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By DeepCleanAcne - / Saturday 2 September 2017 20:00 /
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By  SarBear23  |  13

i dont know why after so long you didnt stop using it. if my acne wasn't going down, and i was using a product that wasnt providing results after one month, i would find something else. like 10 year of using one product? no results? geez.

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  SteffiTheSmile  |  24

I would guess maybe the product seemed like it was helping right after use it if it reduced some actual acne before a delayed allergic reaction caused more spots to grow later on.

By  SarBear23  |  13

i dont know why after so long you didnt stop using it. if my acne wasn't going down, and i was using a product that wasnt providing results after one month, i would find something else. like 10 year of using one product? no results? geez.

By  RichardPencil  |  22

One visit to a dermatologist and they’d have told you to not use that product. (Actually, if you visited any person with an ounce of common sense, they’d tell you that something that hasn’t worked in ten years is unlikely to work anytime soon.)

By  Lobby_Bee  |  15

I've never had intense acne, but I would assume if off the counter products didn't work, you would seek professional for help and prescription medication for it.

By  phaelnb  |  24

How does that happen? You said you had acne before so you started using it, but then the product was causing the acne, how? Also, allergic reactions are really different from acne, if the lesion pattern changed you should have noticed

By  yeongji  |  27

A month? Fine. 6 months? Ok. 10 years? Not ok! When something makes you break out or makes what you are trying to heal worse than you started, that is usually not a good sign. Sure, there are some products that do that before the healing stages happen, but no product will take ten years for it to get better.

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