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  1. Hey there just thought I would share my input. I have been totally clear minus red marks from the regimen for about 3 months and last month I cut down to only using once a day (at night) and knock on wood but so far no breakouts at all! I haven't even had a pimple in about 6 weeks. I think it depends on your skin so trial and error but it has worked for me so far and if anything changes I will let you know. Good luck on whatever you decide.
  2. Hey there. I had a similar experience. I started with milk acne and by about week 6 it was the worst it had been in years. Anyways I stuck it out and about week 7 1/2 or 8 my skin just started to clear up and has been pretty much clear since other than the odd pimple and of course the dreaded red marks. Stick it out it will improve again. Some people have said it took them the full 3 months to really start to notice positive results. Just stick to the regimen and it will all hopefully come
  3. Yeah I also wait to start timing until the peel is fully applied.
  4. yes, neutrogena for sensitive skin. i apply twice a day, and usally that helps with the dry skin, but the redness also, after i shave, the moistureizer burns for a few seconds, then goes away. i really want to try a new moistureizer, but am going to stick it out with the neutrogena. i am actaually surprised with my results so far, just a few small pimples on the forehead, but i think i can def see a small improvement so far. edit: silly question.....is the b.p. the cause for making me re
  5. It took me about a week when I ordered from skinwizard. So not too long.
  6. I have been on the regimen for about 6 month and have been clear minus red spots for about 3 months. I just recently cut down to once a day but I am watching my skin very closely because at the first sign of trouble I am going back to twice aday. I want to get rid of redmarks but there is no sense in getting more to get rid of what I already have. I would try to cut down to oncea day and see what happens and then if you want to try to phase out you can I guess. Good luck and keep us posted.
  7. John617, I think your skin need the recovery time of a week between peels for the full exfoliation to take place and for your skin to heal. I don't think doing them closer together is going to help. You may end up hurting your skin more than helping it. I'm no expert so its up to you just let us know how it turns out if you do try it.
  8. It takes some people longer than others to see results. I didn't get results until week 7 and 8. If you check out Dan's recommended supplies you may be able to try a different cleanser and see if that helps. Stick it out though because it takes up to 3 months or more to clear up from what I hear. Depends on your skin and severity of acne I guess.
  9. Sad to hear your not giving advice anymore. Some of us such as myself did really appreciate it and it is nice to have someone to turn to to actually answer questions because so often you will post a question and never get an answer. Thanks for all the help it was greatly appreciated!!!!
  10. Hey everyone I have a question. If I am currently doing 40% glycolic peels weekly can I still use Neutrogena Healthy Skin moisturizer shich has glycolic acid in it between peels??
  11. I have just recently decided to cut back to once a day as well. I really hope it works for both of our sakes!!! I have been clear for about3 months so hopefully I don't ruin all the progress. Good luck!!!
  12. yea, u probably should switch by now, you already did the 30%, so swicth to the higher strength. Have u seen any results on ur redmarks? ←
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