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garr757

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  1. They are tiny, painless bumps with a reddish-skin color. When I used it twice a day, my skin got really irritated, dry, and burned a bit. It looked and felt terrible. Like I said, once a day has kept me pretty much clear. In the mornings, I'll either wash it with the cleanser, or just do nothing. Since these have surfaced, I've tried using the BP and Moisturiser on them (in addition to the cleanser) twice a day, but it just made them redder and irritated that section of my face. I'm considering
  2. I've been on the Regimen about 3-4 months and I've pretty much gotten rid of the problem that I started this for. I usually had one or two inflamed pimples on my face at a given time, and they wouldn't form a white head until several days after surfacing. Other than the first few days of using the DKR Moisturizer (my face did NOT like that stuff), I've been clear for a good month or so. I have some red marks, but I cover those up. I'm currently looking for a way to fade them, but that's not wha
  3. I'm in my late teens, and ever since I started breaking out, I've been using concealer to try and hide it. I've been on the regimen for a few months, and I'm more or less clear, excluding a few left-over redmarks. I conceal these with make-up everytime I go out. I feel a little on-edge, however, because I'm always afraid to be close to someone and be found out about this. Granted, I'd rather take that risk than walk around with my red marks all day (which aren't really that bad, but I'm extremel
  4. I pretty much have my acne under control. In the mornings I rinse my face with warm water, occasionally using DKR Cleanser. At night I'm using DKR Cleanser, BP, and moisturise with this Vaseline Intensive Care stuff, might swirth to the DKR Moisturiser, I'm not sure I like it though. Anyway, I've seen so many ways to help reduce red marks left from acne, which is all I have left, and they're pretty dark. There's about five of them I've had for awhile that don't want to go away, and don't seem t
  5. I was under the impression that closed pores became clogged. Anyway, so how do you un-clog them? Just keep your face clean and don't touch it?
  6. I'm a little confused. Is it open or closed pores that are more likely to result in acne?
  7. Is there any way to speed the process up?
  8. Anyone? This thing is really annoying, and the only mark on my face I'm really self-conscious about.
  9. Was just wondering if using Neosporin or the like on leftover acne scars would help heal them quicker, or at least lighten them a little. Also, would using it in addition to the Regimen be a mistake? Thanks.
  10. I've been on the DKR for about a month, and it's starting to get my acne under control. I woke up a few days ago, however, and noticed this black dot on my forehead. I have no idea what it is, as it doens't look like a blackhead or a zit. It looks like the color is under the skin, and there's a little tiny red dot in teh middle of it, like as if a scab had formed, but I don't feel one. The blackness almost looks like blood had formed under the skin. I showed my mom and she said it just looked li
  11. I've been on the regimen using the actual DK products for a little over three weeks. I've only been able to use it once a day; any more and my face starts to hurt and get really irritated. I noticed a number of tiny zits start to form on my forehead about a week or so into the regimen. I figured it was part of the skin's first reaction to the BP, and assumed it was part of that initial breakout. Fastforward a couple weeks, and those zits are still there, and I think a few more have appeared up t
  12. I'll start off with a little less then. Thanks for the quick reply! :dance:
  13. I've been using the regimen with liquid soap, some leftover ProActive BP (from last shipment), and a moisturizer for about a month now, while I waited to receive my DK products (there was a delayed shipping error). I'm up to a finger's length of ProActive's BP daily (my skin is rather sensitive, so I've kept it at a single application daily). I just receive my DK products and wanted to know if I should start at the standard first week amount that Dan suggests, or jump into a half, or full finger
  14. Thank you. I'll probably order using one of those methods.
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