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26 Sep 2008

RE Post 172

I took your advice and went to a dermatologist. He strongly advised me not to go for the second peel, and has put me on a anti biotic, as he says my skin i quite blocked, and i have many pimples. He also gave me Differin gel and a sunscreen to use. After a month i am to go back for a checkup, and then he said we will treat from their onwards.

Should my skin be so blocked after having " treatments"  and then the major peel?

I am not sure if i should complain, or just let things be.

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Anti-ageing expert

01 Jan 0001

Hi Kb, thanks for the update and my apologies for the delay with my answer but I have just come back from a congress.

Occasionally people do experience an acne outbreak following a peel which may be a reaction to the ingredient used or one of its preservatives. It would help to know the exact name of the peeling agent used (the actuall ingredient used).
My advice would be to let the beauty therapist or owner know as the company Nimue should be aware of any adverse reactions following one of their peeling agents. Nimue is a reputable company that does spend time with research into their products and as such should be informed.
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