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About SuperFly

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  1. Hey um, I saw your signature that you use Dan's BP. I want to order his BP online and was wondering how much you ended up paying in total, with conversion rates and delivery and whatnot.

  2. Hey Nancy I think it's a good idea for you to start the regimen as it seems to help a lot of people that try it. Let me see if I can answer a few of your questions here...
  3. I thought a topic made by Dan himself would incite more discussion than this! That's what I wanted to say and this definitely isn't a bump.
  4. Just don't worry about it and then do the regimen as you normally would at night. I find if I go swimming during the day I have to apply some moisturizer when I finish up otherwise my face gets too dry.
  5. Ahhh! That's quite the monster run-on sentence there What you're describing sounds like clogged pores, "closed comedones" in the acne industry. Your best bet to fight these is to add exfoliation to your treatment plan, preferably chemical exfoliation as opposed to manual exfoliation. Look for lotions containing either glycolic acid or lactic acid. Depending on what products you're already using, you can consider adding a product containing salicylic acid as well. You may want to head on d
  6. Popping is always bad, but sometimes there's simply no other option
  7. I remember Brandy as being a big fan of icing pimples, I'm interested to see what she has to say. From my own experience, icing pimples seems to slow progression down. If a hot compress speeds up a pimple's "lifespan"--it inflames the pimple, causing it to come to a head and pop, thus healing it more quickly--then icing it does the opposite. Whenever I've iced a pimple it seems to be preventing it from getting large, but it usually gets large anyway and just takes longer to heal. I think I'l
  8. Agreed. The average uneducated teenager experiencing a breakout will buy whatever they believe to be the strongest medication. I remember in my early acne days I'd douse the area in 2% SA, followed by a giant glob of 10% BP. I'd then wake up the next morning, perplexed that my skin would be red and peeling and the acne would be worse. :lol:
  9. I find using two pumps is actually too much for me (sensitive skin, I've concluded), and that I need to use less of it mixed with a gentle moisturizer to cover my entire face. Use as much as you need to get the job done, however if you experience dryness, there's a good chance the Neutrogena is actually the cause and you should cut back. It's all about balance
  10. Signs of aging are caused by the skin stretching over time, losing elasticity, not by a lack of lube. Yeah, I said lube.
  11. Uh, was that supposed to be funny OP, just leave it alone and do not touch it. If you want it to come to a head more quickly, soak a cloth in warm/hot water and then hold it on the area for a few minutes in the morning and at night. When it finally comes to a head, wait until there's almost no pain and the redness around the whitehead is almost gone, then follow proper popping procedure. Good luck.
  12. Yeah, I'm pretty sure it's because of your avatar/user info on the left, rather than the sig.
  13. I know what Brandy means about 12 hours not always being realistic. I find if you just try to get two applications in daily, as evenly spaced as possible, it should work out. If you're only 6 hours away from the next application or something though, I'd just skip it and wait.