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  1. I am quite pale, but my skin has yellow undertones and everything looks pink on me The only thing I've found that matches me almost to perfection is Vichy Normaderm BB cream, but it clings horribly to my dry acne patches and dries out my skin. Also, it is still a bit too pink. I'm looking for a BB cream if possible, but a lightweight foundation is a good option too. Esteé Lauder, True Match and Revlon ColorStay are not an option. Esteé Lauder broke me out, and in my country Revlon and Covergi
  2. Will the Dark Acne in the Middle Become Scars? Is This Severe Acne? Do i Need Accutane? Kindly Reply
  3. I'm new to the regime - its been about a week and I'm going through the superdooper dry skin phase (lucky me). I'm using A LOT of the moisturizer because I'm really self conscious of my cracking, peeling, Sahara desert face - however - I've noticed my skin is REALLY YELLOW! At first, due to being a medical student, I thought it was something liver related but my eyes and mucous membranes are fine - and as I was slathering on the moisturizer it hit me - is the licorice derived ingredient staining
  4. So I've been really lucky in that I've never had much acne, and whenever a zit does pop up it's hardly ever noticeable, but about 3 or 4 years after I started to get acne I've noticed that sometimes when I pop a zit a little yellowish green, hard, kernel-like...thing will squeeze it's way out of my zit. They're very tiny, about half a grain of rice, and don't seem to be filled with pus or anything like that. They mostly pop up on my chin, and every once in a while on my left cheek. I've looked a
  5. Hi everyone Im 16 years old and ihave this pimple on my nose in the picture and it's been there for like a month and it's gotten bigger and I think it's yellowish now I got Minocycline like 3 days ago because my doctor prescribed me for it and I don't know what to do, should I pop it or should I wait and let the medications do the work? I've been getting laughed at, at school for some time now and it's really ticking me off. Someone help! Thank you!!
  6. I can't begin to explain how well the regimen has worked for me so far and i am only in week 2. The only small complaints I would have is that I use the moisturizer and jojoba oil morning and night and in the day it's seems like the oil never really absorbs into my skin so if I touch it I get oil all over my hand and then when I sleep and wake up the next morning my pillowcase is yellow everywhere. I'm debating whether to change to another moisturizer and stop using the oil because it doesn't
  7. Hi All! I was wondering if anyone has experienced this and might have a possible solution. I'm 2 weeks into the regimen. I love the cleanser, the BP does its job, but when I get to the moisturizer... !!!! 15 minutes or so after I put it on (as Dan suggested), it dehydrates my skin rather than making it feel moisturized and soft. I can barely move my face. It also makes my skin yellow and itchy too. I look tanner than my sister who plays football everyday. Help?? Advice?? Suggestions??
  8. I have seen a few people claim success in treating their scarring by combining skin needling (dermarolling/dermaneedling) with LED light therapy, so wondered if it is something that anyone else here has tried or experimented with? There's several different types of LED light available, but the ones that seem to be relevant in this instance are red, infra-red and yellow. As I understand it, using LEDs won’t help with scarring by itself – but when coupled with micro-needling, it can substanti
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