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dragon1

regimen scam?

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Personally, I think the OP is a troll, but I want to reply anyway for all the other forum members who took the time to post here. I have had adult acne for years, and found initial great success with Proactiv when it first came out. Over the years, they changed their formula and something in it did not agree with my skin. So I ditched Proactive and tried a hundred other things, then recently went back to Proactiv thinking maybe the problem wasn't the BP, but rather my shampoo, diet etc. Nope, Proactive resulted in major cystic acne, and it happened pretty fast! They must have put some crap ingredient into their BP cream that my skin hates.

So I reluctantly tried Dan's regimen and I must say it's working for me just like the original Proactive used to. My skin looks better than it has in years. His products include the things you need, and nothing extra. For me, this is the key. All 3 products are fab and I'm currently only using 1/2 pump twice a day (same amount as I used with Proactiv) and it's working great. Not everyone can handle (or needs) the full amount. If I need to, I can increase, but as long as the current amount is working I'll stick with it. I suffer no discomfort from this amount of BP and Dan's new moisturizer is the best I've ever used! I've ordered the AHA too and look forward to trying it.

Even if Dan's regime only helps a small percentage of acne sufferers, that's potentially thousands of people, and I hope to stay among the success stories!

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You are 100% right, it's a low-key scam. People will have to learn "the hard way" which they will later find out this acne regimen doesn't work long term, it's honestly mostly placebo effects. This guy makes a ton of money selling bogus products which doesn't work, the best treatment for acne is to leave your face alone and never touch it... putting stuff on your face just aggravates your skin further and the cycle continues over and over again, it's sad this guy is preying on vulnerable people who are desperate.. I used to be one of those people. If you have acne, just stop all treatments and do nothing, wash your face with water in the shower, and simply watch your diet and eat only low glycemic index meals. That's it. It will take at least 6 months to a year to recover from this regimen which puts a lot of stress on your face and body.

BTW having an FDA approval label means nothing, the FDA has been involved in tons of misconduct over the decades. Ppl should stop getting advice from random ppl on the internet and listen to your dermatology or doctor.

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