyywwwwwaaaaayyyyysssss, they're discontinuing Quinoderm in t
  6. I've been looking to start using BP again and I've narrowed it down to two products. Both have pros and cons. Panoxyl - Pro: Comes as a gel, easier to apply. Con: Comes in 10% BP. Quite high when I haven't used BP for 5 years. Quinoderm - Pro: Comes as 5% BP. Con: Comes as a cream and I've read that cream + sweating = white sweat. Does anyone have any thoughts as to which product is better?
  7. I have been using Quinoderm for 4 weeks, which is a benzoyl peroxide containing cream of the strength 5%. At the moment i feel as if my skin has gone quite red and flaky, and i am seeing little to no improvement. Is it still too soon to see any improvement?
  8. Summary incase you dont want to read a whole load: I have hyperpigmentation not acne scars Acne seems to be getting worse, may be due to stress, still using retin a Not sure about la mer brightening lotion New produts- garnier anti-spot exfoliator, vitamin c, quinoderm Missed my 4 week update/check in and alot (sort of) has gone down in these past weeks so I'm just going to do general updates (not timed) from now on. Firstly, I need to correct myself as I've used the wrong terms in
  9. annie ell


    Quinoderm is a topical cream containing benzyl peroxide which can be applied on spots and breakouts. It can be purchased over the counter of through a GP or Dermatologist. Pros: Dries out spots. Cons: I used it too much and got a massive chemical burn from the benzyl peroxide which was very red, sore and painful. Recommend? No. Accidentally one night before bed I applied too much. It burnt my face at first, but after 10 years I'm used to things burning my face and sometimes find that gr
  10. Hi, sorry in advance for such a long message but please bear with me . I've been using panoxyl 10 aquagel on my face and body (with the panoxyl 10 wash on my body in the mornings) for the last year and a half and it made a massive improvement to my skin. Before it I was prescribed Duac by my doctor and whilst that helped compared to using nothing at all, my skin was still very unpredictable and would breakout very regularly (it never made any significant improvement with my back/chest). So ha
  11. Basically I can keep my acne somewhat under control (never 100% clear) with the use of a BP regimen but i'm still not happy with the fact that my skin is a complete oil slick - no kidding I can see little droplets of oil on my noise 20 minutes after washing my face. So i've decided to get internal and supplement to see if this reduces my oil production in any way. So this is my regimen as of today: TOPICAL Quinoderm 5% Dove Sensitive Beauty Bar Cetaphil Moisturizing Lotion INTERNAL Saw Palm