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DanDaMan1487

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  1. so true! I noticed this too... but i call it a coincidence
  2. I've noticed that cutting out milk makes me break out less, but then I have this dilemma: where can I get the calcium? I am only 15 and still developing. Sorry for turning this into a nutrition question, first of all. Calcium supplements? I've asked my dad and he said that I'm full of shit. He tells me - "I'm 40 and I don't even need it. You read too much information and are becoming paranoid." So, does anyone have suggestions on "clean sugar" calcium sources?
  3. I was trying to explain that it will definately heal scars, but it took care of Acne for me as well... Hope that clears it up.
  4. Here is what I have been doing for the last 5 days, and the results are unbelievable. No, it's not the BP kicking in or Retin-A because I also had quite a bit of back acne, which all of a sudden is going away. The regimen - drink an INSANE amount of water. Yes, you have to drink A LOT of water. I try to drink 1 cup of water every 30-45 Minutes. I also drink about 2 cups of water before going to sleep. The effect was really interesting at first. I always read that water is good for y
  5. Retin-A is not very cheap. It can be up to $50 or more for a single tube, but for those who have a prescription it can cost as low as $5 for 3 refills.
  6. Cmon folks, I need your opinions. I want to know if this will make my face wrecked or not...
  7. I got a new prescription from Kaiser Permanente today. Please tell me if it will be any good! By the way, BP 2.5% and Dan's regimen works wonderfully for my skin, it was just too expensive. In the morning: Wash face with Cetaphil cleanser bar. Wait 30 minutes and apply Benzoyl Peroxide 2.5%. It is a gel form. At night: Wash face with Cetaphil. Wait 30 minutes and apply Retinol-A 0.25% to face. It is a gel form. I got a really great deal on the 2.5% BP from their OTC pharmacy:
  8. I am one guy that used to have moderate acne (used to have lots of P.Acne, never cysts or nodules). I've tried Dan Potter's regimen and I must say that it might work for others, but it seemed to work way too slow for me (yes, I've waited for weeks). Over many months of trial and error, I have created my own regimen which works perfectly and very quickly for me. In 2 weeks, my break-outs were reduced by 90% and the spots from previous acne have begun to quickly fade. How do I do this? With a
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