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  1. Pixxe

    -Cost effective (16 oz.) -Affordable -Dries clear -Effective BP treatment with desirable results -No unpleasant fragrance -Nice texture to put on skin -No residue -Expensive to ship overseas -Only available from Acne.org -Caused me some initial dryness, redness, flaking and purging -Takes some time to dry once applied -Results took me a while (3 months) -Per longs red marks after acne heals This product is a great BP to use with The Regimen.
  2. That definitely doesn't look like acne to me. I'd suggest seeing your doctor.
  3. http://www.acne.org/messageboard/Red-marks...t-acne-f34.html
  4. Well, you can count yourself lucky for that outlook. It's a mental problem, a lot of the time the acne is only a trigger. Yes, everyone is different. And, not getting fired, or possibly flunking out will maybe have something to do with it. Think of how that would look on a job resume, you were fired because you kept calling out of work, no boss wants to hear that during an interview. You just have to learn to cope with what you got I guess you aren't getting the point. It's ok, f
  5. Can I just say thanks because after this post I went out and bought some of this and in the few days I have been using it, my pores have gotten MUCH smaller, and my skin is silky smooth. It's not clearing my acne, but it's not making it worse. I'm just using it as a replacement for my moisturiser (I'm using The Regimen at the moment). I'm a happy bunny
  6. Well, you can count yourself lucky for that outlook. It's a mental problem, a lot of the time the acne is only a trigger. Yes, everyone is different.
  7. This is good advise for those not suffering with other mental issues. I do try this, but it's very difficult. If you are serious about the BDD though, I'd suggest telling your doctor and he will most likely refer you to a psychiatrist. Anti-depressents help some people, as well as Cognitive Behaviour Therapy. This website is good: http://www.bddcentral.com/ and there's a good write-up on the condition here: http://www.veale.co.uk/bdd.html
  8. I have BDD, and I was fired from work because of it. I've missed a lot of university already and I feel like I'm going to have to drop out now. It's very frustrating because my acne cleared up for a while, but I didn't feel any better as I found something else to obsess over. Now, I feel hopeless as my acne has returned and I don't feel as though I'm worthy to have it clear up.. because I was so ungrateful when it did. Anyway, I feel your pain. BDD is a horrible thing and not many people under
  9. I've never experienced any dents but my friend who was on the regimen noticed 3 chicken pox scars surface after using it for about a month. So yes I think it just makes them more noticeable, not causes them.
  10. It worked for my cystic acne aswell as the other stuff. I'd say give it a go and see how it works for you! Mid flow is best I reckon.
  11. I haven't posted here in a while, just thought I'd give an update. Haven't had acne for a very long time now, or so it seems, and I'm still using Urine to wash my face. My skin's pretty much clear. Couldn't be happier! =)
  12. If you don't like it why are you posting? It's working for some people, so there's no reason for you to care. I haven't posted here before because I've never felt the need to, no other regimins suggested here have worked for me to make me want to post. There are medical studies, if you cared to look. Just most people go "Eew" before they even consider it. Hey, like I said.. you don't wanna do it? That's your choice, don't go poo-pooing something that is helping people.
  13. Sad to see the negative people have driven you away Jen. But i'll write an update on how this is going for me. I've been reluctant to visit the site since I first posted because I have near perfect skin right now and have seen no reason to visit hah. But I thought I'd write a quick update anyway. I've been doing this for about 9 days now, three times a day (1st when I wake up, then when I get back from work late afternoon, and finally before I go to bed), I don't use anything else on my skin.
  14. Hey Jen. I've only just joined this forum so that I can thank you. I have moderate acne much like you describe, and have tried countless products and chemicals to no avail, nothing ever seems to work. I tried this yesterday. I had a large cystic pimple on my chin that was very painful, I cannot feel it at all anymore and it has dramatically decreased in size. Which is awesome because I've had it for about a week now and it wasn't going away. Doing this has also make my skin feel softer and t