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Even After A Week Of Using The Treatment,

regimen burning treatment 1st week

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#1 mansae


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Posted 06 August 2014 - 05:13 AM

As the subject says, even after a week of using the treatment, I still feel the burn.

I started the regimen last Wednesday and it's Wednesday today(S.Korea). So It's exactly a week today.

I was told to increase the dosage from the second week. But the treatment still burns my face.

Flakeness and dryness have been subdued , so I can wear make up fine, but I am super worried about that burning and stinging feeling I will get if I increase the dosage.


Also, I still get a couple of acnes here and there but it's not inflammatory acne. They are hardened sebum underneath the skin.

Should I pop them? It's not inflammatory so I don't think the treatment will help get rid of it. I think it has to be squeezed out to be gone.  What do you think? and what should I do?  Please help me!


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Posted 07 August 2014 - 11:12 AM

Thats totally normal. Don't up the dosage until you get completely used to what you are using now. If whatever you are using now is burning your face, cut back on it. Don't worry about upping the dosage every week, yes, it'll take longer for you to get clear, but it will save you the agony and embarrassment of having a red face. 


Don't pop anything, just ignore it. I know its embarrassing having a huge cyst turn into a white head...happens to me all the time...but you should not touch it at all. Let it open on its own or when you are in the shower. It can get infected if you try and touch it and turn worse. 

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Posted 14 August 2014 - 08:40 PM

It took 9 weeks for the burning to stop for me.  I don't EVER want to go through that again.  Good luck!

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