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  1. So I've had acne since I was about 15 and am 20 now. I've been thinking about this for a while and I need feedback from people to see if this theory of mine makes sense or if you all think this is possible. I've been on Dan's SCR for about a year and a half now. Do you think its possible that people my age on the skin care regimen have already outgrown acne, but the constant washing and applying of benzoyl peroxide on the face has just stimulated more oil/sebum production therefore actually pr
  2. I know you should cut out all dairy from your diet to help out with your skin, what about soymilk? Would it be okay seeing as how it doesn't have hormones from a cow?
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  4. So i've never been to a derm, does anyone know the steps to get a cortisone shot administered? I.e. do you need to have a derm to get one and if anyone has ever gotten one, how did it work(out)? Thanks.
  5. ITS TRUE!!! I ordered mine about 2 weeks ago and it hasn't arrived yet! I think something's wrong because I usually order it and it comes in two or three days, it's never EVER taken this long...I got the tracking number from Dan and i clicked it and its going all over the place from California to Ohio to Dallas (I live in Austin) then up to MASSACHUSSETTS?! I don't understand what's going on but its frustrating and its making me anxious because I don't know how long my skin will hold out...
  6. Use this shampoo its called T/Gel by Neutrogena. I have the same problem and this stuff works, it leaves ur head feeling minty, weird i know but here's a link so u know what it looks like. http://www.neutrogena.com/ProductsDetails_62.asp
  7. Okay, so I was wondering if Zinc works like benzoyl peroxide, meaning the skin is said to never build up an "immunity" towards benzoyl peroxide, so likewise, will taking Zinc supplements to a certain extent make your body/skin get used to it and not be as effective as it was initially?