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I'm using Brevoxyl and it has 4% BP in it and I'm using it in place of the On-the-spot Neutragena and it is making my face very, very dry and tight like I have a 24/hr face mask on. It is clearing up but it is torture to not be able to smile. I am using mosturizer but the Brevoxyl burns and stings something terrible. Is is safe to use a lot of it?

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i used brevoxyl for a while and it only seemed to make my acne worse. If it irritates to bad switching to the 2.5% may not be a bad idea. I switched to the 2.5% and had better results.

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I have recently switched to the 2.5% and my face is not nearly as dry and tight but I do have leftover peeling from the Brevoxyl. I refuse to ever put that on ny face again...or atleast all over. I will probably put it on the big ones that I get instead of all over. It was the worst thing ever!

I am now using Brevoxyl cleanser in the morning which washes off unlike the gel. I put on the 2.5% BP treatment and then put neutrogena moisturizer on where I need it. i hope that I will get more results from this but it is a whole lot better then not being able to smile because my face was so tight and dry.

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If the brevoxyl is irritating your skin, you could try applying it less frequently. I used brevoxyl for years, and it did help my skin. When I first began to use it, I would also get some irritation so I just applied it a few times a week. My skin then gradually got used to it and I was able to apply it more frequently.

Good luck! smile.gif

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I have been using brevoxyl for a couple of months now and then I just started using it in the morning and night instead of just the morning and it just tore my skin up. I did put a lot on and that is probably why, but I just can't do it anymore. It turned my skin so red and so tight I couldn't even smile. Plus it burned so bad! I think I will use is on individual pimples instead of all over while using the 2.5% treatment. Thanks for your input though.

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