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Hi everybody ;) I need a little advice : my acne is really mild, but i wanted to be perfectly clear so i started DKR like 4-6 weeks ago (i dont remember :) ) The regimen dehydrated my skin that much that fine lines have started to form on my forehead and wrinkles around my eyes so i have decided to stop the regimen and i bought AHA+ to use just that.I wanted to use it every other day but im considering to use it every day since after two applications i can say that my skin seems to be tolerating the AHA+ perfectly.So my question is : is it safe to use it every day or should i stay on every other day application.Whay do you think?

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If your skin can tolerate it, you can use it ever day. It's pretty strong stuff though, which is why it usually isn't necessary to use it more than a few times a week.

Many people have found, though, that AHA alone doesn't do as good a job as BP at keeping skin clear.

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yeah, i know that AHA isn't such effective as BP but my face was SO dehydrated :confused: i was not flaky or dry, actually i was little oily in T-zone as usually (i got combination skin) but very unhealthy and dehydrated.i was using BP many years ago in my teen-age years and i was really satisfied but now as im 24 (25 next month) this isn't for me.anyway i like acne.org AHA+ very very much :chuck:

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