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#1 Norris

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Posted 16 October 2012 - 09:32 AM

I'm on about 1month + 12 days of the Regimen.

On the instructions it did say my skin would adapt to BP in about 2-4weeks.
There are users that seem to be having problems with flaking and they've been on the Regimen for sometimes 6months / years / etc...

If my skin felt smooth / nice I would be less annoyed and probably put up with it. But my skin feels rough and bumpy not from Acne, but from dead skin that flaked off, and dead skin that still clings on, creating an uneven surface and colour. Is there a point where it evens out?

Am I missing a step or perhaps not doing something correctly? I'm still flaking once I start hitting the 10 hour mark after the AM Regimen.

Truly frustrated and a bit self conscious about flakes, almost more that I have been about Acne. ><
Can anyone tell me how much more flaking is there to put up with?


The dark spots are dead skin, the white spots are new skin that's formed. My phone tinted the photo a bit green, and also heightened the reds a lot. So with that mind, how much longer?
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#2 Tingmothy

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Posted 16 October 2012 - 10:07 AM

I'm on about 1month + 12 days of the Regimen.

On the instructions it did say my skin would adapt to BP in about 2-4weeks.
There are users that seem to be having problems with flaking and they've been on the Regimen for sometimes 6months / years / etc...

If my skin felt smooth / nice I would be less annoyed and probably put up with it. But my skin feels rough and bumpy not from Acne, but from dead skin that flaked off, and dead skin that still clings on, creating an uneven surface and colour. Is there a point where it evens out?

Am I missing a step or perhaps not doing something correctly? I'm still flaking once I start hitting the 10 hour mark after the AM Regimen.

Truly frustrated and a bit self conscious about flakes, almost more that I have been about Acne. ><
Can anyone tell me how much more flaking is there to put up with?


The dark spots are dead skin, the white spots are new skin that's formed. My phone tinted the photo a bit green, and also heightened the reds a lot. So with that mind, how much longer?
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hey man, i've been following your log as well. I've been on the regimen for 2 months, and just started AHA a week ago. My skin has never felt smoother. I put a layer on at night. Maybe that will help u. It seriously feels so smooth when I wake up.

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Posted 16 October 2012 - 11:31 AM


I'm on about 1month + 12 days of the Regimen.

On the instructions it did say my skin would adapt to BP in about 2-4weeks.
There are users that seem to be having problems with flaking and they've been on the Regimen for sometimes 6months / years / etc...

If my skin felt smooth / nice I would be less annoyed and probably put up with it. But my skin feels rough and bumpy not from Acne, but from dead skin that flaked off, and dead skin that still clings on, creating an uneven surface and colour. Is there a point where it evens out?

Am I missing a step or perhaps not doing something correctly? I'm still flaking once I start hitting the 10 hour mark after the AM Regimen.

Truly frustrated and a bit self conscious about flakes, almost more that I have been about Acne. ><
Can anyone tell me how much more flaking is there to put up with?


The dark spots are dead skin, the white spots are new skin that's formed. My phone tinted the photo a bit green, and also heightened the reds a lot. So with that mind, how much longer?
Posted Image


hey man, i've been following your log as well. I've been on the regimen for 2 months, and just started AHA a week ago. My skin has never felt smoother. I put a layer on at night. Maybe that will help u. It seriously feels so smooth when I wake up.


Hey Tingmothy, good to hear from you again.

That's a relief to hear. If this skin shedding does indeed have an end, it's comforting to know.
Did it stop when you started AHA? Or did it take some time for AHA to work?




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