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  1. For real, this is not even worth peoples time to read when you draw such unwarranted attention to your posts.
  2. I'm really sorry to hear about your story. It's very unfortunate that you don't have insurance, because I think accutane would be a good option for you. Once you do get insurance later in life, I would definitely look into seeing a dermatologist, but I think it would be way to expensive without insurance. I would suggest reading over dan's regimen, and doing EXACTLY what he says. Wash twice a day only, very very gently, with a gentle cleanser. Then use dan's Benzyl Peroxide after the wash morni
  3. Here is what you can do to help: Tell her in the nicest way possible, that you LOVE her and think she is beautiful with or without the 'bumps'. Tell her that she is gorgeous, and that the bumps are not that bad. You need to reassure her that it's not the end of the world. This will help take some of the stress off, and better allow her to tackle the issue. Whatever the problem is, it's going to be 10 times harder to solve if she and yourself are stressed about it. Good luck, I hope it works
  4. In the past 10 years, have you used products with benzyl peroxide, any retanoids like Retina A, or Differin? Have you also used over the counter products that contain harsh chemicals like this? Things like salicylic acid, or other AHA's?? Clearasel prodcuts and stuff? Because maybe you got the acne because of hormone's, but then once introducing all these harsh chemical washes, and topical creams your skin never had a chance to reach equilibrium. I believe that if you start throwing all kind
  5. Hello- I've been visiting Acne.org and the forums for over two years, but have just recently started posting in them. Yesterday I posted a topic about a general question I had regarding acne, and it was almost like a survey. It had NOTHING TO DO with acne products, or oily skin. However the 'Moderator' moved it to this part of the forum, where i'm SURE not many people ever visit. I don't get why my post was moved to a section that had nothing to do with my post. So my suggestion is create a
  6. Wow, i'm sorry but this is a case where you say, "don't listen to everything people tell you"
  7. Well it's kind of difficult to say. Because if you are dehydrated, that will be a body-wide physiological change and not only your skin will be affected. I don't think that flaky skin is a sign of dehydration however. Dehydration will make you tired and fatigued, give you headaches, and many other symptoms. You can be perfectly hydrated and have dry flaky skin on your face. However if your skin looks and feels smooth, that's a good thing, keep up what your doing. About BP irritating your skin,
  8. Well Dan, who developed the regimen/products claims he still uses the regimen as stated on Acne.org. He as also said that once in a blue moon he tries to quit the regimen, and every time his acne comes back. My thoughts are, who cares! If the regimen works for you, then I think it's worth it to stay on for as long as it works for you. The regimen becomes part of your lifestyle, just like brushing your teeth or taking a shower. So truth be told there is no way to know for sure if it makes you
  9. Hello All! I am not new to Acne.org, however i've recently been driven to open an account and begin participating in these forums. So here are the question's I have for everyone ( I was going to run a poll but I don't know how in these forums ). -From the people you know in your life, family friends or anyone else WHO DOESN'T HAVE ACNE, do you find that they wash their face twice a day? For instance, I know most females who wear makeup probably wash their face every night to get it of
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