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  1. Hiya I'm really desperate to find a cleansing routine that will help me with my acne and scarring. I feel like I've tried everything! I'm really not up for going on any medications. I'm also based in the uk so can't get some of the products only sold in the us! Please someone help me xx
  2. So, I know I am supposed to be studying for my exams, but of course I am doing skin care research...so i guess if I fail at least my skin will hopefully look nice. Anyway, I just bought some new makeup to try out- covergirl's tru blend mineral pressed powder and Maybelline's super stay 24 hour concealer and was thinking of going out to buy the physicians formula talc free mineral foundation My regular makeup (covergirl's aquasmoothers foundation) does not break me out at all, co
  3. So, I've recently stumbled upon a few products that spark my curiosity. I'm always looking for things that are good for my skin and I'm always open to new ways to treat it - however, I'm really tired of all these false claims that drugstore companies are making. "CLEARS ACNE IN ONE DAY," oh sure, tell me more. "KILLS 99% OF BACTERIA!" oh yeah, I bet. "#1 ACNE FIGHTING BRAND IN THE WORLD!" sure, suuuureee. Yet we keep falling for these claims because there's something inside us that believes or
  4. Hi, I'm a new member to the whole acne.org thing. But I have visited forums as a non-member. Anyways I heard that glycolic acid can reduce red marks AND closed comedones. I have a real problem with those nasty things. I don't have a TON, but mine NEVER EVER GO AWAY! It's frustrating. Anyways I was wondering which product out of these should I choose. By the way I'm 15. Choice number 1: http://www.ulta.com/ulta/browse/productDetail.jsp?skuId=5041537&productId=prod5041537&navAction=pus
  5. I'm on Roaccutane and as some of the spots are disappearing they're leaving red marks and I was wondering if anyone who suffers from hyperpigmentation could tell me products that they've used that work well. I'm wary of putting anything on my skin incase it causes another breakout but I'm really determined to have flawless skin by the end of this and I need something to make the marks fade quickly especially as more keep appearing. My dermatologist also seems to interpret the marks as active acn
  6. Hi! I have very dry and sensitive acne prone skin. I tend to get cystic and nodular acne more than anything else though sometimes I will get pustules and what not too. I would like to know if anyone out there with similar skin problems has had any success with various products or routines. I feel that my skin has been going under some changes and it has been getting worse than it has been in the past. Some of the products I use right now are the CeraVe Hydrating Cleanser (which I think is