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  1. Someone please help! I am so desperate… Ill give you a brief history of my acne story. I started getting one or two pimples in 6th grade and its progressed as I got older. At the time they were small and easy to cover up with powder. Towards the end of 8th grade I woke up one day with a patch of pimples down my cheek.. I thought it was a rash.. So that basically began the struggle I have till this day a Senior in high school. My acne is different from lots of pimples because a lot of ti
  2. Someone please help! I am so desperate… Ill give you a brief history of my acne story. I started getting one or two pimples in 6th grade and its progressed as I got older. At the time they were small and easy to cover up with powder. Towards the end of 8th grade I woke up one day with a patch of pimples down my cheek.. I thought it was a rash.. So that basically began the struggle I have till this day a Senior in high school. My acne is different from lots of pimples because a lot of ti
  3. Hi; I was just wonderign has anyone used to Retina A cream to treat acne, if yes then can you please let me know if it works....
  4. Im using retina a mostly for my scars i dont really have mild acne my skin color is really tan/brownish and i have dark acne spots from previous acne however i understand that its normal for your skin to itch, burn, and to become flakey and peeling off when using the retina a but i noticed that it left me with even bigger dark spots that are visible even after i wash my face off i want to know if this is normal of if they dark spots are going to stay there so i can stop using the medication. asi
  5. ive been using retina a mostly for my dark acne scars i have dark/tan skin and the medicine gave me burning itchy flaky skin and i understand thats normal so i continued the use but it left me with even bigger dark spots on the places where i applied the medicine i want to know if i should stop using this medicine because of the dark spots if left me?
  6. Does Retina A 0.1% concentration cream cause better results after Accutane? My Background Story: I recently finished a 6-month Accutane course where I endured flaky, thin, dry crumbly scaly skin, dry eyes, peeling lips. With two months left in my course, I had completely clear skin that made me so happy. I finished Accutane with a smile on my face and no worries ahead of me. A week after finishing Accutane, my skins texture transformed from smooth and non-oily to rough, oily and full of li
  7. Hi everyone! I apologize for the backstory in advance. I'm an 18 year old male that just started off as freshman at college. I've had acne for most of high school, and I really want to get rid of it now. I met with my dermatologist a couple times in the past, and she gave me a few products to try that weren't so helpful for me (panoxyl for example, it dried out my face too much). She also gave me Retin A a while ago, but I don't entirely remember how it went. I might have stopped because of
  8. What’s up ppl. I’ve been procrastinating hard about using retina a again I’ve tried all strengthens and have tried it on multiple occasions. Till recently I actually stuck with it for about 4-6 weeks my acne got way worst as well as the red marks my skin got really light sensitive and was constantly buring/red and oily. To make a long story short all my acne leaves red marks and retina a for sure broke me out how am I suppose to treat my acne if all it’s gunna Do is give me more acne and more r
  9. hi, i'm new here but I've been a lurker for years. I just want to share how tretinoin helped me somehow get rid of my severe acne. I'm really happy that I didnt stop applying retin-a on my skin even if it made my acne look worse for 3 months. If you look at the pics you'd see why. I somehow got a little of my confidence back again. By the way, I've been using retin-a micro 0.1% nightly on my whole face and twice a day on my nose, I haven't really seen an improvement with my blackheads on my
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