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  1. It is very unfortunate that so many people are having severe dryness problems with the New Formula Moisturizer. I had the exact same issue when I tried it, and I absolutely HATED the product for it. Now that I ran out of my old formula supply, I decided to give the new formula a second chance. I really have no choice, as I have found Cetaphil to break me out (and Complex 15 is not moisturizing enough) and both of those do not blend well over BP. The reality for me is the New Formula Moisturizer
  2. Everyone is going to experience different results. However, the only thing that has ever worked for me is a once per day application of BP. When I was applying BP twice per day I would get uncontrollable flakes and leather like skin, and that is not good when you work inside of freezers throughout the day. What I have done is (and this is for 7+ years): Night before bed: Wash gently with Basis Sensitive Soap Apply 2.5% Benzoyl Peroxide gently and generously (and let dry for 30 minutes) Apply Mo
  3. I am glad this moisturizer is working out for you. I have found that the Cetaphil Moisturizing lotion is working well for me. It takes a bit of time and technique to get it to absorb over the Benzoyl Peroxide, but once everything dries it pretty much disappears. So far no breakouts.
  4. Be careful with this product. I found that it broke me out. I was using it only on my neck/chest/under chin area to test how I reacted to it, and after a weeks use I started to see breakouts popping up each day. They disappeared once I stopped using it. It does moisturize very aggressively, It just does not agree with my skin. I am not trying to scare anyone, just advising that you should probably test this on a small portion of your skin first. I am trying Cetaphil Moisturizing Lotion, and I a
  5. If you want the CURE for acne which this website refuses to show, email [email protected]

    The reason why it cannot be shown on this site is because they KEEP removing IT !! :@ Acne is caused by the lymphatic system, liver impairment, parasites, poor blood, damaged intestinal flora and drugs/alcohols, etc. Spread the word!

  6. First, Dan is not making a huge profit on the travel sizes of original moisturizer. Those were left over stock and he is simply keeping them for sale until they are all gone. They were all that was left of the original moisturizer. Second, Dan has always cared about feedback. Anytime he has ever changed his formulas, it has been because you guys have asked for it. How you can say he doesn't care about his customers is beyond me. He cares more for his customers than ANY company I can think of
  7. But more people liked the old version - look at the reviews. The reviews don't indicate the preference of every single customer. Keep that in mind. Reorders and moisturizer sales are probably a better indicator. Plus we get emails as well. Not everyone participates in the ratings. While we would love to be able to make a product that was perfect for everyone, it just isn't possible. For every one person that might come here and complain on the forums or post a negative experience in t
  8. Yes, please bring back the old formula moisturizer in a larger size. You can still buy it in 2 ounce bottles but it is extremely expensive and difficult to dispense this way. Please offer the old formula and new formula in large bottles (8 ounce or 16 ounce).
  9. I too have experienced some major issues with the new formula moisturizer. It felt great going on, very calming and soothing. However it did not moisturize, my skin would become extremely flaky within an hour or too. I would re-apply every few hours and it still would not moisturize enough. I mean I am talking 3-4 pumps with sometimes 10 drops of Jojoba Oil, and it just doesn't work. I used the moisturizer for over a month and I had to stop. It was causing me to get frustrated and to breakout li
  10. I have not personally had success with AHA in conjunction with BP treatment. However I have never used AHA by itself in a regimen, but I have seen some posts from other user on here that have had success with it. Here is one thread that might interest you: http://www.acne.org/messageboard/clear-w-AHA-t38346.html I think that the logic behind it is good, I am just too afraid to go off of BP completely to try it myself. Good Luck!
  11. I don't like it at all. I have tried it and it just does not moisturize well at all. It has caused several problems with my skin after using it for a month: extreme dryness, flakes, breakouts... And that was with TONs of Jojoba oil. I never has this problem before either. I have gone back to the old moisturizer for now because I know it worked for me. However with the small travel bottles it is extremely expensive to use now. I hope that they bring back the larger bottles for the old formula
  12. _user12345

    The only good thing about it is it goes on light and absorbs well with Benzoyl Peroxide. It does not moisturize. I have been using the regimen for several years now with no problems at all, but this moisturizer has really messed up my skin. It does not moisturize well at all, my skin is extremely dry and flaky. I have experienced many breakouts and I am SO FED UP RIGHT NOW that this product was changed. I have not changed anything else other then this moisturizer in the regimen so I know it is t
  13. Here is a question that I have been pondering... What would your life look like if you had never struggled with acne. Or, in a more general term what would your life look like if you believed in yourself and had higher self esteem. I know for me personally, in my late teens and into my early 20s I found my self esteem to be very low. This effected my relationships, and in my opinion I probably lost several friends and also potential long term relationships. To this day, I find myself still at a