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Hey guys,

when I put the BP gel on my face, I use a thick line (1 finger) for my entire face like it says, it takes an extremely long time to rub in. However, this is not the problem because I have time to do it. When its about 60% rubbed in i'd say, it seems to begin to dry and it turns white all along my face, and its very hard to rub in. It seems like im smearing it around and sometimes it starts flaking. It is a sort of white residue.

It seems like my face has already reached its saturation point for the BP and cant soak in anymore, or because it taks so long to rub it all in, it starts to dry.

What shold I do about this, use a little less BP so all of it can rub in?

Thanks,

~Poi

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Wait a little longer for your face to dry before using the BP gel. The dryer your face, the quicker the gel will absorb.

Make sure you're doing portion by portion and not just the whole face at once. Left cheek, right cheek, chin, forehead, etc.

Now I just use 1/3 of a finger to spread over each major portion (cheeks, forehead). And the whole thing takes a little under 3 mins. Just spread it evenly all over your face, you can then allow it to start to dry a little, then come back and spread it some more, you'll see it'll absorb nicely.

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Hey guys,

when I put the BP gel on my face, I use a thick line (1 finger) for my entire face like it says, it takes an extremely long time to rub in. However, this is not the problem because I have time to do it. When its about 60% rubbed in i'd say, it seems to begin to dry and it turns white all along my face, and its very hard to rub in. It seems like im smearing it around and sometimes it starts flaking. It is a sort of white residue.

It seems like my face has already reached its saturation point for the BP and cant soak in anymore, or because it taks so long to rub it all in, it starts to dry.

What shold I do about this, use a little less BP so all of it can rub in?

Thanks,

~Poi

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