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Skin Care Review: Differin

by Margie, Boston, MA


Within a few days my skin cleared up dramatically and my skin lightened

My skin became very dry and became irritated so i had to use it every other day

Whithin a few days of using this product, my skin cleared up drastically and my skin seemed to lightened. I was using it twice a day but i found that using it in the morning before going out caused my skin to become very irritated and itchy so i used it at night about an hour before going to bed. My skin continued to clear but it also became very, very dry and red. I began to use it every other night and the redness and dryness decreased. After my skin got used to this product i was able to use it more often without irratatin.

I have used many acne medications and this is by far the best one.

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