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blackheads on acv/baking soda routine

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this is my second day using the acv/baking soda regime, and my blackheads/whiteheads seem to be coming to the surface so that you can really see them..does anybody know whether this is a good or bad thing? also, my derm said that i shouldn't use moisturisure but delna says that you must use it on the acv/baking soda regime..i have eucerin spf 15 non-comedogenic non-acnegenic which loads of people thing is good, but does anybody have any knowledge about this type of thing..finally, what effect does putting bp cream on after the moisturizer have, and is it safe to put the bp cream on just before you go to bed i.e on completely dry skin?

if anybody can help me with this i would be really grateful

thanks

ed

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Ed use 100% Aloe Vera gel. I use one by Fruit of the Earth. It's very light on the skin.

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slim,

thanks i'll try and find that..what about the blackkheads?what do you think?if they're rising to the surface do you think that the baking soda is doing its job, and will they eventually just come out when ready?

thanks

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I haven't been on this board long...or at all. But I have always been under the impression that that is the case. It will go away, and it is a good thing.

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