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    Hi everyone,
    just wondered if anyone was using pyratine-6 and finacea?? If so, how are you finding it and what times are you using the products??
    thanks
    moom
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    finacea (on occasional spot), 20+ x IPL and 17+ low level PDL (n-light)

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    Quote Originally Posted by moomy View Post
    Hi everyone,
    just wondered if anyone was using pyratine-6 and finacea?? If so, how are you finding it and what times are you using the products??
    thanks
    moom
    Hi Moomy,
    I am using Pyratine-6 cream twice a day, morning and evening after a shower. I would say that it has helped my facial redness overall about 30%, the cream itself has caused no outbreaks thus far and seems to have a calming effect when I apply it.

    Currently into week 6 of usage and whilst I have to admit it is no " miracle cream " I am certainly now worse of for it.

    I would give it 6 /10

    MD

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    Hi Moomy,

    I use Finacea mixed with part moisteriser in the morning before I put on makeup. Then at night, I use the Pyratine 6 lotion. This seems to be working for me, my face is still really clear post Accutane (think the Finacea helps keep it that way) and the Pyratine helps soothe and calm at night. My redness is reduced a little since using the Pyratine lotion.

    Hope this helps.

    Yvette

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    thanks,
    I was just interested because pyratine-6 seems to prolong cell life and I think finacea makes cells renew faster, (thus perhaps shortening cell life???) I want to try both, one in the morning and one at night but wondered if this possible contradiction could cause complications??
    dx early 2006.
    current stategy;
    finacea (on occasional spot), 20+ x IPL and 17+ low level PDL (n-light)

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    Hey Moomy,

    It's true, they both are different. The Finacea is going to help keep pores clear and aid in skin shedding wheras the Pyratine is non-acidic and a soothing anti-aging lotion. They work well for me, the Finacea keeps my skin clear and brings up the better, newer skin and the Pyratine helps soothe and plump up the skin.

    Yvette

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    Thanks Yvette,
    do you feel your skin texture has improved??
    dx early 2006.
    current stategy;
    finacea (on occasional spot), 20+ x IPL and 17+ low level PDL (n-light)

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