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WARNING!BEZOYL PEROXIDE IS BAD FOR RED MARKS

BEZOYL PEROXIDE IS BAD FOR RED MARKS. IT IS IN PRO ACTIVE SOLUTION AND HAS BEEN PREVENTING MY RED MARKS FROM HEALING. SINCE I HAVE NO ACTIVE ACNE I DONT NEED BP ANYWAY. BIRTH CONTROL PILLS ARE WHAT WORKS FOR ME.

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wow

you gave us information everyone already knew

you must be a doctor or something

I NOTICED PEOPLES DAILY REGIMEN INCLUDES BP WHEN THEY ARE ASKING HOW TO HEAL RED MARKS .

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wow

you gave us information everyone already knew

you must be a doctor or something

I NOTICED PEOPLES DAILY REGIMEN INCLUDES BP WHEN THEY ARE ASKING HOW TO HEAL RED MARKS .

Yes, because Benzoyl Peroxide prevents future acne. No future acne = No future red marks. Make sense?

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uh oh thats scary because ive been applying that crap on my face thinking it will make the red marks disappear :o :o, what should i apply instead?

and to the males please dont take birth control pills, that WILL mess up your hormonal imbalance, and will probably cause more acne.

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yes BP slows down healing a bit but the real problem is getting more acne and if BP stops that so its definitly is

something to consider and well any kind of pills is bad in one way or another cuz u don't truely know wt it is d

doing to ur body, also ther are some other stuff u can use to help speed up healing and regrowth to counter the

BP's side effect

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