Not acne related, but it was so much fun. It was part of a flash mob put on by Flash Mob America, a group that puts on flash mobs all across the country. This particular mob was sponsored by Urthecast, which takes HD video of the earth from space. They had a helicopter and a film crew there filming everything. Have a look if you want!
Orders for Acne.org products have remained strong and I was able to give another $2000 to Power Over Prejudice, an organization that helps middle school students dispell stereotypes and celebrate diversity. I gave them $2000 last year as well. May the world keep getting better and better!
We’re hiring a programmer to help with Acne.org on a project basis. It could easily end up being full time for the right person. If you are an experienced web developer and/or programmer or know of someone, check out our ad on Craigslist.
A while back I mentioned that I wanted to get more of you guys represented on Acne.org in the form of videos of people performing the face, back, body, and neck Regimen, as well as some other stuff. I went ahead and made a new self-service page of Acne.org for this purpose. Please take a look if you have a sec. I haven’t launched it yet because I’m still uncertain about the product giveaway part of it. Here’s what I’m struggling with…
1. Do you think I should give away products in exchange for people submitting videos?
2. If so, should I give away more or less than I list on the page?
I would love your input on this before I go live with it. I don’t want to say any more because I don’t want to color your opinion either way. Please just give me your gut read if you don’t mind.
Hey you guys. I’m wondering which SPF you guys are using. As always, I’m on the look out for non-comedogenic SPFs that take care of the flakiness from benzoyl peroxide. They’re pretty impossible to find and while I keep trying to make one myself, I thought one of you might have a secret product that you’ve been hiding from me. If so, please reply below with the exact name of the SPF you use and tell me why you like it. If I haven’t tried it already, I’ll give it a go.
- Feel like you want to apply AHA+ but don’t want the full whammy of 10% glycolic acid?
- Feel like you want to apply Acne.org Moisturizer but want to give it a kick of AHA?
- Feel like using AHA+ often but find that it’s too much for every night?
The answer: Mix them together. I do this quite a bit, for all of the above reasons. Because I formulated both products to be compatible, you can mix them together without issue in any ratio you’d like. Just something I wanted to put out there.
I finally got a new how-to Regimen video filmed showing me using the new Acne.org Moisturizer with licochalcone. Feel free to take a look and please, don’t be intimidated by my high level editing skillz. Heh. Not!
After decades of sparse research, the scientific community is finally sinking its teeth into the subject of diet and acne. Even though nobody knows exactly how diet and acne are related, we’re starting to get some data. To get yourself up to date on all the latest information, visit the new Diet and Acne page here at acne.org.
One of the topics I came across in my recent research was chemical peels. I realized Acne.org was missing a chemical peels page so I went ahead and made one. Have a read to get the full story. Here’s a quick bottom line:
Based on six recent articles printed in respected medical journals regarding chemical peels and acne, the concensus is that chemical peels seem to help reduce acne more than placebo, but not by much. They can be a fun adjunct to acne therapy, but probably should not be relied upon to produce significant clearing.