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  1. Reija, I never considered that! I will use a thicker moisturizer starting tonight, and see how it goes!! Thank you I think Benzyl Peroxide is what is causing my brown spots, not sure what will fix exisiting spots though.
  2. Hey Jen I spoke to both my doc and a Naturopath. Doc put me on antibiotics for 2 months and that did not help. Naturopath recommended supplements: Turmeric, Pantothenic Acid - which I took. It does reduce my acne but the spots from older ones are my big issue, as also dull, darkened skin.
  3. Ladies, I am a 35-old gal of Indian origin, brown skinned. I have oily/combination acne prone skin. I was doing ok till I had my first baby and then now after 5 years, my skin started breaking out as hell. Below is my skin care routine: Morning: Paula’s Choice skin balancing Resist toner Paula’s choice 2% BHA exfoliator Serumtologie Vit C serum Paula’s Choice sunscreen spf 30 Night Dr Dennis Gross daily Alpha-Beta peel Insta Natural Retinol serum Paula’s Choice hydrating light moisturizer When things break-out bad, I use Dr. Dennis Gross acne clearing treatment pads and sometimes 10% Benzyl Peroxide gel. I also use weekly, Ren Radiance peel. My issue is this - While I am able to get rid of the acne in or 1 or 2 days, they leave brown spots. I just don’t seem to be able to get rid of these spots My skin is dull and lacks brightness. The brightening serums I use obviously don’t seem to be working Any helpful advice is greatly appreciated!!!
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