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3rd Peel Outcome

Alright guys, this is after I've peeled... my skin is smooth, red marks have faded slightly, and a few minor scars have dissapeared. I feel great... can't wait 'till all the peels are done - woohoo!

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      I just read your regimen...I must say, are you completely out of your mind?! Chemical Peels every two weeks?! Chemical Peels should be performed at intervals of 3 months and not to exceed more then 4 per year no matter how "mild". The process involves using an acid solution in order to exfoliate your skin's upper layers.

      Please do some research on this. And remember, just because a spa says it is "ok" does not mean it is! They are a business and their best interest is in your wallet not your well being.

      Just be very careful.

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      Yes your skin seems completely free of active acne. A real success.

      BtW, Can I ask you what the little loops on your braces on your front teeth are for? Are these for rubber bands?

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      Yes your skin seems completely free of active acne. A real success.

      BtW, Can I ask you what the little loops on your braces on your front teeth are for? Are these for rubber bands?

      Yep, rubber bands... very uncomfortable, to say the least, too.

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      Yes your skin seems completely free of active acne. A real success.

      BtW, Can I ask you what the little loops on your braces on your front teeth are for? Are these for rubber bands?

      Yep, rubber bands... very uncomfortable, to say the least, too.

      Ayye. Can I ask you why they were so uncomfortable? Were they different from "classical" ones?

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      Well, my braces were the "traditional" ones, so they were pretty bulky. The way my dentist had me put on my bands made it extremely difficult to eat, that's mainly why.

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      When I had braces, I was allowed to remove my rubber bands for eating. I even had to.

      Did you have to keep them on even while eating?

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      Yeah, I could take them out (most of the time, I did) but my dentist wanted me to wear them at all times...

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