Re: Differin Gel Long-Term Experiences?
Hey User! Nice name! Anyways, it sounds like those that stuck with Differin for a year + have had nice results. I'm going to stick with it... As for you quitting... I think it all depends. I'm 18 and i've only had acne since my mid teens. My sister had the same condition when she was my age, but when she hit 20 years or so, her acne began fading out (without any medication). This leads me to believe that my acne is hormonal and may only last during my teens. When I hit 20 or 21, I intend to stop any treatment. I'd prefer not to have treatment if it is not necessary. It's all a personal choice. I know continuing the use of Differin gel could be very costly... so if you feel that you are pretty clear, it could be a good idea to quit I suppose. If things go bad, you can always get back on Differin.