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CSR for Neck Area

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CSR is AWESOME for my face, but it has been harsh for my neck, so I haven't developed a consistent program that has worked for it yet.

Does anyone modified CSR to work for their neck? The skin is so sensitive there?

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yea, the skin on the neck is super sensitive and it can be difficult to use BP there.

What about using just a tiny amount once a day, or every other day. Have you played around with it to see how much and how often your neck can handle it?

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Yes, I'm still playing around with it, but I don't think I'm being consistent enough with my 'experiments'. So, hopefully, someone else has had some success that they can share. Thanks, Brandy.

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The neck is super sensitive, but I think it'll get used to the BP over time. So just use a teensy amount maybe once a day at first and ramp it up slowly.

Remember that BP can bleach fabrics tho.

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CSR is AWESOME for my face, but it has been harsh for my neck, so I haven't developed a consistent program that has worked for it yet.

Does anyone modified CSR to work for their neck? The skin is so sensitive there?

I had the same experience.. The BP seemed to almost destroy my neck.. Now I'm stopping using it on the neck for some days to try to stabilize and then go ahead with small amounts.

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Yeah me too. Just a couple of days ago my neck was getting tight. Every timeI turned my head to either side and at the bottom where my neack and chest meet i was getting flacky skin. I just lightened my neck aplication of bp spent a litte extra time with my acv toner and made sure to apply my mousterizer more liberaly there. It was a mild dryness, if u catch it quick it can be gone by the next application time.

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