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Is This A Coincidence?!

Posted by smsm, 07 May 2013 · 521 views

the regimen
well,,i'm confused now!!
 
after four days on the regimen i decided to quit after my face burned badly ...
 
today (three days later ) 95% of redness in gone,, and,,,,,,,i have no "new" pimples or zits or any kind of acne!!i haven't woken up with nothing new on my face for soooo long!!!!
my left cheek has no acne at all now!!just red spots with no,,(hmm i don't know how say it)...no texture?!just red spots!
my right cheek still has three ones (they were newborns when i started the regimen).. i really hope and pray they would just die like the others without any reproduction!! :'( and of course i still have red spots too...

so,,was it b.p??? does it have a "four days" magical effect??or may face was meant to start clearing up during last week?? was it a coincidence??
 
should i apply b.p on these three bastards??? (not on my whole face)  

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Nice! I also had a quick reaction with BP. Though I did have a few breakouts after that but eventually it stabalised and my skin was pretty much clear!

Nice! I also had a quick reaction with BP. Though I did have a few breakouts after that but eventually it stabalised and my skin was pretty much clear!

did u gave up on like i did??or you were still on it when ur face eventually cleared ??

(edited comment)>>>>>>>>i have just sneaked a peak at ur profile and now i know ur story :)
thx for stopping by :)

try applying your bp...let it sink in and then add an spf oil free moisturizer with spf 30 or higher and keep steppin'...never give up on acne treatments..they work long term and bp is one of the best...If you have a severe sunburn..let it heal first and then begin your regimen again...but don't quote me on that..call your dermatologist's nurse and get some some real advice on how to proceed...:)

try applying your bp...let it sink in and then add an spf oil free moisturizer with spf 30 or higher and keep steppin'...never give up on acne treatments..they work long term and bp is one of the best...If you have a severe sunburn..let it heal first and then begin your regimen again...but don't quote me on that..call your dermatologist's nurse and get some some real advice on how to proceed...smile.png

well the only derm available now (covered by my insurance) is a 1000 years old doctor who doesn't seem to trust anything except for "Zineryt" !! so i'll pass :P

btw the burn was caused by b.p itself not a real "sun"burn..that's why i had to stop it..

thx for ur advice :)

I'm glad your skin is calming down! maybe it's time to just stick to spot treatments huh @___@;;

I would keep using it, but perhaps mix it with some moisturising lotion or just use a thin layer? I doubt it's a coincidence if it's the first time without a new zit.

I'm glad your skin is calming down! maybe it's time to just stick to spot treatments huh @___@;;

thxx dear i'm so happy too!! :')

I would keep using it, but perhaps mix it with some moisturising lotion or just use a thin layer? I doubt it's a coincidence if it's the first time without a new zit.

yea u are right!!i'm considering mixing it with something but only as a spot treatment! 

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