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Silk'n Blue Acne Light Therapy Treatment Device
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on 2/5/2017 8:28:00 AM
More reviews by jimsland
Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Cool
Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine
I've dealt with acne since I was 12. Did the whole derm route with different creams, Spiro, etc. At 30 did 5 months of Accutane and had a great year, then It came back. Mostly chin and jaw. Terrible. I found Paula's Choice 2% BHA liquid and it solved *most* of the bigger issues (and it will always be an HG and in my medicine cabinet), but still had problems with closed comedones, blackheads etc. Now, I'm 44. So it's keeping acne AND wrinkles at bay. First batch ingredients:– tretinoin 0.009% (unclogs pores and improves skin texture)– clindamycin 1% (antibacterial and anti-inflammatory)– azelaic acid 9% (antibacterial that also fights redness and hyperpigmentation) Gave good results. Next shipment we upped the tretinoin to .018%. Things were good. I was looking to get rid of subscriptions to save $$$. So cancelled this for a few months. Bad idea! Just got back on it at the script I left off with. Some minor purging, but it's also REALLY helping hyperpigmentation fade quickly. I will not be going back off of it again. Also very happy with service, response time, information, and personal attention. Rachel Rivard, NP-C is my provider.
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on 7/28/2015 7:33:00 PM
More reviews by therubyprincess
Skin: Very Oily, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium
Fine program if your skin falls within the parameters of their range of formulas. I used tret/azelaic/clindamycin). However, the base clogged and the azelaic burned me. Because it was bundled I had stop all 3 treatments. It's all packed into one creamy gel. And if the creamy gel is too rich for your skin you are out of luck. Interactions with dr / customer service was fine but a bit rote. Again, a fine deal if it works for you. As always, all things skincare are ymmv.
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