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  1. From the album: Week Two

    WEEK TWO Large cystic breakouts were diminishing. Flakiness and dryness continued. Hyper-pigmentation was still an issue. New breakouts were still forming, but slower. Still slow to heal. Redness still around mouth and chin. Whiteheads still occasionally forming on the jaw line and under chin.
  2. From the album: Week One / Day 4

    WEEK ONE / DAY 4 (I was using Proactiv until it ran out and then I switched to the Regimen because Proactiv was too harsh on my skin.)**I am NOT wearing skin makeup besides mascara** I noticed that the redness had subsided, however, my skin was still "darkening" and "hardening". Acne was "smoothing" out, but new breakouts were still occurring. Dryness and flakiness still occurred. Acne marks were healing and being dried out. Still a lot of hyper pigmentation.
  3. From the album: Week One / Day 3

    WEEK ONE / DAY THREE (I was using Proactiv until it ran out and then I switched to the Regimen because Proactiv was too harsh on my skin.) My skin become even more dry. I was not using a moisturizer, as the Proactiv kit does not provide one. This made my skin extremely irritated and flakey. I noticed that my skin was "hardening", which can happen when you use Benzol-Peroxide, and it was becoming even darker in color. I noticed areas that were inflamed were no longer, however,
  4. From the album: Week One

    WEEK ONE (I was using Proactiv until it ran out and then I switched to the Regimen because Proactiv was too harsh on my skin.) I decided to try Proactiv in February, as it had worked for me in my younger years. After starting Proactiv, my skin was very blotchy and irritated. I noticed that my skin began to flake, and where I had put the Benzol-Peroxide, my skin was "hardening" and becoming darker. This was very aggravating as I have fair skin, and my neck had an obvious line of darker skin, to
  5. From the album: Acne Marks

    I use a homemade lotion: 50 green tea + 25% lemon juice + 25% Apple Cider Vinegar Do you see the difference? I think it's less red Do you know something helpful for red marks?
  6. From the album: still looking good!

    My forehead is now 100% clear and the redness is essentially gone from there. The acne on my forehead was not severe, so did not leave lasting marks.
  7. From the album: My Skin

    I gave myself a chemical peel at home last night. Pretty good results so far! I'm just glad I didn't burn myself lol. My skin feels a lot smoother. I will be giving myself another peel in a few weeks, maybe less. I also used the Glycolic acid on my back & IT LOOKS GREAT. Even better results than my face had.
  8. From the album: new treatment: sept 2012 AFTER

    in the process of switching from duac+retina to veltin+antibiotic doxcycline twice a day
  9. From the album: my face!

    Clear image of the scarring post Accutane.
  10. From the album: My Acne

    Believe it or not about 97% of the blemishes on my face is just hyper-pigmentation. It's becoming clear that when I finish Accutane I will have only done half the battle. I have decided to just stay on my current birth control pill. I feel like the Accutane is starting to really kick in and the anxiety I get over switching to something like yazmin is not worth it. I feel if I have to do a second round of Accutane that would be fine. So here is my red inflammed but almost pimple free skin
  11. From the album: My Acne

    The accutane started to work by drying everything out. My lips, face, hands and joints were lacking moisture. I feel like the redness of the PIH has always been worse than the active acne was. My routine at this point was removing my makeup with olive oil, cleansing with Cetephil, moisturising with Aveeno's anti-redness cream, and either applying SPF 60 in the morning or a thin layer of Vaseline to keep moisture in.
  12. From the album: My Acne

    This is when I started my Accutane Journey. 40 mg. I also learned that my forehead acne was being caused by not properly rinsing the shampoo and conditioner off of my face. I started making sure washing my face was the last thing I did in the shower and everything along my hair line cleared up. This gave my some insight on the kind of acne I have. The acne I have on my cheeks and jawline has always been the most stubborn and its not caused by anything on the outside; it is all hormonal.
  13. From the album: My Acne

    This is when I started my Accutane Journey. 40 mg. I also learned that my forehead acne was being caused by not properly rinsing the shampoo and conditioner off of my face. I started making sure washing my face was the last thing I did in the shower and everything along my hair line cleared up. This gave my some insight on the kind of acne I have. The acne I have on my cheeks and jawline has always been the most stubborn and its not caused by anything on the outside; it is all hormonal.
  14. From the album: Araz

    HELP! Can someone identify what these are and what would be the most suitable regimen for treating these? Hi. I,m 23 and had absolutely spotless skin before Jan 2016 (no breakouts even in teenage). Fast forward, due to relationship problems and financial struggles during this year, my break out kept on getting worse. I NEVER had a simple pimple on my cheeks and now they are spectacularly marked. I tried lemon juice, honey, apple cider vinegar, egg whites, aloe vera, cucumber at different time
  15. From the album: Spironolactone (100mg) + Minocycline (200mg) Progress

    All my acne has vanished after two weeks of taking spironolactone (100mg) and minocycline (200mg), but I am left with a lot of redness and light scarring. Currently using an aspirin honey mask once a day.
  16. Hey, i was on accutane for 4 months , finished 3 months ago, i was clear but i could sense some pimples slowly formings, and had really small breakout. i saw my derm and asked for a second course to be sure nothing push surface again. i had this on my first course too and even after but never really asked myself the question. when i do efforts or sports or are in a hot place, my skin become red, normal, but like little blackhead come to surface everytime and i can just wipe them off wit
  17. Hey guys. So a couple months ago I had a small whitehead. I took a towel and I tried to rub the whitehead off. Unfortunately, I caused a burn on my skin by rubbing to hard. Anyways, a scab began to form and I peeled the scab off because I am an idiot. Anyways its been 2 months and the skin is still sort of red and pink. Should I try to start exfoliating this skin to fade these marks?
  18. HI ALL! I have been struggeling with my nose since 2 years back and it has only gotten worse and i dont know what to do. I went to a derm that didn't know what it was really and just told me to wait it out. i have gotten deep scars and redness that never seems to fade the list is long. Then i stumbeled over here and now i ask you for advice for what i should do and what "kind" of acne i have and what treatment for scars you reccomend etc. I am a male with asian etnicity and am 19y/o. than
  19. Do you share some of the same skin problems as me? So im on minocyclie right now.Started it a week and a half ago and my acne has decreased very much. I only have two active pimples and the rest are either bumps or marks. I wash my face with sea salt morning and night which does make the skin soft and works as a spot treatment. And i moisturize with neutrogena moisturizer. But the skin on my acne prone areas is red, as if it is irritated or sweating. All other areas of my face are clean and fres
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