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    Alot of teenagers like me are really concerned about our skin porblems. I feel that it will be very beneficial for the community to share their experiences on what to do when these problems occur.

    So to start of i will ask my first question.
    I have moderate/mild acne problem and i have tried a few products from like 'boots' and 'superdrug' but dont work. what should i do?
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    (Original post by MEPLUS-->YOU)
    Alot of teenagers like me are really concerned about our skin porblems. I feel that it will be very beneficial for the community to share their experiences on what to do when these problems occur.

    So to start of i will ask my first question.
    I have moderate/mild acne problem and i have tried a few products from like 'boots' and 'superdrug' but dont work. what should i do?
    I have the same problem. I don't know but my doctor (a few years back) recommended this :

    http://www.chemistdirect.co.uk/panox...ck_1_5411.html - I can't really say much about it as the two I got via prescription got lost but a couple of girls in my class said that my skin looked good when I was using it for a couple of days.

    I'm going to try this when I place my Superdrug order tomorrow

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/HRI-Clear-Co...0574439&sr=1-2 - Boots do their own version and I don't know if these natural remedies work but it's a good option.

    Currently, I'm using the Garnier Exfo Brusher and Pure Active Moisturiser (I can't find it at the moment though)

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/product-revi...owViewpoints=1

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Garnier-Skin...d_sim_beauty_4

    It's working pretty well. I can't say as my skin has it's good and bad days (I don't why)

    Good luck and hopefully you find a treatment.

    You should also try masks such as: http://www.superdrug.com/face-masks/...e/invt/560103/

    Also, specific clay masks are good like this http://www.superdrug.com/face-masks/...k/invt/537292/ but natural ones from ebay can be brought.

    I never tried eating healthy but it might work and drinking tons of water is good for health (I drink 4 glasses on a regular basis, not good as 8 but better than nothing)

    Good luck and hopefully you find a treatment that works and I hope that all of us acne-ridden sufferers will one day find a cure or it just goes away naturally.
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    (Original post by AnonymousRules!)
    I have the same problem. I don't know but my doctor (a few years back) recommended this :

    http://www.chemistdirect.co.uk/panox...ck_1_5411.html - I can't really say much about it as the two I got via prescription got lost but a couple of girls in my class said that my skin looked good when I was using it for a couple of days.

    I'm going to try this when I place my Superdrug order tomorrow

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/HRI-Clear-Co...0574439&sr=1-2 - Boots do their own version and I don't know if these natural remedies work but it's a good option.

    Currently, I'm using the Garnier Exfo Brusher and Pure Active Moisturiser (I can't find it at the moment though)

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/product-revi...owViewpoints=1

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Garnier-Skin...d_sim_beauty_4

    It's working pretty well. I can't say as my skin has it's good and bad days (I don't why)

    Good luck and hopefully you find a treatment.

    You should also try masks such as: http://www.superdrug.com/face-masks/...e/invt/560103/

    Also, specific clay masks are good like this http://www.superdrug.com/face-masks/...k/invt/537292/ but natural ones from ebay can be brought.

    I never tried eating healthy but it might work and drinking tons of water is good for health (I drink 4 glasses on a regular basis, not good as 8 but better than nothing)

    Good luck and hopefully you find a treatment that works and I hope that all of us acne-ridden sufferers will one day find a cure or it just goes away naturally.
    Thank you but i tried some of those products...dont do much though..
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    (Original post by MEPLUS-->YOU)
    Alot of teenagers like me are really concerned about our skin porblems. I feel that it will be very beneficial for the community to share their experiences on what to do when these problems occur.

    So to start of i will ask my first question.
    I have moderate/mild acne problem and i have tried a few products from like 'boots' and 'superdrug' but dont work. what should i do?
    Have you tried lush? Go in an explain what's wrong and they'll find something that should sort it out! Works for me!

    Also I get really dry skin but an oily T zone, does anyone know some REALLY good combination skin ... Stuff? That isn't too dear.

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