Rosy I was on yawning too as well and my face broke out immediately after I stopped. Just trying face masks and washing my face 3broke times a day, might get some more epiduo from a dermatologist cause it has worked for me b4.
I had been on the pill to help with acne so I was worried. I started using proactiv and I haven't had any major issues. I still get the occasional spot, but nothing severe, they cover easily and clear up quickly. I recommend it if you're really having trouble.
just an update, went to doctors today after one to many looks in the mirror
she gave me this cream 'duac once daily gel' looked it up on google, some really good reviews and doesnt affect ttc. have plastered myself in it just now so hopefully it will do the trick.
I started taking yaz my junior year of hs cause my acne was bad.
Since stopping the pill my skins been decent! But in the last 3 months I have been breaking out slightly. (hopefully these means the medicine is all out of system and my pregnancy chances have gone up!). I've been using the Ponds daily wipes for at night and dove soap for sensitive skin in the morning.
Though I had a different job before and I found I had to use the wipes like 3 times a day.
FYI: ur makeup can make things worse depending on the foundation. Also your makeup sponge or brush can irritate your skin. I couldn't keep up with cleaning my sponge or replacing it often enough so I just use my fingers now after washing first of course.
Also for spots or discoloration Clinique has a skin correcter for 50bucks I believe. It works well and lasts a long time. The pumps are small and u only need one pump a day.
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