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  1. When I use it, it sort of "goes into" the skin, and I don't have to wash it off afterwards. Are you shure you aren't using to much, or simply aren't applying the bp correctly?
  2. I find it very difficult to find a sunscreen that doesn't break me out, and fits my skintype. I have combination skin, and when using acne treatments it gets quite dry. Most sunscreens that are meant for acne prone skin are also meant for oily skin, which doesn't suit my skintype very well. Does anyone know about a sunscreen or moisturizer with SPF that doesn't make me break out, and works on dry/combination skin? Thanks in advance<3
  3. A product that actually works

    I've been using the benzoyl peroxide for about 2 months now, and I'm as good as clear except from a few zits that occurs here and there. It's truly a miracle worker, and I've become so much more confident now that my skin is clearer. Allready the first week I saw significant improvement! I used the benzoyl peroxide together with a moistirizer and cleanser that was not in the regimen, but it still worked great for me. I really recommend this product!
  4. Hey! Does anyone know if salicylic acid will help the same way that glycolic acid does? They're both acids and salicylic acid is exfoliating just like glycolig acid. Also, salicylic acid is used a lot when it comes to acne prodcts. Does anyone have any experience with salicylic acid? If so, please share. Does it work like glycolic acid? Has anyone experienced that salicylic acid has cleared their acne?
  5. I've heard that salicylic acid helps with this, since it is both exfoliating and prevents blackheads and whiteheads from forming. Haven't really tried it that much my self, but if you haven't tried it, it might be worth a shot.
  6. Looks like you have whiteheads, which is extremely normal to have on your chin. Ingredients like benzoyl peroxide and salisylic acid may help you, and remember to be very consistent when on a treatment! For me, it took several months before I saw progress. Maybe you could give the acne.org regimen a go?
  7. I'm thinking of starting the regimen, since it seems like it has helped a lot of people, but I'm not sure if I want to use alle the products. I allready have a cleanser I like because it's very gentle and not very drying(I've heard the regimen clenaser is quite drying), and since the moisturizer has such bad reviews I thought I'd skip that too( I have my own moisturizer) and only try the benzoyl peroxide. The benzoyl peroxide is supposed to be the actual treatment though, isn't it? Anyhow, woul
  8. Disappointing

    I was so excited to try this product, because I had heard that it did wonders for a lot of people. I don't usually have sensitive skin. However, I I reacted quite badly to this cleanser somehow because my face went really red, itchy and a bit swollen. Maybe I'm allegic to benzoyl peroxide or something else in this cleanser, but all the sideaffects I got didn't go completely away until three days later! My face went a tiny bit dry, but that wasn't really a problem at all. It didn't break me out
  9. It's clear that you have acne. Have you tried the acne.org regimen?
  10. I decided to try this new cleanser from neutrogena, the rapid clear stubborn acne cleanser, containing 10% benzoyl peroxide. When I tried it my face went really red, a lot more red than when I've used other acne treatments not containing benzoyl peroxide. My face got a bit less red throughout the day, and i didn't think it was so bad anymore. However, when i woke up the next day, my face was really red again, it was a little swollen, and itchy. I did not reapply the cleanser, I've only used it o