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Benzoyl Peroxide cream "caking" on skin? Anyone find a BP that doesn't cake on skin?

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My benzoyl peroxide seems to be "caking" on my skin. When I rub my finger on my skin after application, a TON of the cream seems to come off. I thought my skin was just dry, but after some experimenting I realized that the product is the culprit. 

Anyone have any good suggestions for other BPs that don't cake on when you leave it on your skin? 

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Ahh I had the same problem! Whenever I'd scratch my skin, a bunch would end up caked under my fingernail - gross.  Try using a bit less...and if that doesn't work, I'd use the BP product Rodan and Fields offers.

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