Bp Takes Longer Than 15 Minutes To Dry?

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I have been on the regimen for two months now. For the past two weeks, when I use two pumps(of the big kit) of the bp it will take 30-35 minutes to fully dry. I'm not sure why it is taking so long to dry and feel like sometimes it breaks me out even more because I leave it on for so long. But I'm afraid if I use less of the bp, I'll break out more because I'm not using enough. *sigh*

Can anybody shed some light on this?

Thanks.

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I have been on the regimen for two months now. For the past two weeks, when I use two pumps(of the big kit) of the bp it will take 30-35 minutes to fully dry. I'm not sure why it is taking so long to dry and feel like sometimes it breaks me out even more because I leave it on for so long. But I'm afraid if I use less of the bp, I'll break out more because I'm not using enough. *sigh*

Can anybody shed some light on this?

Thanks.

How are you applying it? Are you making sure that you gently blend it into the skin?

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It's been like that for me in these past few weeks too, I've noticed. But I don't break out from it. Today was probably the first time in recent weeks that the BP dried quicker, and I think it may have been because I let my face dry a little longer than usual after I cleanse. Maybe that's why? Other than that, I don't know why else it would take longer to dry..

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It takes me a long time too. But I usually sit in front a fan afterwards to help it dry faster lol. Takes about 40-50 mins for me.


Before the regimen -

AM

- CLEANSER: Acne.org

- BENZOYL PEROXIDE : 1 1/2 pump of The Acne.org 2.5%

- MOISTURIZER: Acne.org moisturizer + Olay complete with SPF 15 + 5-6 drops of Acne.org Jojoba Oil

PM

- CLEANSER: Acne.org

- BENZOYL PEROXIDE : 1 1/2 pump of The Acne.org 2.5%

- MOISTURIZER: Acne.org moisturizer + Acne.org AHA + 5-6 drops of Acne.org Jojoba Oil

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