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    Unetia posted:
    I had that same problem I had been on birth control for 20yrs and after I stop using it my pimples were far worse than I ever had a teenager. I clean my face morning and night with a good facial cleaners (drug store purchase) and I put Clean & Clear Advantage on as a moisturizer every morning before I put on my makeup and before I go to bed. It took a minute for my skin to take affect (about a month). If its to dry for use you can still use your regular moisturizer ( I use both) this is my everyday routine, its been about three years. You may still get that monthly pimple or if you eat something that activate pimples but it worked for me.
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