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Is Aha+ Right For Me?

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#1 Aubreyj1722

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Posted 17 January 2013 - 06:02 AM

So I've been on the DKR for 6 weeks now. My skin is a little mor clear. I only have about 10 small cysts right now instead of 20; and only a few white heads. I'm left with all sorts of red marks making my skin look worse! People have been telling me to use Aha+ but I'm wondering if it will help. Idk if it is too soon to use or if it will help save my skin. Inputs please 😀

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Posted 17 January 2013 - 06:10 AM

AHA+ is good but I would wait until your acne is 100% clear so you won't spread the bacteria.
you can use BHA .

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Posted 17 January 2013 - 10:58 PM

After 6 weeks your skin should be adjusted well enough to the BP to start incorporating AHA into your regimen, but you may want to wait until your skin is a little bit more clearer.

It will help with red marks, but so does time help to fade them too. I personally find with AHA that it causes active acne to become redder and take longer to heal, but its amazing if your skin is nearly clear as it improves the skin tone, helps reduce marks and also increases hydration.

Entirely up to you to try it. Good luck! :)




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