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Maddenedhatter

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About Maddenedhatter

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    Ontario, Canada
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    -clears up acne -shrinks your pimples -prevents acne from coming back -smells good! (to me, at least.) -tightens pores -burns your skin -leaves skin red and splotchy after use -dries out skin -leaves skin shiny I found that this product actually works really well, but, of course, you can't rely on this product only. Yes, it did leave my face red and it dried it out/left it shiny, which is why I use this at night before I go to bed. I apply it with a cotton ball
  1. That might possibly be what I'm thinking of, I read somewhere that toothpaste contains benzoyl peroxide, but since my mother is usually the supplier of my toothpaste I've never checked any other brands.
  2. This kind of thing goes back to the days of our great-grandparents, and I want to know your experiences with toothpaste. I've used toothpaste as a spot treatment before, because it's cheap and easy, and lots of toothpastes contain something called Benyzol Peroxide, which is SUPPOSED to be a major acne fighter. However, I've heard a lot of mixed reviews about this potential treatment, some people saying that instead of helping their acne it just made their skin redder. I used toothpaste on my a
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