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  1. yepp. I used to have that type of acne. Proper using of BP and moisturizer helped me out a lot.
  2. Make the first move. By grabbing your arm or touching you doesn't mean that he is not shy; because he might still be quite shy, but just trying to overcome his shyness. If you go for it, you will then both help him and yourself out.
  3. Damn, that was one nasty picture... Looks like he has cancer (if that pic is real)... There are ppl having tumors, even larger than that. but mostly on their backs...
  4. uhm. but one needs to continue using BP in order to keep the acne away... So why does he want to sell them?
  5. Yeah. it is normal to have an initial breakout with differin... stick to it (and your BP) and it'll be fine...
  6. yepp it sure does look like red marks...
  7. AHA, can be found at any large supermarket I guess (in the States... in Sweden you have to go to the pharmacy); just some glycolic acid... Retinols should be perfect for you; visit your derm and he might give you something (not very expensive)... It can take a long time for red marks to fade, depending on skin type and how deep they are. You might get some scarring, but retinol helps that BP can even delay the healiing of scars! Go, get retinol
  8. 10% BP may be a little too harsh for her. It could cause more redness than necessary... And as she has very mild acne (as what I can see from the pic) a maximum of 5% would be enough... Go for 2.5% if you can get hold of it (in Sweden the mildest is 4%) Are there some white residue of the BP on her face? If that bothers her, tell her to use a bit more moisturizer at those places (a non-comedogenic ofc)
  9. Show us the link. http://www.apoteket.se/rd/d/4520/ProductSK...on/showProdInfo The substances in it are not given, so I'll write what it says on the bottle: Aqua, Ammonium Lauryl Sulfate, TEA Lauryl Sulfate, Hydrogenated Peanut Oil, Lactic Acid, Lactose, Milk Protein, PEG-2 Stearate, Glycol Stearate, Hydroxyethyl Ethylcellulose, Sodium Hydroxide, Sodium Methylparaben, Methylparaben, Cholesterol, Phosphoric Acid Hmm. My 500ML bottle doesn't look exactly as that the one in the link, bu
  10. Hello again... I just bought a cleanser called Lactacyd made by GlaxoSmithCline. It can be found in the acne-category at the pharmacy webpage (in Sweden). But there is some hydrogenated peanut oil in it, and I wonder if it is ok to use it; without any chance of clogging any pores?
  11. My face is quite weird as well... after applying bp my face gets very dry, and a bit flaky as well, so I moisturize... but the problem is that I get very oily skin after maybe half a day... it is just annoying... I hope it'll go over after some years...
  12. hmm. 8-10 red marks eeh? I've got over 30!!! But I'm happy... The CSR has cleared my face from annoying imflamed pimples [got tons of these before] Are those red marks large? Then there might be product that can mollify them and make them smaller...
  13. what moisturizer do you use... I used a bad one: a comedogenic one (not non-comedogenic) and it ruined a year of my life [got moderate acne!]... now I use a noncomedogenic one (and I use lots of it) without any problems!
  14. yupp, as long as you don't use a comedogenic moisturizer which I did you almost a year!!! Thank god that I found this web site [Now I use another moisturizer... much much much better!!!]
  15. Be sure to use a non-comedogenic moisturizer!!! Well I didn't and my last year was completely ruined (until I found this web site :P)