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June 16, 2019 / By Kegan
Question: hey, I am 11 yrs old and I have mild acne. like only on my forehead and one on my nose, I really really really hate it cause no one else has pimples except like a few people. it is kind of embarrassing.... anyways my brother uses Netrogeana Oil free acne wash and it works good on him but I tried it and it made my face smooth but caused more acne and my face was acually kind of bumpy. So anyways my mom says I am too young and I don't need acne products even though my brother used it when he was 11 (actually.... he had way more pimples) sorry I am talking so much anyways does skinID work before I ask my mom to waste money on it? how much is it? my brothers used Proactiv and it didn't work for them so I'm not trying that.... ugh sorry I'm talking so much (i tend to do that lol) So if you have used it then how long does it take for your face to clear up... if it did? thanks!
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Henrie Henrie | 8 days ago
1.Wash your face twice a day with cleanser and toner. DONT use a facecloth, it spreads the bacteria! And when drying your face, pat dry with a clean towel, dont drag it over your skin cos again, it'll spread. 2.Keep your hair off your face, especially fringes and layers (spreading bacteria!). 3. Don't touch your face with your hands if you can help it, and dont let others touch it (again with the spreading!). 4. At night, tie back your hair and make sure you change your pillow case regularly. 5. If you wear make up, make sure to get rid of it all at night. In fact, try not to wear make up at all, give your face a chance to breathe. If you really cant go without it, then try at least one day a week, maybe if you're staying home. 6. For really red spots, use sudocreme at night to take away redness. Also, toothpaste- this does sting some people, though. 7. Drink LOTS of water every day! I mean, lots! 8. Watch your diet. Lots of sugar (even in fruit) is terrible for your skin, as is greasy fatty foods. Eat lots of vegetables, and again with the water! ;) 9. Get at least 8 hours sleep every night to give you body a chance to rest and catch up. If this doesn't help after a few weeks, see your doctor and they'll prescribe something for you. Sometimes girls go on the contraceptive pill to help their skin, but this is fairly extreme, and you may not need to go that far. Good luck! :)
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Henrie Originally Answered: Netrogeana SkinID????
1.Wash your face twice a day with cleanser and toner. DONT use a facecloth, it spreads the bacteria! And when drying your face, pat dry with a clean towel, dont drag it over your skin cos again, it'll spread. 2.Keep your hair off your face, especially fringes and layers (spreading bacteria!). 3. Don't touch your face with your hands if you can help it, and dont let others touch it (again with the spreading!). 4. At night, tie back your hair and make sure you change your pillow case regularly. 5. If you wear make up, make sure to get rid of it all at night. In fact, try not to wear make up at all, give your face a chance to breathe. If you really cant go without it, then try at least one day a week, maybe if you're staying home. 6. For really red spots, use sudocreme at night to take away redness. Also, toothpaste- this does sting some people, though. 7. Drink LOTS of water every day! I mean, lots! 8. Watch your diet. Lots of sugar (even in fruit) is terrible for your skin, as is greasy fatty foods. Eat lots of vegetables, and again with the water! ;) 9. Get at least 8 hours sleep every night to give you body a chance to rest and catch up. If this doesn't help after a few weeks, see your doctor and they'll prescribe something for you. Sometimes girls go on the contraceptive pill to help their skin, but this is fairly extreme, and you may not need to go that far. Good luck! :)

Elishua Elishua
I've had acne ever since I was young like you and I know that is embarrassing to have acne at that age. My skin is super sensitive. I used every kind of product imaginable. A lot of things didn't work for me. I recently started using SkinID, and it does work. However you have to be committed, because it is 3 steps, and you have to do it every day. If you use it consistently, it works wonderfully. But if you only use it now and then, it won't work, like most products. It's $40, but worth it if you're going to use like you're suppose to. (: Hope I helped.
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Chester Chester
i haven't used skin id but i think you are young . you may want to try using these things when you are at least thirteen. i am 13 i have acne too but i dont use anything i just drink alot of water and then all the pimples just simply go away
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Alysdare Alysdare
I also have a similar concern. I heard Proactive dries out your pores and skin very actually yet works like a attraction. So i recommend getting the fairway tea moisturizer with it, it makes your pores and skin comfortable. i've got in no way heard something approximately SkinID nonetheless yet i'm specific it somewhat is positive to. playstation . Clearisol (no it is not spelled precise lol yet you get what i recommend) works relatively properly to. you will need lotion for that .
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Alysdare Originally Answered: Netrogeana SkinID????
1.Wash your face twice a day with cleanser and toner. DONT use a facecloth, it spreads the bacteria! And when drying your face, pat dry with a clean towel, dont drag it over your skin cos again, it'll spread. 2.Keep your hair off your face, especially fringes and layers (spreading bacteria!). 3. Don't touch your face with your hands if you can help it, and dont let others touch it (again with the spreading!). 4. At night, tie back your hair and make sure you change your pillow case regularly. 5. If you wear make up, make sure to get rid of it all at night. In fact, try not to wear make up at all, give your face a chance to breathe. If you really cant go without it, then try at least one day a week, maybe if you're staying home. 6. For really red spots, use sudocreme at night to take away redness. Also, toothpaste- this does sting some people, though. 7. Drink LOTS of water every day! I mean, lots! 8. Watch your diet. Lots of sugar (even in fruit) is terrible for your skin, as is greasy fatty foods. Eat lots of vegetables, and again with the water! ;) 9. Get at least 8 hours sleep every night to give you body a chance to rest and catch up. If this doesn't help after a few weeks, see your doctor and they'll prescribe something for you. Sometimes girls go on the contraceptive pill to help their skin, but this is fairly extreme, and you may not need to go that far. Good luck! :)

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