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Once A Day, One Pump

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I know this topic has been discussed and posted a million and two times but .... I still haven't been able to find the specific answers I'm looking for. So what I want to know is ... Is there anyone who uses the regimen once a day with only one pump of everything (the cleanser, BP and moisturizer)? If so, what were your results? How long did it take you to get clear using this method? Did you do the regimen in the morning or during the night ? And when you don't do the regimen, do you still cleanse and moisturizer with one pump?

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When you start, you're only supposed to use the BP once a day, and only 1/2 a pump, not a full pump.

You can be as generous with the cleanser and moisturizer as you want.

Dan has general guidelines on how often and how much to increase the BP, but everyone is different and sometimes needs to tweak it a little for it to work for them.

If you read some members' signatures on here, you'll see that they use other products in the morning while using The Regimen at night.

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My Story:
I've had mild-to-moderate adult on-set acne (inflammatory) that started creeping up on me towards the end of 2009 (22 years old). Regarding previous skincare/lifestyle changes I've attempted, I've been conflicted, misinformed, resistant, allergic, and/or had my hopes up too high only to be let down. Many of my previous posts on here may reflect that. Considering I've never found an explanation as to why I developed acne in my twenties, whereas I've had flawless skin my entire life up until then, I claim to know nothing. I can only offer my humble advice based on my own personal experiences.



Finished my Accutane course on 3/29/2015
40mg/day every month for 6 months

Began 2nd course of Accutane on 10/13/2015
Even though my acne came back very mildly & nowhere near as bad as it used to be, I refused any topicals or antibiotics since I've already been through the "last resort" treatment without any problems.

My targeted length of time & dosage is currently the same as the 1st round.


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Yes don't just blindly follow what some guy does, everyone has different skin, some more sensitive than others. I was clear using BP every other day or three times a week. I got more acne using BP every day. Do not ever irritate your skin, not everybody can handle the original Dan Kern regimen.

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Yes don't just blindly follow what some guy does, everyone has different skin, some more sensitive than others. I was clear using BP every other day or three times a week. I got more acne using BP every other day. Do not never irritate your skin, not everybody can handle the original Dan Kern regimen.


My Story:
I've had mild-to-moderate adult on-set acne (inflammatory) that started creeping up on me towards the end of 2009 (22 years old). Regarding previous skincare/lifestyle changes I've attempted, I've been conflicted, misinformed, resistant, allergic, and/or had my hopes up too high only to be let down. Many of my previous posts on here may reflect that. Considering I've never found an explanation as to why I developed acne in my twenties, whereas I've had flawless skin my entire life up until then, I claim to know nothing. I can only offer my humble advice based on my own personal experiences.



Finished my Accutane course on 3/29/2015
40mg/day every month for 6 months

Began 2nd course of Accutane on 10/13/2015
Even though my acne came back very mildly & nowhere near as bad as it used to be, I refused any topicals or antibiotics since I've already been through the "last resort" treatment without any problems.

My targeted length of time & dosage is currently the same as the 1st round.


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Yes don't just blindly follow what some guy does, everyone has different skin, some more sensitive than others. I was clear using BP every other day or three times a week. I got more acne using BP every other day. Do not never irritate your skin, not everybody can handle the original Dan Kern regimen.

Ok, so now I'm kinda confused as to why asked your original question then.

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