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well i am using AHA+ from dan's store for post-accutane use

but im not sure if it is effective or not because isn't AHA supposed to sting your skin a little first few times? but i experienced no stinging or burning at all when i first started using AHA+

it's also weird because when i used Neutrogena 8% glycolic lotion before accutane it stinged my skin for the first few days of use...

so does that mean that AHA+ i received is not effective, or is it normal?

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Not everyone experiences a stinging sensation.

When I started using both salicylic acid and glycolic acid, I didny have any stinging from it, just mild redness. Everyones skin reacts differently.

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Skin tone and smoothness - EFFECTIVE

Older hyperpigmentation - NELIGIBLE

Personal experience after 1 month of religious daily AHA+ use.

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