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TheTayMAn

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  1. Well, for me it is aboslutely necessary, otherwise I'll flake like crazy. But, if your skin is reacting very well to the BP, then you might be able to get away with it. But I highly doubt, if your following the regimen precisely, that you will. I would at least moisturize at night. I remember at the onset of the regimen I flaked really badly, to control that, I use a ton of moisturizer at night with jojoba oil. During the day I don't use as much moisturizer, and it helps my skin stay moist, but
  2. I wouldn't, personally I would follow the regimen precisely until you achieve total clearing. Then when you do, add in one thing at time to see how your skin adjusts to it, just like Dan says in the FAQ's. Also, using the Acne.org AHA+ as a night time moisturizer is great for fading red marks. Only use it though after about a month into the regimen. This gives time for the skin to adjust to the BP.
  3. Hey, when you apply the SA, what do you mean by liberally? Like a thin or thick fingers worth? Just got my SA in the mail yesterday, excited to start using it! Keep posting on your progress, interested in hearing how your doing with the SA. Hey, when you apply the SA, what do you mean by liberally? Like a thin or thick fingers worth? Just got my SA in the mial yesterday, excited to start using it! Keep posting on your progress, interested in hearing how your doing with the SA.
  4. I had the exact same problem when I started the regimen too. Even if I apply a small dosage of BP my face goes red, I assume my skin is also very sensitive to the BP. However I started to use it as spot treatment instead. I would say once you get clear of the acne I would lay off the BP for a bit and let your skin return to it's normal state. Then if you see a zit beginning to appear, carefully dab it with some bp, but just on the pimple as spot treatment. Then do repeat the same process with th
  5. I use BP as a spot treatment with AHA over it. Try that! It is excellent as it avoids redness and flakness and it totally drys out the pimple!
  6. An excellent spot treatment for a pimple before it has fully matured is to put some of Dan's BP on it, just on the pimple though. Let that totally dry for 5 mins at least, probably wait 10 minutes or so. THEN! Put some of Dan's AHA on it, exactly how you applied the BP. For me this works as an excellent spot treatment! It drys up the pimple and it goes away without any trauma. I would do this if you have the Daniel Kern BP and AHA. Its great for spot treatment. (Dan does this himself as well)
  7. The Acne.org AHA is great for fading blemishes! I use it almost every night, and it leaves your skin glowing, soft, and super moisturized! I highly suggest getting it!
  8. Hey, I have been on the regimen for a month now. I started on June 22nd and so far so good! I have no new breakouts on my chin at all. I have 1 zit which has cleared in about 1 day. So I am very pleased with the results! So I have pretty light acne, my whole face is clear, the only place where I was starting to get breakouts was under my nose and on my chin.. SO NOW.. onto the important part. Everytime I apply BP my face gets pretty red, I assumed after about a couple of weeks my face would get
  9. Thats great, yeah the AHA is great stuff!
  10. Hey! So I pretty much cleared up my acne, which was only light acne on my chin area. Now I just have some red spots. So my regimen now is: Morning --> cleanse, apply AHA Evening --> cleanse, apply BP, apply moisturizer Anyone else doing an identical regimen? And how is it working out for them? The AHA feels great, it doesn't sting at all for me, hopefully it helps to fade these red marks!!
  11. Hey I was worried too about the same thing when I first started the regimen, so I made sure and I emailed two dermatologist in my local area. And these are copied directly from my email inbox.. Reply from Dermatologist # 1 "it's safe and doesn't cause skin cancer" Reply from Dermatologist # 2 "Benzoyl Peroixide is not bad for your skin. And it is safe to use, and does not cause skin cancer. If it doesn't help see a dermatologist as there are a lots of other good therapies for acne." Af
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