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  1. It is just over a year later... and I am still clear
  2. I agreeth Paul, your skin is looking good!
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  4. Hey Jess, I just want to give you a little message of hope and good luck =) I have been doing the regimen for 7 months now, day in day out to treat my mild but persistant acne. The last time (thank God, touch wood) I had a bad break out/blemish was in April/May. Don't get me wrong I do still get the odd, small spot near the time of my monthly cycle which usually goes down in a couple of days with little trace that it was even there. I still have around 3/4 red marks on my cheeks from previous
  5. 7 months Still clear I have decided from today I am going to reduce my BP application from twice a day to once. Just at night before bed. I am still going to cleanse and moisturise in the morning just going to skip the BP. The red marks I had are still there, slowly fading with time, a bit of a drag but I have come a long way so not going to mess around with any other products. I have started using Dan's AHA again to hopefully help with the hyperpigmentation ONCE a week on a Sunday night.
  6. You're using AHA way too early in the regimen. Wait for atleast a month or two.
  7. Thanks Manticore! The regimen was great for me. I still have red marks and I have faith they will fade as ones I had from before the regimen are very faint. It does take months but at least I don't have active acne. I have three months off from school so hopefully by the time I return they will be fainter! I gave up on AHA, it was far too drying, I like the feel of my soft face :D I never quite had that with AHA even when I used it every two weeks. Are you still clear too?
  8. Hey Everyone! I have wanted to write this log for quite some time now. But something or another comes up! This is for all new DK regimen users or people who are interested in starting DKR.I started the regimen at the start of February, I am now in July soooo about 6 months-ish in. DKR has been the best thing ever, ever, ever, ever, EVER for me. I think you get the picture?! I have (had?) mild/moderate persistant acne. I came onto this website one year prior to starting never looking to start t
  9. I agree I am on day 150 or something and it definitely works!
  10. Use your fingers. Less pressure than your whole hand.
  11. Can I say... Your skin isn't that bad AT ALL. I know everyone has their own interpretation of how they would like things to be but I REALLY think you will clear up really well with DKR and very quick at that! Best of luck!!!!
  12. Definitely helped. Using BP as normal, waiting applying AHA to spot treat, moisturising and spot treating through out the day. It does have an head, afraid of making a mark by popping so I guess I shall wait it out! Are you using an SPF? Olay Moisturing Fluid Sensitive SPF15 is great
  13. You really can't tell. You just have to wait. No-one knows. Just keep applying neosporin throughout the day and keep your hands clean when doing this and other than that try not to touch your face. I usually use BP and an antibiotic gel, this helps if I don't prod it further.
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