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  1. Hey is it okay to use Differin at night and Sudocrem in the morning? (with using Vaseline in between) And washing my face with manuka honey soap?
  2. long story short, i started using canesten anti-fungal cream with sudocrem and it seems to kill of most of redness and acne on my face. (i mainly suffer from adult acne & redness) not recommending it to anyone but has anyone tried it before? i tried using antifungal cream a while back after reading this blog - it worked upto a point but adding sudocrem makes it work a tone better. http://longhairedatheart.blogspot.com/2013/11/yeast-had-caused-my-bad-skin.html
  3. Hi I had a spot on the side of my nose for more than a week, I used ice, steamed my face, put sudocrem on it and used a turmeric paste . but when I steamed it, it came to a head and when I washed my face with a gentle cleanser it would pop and start to bleed and once the pus came out it would start to go red. As I am currently on accutane my face is going dry and around the spot the skin is dry and noticeable. And it keeps coming to a head and bleeds and now it is dark brown/purple and looks r
  4. Hi guys, Another day, another dollar. I'm currently at work on a Friday afternoon and thought hmmm I haven't updated my "blog" in a while. Obviously when we have a breakout, we jump onto google/acne.org in the hopes of finding an answer. I'm just going to paste my skincare routine from my prev blog entry & then add some notes. This is less boring then reading paragraphs. Just to update you though, my acne has now shifted from my cheeks (relieved not to have to deal with constant cysts) -
  5. Hi, I have had a cystic spot since monday, and I have been using tea tree oil (which burned my skin) sudocrem, hydrocortisone, hot compresses I think i burned my skin with the hot compresses, because now i am left with the skin peeling around the edges, and I have a huge red lump on my face I am so self concious and this has taken a huge knock on my confidence. How long will it take for this to go away? And do I just keep using sudocrem? I want it to be less red and angry looking by this
  6. I started oral antibiotics; Tetralysal 300 (lymecycline) about a month ago and it was helping my acne. Before this I had sufficiently removed much of my once very severe acne through using sudocrem. I went back to my doctor to pick up a new batch of antibiotics and he was at a loss as to why my previous doctor hadn't given me a topical gel to use while on the antibiotics. He gave me Duac once daily and after a few days I can say that this is the best acne cream I have ever used! It has reduced s
  7. hiya! new here, but I can't find any of my specific questions answered here, so here goes. I have very mild acne, lots of whiteheads and pustules, the occasional cyst, it doesn't ruin my appearance to other people, but makes me feel like absolute crud, so I've been obsessing over it for the last year. when I was 15, I used roaccutane for a year, and that cleared the teenage cysts up, but over the last 10 months, they've come back, and I can't stop picking them. I used aknicare for a while, bu
  8. Hi All, I'm new here but definitely not new to the wonderful, joyous world of pimples. Now mine is quite mild but it still causes me a lot of strife. I'm very insecure about pimples and the like and because of that have a really bad problem with popping my pimples. Right now I'm not doing that because I had an epiphany and have resolved not to but to give you some history: Previously I would pop anything. And I mean anything. Ever whitehead, blackhead, pore. Tiny bumps on my forehead that
  9. April 7th: Hi everyone just to let you all know that I've changed my regimen again it's down the bottom of this post as "Update 2 " Please read my story and stuff just a few lines down...I'm aware it's pretty long but you might get some valuable info and whatnot okay thanks and good luck UPDATE IS DOWN THE BOTTOM OF THIS POST!! THANKS Okay hello to everyone who reads this, welcome! I'm a 17 year old male looking to get rid of acne once and for all. I've set March as my goal but as
  10. annie ell

    Sudocrem

    One of the products I have used is Sudocrem. Sudocrem has worked pretty well for me, I use it as a facemask and sleep with it on or dab it on individual spots in the hope that it will clear them up. I'm not sure exactly how it works but in the morning, the spots usually seem reduced. Although its greasy, don't be alarmed, its designed for very sensitive skin and is moisturising and yet somehow helps to banish the odd breakout. Pros: Usually keeps threatening breakouts at bay. Reduces the
  11. Hi, I have been using sudocrem for 2 weeks on my forehead as I have lots of red marks and spots, however I have not noticed much of a difference. How should I apply the cream (rub it in or leave it), how often should I apply it, how thick layer should I use and if you have any other advice please! Thank You Lewis Sent from my iPhone
  12. Hi well this is my second topic on this forum but I thought seen as though I had started antibiotics yesterday, I might as well make a log from the start. I'll give some background information. When I was 14 I started getting really bad acne. I had mild cystic and tons of spots. Now I battled through it and actually went through the worst without using any treatments (well apart from clearasil which made the acne worse) I'm 17 now and about 7 weeks ago I started using sudocrem. My acne improved
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