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  1. Shelliteshite

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    The woman in my mid 30s who had always had very good skin until about 30. I have tried everything it started with Clinique and proactive and Dermalogica then Bocia, Avene, la Roche, dove, simple, spectro, Aleppo soap and on and on and on. I've discovered the awful truth about moisturizer. And that is, once you start using it it changes the way that your skin produces see them forever. A Swedish scientist recently discovered that using moisturizer actually makes your skin worse: http://www.
  2. I've posted previously about not being able to find a moisturizer that works for my combo and very acne-prone skin after Spectro got discontinued. Many people have suggested Cetaphil and Cerave. I'm a little bit skeptical about this as there are a lot of mixed reviews online. Also, some of their products' ingredients are listed 3-5 on the comedogenic scale. Please help
  3. General Discussion on Cerave and Spectro Jel cleansers.. which do you prefer? I'm currently on Ziana (Biacna) and I use the spectro jel cleanser but I'm thinking about switching to either the hydrating or foaming CeraVe, if you want to help me out with choosing I have hormonal acne, dry skin from the Ziana but normally combination.
  4. Well, it's been almost a week and dove soap is not what it used to be. I don't know what is changed in the last two years, but I seem to react to it over a very short time. It appears to be very drying and irritating. there's also the issue with the water in my apartment. It's not good, and I need something that's going to combat that. I've settled on Spectro jel because I was informed by a pharmacist (I know, not a dermatologist but somebody with some knowledge of chemistry) that spectro h
  5. Ok people so I am tired of dealing with moderately bad acne at age 21. Its time to get down to the bottom of this and fix this as best I can. I can live with a few blemishes, but I hate that its mostly all over my face and I think I have a regimen/diet change that will work for me. Acne history: Started in grade 9 breaking out all around my face. I tried proactive in grade 10 and it worked well for a while(except my face was super shiny, ew) but then its as if my skin became immune to it. I
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