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T-ZoneGreaser

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About T-ZoneGreaser

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    Canada
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    -Basketball<br />-Christianity<br />-Atheism<br />-Surfing the Internet<br />-Reading<br />-Dogs<br />-Electronica<br />-Video Games<br />-Acne<br />-Psychiatry<br />-Psychology<br />-Movies<br />-Sense of humour (wait, is that an interest...)<br />-Writing<br />-Public Speaking (when duty calls for it)<br />-and last but not least...GIRLS!!! WOOT!!!
  1. Well, if you live in Canada, you could buy Spectrojel. I use it as my cleanser (I'm on Dan's regimen), and it's better than any other I've ever used! It's gotten pretty good reviews on this site. If you live in the states...sorry I can't help you much.
  2. This sounds terrible! Is there any other thing we can do besides carrying around a handkerchief? And why do I hate winter so much more now?
  3. http://www.acne.org/messageboard/index.php...&st=0&p=807486& I've posted this numerous times, but I can see that people still need help with their oily skin. My starts to get oily after about 2 1/2 hours, and these have been EXTREMELY effective for dabbing away the excess oils. They are wayyy better than any oil blotter pads I've used (effectiveness & price wise).
  4. Dan's BP Gel. Umm, maybe you shoulda poll'd this?
  5. Argh... I'm gonna have to deal with this too. But seriously, how bad can it get?
  6. You may be allergic to benzoyl peroxide. If that's the case, then you have to come off the Regimen, and do something else to fight your acne.
  7. Tried those, but they are so small and get pricey after a while. I bought a whole package of brown paper towels that are just a bit more expensive than the C&C's but are 15x larger and last SO much longer. The bpt's give me a matte look too, and I use only 2 of them instead of using 8-10 of the C&C's to remove all the excess oils.
  8. IMO, try SpectroJel. I've used so many cleansers, and I've found this to be the best. It's feels kinda weird at first though, sort of like applying oil to your face, but believe me, it's one of the most gentle cleansers out there. Only problem is though, is that it does NOT lather, so you can't use it as an alternative to shaving cream. SpectroJel's gotten pretty good reviews on this site too. Oh and another piece of advice. Whatever you do, do not buy Got2B facial cleansers! You might
  9. I got just the thing for you: http://www.acne.org/messageboard/index.php...&st=0&p=807486& These work incredibly well. I've been using them for about a week now, and I have to say that I'm impressed! Only problem is though that I have to towel off every 2 1/2 hours, or else my skin will start to get oily again. But during these 2 1/2 hours before I have to use them again, my face is matte.
  10. Sorry rentstuff, I'm not convinced. My opinion has not changed one bit since you came. Also, I'm glad the myth section will not be changed.
  11. My problem is exactly the opposite, it's too damned OILY!
  12. http://www.acne.org/messageboard/index.php...&st=0&p=807486& Check this thread out if you need help with the oil. I have extremely oily skin too, hence my username. I got them a couple of days ago, and I have to admit, they truly rock!
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