Hi Angie! I went to my dermatologist today and he removed many sebaceous hyperplasia (blocked sebaceous glands) lesions from my face. He also prescribed Retin A. I’ve never used Retin A but at 50 years old, I’m excited to start. My question is can I simply add the Retin A to my skin care routine and continue using all the products I’m currently using? I use the timeless serums A E Ferulic, coQ10, Matrixl 3000 and a moisturizer at night. In the morning I use the coQ10, Matrixl 3000 and a moisturizer. Can I just add the Retin A to this routine without making any other changes? I know I need to start using sunscreen on a daily basis and I will. Love your videos. Keep up the good work!
While at the previous election there had been a record 148 MPs not standing for re-election,  the 2015 election saw 90 MPs standing down.  These comprised 38 Conservative, 37 Labour, 10 Liberal Democrat, 3 Independent, 1 Sinn Féin and 1 Plaid Cymru MP. The highest-profile members of parliament leaving were: Gordon Brown , a former Prime Minister, Leader of the Labour Party (both 2007–2010) and Chancellor of the Exchequer (1997–2007); and William Hague , the outgoing First Secretary of State and Leader of the House of Commons and former Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs (2010–2014), Leader of the Conservative Party and Leader of the Opposition (both 1997–2001).  Alongside Brown and Hague, 17 former cabinet ministers stood down at the election, including Stephen Dorrell , Jack Straw , Alistair Darling , David Blunkett , Sir Malcolm Rifkind and Dame Tessa Jowell .  The highest profile Liberal Democrat to stand down was former leader Sir Menzies Campbell , while the longest-serving MP (the " Father of the House ") Sir Peter Tapsell also retired, having served from 1959 to 1964 and then continuously since the 1966 general election .