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  1. Thank you for your reply!I was soo worried I couldn't bring them would end up looking like a pizza face when i came back! I understand they can't make a list of all the items you can and can't bring because it would be too lengthy; but when it is not listed it, it can get a little confusing. And I didn't want to be responsible for a burning plane, lol. I didn't know that Dan carried travel sizes, good to know for the next time I travel. For now, I bought small 2oz. containers and labeled them
  2. I thought i read somewhere on here where people have traveled with BP, but isn't it flammable? I don' think TSA lists it as a prohibited item but they did list Liquid Bleach and Flammable Liquids as prohibited. Isn't the main chemical in bleach Peroxide? Does anyone know if we could travel with Benzoyl Peroxide? I am just curious because I have a flight on the 30th and I want to bring my Benzoyl Peroxide because I will be in hot/humid weather. Also, I know this is off-topic, but what about
  3. Not necessarily. I always keep my face clean(never over wash) and moisturize as well, but I still get acne. Everyone's skin is different, so it is a little unfair to assume everyone who keeps their face clean will never have to worry about acne again. Hell, if that were the truth, there would never be an Acne.org board, and there wouldn't be uber rich acne companies such as Rodan and Fields(Proactiv), Murad, Max Clarity, and so on. Also, as I have mentioned before, I don't want to order online
  4. I actually found some listed ingredients of it on a website. Here is what it says: " * Formulated with a 10% blend of glycolic, malic, citric, and tartaric acids * Gently promotes exfoliation and surface cell turnover for greater skin clarity, luminosity, and even skin tone * Each press of the pump contains a special brightening blend of Alpha Hydroxy acids, CoQ10, Vitamin E, Tea Tree Oil, and Menthol DIRECTIONS: Apply one full press of the pump twice a day to clean, dry skin. Sunb
  5. I did find one at a store. It was called Age Spot Care. But, unfortunately, it was a local store, not a big box chain store. I do know that many big box stores carry different items, styles of clothing, groceries, etc. depending on the region. I learned that shopping in places such as Puerto Rico and in Florida, where that same store would carry different items than the store where I live. So, I am keeping my fingers crossed in hopes that maybe I will find something in my local Walgreens.
  6. Thank you very much. We just recently added a Walgreens here so I will have to check it out.
  7. I recently went to a Grocery Store that sells organic foods and I stumbled upon a product call Age Spot Care. It says it contains "10% Aplha Hydroxy Acids". I decided not to buy it yet because I was hoping someone on here has tried it and if it has worked well on them. I don't want to order Dan's AHA because I don't want to order online right now, so I want to find the best AHA that I could get in the stores. I have been using the regimen for about 2 months now, once at night for 4 days and
  8. I had that same problem too. I decided to just wash my face once a day(during the night) and now I don't have tight, dry, or flaky skin. I think I was doing more damage washing my face twice a day. It feels and looks a lot more better now. Try only washing once, during the night, and just moisturize with spf during the day and see how that works out for you.
  9. I had been using it since i was 16 and that was 6 yrs ago. It worked really well for me but after a while I hadn't been consistent with it. At 1st, when i originally started it, I would say it cleared ups about 90-95% of my acne. Now, I prob would say about 80-85% of my acne. Mind you, I haven't been consistent with it so that was probably the reason why. As for the irritation, dryness, and redness, that probably will go away as your face gets used to it. I think my face was originally irr
  10. Thanks! You said I could use the AHA as a moisturizer. Is it ok if I put the AHA on 1st, and then add a moisturizer with spf after applying AHA, when I want to go out?
  11. Can anyone recommend me a good moisturizer with spf 15 or greater that doesn't contain avobenzone? Here is a little history on my skin. I have mild acne and very oily skin, and right now I am using Dan's regimen. I have been using it for about 3 or 4 weeks, kinda lost count. It has worked very well for me so far. The only problem is, I hate the moisturizer. Even though I have really oily skin, I also have somewhat sensitive skin, and I find that after putting on the moisturizer it leaves me
  12. I was gonna say the same thing too but wasn't sure about it. Doesn't tomato juice have acids in it too?
  13. wait, r u telling me that on the first and second day, you ate nothing? Then, on the third day, no breakfast? If, so, do u have any clue how much harm you are causing your body. Taking a nutrition class myself, I have learned that starving your body can actually help cause weight gain, because you are putting your body into "starvation mode". I can't remember what actually happens in the body when it is starved but i could bring out my nutrition book and look it up. And another thing, break
  14. Has anyone tried Aveeno Ultra Calming Daily Moisturizer(spf 15)? It says its Hypoallergenic and Noncomedogenic so i was wondering if i could try this in place of Dan's Moisturizer.
  15. I have that same exact problem. The redness only occurs after I put on the moisturizer and it is around the nose/cheek area. I will have to try that moisturizer you mentioned. Where did you get it by the way?