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  • Birthday 05/14/1988

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  1. BUMP Oh come on people, I thought this thread was genius back in the day. Let's revive it, ok?
  2. Do you mind me asking, what happens in 7 days?
  3. I notice that this topic has been alive for FIVE YEARS!! Wow. I just wanted to ask whether anyone here at acne.org has loved this regimen enough to have stuck to it for more than a year? If so, are you still seeing the same results? Has anyone who used to use this regimen using anything else now? Thanks guys!
  4. I'm in the same boat as you hun, but it looks like you've got a good regimen going. It's horrible isn't it - when you've got acne, the last thing on your mind is red marks. You just want rid of the acne. And then, when you're finally clear - BAM - red marks. Almost as bad as acne itself IMO. Sometimes I wish there was such as thing as a f*cking skin transplant.
  5. First of all I just want to say I am so sorry that you have to suffer that atrocity on your skin. You are a very brave soul. My opinion is by no means based on any professional knowledge, but looking at that I would say it is going to either leave a perminent scar behind when it heals up, or will take a large number of years to get back to normal. I'm afraid wounds/sores/whatever that is, that are that large, just need to be given time to heal as much as possible on their own. Please leave them
  6. This is a very good topic, because Alpha Hydrox 10% AHA Lotion and Aqua Glycolic cleanser seem to be the two most popular products at the moment. I recently got the Aqua Glycolic cleanser but have only used it once so far - I was eager to try it out, but then woke up with an extra spot that wasn't there the night before... I'm not being a wuss and refusing to go through the initial outbreak, but I'm just postponing it as I'm going to a Christening at the weekend and would prefer to keep my cle
  7. I'd say give it a try, but for goodness sake - don't get that stuff in your eyes!
  8. This is interesting. I was in Cyprus a couple of weeks ago and walking around the harbour. There was a big Dead Sea stall set up and I overheard a conversation between two women. Neither of them were working at the stall because I had seen them walking around together earlier that day. One of them was telling the other how she had a deep scar on her neck from an accident for almost two years that just wouldn't budge. She started using some Dead Sea product on her face and neck as instructed and
  9. So what made you decide to get back on the AG, Molly? I thought you said it was unbearably overdrying.
  10. Note for UK buyers, you can get this stuff cheaper in big Tesco stores. Boots are waaay overpriced. Same story with 99% of cosmetic stuff. I had a voucher and got a bottle for a lady godiva.
  11. This guy on eBay ships to the UK. :dance: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewI...atchlink:top:us yep i ordered it from him :D I was thinking about ordering from him. He's got 46 left, so plenty to go around! Any problems with him or was it all smooooth and quick?
  12. This guy on eBay ships to the UK. :dance: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewI...atchlink:top:us
  13. I thought I should throw this into the equation... I had laser surgery sessions in London for my red marks and they reduced only about 10-15% at most, and cost £100 a time. I had them weekly for about three months. That's a LOT of money - that's what desperation does to you! In my opinion, it's definitely not worth it for such a mild reduction. I would look at alternative methods first if you can persevere and realise that this will take time. There are a huge number of cheaper methods to try ou
  14. Couldn't just quote one bit of this - it's all so good. My sentiment exactly. :dance: I have very little respect for those who believe blindly in what they're spoon-fed when it comes to religion, those who don't question any of it. The fact is, we don't understand why we're here and probably never will. We're just dumb little brainless ants when you consider the unbelievable amount of things we don't understand as humans.
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