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About justshootme

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  1. Gotcha, well.. I'm pretty darn sure anything in liquid form that is water soluble (or at least can be spread with water) is by definition able to be diluted. if you have 1 gram of pure benzoyl peroxide in blob of 4 grams of colgate toothpaste (0.25g BP per g of paste), and you put that combined blob into another blob of 4 grams of crest toothpaste - youd end up with 0.125g BP per g of paste. [I think my math is right there lol, you get the idea] and the same applies to water instead of toothpast
  2. Thank you for your reply, not sure if you read the entire post though. I mentioned I usually dilute the 10% gel with water before/during application. But you could still be right even in its diluted state, just wanted to be clear that it is diluted. Also, yea its a mystery to me what these sores/areas are. I am closer to 30 than 20 these days, and have had all kinds of acne/pimples in my day - these seem different. As I described, often times there never appears to be a "core" or a area of infec
  3. Sorry went a little nuts with the tags on this thread probably. Anyway, Ive been meaning to make a post about this for months. I literally cannot stop using BP gel (cream? gel? not sure its white). I have been using it pretty much every time I shave/wash my face for years. I wash my face about once a day, sometimes every two days. I have good hygiene, but I find if I wash more than that my face looks 10 times worse. Also, the BP is necessary every time now. I will have the same areas (on s