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Does BP Gel actually work aginst existing spots??

My experience of using Dan's Bp Gel for 3 months is that it is very very effective in preventing spots from forming, but once spots have formed, it does very little in relation to making them go away. They last for just as long, are as severe and scar just as much, if not more.

I know everyone is different, but is the BP supposed to work against existing spots????? I'd would like to know what our regimenites' experiences of this are!!

Thanks

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Capehorn

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hi there,

bp does work best as a preventative, by killing the bacteria so that pimples don't form. For those that do break through, the bp usually, for me anyway, makes them much milder than they would have been without the bp.

I noticed you are at the 3 month mark. Are you doing the Regimen as outlined? For me, after the 3 month mark, things really really improved. I haven't had any noticeable zit (i.e. red inflamed painful and noticeable) since May, which was the 3 month mark for me. So hopefully your skin will really clear up now.

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hi there,

bp does work best as a preventative, by killing the bacteria so that pimples don't form. For those that do break through, the bp usually, for me anyway, makes them much milder than they would have been without the bp.

I noticed you are at the 3 month mark. Are you doing the Regimen as outlined? For me, after the 3 month mark, things really really improved. I haven't had any noticeable zit (i.e. red inflamed painful and noticeable) since May, which was the 3 month mark for me. So hopefully your skin will really clear up now.

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