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I realized today that I had a brown bottle of Hydrogen Peroxide and I heard it kills bacteria so it put some one my face. But later on I did some reasurce and I heard it could cancer damage cells and bleach your eyesbrows. Is this all true? Has it helped anyone's acne? Should I continue to use it with my aloe vera?

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I realized today that I had a brown bottle of Hydrogen Peroxide and I heard it kills bacteria so it put some one my face. But later on I did some reasurce and I heard it could cancer damage cells and bleach your eyesbrows. Is this all true? Has it helped anyone's acne? Should I continue to use it with my aloe vera?

ehh im thinking hydrogen peroxide is a little harsh...

I've used that on my face before and it killed out. it made my pimples 100 x worse

I would suggest to keep using aloe vera because its gentle

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Use benzoyl peroxide...it does not damage the skin as much and is able to penetrate pores better to kill acne.

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Hygrogen peroxide generates free radical damage to your skin.

I have been using philosophy's on a clear day h202 (which uses hydrogen peroxide to clear) and I am in LOVE. It worked better for me than months of Differin, that's for sure -- I'm still taking an antibiotic, but I'm on my way to clear (fingers crossed)...

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Hygrogen peroxide generates free radical damage to your skin.

As does Benzoyl Peroxide. I think H2O2 is okay to use as an anti-septic... I would only use it on open wounds if I were you. It will kill the germies good but only if it can get to them, hence open wounds or popped/picked pimples. It can bleach your skin and hair though, but store-bought concentration probably won't do much to your hair. All peroxides generate free radicals, and they all have bleaching properties. But they will kill the buggies!

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