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I have now been on proactive for the past two months - which has made my acne more controllable - yet my skin still has many blemishes. Now, as you may well know, the 3-step proactive cleansing kit should be adhered to, otherwise it wouldn’t be as effective. I am writing this to ask whether it’d be a good idea if I start using the egg-white mask as means to brighten my skin and reduce blemishes, and if so, when I should use it while on proactive.

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There shouldn't be any negative reaction between the two. But I suggest you add lemon juice to the egg-white. Even better, follow up with Mayonnaise mask, which also contains eggs but vinegar to help exfoliate and lighten skin.

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Thanks for the reply. I do ask however, when’s it best to use it, I mean whether it’s better to use it after the three steps or after the benzoyl peroxide (Step 1) and before the toner (Step 2). Thanks again.

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Use the mask before you begin your regimen. Otherwise, you'll only end up washing them down the drain.

1) Mask
2) Leave on 15-30 minutes
3) Wash face
4) Begin the usual regimen routine

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