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#21 mms3192

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Posted 06 July 2014 - 08:09 AM

i dont care? its only your personal opinion
 
this is about benzoyl peroxide and its effects not whatever topicals btw

 

Benzoyl peroxide is a topical. You put it on your face. And this person is trying to help you.

 

If you don't care why are you even here wasting other peoples time?



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Posted 06 July 2014 - 08:43 AM

is everything ok with u? it is u who are wasting my time here 
 
bp wasnt mentioned nd from what i and most know, reg topicals dont give u no wrinkles so idk what r u talking about..
 
now stop spaming this thread with useless shit and things u dont even have a clue about.

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Posted 06 July 2014 - 09:28 AM

Clearly you dont know shit because BP is in two of the most prescribed topicals Duac and Epiduo. 

 

I dont think any of us care now what you do weve tried to give you advice and you've been pretty rude and ungrateful in your replies. Make your own decision with regards to BP because really who cares what the hell you do.

 

If I were you though I would be working on your personality and attitude to others rather than your acne or wrinkles. 

 

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Edited by Sky13, 06 July 2014 - 09:30 AM.

Currently Using: First Aid Beauty Deep Cleanser, First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Liquid Recovery, Paulas Choice 2.5% BP, Olay Sensitive Beauty Fluid. 

Extras: Paulas Choice 10% AHA & Paulas Choice 2% BHA.

Failed: Duac, Differin, Bactrim, Tetracycline, Doxycycline. 

 

Acne status: Clear on chin and forehead except for pigmentation. Working on closed comedones around nose, top lip, upper cheeks and overall skin texture.


#24 mms3192

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Posted 06 July 2014 - 04:12 PM

is everything ok with u? it is u who are wasting my time here 
 
bp wasnt mentioned nd from what i and most know, reg topicals dont give u no wrinkles so idk what r u talking about..
 
now stop spaming this thread with useless shit and things u dont even have a clue about.

I'm ok but i don't think you're ok.

If you feel like your time is being wasted then why did you even ask the questions if you don't want to hear the answers. Clearly you're too ignorant to understand anything were trying to tell you.

And I can't even understand what you are trying to say in that last post because you seem incapable of speaking proper English.

Enjoy having acne...and wrinkles because you will get those one day too. Cheers

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Posted 06 July 2014 - 05:51 PM

@=shiki...Being male & the wrong side of half a century, then I suppose I do have thick skin, so the question of wrinkles never entered my head.

 

I must agree with some of the comments made by mms3192 & Sky13 though. It appears that you had already made up your mind before you even asked the questions in your first post, and you still appear to be reluctant to try anything for any length of time unless you see results within a week.

 

Well, that's your choice of course, but considering how angry you get when talking about your acne, I'm surprised that you don't even consider using any of the treatments a longer period of time to see if they would work.

 

We are all on this site for the same reason. It's not fair to get angry & insult other members who are only trying to help you.


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Posted 06 July 2014 - 07:45 PM

And about the wrinkles..if you are serious about clearing your acne, then I wouldn't worry about that. There are plenty of anti-aging treatments out there that work that you can use later on.

this is totally false information and misguidance and your stories about how wrinkles are pretty u can go and tell to some pensioners...

 

Well, that's your choice of course, but considering how angry you get when talking about your acne, I'm surprised that you don't even consider using any of the treatments a longer period of time to see if they would work.

 

i think i already answered this but its just usually u should be able to see if it works at least somewhat at the first times u use it so u know if its worth to keep using it. i dont know anyone who would stubornly keep smearing the same cream for months hoping for somekinda sudden miracle while they couldve be using something else that actually works. i guess its supposed to be diff story with bp but its srsly weird for me...

 

Clearly you dont know shit because BP is in two of the most prescribed topicals Duac and Epiduo. 

 

I dont think any of us care now what you do weve tried to give you advice and you've been pretty rude and ungrateful in your replies. Make your own decision with regards to BP because really who cares what the hell you do.

i have never been prescribed any of those and never seen them being very popular on here either. and i probably dont know about them bcs they dont work lol. usually when someone says topicals, diff creams and masks anyone can get comes in mind

 

well i wasnt intended this as somkinda help for specially me thread but rather as experience example and info exchange thread. so i rly didnt ask u to try and help me. this might be useful for other ppl who think wether to buy bp or no too..

 

but thnx for answers to my questions and sharing your experiences. i can appreciate that.


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#27 mms3192

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Posted 06 July 2014 - 08:00 PM

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

 

I get what you are saying about how you need to see if something works. But we aren't saying to use it for months but generally it takes up to 2 months for new acne treatments to start working. I've been on accutane and it took 6 months to see results but it worked. You have to be patient with whatever you try or you will never get results. It's like working out at the gym. The first week you start going you aren't going to see results. But if you had the mind set that, "Oh why should I be working out if I'm not seeing anything? So I'm just going to stop." is ridiculous. It's actually been proven that these different acne treatments take time to work. We aren't hoping for a miracle. We are waiting to see if the certain product we are using is going to work or not. Like I said, I'm almost on week 4 and I am now starting to see results from the regimen. My skin has looked better than ever. The first two weeks it stayed the same. But now it's getting better and better. It's just the way things work.

 

And I have been prescribed both duac and epiduo as well. They are very popular topicals, and they too take time to work. Tazorac is another example. You may not have heard of them because you haven't ever been to the dermatologist. You can't buy them at the store. Your doctor has to prescribe them to you. And they actually work for some people. Everyones skin is different, and just because you haven't heard of something doesn't mean it doesn't work for someone else. When someone says topicals, duac, epiduo, tazorac, and bp are the four that come to my mind.

 

My suggestion is that you give the  the regimen a shot. I have been using topicals since I was 13 to clear my skin. I am now 22 and I get asked all the time if I am 17. I do not have any wrinkles and if wrinkles were to come from anything, it is going to be from a bad diet and lifestyle. You stressing and worrying about wrinkles is going to give you more wrinkles than bp ever could.



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Posted 07 July 2014 - 08:03 AM

Does bp dry the skin? Yes! That's why we always recommend using a good moisturizer as well as some jojoba oil with it if needed. http://www.acne.org/faq.html#dry

 

Does it age the skin? Read here: http://www.acne.org/faq.html#wrinkles

 

Bp and redmarks? Read here: http://www.acne.org/faq.html#prolong

 

The FAQ has lots of information that should answer most of your questions. http://www.acne.org/faq.html

 

Hope that helps.







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