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Should I switch skincare products?

Should I switch skincare products? Topic: Should I switch skincare products?
June 20, 2019 / By Dorothea
Question: I have very sensitive acne prone skin, naturally I was drawn to Neutrogena's Skin id system, which is a three step skin regimen "made just for me". I've been using Skin Id for over 7 weeks now. I have seen improvements on and off, but my skin is still not clear and it's still breaking out, right now especially for whatever reason. Usually I have some luck with the Skin Id spot treatment, but on this particular breakout, it doesn't seem to be doing the trick. Previously, it took about two days to see some results with the spot treatment. I'm afraid my skin has gotten used to it. I just want my skin to clear up and without leaving nasty scars behind! I had confidence with this product in the beginning, but now not so much. My face looks awful right now. I'm wondering if it's a good idea to stop using Skin Id and try something different for awhile? I'm very picky about this kind of thing. Any suggestions would be of great help. Some additional details: I do everything in my power to keep my skin in good shape, Maintain a healthy diet (I stay away from sugar the best I can) I make sure to use only oil free, natural makeup on my face. I drink TONS of water. Like, I said, EVERYTHING in my power to keep it under control. Also, please do not suggest I use proactive, because I have, three times actually, it does not work.
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Cath Cath | 6 days ago
Aveda has a beautiful acne line, and it's very gentle even for sensitive skin. It includes a foaming cleanser, medicated pads and moisturizer. It's all natural and plant-derived and is good for very sensitive skin. It's called Outer Peace.
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Cath Originally Answered: Should I switch skincare products?
Aveda has a beautiful acne line, and it's very gentle even for sensitive skin. It includes a foaming cleanser, medicated pads and moisturizer. It's all natural and plant-derived and is good for very sensitive skin. It's called Outer Peace.

Annabelle Annabelle
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Winthrop Winthrop
If you're already doing everything right then it's not you, it's probably genetic. At this point you need to see a dermatologist so that you can get a prescription that will work.
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Shamus Shamus
i just found the blog regarding skincare product and free tips.Hope this can help you. http://freebeautyguide.blogspot.com/
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Shamus Originally Answered: What are the best skincare products for acne-prone skin?
Proactiv didn't work for me, I've tried so many things and nothing ever works.. The only thing that works for me is 'Minocycline', which was prescribed by my dermatologist. I have a lot of acne and am so thankful something finally works. I highly recommend it. Also important is EPA DHA.... If you want to control acne breakouts, you need to supplement your diet with fish oils which contain omega-3 and omega-6 oils. These fish oil also contains EPA and DHA fatty acids which are necessary for creating prostaglandins. Postaglandins also keep androgen hormones in control so that excess sebum is not produce in the hair follicle, which results in acne. Umm yeah the last part is a little crazy lol but it does help!!

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