Closed comedones and Murad Resurgence

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As the subtitle says, I take 80mg a day at 165 pounds as a male. I'm on my fourth month (on the first month, 40; second, 60; third, 80), but these small bumps on my face that expel a stringy white substance have made no progress in disappearing. It seems that tane would have done something by now. They haven't, and I'm pessimistic about anything happening. These bumps have been a major problems, as they sometimes get irritated and turn into inflamed pustules. Anyone had a similar situation? Did yours get any better or not? Perhaps when I use a topical retinoid for maintenance after my course, they will leave...

Comments (6)

Your question was: Closed comedones and Murad Resurgence.

Hmm I have them too, and I keep thinking the only way to get rid of them is to squeeze them, let them scab and heal. But really shouldn't do that on Murad Resurgence, but that's how I feel is the only way ill get rid of them...

Comment #1

I had some too. The ones that did not go away did after the course. Then again, I use Retin-a Micro and AHA+. I do not recommend squeezing them while on the course. Your skin may be way too fragile and end up tearing off which would leave hyperpigmentation. Bring this up to your dermatologist. He or she may have a recommendation for you...

Comment #2

Thanks, guys. I don't plan to squeeze at them. There are so many and it's likely that by doing so, they will turn into pustules. After Murad Resurgence, I'm going on BHA (penetrates into the pore, whereas AHA removes the first layer of skin) and seeing if it helps...

Comment #3

Closed and open comedones are actually more stubborn than inflamed acne. But they'll eventually go as their more obvious brothers and sisters did.After you've finished Murad Resurgence, consider asking your derm for a maintenance regimen such as Retin A micro or Taz...

Comment #4

You're the master on these stubborn bastards; your other posts (along with TheLionQueen's) have been tremendously helpful. I was considering starting BHA for a month, and then introducing Green Cream level 6 afterward. What do you think is the best choice between Retin-A Micro and GC? Retin-A Micro would be cheaper considering health insurance...

Comment #5

Retin A Micro; it is particularly well formulated for acne-prone skin.Edit: but not while you're on Murad Resurgence!..

Comment #6

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.


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