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  1. Been using Origins Charcoal Body Wash for a few years and I think its time for a change. I dont have acne per se, but I do get pretty large pimples here and there, on my back and chest. Id like to use a good smelling, high quality wash (not too concerned with price) and think I want to stay away from BP and/or Saliclyic Acid (unless you guys think otherwise). To be honest I think my breakouts are more due to the gym and less b/c of the type of cleanser I am using... Does anyone have anyth
  2. Thanks Kyle-ive actually never used any of acne.orgs products but they seem to get very high reveiws on Amazon. Is the AHA+ a spot treatment or a night moisturizer? If the former, do you out on moisturizer after you put the AHA+ on? Also, have you heard of Anthony Logistics' Complete Acne Treatment cream? It seems to have AHA plus Retinol and a bunch of other good ingredients as well. Thanks for the advice. Hello! The AHA+ can be used as a spot treatment if you wanted, but usually it's
  3. Thanks Kyle-ive actually never used any of acne.orgs products but they seem to get very high reveiws on Amazon. Is the AHA+ a spot treatment or a night moisturizer? If the former, do you out on moisturizer after you put the AHA+ on? Also, have you heard of Anthony Logistics' Complete Acne Treatment cream? It seems to have AHA plus Retinol and a bunch of other good ingredients as well. Thanks for the advice.
  4. 36 yr old male; ive got these small red blotches that wont seem to go away. They are the remnants of past pimples. I alos have some sun spots. Have been reading that I should be using a cream or spot treatment with Retinol, AHA/BHA and maybe Vitamin C (should I be lookinng for other things as well)? Any suggestions on a good all around product to use at night as either a spot treatment or all over oil-free facial cream? I dont mind spending the extra money on a better product. Thanks!
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