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catcrazy

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  1. do you think you could maybe give me an approximate timeline of results you saw from panoxyl? I've been using it for only 4 days now and my skin does feel a little softer. but, I'm impatient- so it would be nice to know how long it took for your skin to clear up all the way; or at least get to a point where breakouts were controlled and there were very few pimples left. I'm really hoping this will work for me, but I would want to know if I'm going to have to stick with it for a long time in ord
  2. I've seen it being sold all over the internet; maybe you could try that. You could even buy in bulk! haha that's what I always wish I could do with my favorite acne products. Also, do you think you guys could maybe give me an approximate timeline of results you saw from panoxyl? I've been using it for only 4 days now and my skin does feel a little softer. but, I'm impatient- so it would be nice to know how long it took for your skin to clear up all the way; or at least get to a point where bre
  3. body acne is terrible

  4. Hi everyone! I've been struggling with bacne for a long time, and I've tried many methods of getting rid of it- none of which seemed to work. Salicylic acid, gold bond, head and shoulders- none of them could clear me up. Now I'm trying benzoyl peroxide in the form of panoxyl 10% strength bar. I've seen good reviews so I'm hoping it'll work. My only worry is that the benzoyl peroxide in the soap will bleach my clothes. I've heard that it will bleach towels, which I am fine with- I'll jus
  5. UGH. now they discontinued the only body wash that has ever given me results. Now my once-cleared bacne is back with a vengeance.. right when I thought I didn't have to worry about it anymore.
  6. I have a few questions for anyone who's tried baking soda 1. If you saw results, how much improvement did you see and how long did it take for you to see it? 2. How long do you leave the mask on before taking a shower? 3. Should I use a toner or body wash in addition? if so, do you have any recommendations? Thanks in advance for any help
  7. I was browsing the message boards one day and came across this method: "1. Mix approx. 2 teaspoons of baking soda with water. Put enough water in to make a semi-thick paste, about the consistency of a thick cream cleanser. 2. Rub it onto your back and chest (and wherever else you may suffer from body acne, though I only used it on my back and chest). 3. Hop in the shower and exfoliate with a loofah." I've been starting to try this, minus the 3rd step because I'm afraid of the irritation from e
  8. I read a lot of good reviews for this, so I decided to give it a try. It did dry up a lot of my bacne, but I was never really clear. I still got a lot of breakouts, but they would dry up faster- and my back was sort of perpetually irritated. I found out that the first three ingredients in head and shoulders are actually highly comedogenic. I've stopped using it- now i use neutrogena stress control power cream body was and gold bond body powder and it has worked like magic.
  9. I read a lot of good reviews for this, so I decided to give it a try. It did dry up a lot of my bacne, but I was never really clear. I still got a lot of breakouts, but they would dry up faster- and my back was sort of perpetually irritated. I found out that the first three ingredients in head and shoulders are actually highly comedogenic. I've stopped using it- now i use neutrogena stress control power cream body was and gold bond body powder and it has worked like magic.
  10. I read a lot of good reviews for this, so I decided to give it a try. It did dry up a lot of my bacne, but I was never really clear. I still got a lot of breakouts, but they would dry up faster- and my back was sort of perpetually irritated. I found out that the first three ingredients in head and shoulders are actually highly comedogenic. I've stopped using it- now i use neutrogena stress control power cream body was and gold bond body powder and it has worked like magic.
  11. which lotion do you use? Is it the extra strength triple action body lotion? I bought a bottle of that, but I'm not sure if I should use it because it is for the body. I checked for comedogenic ingredients and I didn't find any, but I was just wondering if you used this or something else.
  12. At first, I used this product while using h&s as a body wash. It did clear up a lot of my bacne, but I wanted something a little better because I wasn't achieving the amazing results that other people were. So I started washing my back with neutrogena stress control power cream body wash in addition (or something along those lines. its a long name.) and all I have to say is WOW. I don't even use h&s anymore. (I just found out that the first three ingredients are highly comedogenic, and I
  13. catcrazy

    summer.

    I'm like that. i'll get a couple of pimples on my face now and then but my back is embarrassing.
  14. I feel exactly the same way. NONE of my friends have bacne. Sometimes I just get so discouraged and I feel like its never going to get any better. I just wish that by some miracle I would just wake up one day and it will magically be cured and I could go out wearing one of my pretty backless sun dresses. Right now I just want to hit my head against the wall.
  15. Wow. I really like this stuff. I've been applying it three times a day: after my shower at night (In the shower I also use Head and Shoulders as a body wash. I used to just leave on the head and shoulders overnight as a treatment, but the results were less than stellar.), before I get dressed in the morning, and after my afternoon workout when I get home ( I sweat A LOT on these runs and I don't even have to shower until my nightly one mentioned above. I just put the powder on my back and contin
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