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  1. FoxyRocket

    Products I am also using

    My cystic acne had begun to make me so depressed, looking at my skin feeling disgusting, 1 would clear and another would appear and the temptation to squeeze the hell out of them becomes too much and then you squeeze only to make it twice the size and red as rudolfs nose so I slap on the sudocream and hope and pray it improves by the morning. My cystic spots begun to appear more frequently so I decided I need help from the gp who prescribed Zineryt. (So far so good) I have also reaserched abo
  2. ellejaysays

    Doctors Bound

    Today I went to the doctors about my skin. I ment my grandfather in the waiting room, who commented that my face was a mess. Immediately I wanted to run home and hide (any bravado I'd managed to work up going there without make up was instantly shot down). Anyways. The doctor took a look, and said that the acne wasn't going to go away on it's own without medicine. She prescirbed me an oral antibiotic and a gel for nighttime. I'm returning next week for a blood test. This might seem completel
  3. Hey, I start my first prescription of isotretinoin/accutane tomorrow and I'm wondering what the best skincare products are to use? I bought a Cetaphil moisturiser today, as well as a La Roche-Posay cleanser, lipbalm and moisturiser. Do people recommend getting a Cetaphil cleanser too? Possibly a body wash and body lotion? Everything else I have at the moment is scented and will be too harsh on my skin whilst on the meds. Any advice is really appreciated. Lizzie x
  4. ive heard that to reduce acne, you have to increase the dosage as you use it for longer. i have found that this has worked for me with a product containing 5% benzoyl peroxide. can i apply this same method with a new product im using (Vichy Normaderm Triple-action Anti-acne Hydrating Lotion) which does not contain benzoyl peroxide but has salicylic acid, glycolic acid and LHA? or would i just be over using the product? and has anyway tried this particular product? i would love to hear your r
  5. Sta

    Adult acne

    Adult acne. There is nothing I could do to make them two words any less distressing. I know this and you know this. As a woman in her twenties I assumed my hormonal teen days were over, boy was I wrong. After coming off a progesterone only medication,I noticed in a matter of weeks my skin going from glowing and hydrated to cystic These weren't your run of the hill white heads, these were red puss filled boils all over my face. I could not understand it. Yea I would get a spot or two here and
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