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Everything posted by grey_fox

  1. I also use Panoxyl 2.5%, and have been for 8 months now. I get it for free as my dad's a pharmacist
  2. Yeah I use that neutrogena visibly refined stuff, and it's pretty good if a little pricey. The SPF may leave your face looking shiny like a mirror though, so it's best to spread it thinly.
  3. Yeah the oxy ad is hilarious!!! It's like they don't even try anymore and made the ad for the sake of it. Those guys in the ad must be students desperate for money, cos they made complete ar$e$ of themselves on TV!! I've always found that the best products are the one's which aren't advertised heavily, like BP, and Zirh products, etc.
  4. The moisturiser Pink recommended is available from boots for £9.99. Neutrogena Pore Refining Moisturiser I've been using the same tube for nearly 2 months now!! and I've still got half left so I'm defo getting my money's worth. The only problem with it is the SPF tends to leave a slightly greasy film on the skin, but other than that it seems to be doing the job well.
  5. Currently I'm using Neutrogena Pore Refining Moisturiser with SPF 15 in it, which I know is a woman's moisturiser but it does the job reasonably well, if a little pricey considering the size of the tube you get. I recently tried a sample of Anthonly Logistics Oil Free Facial Lotion with SPF 15, and it was pretty good. Its £30 for a 70gm tube from mankind.co.uk, but I personally would say its a good investment.
  6. I've been using Panoxyl Aquagel 2.5% and I've had no real problems with it, just that its a little over-drying at times. I use Neutrogena Pore Refining Moisturiser with SPF15 in it. You can get it from Boots. This moisturiser is good, but a little pricey considering the size of the tube you get, and it starts to make u look shiny (probably the SPF) so next time I may try a more 'up-market' one like Anthony Logistics Moisturiser from mankind.co.uk.
  7. I use King Of Shaves K-Series Shave Gel (the green one, with menthol, tea tree oil and aloe vera in it). It works pretty well and I've not got any clogged pores with it. However, it's specially designed to not foam too much, which I found useful so you can see where you're shaving, but some people don't like the low foam idea, so you're gonna just have to try it an see how it goes.
  8. keepitcoming, where did you order your freederm from?? TylerD, if you're from the UK, just go to your local pharmacy and ask them to order some freederm for you. My dad used a supplier called AAH, pronounced as 'A' 'H'. From them it comes next day, or even same day if you order in the morning before 10am.
  9. Well I got this stuff pretty much before all the 'major' retailers got stocks of it. My dad's a pharmacist, and found out about freederm ages ago, and ordered some straight away. It arrived the same day that I found this website, and read about the regime. I initially started using just the freederm for a week, then the more I read about the success stories with BP I decided to try that, and gave up on the freederm for a few days, then decided to combine the 2 like I'm doing now. Before I st
  10. If you think that's bad, you should see the Clean & Clear treatment gel ad. They claim it'll get rid of the spot overnight. But in the ad, the girl that uses it doesn't even have any spots in the first place!!! and yet she's staring in the mirror, complaining about a spot that isn't there!!! Those crazy ad makers....
  11. I've been using this for the past 4-5 weeks now, during the day and BP at night. Nicotinamide is an anti-inflamatory agent, which is RELATED to vitamin B3. It's primarily for use on 'angry' spots. It absorbs ultra-fast as its in a gel format. It also contains citric acid as well, although I don't know what strength.
  12. Yeah I use it. The main ingredient is Nicotinamide 4%, which is an anti-inflamatory agent. I got this stuff 4-5 weeks ago as my dad's a pharmacist . They claim it's a totally new approach to acne treatment by stopping the irritants from 'irritating'. I use it during the day and BP (panoxyl) at night. The freederm seems to help reduce the reddening effects of the BP pretty well. However, the freederm isn't a cheap product, relative to the costs of other treatments. If you want it, best thing t