When it comes to moisturizers, it is depressing how few options Acne Prone Skin Type 3 people have. The issue of dry skin has been coming up over and over. It was pretty bad for us especially during the winter months. Many of us were totally tortured with skin ripping off due to acne treatments […]
Today’s post comes from Suresh (@ssureshbabu68) who in his quest for a bath product that won’t give him body acne hit upon Fiama Di Wills Men Aqua Pulse. He shares his experience using both gel and bar versions. * applause * If you’ve used this gel, please take a minute to share your review of […]
Today’s post comes from Anuja (@anujaaggarwal) who shares her story of how addressing her vitamin D deficiency is helping improve her skin by leaps and bounds. As you will see in the post, she struggled with stubborn acne and tried almost everything, with unimpressive results. It wasn’t until the underlying vitamin D deficiency was detected […]
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Yet it cleanses well...but not good for apst3 people...not suiting my skin.may be good for apst 1 or 2....
It gives fair results..do not have any effect on under eye dark circles...but marks are fading for me using it since two months....
This night cream has good reviews everywhere but for me it gave a sticky feeling on application and i also woke up with a cystic acne on my chin....it moisturizes well in winters but not recommended ...
@shweta188, I too have very sensitive skin and get hard red under the skin bumps! try metrogyl first and see if it helps you. or you could try retino A at night as spot treatment. Take a qtip/cotton bud and apply a very tiny amount on the hard bumps. It does help to suppress them. Dont use retino A all over the face if your skin is very sensitive.
Thanks @leenajd so i will go for metrogyl plus now…i have very sensitive skin..so do u think retino A can suit me…i was too tempted to try it after seeing @lalitha ‘s progress with it but considering my sensitive skin,i finally decided to go with milder options first…does metrogyl help with hard,red,under the skin bumps?clindamycin dries…[Read more]
I have pimples since last 10 years and have been on treatments for a long time. During the treatment acne reduces and it resumes once I stop taking medicines. As of now I have 5- 6 small acne breakouts on my skin, the basic problem is the small red pimples and the marks on my cheeks since last one year. They do not increase or decrease in…[Read more]
@shweta188, try Metrogyl plus! Its really working well for me. I am using it from yesterday and the red bump reduced in size and already drying. My cystic acne used to stay for weeks but metrogyl plus is helping. Also spot treating the bumps in the initial stages with Retino A also helps a lot. I sometimes use Retino A for spot treatment and…[Read more]
@sumit thanks for sharing ur routine…but is not sebonac too strong for sensitive skin?is it suiting u without any issues?i tried it twice…i did not feel any stinging or irritation after applying it but the next day i got a white head over my completely healed pimple which was a mark but sebonac gave it a white head….also how is kojivit…[Read more]