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#3453514 Finally Starting The Regimen

Posted by UKdreamin on 26 September 2014 - 07:56 PM

Week 34


Hi everyone! Still loving the regimen. I rarely break out anymore, and if I do, it's 1 or 2 pimples that are easily covered with makeup. I actually get complimented on my skin now! With makeup on, my skin looks flawless. I even recently got a job in my field as a new graduate. I could look my interviewer in the eye without feeling embarrassed, allowing me to speak confidently.. I even got offered 10k more than what I had asked for! Thank you Dan, you have seriously changed my life for the better.







#3433266 11 Weeks In, Dry Flaky Skin, And Still 1 Active Spot At All Times

Posted by UKdreamin on 25 May 2014 - 09:35 PM

I was in the same position as you at 11 weeks. The AHA mixed in with moisturizer REALLY does help (I use it every night). My skin is no longer dry at ALL. It's 100% smooth to touch, soft, my acne marks are 99% gone and I have 0 active zits. Keep up with it - really, you won't regret it.

#3409809 Finally Starting The Regimen

Posted by UKdreamin on 22 January 2014 - 08:44 PM

Hi everyone,


So I've finally decided to give the regimen a shot. This is my last straw. I have tried OTC treatments (neutrogena, OXY, proactiv, etc), natural remedies (ACV, honey, etc), oral prescriptions (minocycline) and topical prescriptions (retin-a, differing, clindamycin, clindoxyl) - if this doesn't work, I will be going on Accutane. I have been struggling with acne since I was 12 years old and I will be graduating university in June… far, far too long (which probed me to order Dan's BP - I really want clear skin for my graduation!!) My acne is hormonal - I usually have 3-5 PAINFUL nodules at a time before or during my cycle, which take weeks to leave. I very rarely breakout with non-inflammatory acne. This will be my regimen log, so I can document any progress I experience.


One question I have is:

Would I be able to use Retin-A at night, and BP during mornings? The Retin-A is beneficial for anti-aging and helps fade away my scars, so I would like to keep using it if possible.


Thanks in advance, and wish me luck :)

#3395038 Need To Change My Makeup, Help Me Please !

Posted by UKdreamin on 15 November 2013 - 09:43 PM

Hey! I've been using MUFE Mat Velvet + for 2 years now, and my skin hasn't gotten noticeably worse at all. Just make sure you wash ALL of your makeup off at night, EVERY night, cleanse, and you should be okay! The confidence that this makeup gives me by covering my deep acne scars and active acne is worth the world.

#3392265 How To Reduce The Pain With Acne?

Posted by UKdreamin on 03 November 2013 - 01:03 PM

Ibuprofen and sulfur masks help calm down those under the skin bumps for me.