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TuaMan

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  1. I've got a Remington 'Microflex TCT', and I would highly recommend it. It doesn't have the cleaning facilities of the aforementioned, but I don't think that they could removee the bacteria regardless. I'm not sure if it's expensive or not, because it was a b'day present, but I would guess that it was a mid range shaver. Apparently it has the highest rpm of any rotary shaver, so it should give a good shave.
  2. I always have a warm shower then rinse myself with cold water. The reason? Well it's probably a stupid reason, and the least scientific of any of the crap said here. Anyways, I always use the analogy of washing up. For example, I have just washed up a glass, and now I rinse it with hot water, then the water will have been evaporated before I have a chance to dry it. On the other hand, if you rinse the same glass with cold water, it will stay wet long in to the night. Therefore, by my mess
  3. I'm an electric razor man, and it works a charm. You can skirt around pimples and I also find it to be less irritating. I would say that taking a layer of skin off would be a bad thing if you have sensitive skin. If you do choose to use a blade, you might want to check that your aftershave isn't comodegenic or irritating. I always shave just before I wash my face, so I don't think you have to worry about how hygenic each of the ways are.
  4. How is that regimen working out for you?? Is it better than Dan's? how long have you be using it? I'll tell you in a couple of weeks, cos I've only just started. So far, so good though B)
  5. Yo Boffin, grab them from Woolies in Sydney (I did). The Blackhead clearing scrub is called Blackhead clearing cleanser, and the continuous control acne wash is 5% BP instead of 10% BP, but apart from that they are the same. Check out the pics on Drugstore.com so you know what you're looking for in the supermarket. They look the same 'cept for the slightly different name. g'luck! Unreal Thanks heaps for that info dude. So the products that are sold here look the same as the pictures from d
  6. Yo Boffin, grab them from Woolies in Sydney (I did). The Blackhead clearing scrub is called Blackhead clearing cleanser, and the continuous control acne wash is 5% BP instead of 10% BP, but apart from that they are the same. Check out the pics on Drugstore.com so you know what you're looking for in the supermarket. They look the same 'cept for the slightly different name. g'luck!
  7. It is also a possible carcinogen... beware :ph34r:
  8. Hey fellow Aussies I think you're right about Benzac being the only 2.5% gel, although there maybe one called oxy on the spot. I can't remember, but the lowest for that might be 3.5% or something like that. I did the Regimen a few months ago using Benzac AC 2.5% gel, but only had initially good results. My face did clear up over the first couple of weeks, but after a month or so I was getting really REALLY dry, painful skin, no matter how much moisturiser I used. I also didn't like having
  9. Hey all, 'nother new guy here in Australia. I just bought the two 'Botchla's Regimen' products here in Australia, but they are slightly different to those obviously found in the US. Firstly, the BP in the continuous control cleanser is only 5% ..and the Blackhead clearing scrub is actually called Blackhead clearing cleanser (same bottle, same beads, different name I suppose. Perhaps us Aussies are offended by scrubbing??? ) Anyways, my question (yes I actually have one) is whether it migh
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