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  1. The sun will NOT make your red marks go away. In fact, it will make them redder and it will take longer for them to go away. You need to wear sunblock every day so that the sun can't do further damage to your skin.
  2. The regimen does not suck. Are you sure you are doing it correctly? Watch the videos again to be sure. Are you allergic to BP?
  3. I have some, and I stopped using it because it made my skin too greasy. It was just uncomfortable to have sitting on my face. I stopped using it, and my skin looks better now.
  4. Do you sleep on your right side? Your pillow case may be the culprit. Wash your pillow cases at LEAST once a week, and don't use fabric softener.
  5. is it ok to use a moisturizer with SPF at night?
  6. Can you become "immune" to BP after prolonged use?
  7. I live in America, and I bought Neutrogena on the spot at Walmart for $4.47.
  8. Has any tried this product to get rid of red marks? Does it work?
  9. I didn't say that the cetaphil bar is not mild. Yes, it is mild, but not as mild as the liquid cleanser. Here is where I read that. http://www.cetaphil.com/product_informatio...d_questions.cfm
  10. I use the cetaphil liquid cleanser and it works great. I read on the cetaphil website that the bar soap isn't as mild as the liquid cleanser. Maybe try the liquid cleanser or try switching to Purpose soap.
  11. I have oily skin, and I don't think that using less moisturizer will solve your problem. Try using a moisturizer that is made to help control oil. I used to use Clinique's moisture in control moisturizer, but it is very pricey. It's about $30 for 1.7 oz. Plus, it doesn't totally stop your skin from getting oily. I have yet to find an "oil controlling" product that keeps my face from getting shiny. Throughout the day, I use Clean & Clear's oil absorbing sheets to blot up oil. They work