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... A Micro for about 2 months, i think, and i really hated it! it made the skin around the corners of my nose and mouth looked like sun dried tomato. ugh! ... (1 replies)
... I've been using differin gel at bedtime for 6 weeks. I use MD Forte II facial cleanser bid and Clindagel in the am. ... (6 replies)
... hi, i have some samples for differin that i may try after i get back from the beach. but last time i tried differin it made my skin very very burned... i was miserable! ... (4 replies)

... I think Differin is a lot better so far. ... (9 replies)
... My skin did eventually get used to it,but in the winter when my skin was drier,I had to cut back to just a few times a week or I was a peeling mess. ... (2 replies)
... before you actually see an inflamed lesion. So the first few months can be horrid. But, after a week or so you'll notice right away anything new on your face stops and it's just healing from there. ... (2 replies)
... around my chin. I also have very, very bad body acne. I have very, very bad red marks also. It's not cystic, mostly just whiteheads and red bumps that come to a head but never have any color but red to them. ... (3 replies)
... a micro...which one worked better for you? ... (17 replies)
Retin-A Micro
Jul 28, 2004
... Fray, yeah I've read all of the site and what to expect. I just didn't expect another breakout because I was using Differin a month before switching to this. ... (7 replies)
... I think Differin Cream and Retin-A micro, the "improved" versions, would probably not benefit you because the reason that the cream and micro is better is that they are able to make much better contact with the skin, which is helpful for two reasons. First, the creams will cause much less irritation, and secondly, they will be able to work in much less time.. Some... (3 replies)
... i was just curious if anyone has used differin gel and then used the cream. if so, which do you think is better. ... (3 replies)
... I have tried everything to treat my acne. I tried Differin and it was okay. It more so controlled the acne I didn't get as many break outs all the time but I still got breakouts. ... (3 replies)
... A or any topical for a couples days on and then off is only going to make you look worse! ... (15 replies)
... After like 5 weeks, it slowly started to get use to it, but even then my face still was dry and hurts. Bascially it was red a lot. ... (17 replies)
... When Differin didn't work too well for me, I was prescribed Tazorac (which is like Retin A). My skin is 100 times better... I'm actually happy with my complection. However, Tazorac requires patients, as when you first begin applying it, it will burn and make your skin red. Eventually, your skin will adjust... and then FREEDOM from acne. (13 replies)
... and either oral or topical antibiotic to start. ... (7 replies)
... Not to mention the initial breakout was absolutely horrible the first month or two. But, all in all it worked extremely well after a few months. ... (2 replies)
... a which i've used for many years. aside from my pores becoming really big, i have noticed that i'm getting a lot of blackheads on my nose and cheeks which has never really happened before. ... (2 replies)
... combo skin that might be sensitive also. I'm sure the gel absorbs better into the skin. If the gel didn't work for you then the cream will not either. ... (4 replies)
... I currently use Differin and have a month supply left. I don't think it has done any big improvement on my face. Someone else in my house uses Retin A, not Retin A Micro, but skin has really improved in 6 months. I was thinking of trying Retin A since we already have it. ... (1 replies)




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