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KimKard

how would i incorporate the regimen with retin a..

so i used bp dans regimen thingy one day and i liked it and i wanan incorporate it but i dont wanna let go of my retin a cuz i made a promise to myself that i would stick with it..

and i dont wannna put BP in the morning so maybe i was thinking use dans mon. wed. fri sun and then retin a tues thurs saturday?

idk if this will work but if anyone knows the BEST MOST EFFICIENT WAY to incorporate retin a into the regimen it would be greatly appreciated thanks a bunch

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From the FAQs:

Q: Can I use the Regimen with the prescriptions I am currently taking?

A: You will need to ask your doctor this question. Some doctors do prescribe benzoyl peroxide with other acne medications, but it is important that you not experiment on your own.

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thank you!

From the FAQs:
Q: Can I use the Regimen with the prescriptions I am currently taking?

A: You will need to ask your doctor this question. Some doctors do prescribe benzoyl peroxide with other acne medications, but it is important that you not experiment on your own.

Q: Can I use the Regimen in conjunction with additional products or over-the-counter medications?

A: Do not do this until you are completely clear and have been that way for some time. Once you are completely clear, it is okay to add in one variable at a time. However, if you begin the Regimen and are adding in other variables from the get go, you will have no way of judging whether the Regimen works for you. See the biggest mistakes page for more.

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Please give the regimen a try on its own merit. You won't know if it works until you do. The first 2 weeks or so are annoying, I won't lie to you. But I'm completely clear now, and I don't have to waste money on my dermatologist anymore, and that's a great feeling.

Give it a month or two, and try to be patient with the redness and flaking. It's worth it!

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