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  1. Has anybody tried just not applying it for one day and seeing if it lessesn the amount of sweat? Or is it a perma-damage type thing...?
  2. Who wants to try an experiment of one day not using anything on the face except a cleanser, and see if you sweat while doing very light excersise ?
  3. OK so using the BP and moisturizer as directed, I only apply the medication to my checks and chin, not my forehead. However, whenver I'm doing very mild exercise, I sweat from all over the face and even the forehead, where I put no products except washing with a non-medicated cleanser. Does anyone know if this is related to the regimen, and how I can prevent this from happening? Thanks guys
  4. For what it's worth, I take a gram of protein per pound of body weight (170g daily) and I'm on creatine and I don't find that it effects my acne for better or worse. I will say that a high protein diet increases the healing rate of redmarks though!
  5. UPDATE : This stuff is great only have one active zit and almost everything else is invisible except in fluorescent lights.
  6. Since starting the 0.3%, I'd say it's mild. I have about 3 active pimples, and 2-3 fading ones. My theory is that with the 0.3%, I'm going through the purging, or adapting to the new strength, phase by breaking out. I'm not ready to say the 0.3% is not as or more effect because the pimples I did get from the breakout seem to be healing quickly.
  7. Honestly, I had used differin 0.1% for about 9 months and was essentially clear minus a random pimple, but I decided to swtich to 0.3% to see if I could get entirely clear. I've been on 0.3% for about 3 days now, and I've broken out alot. Not sure whether or not this is from the change in medicine or not, or from other factors (I've drank alcohol alot in the past few days). I'll keep you posted though for sure.
  8. Not in pharmacies in my city yet so I have to wait. Got the perscription tho.
  9. GOVERNMENT CONSPIRACY!?!?!??!?! lol jk
  10. Hey, you're one of few Canadians on this website . Yes, first you'll have to see your family doctor or gp and show them what you got. Generally they'll perscribe you something that isn't going to work, so id ask them right away if you could be referred to a derm.
  11. I'll speak for that other 1% and say that fish is fine
  12. Can a family doctor or gp prescribe 0.3% differin? Or only derms?
  13. Do you think I could upgrade from 0.1% to 0.3% without an additional perscription?
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