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  1. Good luck Kris! It'll be quite a journey, but just don't give up! We're all here supporting you
  2. For the first time in my life, I've been getting compliments on my skin. Like, almost daily. I never thought I'd ever be that person, but I guess miracles do happen. I started the regimen in September of 2011, and my skin was an absolute disaster. Cystic acne, small whiteheads, blackheads-- you name it, I had it. It was the lowest point of my life. Having acne ruined my college years. I never wanted to go out because my confidence level was so low. I missed out on so much, but I was ashamed
  3. Don't give up! I had the exact same experience. I started the regimen in 2011, and it took a good 6 months before I was totally clear. My skin flaked off like crazy, and there were times I didn't even want to leave my room. I wanted to cry. But I stuck with it, and now i only suffer from an occasional pimple every now and then. I didn't like the AHA, to be honest. It burned my skin SO BAD. Actually burned. Every have I used any thing more painful. I would reccoment just sticking to the basic re
  4. Any word on the availability of the SPF? :?
  5. Don't quit! I promise it'll get better!! It took me a good 6 months before I was clear. You've already come so far! Just remember-- With starting the regimen, time and patience is everything.
  6. Tbh, it took me about 6 months before I had clear skin. After the 3rd month, I wanted so badly to give up, but I stuck with it, and I'm beyond glad I did. I don't know if it's good for your skin, bad for your skin, or what. But it WILL clear your acne. Your face may burn with BP the first few months, the moisturizer may sting, but eventually, it'll be like liquid gold, which is always good. Good luck to you!
  7. Aw, thank you so much<3 I have very few photos when I was at my worst. There was a point in which I didn't even want to go anywhere where because of how ashamed I was of my skin. I remember my friend asked me to come over for her bday party and I just made up an excuse saying I had to study for a midterm :/ Acne ruins so much of one's life. I'll try and find something though!
  8. Yes, like the others said, maybe try using more BP? Good luck:)
  9. OH MY GOD, I'M SO HAPPY!!! Thank you so much Dan!! I've never been so excited over a skin care product in my life!
  10. I feel so bad for not posting here anymore. Now that my skin is clear, the moral support isn't as needed and I just go about my life without the stress of acne. Just wanted to say thanks again to Dan and the entire Acne.org community. Without it, I'd still be the insecure girl in the first post of this topic. Sometimes I take a step back from the mirror and am in shock at how clear my skin looks. It used to be so terrible-- to the point in which I could tell people weren't looking at me, bu
  11. ^Thanks for the advice! Considering all the options you guys have mentioned! edit: OMG I just found Dan's topic about the SPF moisturizer coming out this Spring!!! AHHHHHH SO EXCITED! I think I'll just stick it out without an SPF until I can buy this one!
  12. I really didn't like the AHA. Whenever I applied it, no matter how little, it felt like a 498320th degree burn on my face. Extremely painful!
  13. I LOVE LOVE LOVE Argan Oil! I found Jojoba oil to be far too greasy and it didn't seem to moisturize my skin at all. Argan oil is the icing on Dan's regimen cake of perfection! I recommend it to you all!
  14. I've been on the regimen for over a year and my skin has never looked better. Dan's products are the only ones I use, and I've had great success with them. However, I feel as if I need a moisturizer during the day that includes SPF. I'm extremely fair, and even the slightest bit of sun exposure will give me a little sunburn. Before the regimen, I remember using Proactive's oil free SPF moisturizer, which was actually pretty good. I'm just afraid. to change anything up with the regi