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  1. I've used the regimen before with great effect, but I'd like something that doesn't require as much time. It takes 35 minutes after showering for the moisturizer to set in, and this can be too long when I have to go work and such. Is there any generally agreed upon lower maintenance alternative that will produce solid results?
  2. Bump. 5% BP is completely different. We're discussing 2.5% BP here, strictly.
  3. Here's one example of cheaper BP, which is $22 cheaper for the 16oz. brand: http://www.amazon.com/Benzoyl-Peroxide-Dr-Song-Treatment/dp/B00DFEGDVS/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1420219684&sr=8-1&keywords=benzoyl+peroxide+2.5%25 But like I said, maybe it's different? Seems similar to me though.
  4. Is there anything special about it? All 2.5% BP products are the same, right? So why is it so much?
  5. For the past three weeks, I've had tons of skin flaking. I tried a week with 1-1.5 pumps of BP, still flakes, took a break for the last week off the regimen, still flakes. I've tried rubbing off the flakes a few times with Jojoba oil, but it hasn't had a lasting effect. Any ideas?
  6. Hi, I've been doing the regimen (90%+ of the time) for the past 6 months. However, I still have a few issues, like the persistent blackheads around my nose. Should I switch things up? Is this as good as it might get with the current regimen?
  7. Hi, I've been on the regimen for about two weeks and I've worked up to 1 pump of BP for my face, chest, and back each, and a half pump of BP for my neck. I also do 2 pumps of AHA on my back, 2 pumps on my chest, and 1 pump on my neck. However, I'm getting extreme dryness with this regimen on my back, chest, and in particular my neck. I have really bad peeling skin and it feels very painful. Any suggestions on what to do? It's really bad and visually apparent.
  8. From my understanding of the regimen, you use 2 pumps of AHA from a 16oz. Acne.org dispenser and apply it to one side of the chest or back. So if I want to do both sides of my back and chest, that's 8 pumps, right? Except it feels like that's way too much AHA, because a lot of the AHA doesn't even make it to the surface of the skin, it just sits in yellow blobs on my skin. Any ideas?
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