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  1. So I will start my journey by posting my 1st week of isotretinoin (49KG/10mg/BID), week 3 as of today. Uploading my 1st -2nd week of the pills and hoping for clearer future. Experiencing mild dryness and lesser oiliness, bit itchy on my extremities but tolerable. My back-ne and chest acne became smaller. LMP: 11 Dec 2014, since then I also noticed lesser pimples. I am using alternately maxipeel facial wash and cetaphil cleanser. Also, my 2nd day of Moringga O2 toner (day and night) and Moringga
  2. I am 15 years old and i recently found out i have acne vulgaris and alot of zits all over my face, especially on the cheeks to my forehead and chin. In the past i have little acne yet i thought proactiv would heal my acne. It was the worst decision of my life especially when i had decided to stop using it. When i had been using proactiv, my skin was clear but when i had stopped using it my acne just burst. Ever since then i have used everything literally. I've tried coconut oil, natural organics
  3. Acne is traditionally a teenage problem, but adults can also get breakouts. Here are seven causes of adult acne that may surprise you, with tips to prevent breakouts. Acne: Not Just for Teens Did you think your breakout woes were over when you became an adult? That you left your pimples behind with your learner's permit and first crush? Think again. While acne traditionally plagues teenagers, it can also affect adults. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, more than 50
  4. Little background story. Im 18 years old m and weight 138 lbs. My skin is very oily. I've been having acne for 6 years now, i was put on doxycycline 3 years ago for 1 month and my skin cleared up amazingly fast. I had occasional pimples here and there but not so bad, they went away in 2-3 days. I had clear skin until 6 months ago when my skin broke out horribly after entering college. My acne is mainly consisted of those pimples under the skin/ papules, so topical treatments dont work very well
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