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  1. I've been ordering Dan's stuff to here in Korea for over three years now, and I've never had any problems so far. This was back in the day when the treatment used to be called "BP GEL" and came in those ugly dark blue tubes. Anyways, I don't see why any of you should have problems with customs. The bigger sized bottles hopefully won't change anything, and we should be able to enjoy Dan's products at will, assuming we're okay with the high shipping costs. Hope that helped.
  2. I've been on the regimen for over two years now, I think. I think it takes a while to get used to, because I had HORRIBLE dry flaking on my skin for a while when I first started. I realized I could rub off a snake skin's amount of dry skin, though, and now I have no blemishes at all, and also no dryness trouble from the BP. As a Korean (hey there, yang!), I guess I could attest to its effectiveness on Asians! But I really don't think race makes enough of a difference to merit a look into it.
  3. Whew! Now 2 bottles of BP Gel for $13 shipping! And to think I spent days wondering if there were any political reasons for the lack of US mail options...... Thanks for the help. Much appreciated.
  4. Hi. I've been a long-time buyer of BP Gel, since long before it got its name changed to CSR gel! For years, I've ordered single bottles to South Korea for about 10 dollars shipping. It sucked that shipping cost more than the product itself, but product was well worth it. However, when it was time for me to order another one, I found that "normal," cheap shipping to Korea was gone! The only option available was UPS Worldwide "Saver" for over 42 dollars... I fiddled around with postal codes, b
  5. oh crap it does? :mad: hmm... it DOES put a sort of layer on your face... and they say it's for "texture..."
  6. If only it were actually that big. I'd strangle it to death
  7. Hi. I've been using moisturizers from Kiehl's for several years now, and if you can afford their prices, I think you should try their stuff too! I used their "Sodium PCA Oil-Free" moisturizer first, and it was great b/c it had no greasiness at all. But Dan's BP gel started giving me dry scales after a couple months, and the lotion stopped having any effect even after multiple applications, so I had to switch to the much stronger "Ultra Facial Mosturizer." That one was even oilier than most bod