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  1. I have suffered with acne since I was in 7th or 8th grade(13-14 yrs old). I started using an aloe, honey, and oatmeal mask. I think it really controls my acne, although it has not stopped reoccurring I think this mask really keeps it under control. But, what bothers me more than my acne is the spots and scars and when I use this mask I think it helps my skin with the healing process. I use the inside of an aloe leaf, put it in a small container then add 2 -3 teaspoons of natural bee honey, and I
  2. I would love for Dan's Gel to be in stores!!!
  3. I had a cyst that lasted almost 3 months to clear. Little by little it reduced in size, and now i just have the red spot. Do not touch those cysts, just do the regimen and be patient;those big cysts do go away with the bp.
  4. Please do not pick on those black heads try something else. I wish I could tell you what to do to get rid of them, but I don't know. The reason i'm telling you not to pick on your blackheads is because one time I did that and I got this huge pimple and 'till now it hasn't gone away.
  5. Thank you for your advice guys I really appreciate it and I'll take all of it in consideration.
  6. I'm really getting impatient with this pimple that I have in my cheek. I have been on the regimen for almost a full month. My acne has been improving the problem now is this big pimple. The bp only made the bump a bit smaller. It really looks like a big cyst and I'm afraid it's a sebaceous cyst. Has anyone had a pimple that has taken more than a month to clear?
  7. How can you tell that you have a cyst that has to be removed (cut) by a dermatologist in order to get rid of?
  8. It does go away. Dan also says that it will subside after a while of being on the regimen. I'm going to continue with the regimen same dosage as Dan recommends, and I think you should do the same. Redness is not as bad as having a bunch of pimples.
  9. I have started the regimen again because I stopped and I began to break-out. It has been almost a month since I've re-started the regimen. For the first two weeks I started with half a finger-worth of bp for both of my cheeks, since those are my problem areas. In the 3rd week I increased the amount of bp and my skin began to get red. I'm positively sure it has nothing to do with the sun because I've had no direct sun exposure in my face. Even when I first started on the regimen my face was
  10. I live in LA, CA. and I do notice that when I'm in the city I'm much more vulnerable to break-outs. When I go to Yosemite for the weekend I never break-out. I also notice that the red spots I have are less red. I do agree that in some people environment plays a big role in whether you break-out or not. That's one of the reasons I decided to go to college at a rural place.
  11. I would like to exfoliate, but can anyone give me any suggestions as to what kind of exfoliant I should use for sensitive skin. Thanks in advance. :-s
  12. When around children hope and prey they won't start asking about what I have on my face ( I work at a school). The expression on their face is of ugh, and when they ask in my nervousness it seems like they are almost screaming.And everyone around me will just notice me even more and will want to hear what I will respond. Just a terrible situation! 8-[
  13. I love the effect aloe vera produces on my skin.Aloe vera like Violeta said is rich in vitamins. Aloe vera has many minerals and aminoacids that penetrate the 3 layers of the skin.The gel of this plant has 19 aminoacids out of the 23 it has, that help the skin form new cells and tissue.The vitamins that this plant has are B1,B2,B6,B12,A,C, & E (I've ben doing a bit of research on it). As a little historic fact, in Egypt Nefertiti and Cleopatra used it to be more beautiful. Anyway aloe vera