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About ~Aubrey~

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  1. This is the "Journal Article" that you all are talking about. From your link. Enhanced Malignant Progression of Mouse Skin Tumors by the Free-Radical Generator Benzoyl Peroxide1 John F. O'Connell2, Andres J. P. Klein-Szanto, Donna M. DiGiovanni, JoAnn W. Fries and Thomas J. Slaga The University of Texas System Cancer Center, Science Park-Research Division, Smithville, Texas 78957 Chemical carcinogenesis in mouse skin can be divided into the processes of initiation, promotion, and progress
  2. Oh my god! First, I'm not a guy, and second, yes please don't bother to convince me. On the website the dermatologist and biochemist that are experts on skin are saying this, these are not my own words, and I have a right to believe what I want. I just told you that I have been suffering with acne still for 5 years and I use benzoyl peroxide still to this day, and after I read this I want to get off. I wanted some support from this forum from people who have used any of the skintactix products t
  3. I would rather take the alternative to benzoyl peroxide to be on the safe side and not have to worry about whether or not the benzoyl peroxide is damaging my skin or not.
  4. I don't see anywhere were it says that the mice already had tumors. Can you show me so I can read it? Where is the original documentation? If whatever concentration of benzoyl peroxide causes those problems, why would I want to use a small concentration of that. It's still bad for your skin.
  5. How do you know that they use 100% concentrated benzoyl peroxide?
  6. Has anyone ever read this? I read this from the skintactix website about the effects of benzoyl peroxide. I read it and I got scared me because I have been using benzoyl peroxide for 5 years now, and I'm still using it. They have another way to treat moderate to severe acne(I have this) and mild acne. It says that a dermatologist and a biochemist that are experts on skin made this stuff. I'm thinking about it. I don't think I'll be able to use benzoyl peroxide anymore after I read this. Has anyo
  7. I'm starting to think that I should just stop looking for that perfect cover up for my acne. I have been searching for two years, and no makeup can make me look like I want to. I think I should just concentrate more on fixing my acne problem for good, and then it will be easier for me to find makeup because it won't be so hard to cover the damage that has been done by my acne.
  8. Well, I am always looking for a mineral makeup that doesn't have mica because I have googled (mica and acne) and they say so many bad things about how if you have acne you should not use mica. It says quote "it's jagged edges can irritate and clog pores leading to acne." So I have found only two mineral makeups that don't have mica or talc and used those. They are Raesin Images Cosmetics and Barfaced Mineral Cosmetics in Beyond Neutral (Only the foundation colors that say "Beyond" are mica-free)
  9. It is so hard to have acne and have to find makeup to wear to cover the scars and red marks. There's makeup that covers but contributes to more acne, and there's good makeup (like minerals) but it never covers anything, at least for me. I have tried so many mineral makeups and they seem to settle into my small scars and don't cover my red marks. My face always looks tight and dry. Considering I use acne products on my face. I think since it is kinda like a powder or powdery. I guess with any ma