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So it's the weekend and I'm just surfing the web. I was looking at my face and noticed a few trouble spots. I had just gotten done with the first BP session for today, but was wondering if I could "spot treat" some of the more problematic areas a couple hours later. Do you guys think this is a good idea, or should I just follow the regimen to the T? Will it dry me out too much and make it worse? What are your experiences with it?

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So it's the weekend and I'm just surfing the web. I was looking at my face and noticed a few trouble spots. I had just gotten done with the first BP session for today, but was wondering if I could "spot treat" some of the more problematic areas a couple hours later. Do you guys think this is a good idea, or should I just follow the regimen to the T? Will it dry me out too much and make it worse? What are your experiences with it?

I wouldnt think so mate, only in the morning and evening, just put more BP on them when your doing the regimen. I think it'll just irritate more :)

If the spot is gonna get bigger, get an icecube on it, and it will stun the growth and it will go away.

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Just one thing... are you using a gel or a cream based BP?

BP gels work better than creams, at least for me. BP creams take a bit longer to absorb or simply stay in the surface. That's what I noticed at least when I used one. Overall, BP works better when it's properly absorbed into the skin.

When I had big pustules on my forehead about 2 weeks ago, I used to glide an ice on them for a few seconds after washing, then I did my regimen as usual but applied a bit more BP on those active spots. They healed well with this method.

But as the others said, doing the whole thing more than twice a day would definitely be too much.

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