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If you recall, some members had adverse reactions to the second step in the Acne Cure, which was the application of Glycolic Acid, an AHA product.

Please share your experiences of how it affected your skin and how much/fast your skin improved once you discontinued use of the product.

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I cannot leave aha products on my skin because I get a poison ivy type rash. However, I can use aha as outlined in the acne cure-put on aha lotion and leave for a couple minutes and rinse off. I have not gotten a rash this way.

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I haven't been able to use it. It transforms me into red dude. My face was back to normal within a couple hours. I'm going to try substituting 10% mandelic acid for glycolic acid since its suppose to be less irritating for darker complexions. If you have a dark complexion you may want to try this.

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