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Starting The Regimen Day 1 Completed

Best Answer Sasch83, 31 December 2012 - 09:04 AM

I am so proud of you girl for focusing on you! I know how hard things have been with your skin and your personal life but you still moved forward.

All the best for 2013, good luck in school and may all your dreams come true - you are truly a beautiful soul Go to the full post

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#341 Michelle Reece

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Posted 01 March 2014 - 11:16 PM

I will be posting a picture very soon!


It is much cheaper. I bottle of that acne supplement was around 40$ and would only last be 16 days! lol so yeah going out and buying them individually in bulk proved to be the way to go. I posted some links to people from acne.org who were using some of the supplement where I began this regimen. But if I could guess I could think it is B5, l-cysteine, and Niacin + Vitamin C. One of the links I posted included a gentleman who had pretty bad acne and got clear with those supplements, and I honestly think is it them. But you are right it is too hard to tell exactly.


I am glad BP is keeping you relatively clear. If I would recommend you any I would recommend for sure B5 (pantothetic acid), Vitamin C, Niacin, and L-cysteine based on my progress and the story of one guy on acne.org. I have been using lemon juice as a toner every night and every evening and my brown spots are fading pretty fast. I would definitely recommend this! It has AHA which exfoliates and removes dead skin and is a natural lightening agent. 


I went from using the regimen with 90% success, but now at 100% no breakouts is much better because I am not dealign with new spots to get rid of you know? I hope things work out for you, I am rooting for you! 

Sorry Lily and Michelle it wont let me quote you guys by the way!


It has to do with the emoticons. Just delete the emoticon if you need to quote.


How many milligrams are you taking? It's difficult to overdose on Vitamin B5, but it is possible for Vitamin B3. If you don't feel like spending a lot of supplements, you can just get Vitamin B3 and L-cysteine from meats, Vitamin B5 from avocados and broccoli (yum!) and Vitamin C for peppers.


Be careful with lemon juice toners, especially in the morning. Lemon juice can contain photo-toxic compounds like limonene (when it oxidizes).

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Posted 03 March 2014 - 06:20 PM

Just curious are you going to keep taking all those supplements or are you going to try and find out which ones are working best for you? 

I will be trying to find out which ones are working best for me. But for now I am going to just stay the course and when I am ready to experiment again I will start dropping what I think is not helping to keep me clear.


I want to go down to --> B5, L - cysteine, Niacin, and Vitamin C. I take vitamin D because I am deficient in it!

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