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aaron556

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  1. I used AHA+ this entire time by the way. My face used to heal from acne perfectly fine despite the fact that I used to pop my pimples with serious force (stopped once I got on the regimen), but I first started noticing a difference when my acne was finally going away. I pulled out with tweezers a white sebum plug thing that was sticking out of my face and it left a hole like normal, it should have closed up neatly but instead it stayed open and looked like it was ripped for a few days. It's
  2. Note, I do use AHA+. After a few days of using cleanser/BP/AHA+ as always, it becomes difficult to apply BP to my face because the flakes and the BP mix and it just looks nasty. Feels dry putting it on too. This means every now and then I'll have to scrub the flakes off of my face with water. I don't like doing this since it's very abrasive, I'm not breaking out so it's probably fine in that sense but obviously it's not good to be rough on your skin when you have acne issues. This only star
  3. Moisturizers with SPF have an extremely low oz/$ ratio that I can't afford. I will need an acne safe SPF cream that I can put on after applying AHA+ thanks. Never mind, found this: http://www.acne.org/reviews/sunscreen-c32/page1.html
  4. Even if your acne is as bad as it gets, you should still take the money. Yeah, it'll suck having acne still but you'll have $100M. You can get plastic surgery if you wanted to, I don't know. But $100M > clear skin imo. 100 million bucks
  5. morning and night cause I have no moisturizer. wow that moisturizer is very expensive. 2.5oz for $25 o.o
  6. Congrats. I'd also like to say, your avatar's context fits these forums quite nicely.
  7. So, funds are pretty limited right now and I'm forced to use AHA+ as my moisturizer. Well, I have no complaints. Nothing is going wrong, it doesn't burn anymore or make my face red. Are there consequences to this? I'm in week 10 of the regimen. Also, any recommendations for a moisturizer with SPF that would be good with the regimen please?
  8. I don't know how I ignored that, oops! And I definitely will mix my aha with the moisturizer now, thanks.
  9. Luckily I'm a hermit so the sun problem is out of the way.. however how often should I use AHA+, every 2 days right?
  10. I got school in the morning, don't want to take any chances with experimentation. Used it for my first time, 7 weeks into DKR, and it felt warm on my skin but didn't hurt. I simply put it after BP dried up but it didn't really moisturize my skin. I still had flakes, although not as much. I put on moisturizer/jojoba but my skin still feels a little bit.. dry, but not tight. How often should I use it also?
  11. You look great! I currently still have quite a few hyperpigmentation marks and scars, I just started using AHA+ right at this moment so I'll let you know what happens very soon..
  12. My friend used to have acne, until he started "getting some sun," and swimming. He thinks acne is that simple for people but it's not, we're both 17 now. He lost it at 16 without even doing anything, I didn't. I'm going to be 18 soon and it still hasn't stopped. Well it has now thanks to BP.
  13. I had to use vaseline for a week and it actually helped my skin. My whiteheads purged and left, but now that I'm using Dan's moisturizer it seems like my whiteheads are extremely stubborn. It's not something you can't take outside, sucks because it completely moisturized my skin and got rid of all the stinging from bp.
  14. I already have lightly tanned skin since I'm Mexican, however my neck and my ears are starting to look white compared to my face and I barely noticed it today. I use the acne.org moisturizer + jojoba oil. Will this tanning effect stop?
  15. >it was making my skin real dry that's because you need a face acne moizturizer, make sure it's non-comedogenic, etc.
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