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AndyA

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  1. What's the name of the one you get at a pharmacy? There was something called Fostex, but it says on the sulfursoap.com website that they don't make it anymore.
  2. I've been using it for about a week and I like it, but not sure of long term. I'm using it 3 times a day; before work, after work and before bed. You can mix sulfur and salicylic. One of the bars they sell is Sal-3 (3% salicylic acid and 10% sulfur bar). I may try that one next. You can't beat their prices if it works.
  3. My insurance would not approve of Rosula Cleanser or Wash, and it's way too expensive to buy, so I did a search of sulfur and came across a website www.sulfursoap.com. I purchased a bar of 10% sulfur soap for just $4.50 including shipping. It took 5 days to ship, and I started using it 3 days ago. The smell isn't that great but it makes a nice lather. They also have something called Sal-3 (3% salicylic acid and 10% sulfur bar) which I may try in the future. That item is only $4.99 plus shipp
  4. I was getting a prescription last year at Walgreens and they had Prosacea on the counter. I bought some, used it, and it was useless. jmo
  5. Bradley Pharmaceuticals Launches Kerol Topical Suspension and ROSULA® Clarifying Wash June 28, 2007: 07:45 AM EST FAIRFIELD, N.J., June 28 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Bradley Pharmaceuticals, Inc. today announced that its Doak Dermatologics subsidiary recently launched two new product line extensions from its Kerol and ROSULA® brand portfolios. Kerol Topical Suspension (50% Urea), a potent keratolytic in a vehicle containing lactic acid & salicylic acid, is an addition to the line of Kero
  6. Bradley Pharmaceuticals Launches Kerol Topical Suspension and ROSULA® Clarifying Wash June 28, 2007: 07:45 AM EST FAIRFIELD, N.J., June 28 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Bradley Pharmaceuticals, Inc. today announced that its Doak Dermatologics subsidiary recently launched two new product line extensions from its Kerol and ROSULA® brand portfolios. Kerol Topical Suspension (50% Urea), a potent keratolytic in a vehicle containing lactic acid & salicylic acid, is an addition to the line of Kero
  7. Has anyone tried this? I was on the website and I can't seem to find what's in it. They're saying it doesn't contain Benzoyl Peroxide, but not really saying what it does contain. It does mention Inflacin which I'd never heard of. I did a net search and it says that's a topical pain reliever.
  8. "Rock bottom pricing". lol I wonder if they changed their website?? I could have sworn it said "money back guarantee if not satisfied" or something like that. Most reputable companies will give a refund. I just paid $100 for a Splintek and don't like it at all, and will be getting a full refund. If anyone's interested in a Splintek they have them at Target.com for $40. I'm not returning it because Target is cheaper. I just don't like it, but that taught me to shop around. I thought you
  9. The St Ives sensitive formula has excellent reviews. 4 pages of them. I'm definitely trying it when the Acnexus is done. http://www.drugstore.com/products/prod.asp...983&tab=1#1
  10. My plan is to get that when I run out of Acnexus. I'm getting the one for sensitive skin and it doesn't have salicylic acid in it. I saw it at Wal Mart and it is cheap. Scott, are you using that along with Acnexus?
  11. I checked my bottle and it also says "cloggin". Maybe the proofreader had a hangover that day. Anyway, I've been using only Acnexus twice a day for 12 days and I have no miracle to report. I'm no worse but I may be a little better. I've had no breakouts and my redness has subsided. I asked my mother for her honest opinion and she said I looked pretty good; she tells it like she sees it. I definitely need more time to see if it's the Acnexus or just my face responding to being less a
  12. Cloggin? lol I'll have to check my bottle when I get home. Another weird thing was that on the box it came in there were stamps. Regular stamps like the ones you use at home when you mail a letter. Most companies have some kind of stamp machine. Also, on the website whenever I try to log into my account I get this weird error. They have number you can call, but they never answer. It's a recording and they get back to you, but I didn't bother to leave a message. Anyway, this mornin
  13. I got my Acnexus in the mail today. It came in a plain box and was post marked Utah. As I opened the package I could smell something odd. I thought maybe it had spilled but it hadn't. The bottle was actually larger than I thought, and to my surprise there were no directions(except on the bottle), no invoice, promotionals, or other literature that you usually receive with mail orders. The bottle said to gently rub on the skin but it didn't mention wetting the face first, so I did it just
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