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dosh

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  1. Hello, I am 26 years old and never really had severe acne, the cystic kind to be precise. I've always had blackheads and whiteheads and a few random pimples. So hoping to get rid of the blackheads, whiteheads etc that have bothered me for almost 12 years I hesitantly started the OCM using olive oil mixed with castor oil. I had done this just twice for two consecutive weeks and started breaking out majorly! Its been two months and my skin is in its worst condition ever, I stopped the OCM after th
  2. Hello, So I had been using the Acnefree spot treatment cream which was 10% BP, this left white patches on my skin after it dried out. On the suggestion of an acne.org member, I switched to a gel version which s the persa gel 10%. Turns out this is worse than the cream, so patchy, some kinda white powdery thing appears to be sticking on the surface as soon as it dries off. I am beginning to wonder if any of the gel/cream is penetrating my skin atall!!! What is that white thing! I need to know. A
  3. Hi, I was wondering if anyone here uses the 10% BP and would want to share their regimen. Thanks! Dosh
  4. I try to be gentle and smoothen the cream on my face, but this causes it to just stick to the hair. Then when I try to massage hoping it would help reach the skin, it just dries out and leaves a white patch, which is clearly just clinging to my facial hair . Will the gel help overcome this problem?
  5. So I have been using the 10% BP spot treatment by Acnefree, I have also used other brands before. Both have been cream based. My issue with the product is that whenever I apply it on my face, it tends to stick more on my facial hair than on the skin. I wonder if my skin is getting any of it atall! I am a female with a little more than usual facial hair. Has anyone encountered this problem. Any solutions? Thanks!
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