Gustuhin ko man, I was never gifted with clear, flawless skin. I even had really bad acne back in highschool.. Although I don't fuss about it too much, I still try to find ways to minimize the redness and breakouts that appear from time to time, especially during my "red flag" days.
I've tried a lot of the best selling facial cleansers/wash that's out in the market but the closest that I ever got to having clear skin was when I used The Body Shop's tea tree soap (read my review about it here). The rest would just be too strong for me (too strong that it would leave my face super dry and feel like sandpaper) or sometimes, it would work for about 2 weeks and then all of a sudden, its like I'd be immune from it.
Just before I left Manila, I consulted a dermatologist about my skin problem. She suggested that I use Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser for my face along with some other cream/medications that I was supposed to put on every morning and every evening.
I was a bit hesitant to use Cetaphil because