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  1. So I'm a female, in my 20s and I suffer from moderate/severe acne. I use to have very severe acne about three or four years ago, I still think it's still severe to an extent, but not as bad as it was before. Anyway, this is what I'll be using for three months: Clean & Clear 5% BPO wash (or the PCA Skin31 5% BPO wash) Acne.org Treatment (Only at night) Acne.org AHA+ (Only apply at night 2/3 a week) BPO mask (one to twice a week) Taking: Multi+ Daily Glow Mult
  2. Dan's products have arrived! I'm so excited! I can't wait to update on how they feel/work out, but first, I have some news from yesterday: SO, I had full coverage for my performance last night. I used Bare Minerals powder, and quite honestly, I've decided that I hate the way it looks on my face. I have very oily skin, and Bare Minerals has no problem showing that. I wasn't sure why a powder would make skin oily at first; maybe because I didn't use the matte formula? Anyway, Bare Min
  3. Hey! Sooo I've been reading certain topics about the moisturizer and how to handle SPF, etc. I bought Philosophy Hope In A Jar SPF 30. It's expensive, but lasts a long time and is completely non-comedogenic, unlike most of the sunscreens out there. It's great! Anyway, does it really matter how one applies the sunscreen in the morning? I usually just mix it in with Dan's moisturizer and apply it that way, but I've been reading comments people have made about how you have to apply the s
  4. Hey all I've been on the Regimen for 8 days! Woohoo! Loving it. I do have some questions about the moisturizer though. I'm using the acne.org products, and I noticed that Dan suggests using 2 full pumps of the moisturizer. This really feels like a TON of product. I don't know if that's because the moisturizer is thinner than most, but it takes a long time for all of it to saturate. I feel like 1-1/2 pumps still is more than enough. Also, when I mix Philosophy SPF 30 with it in the
  5. Hello! So i am about two months into the acne.org regimen (using the acne.org products)... I suffered from black heads, clogged pores, bumpy forehead, and cystic acne along my jaw lines and cheeks. At this point i still have some black heads along me nose and chin, some clogged pores, and only about four actual pimples on my whole face. It has improved greatly since i first started the regimen (knock on wood!!!)... I never experienced an initial breakout and the drying from the bz was not to
  6. I used Dan's products for the first time last night and this morning, and all I can say is, wow. I can already tell that these are by far the best products I've ever purchased. Everything does exactly what it's supposed to do! The cleanser is super gentle but removes all of the dirt on my face and tightens my pores. The BP treatment is smooth when applying and SUPER effective without overdrying my face (SO much better than Neutrogena On The Spot), and the moisturizer makes my skin feel super
  7. Hey, I have been on this regimen for around a month and 1 week, and I've still been having flaking and dryness problems from the bp, which the moisturizer isn't fixing. I will apply the moisturizer with about 7 drops of jojoba oil, because the jojoba helps it soak into my skin faster, and adds moisture. When it's pretty much absorbed, my skin looks really greasy and it becomes a few shades more orange than usual. It stays greasy for a little while, and then it's fine for maybe 40 minutes to an
  8. So I have cystic acne. I am 14 years old and I have tried numerous amounts of products that have failed. I have also tried cutting out lots of different foods, so please don't refer me to some foregin strange diet. I am debating whether or not to buy the Acne.org products. I want to try this as a last resort before Accutane, because that's a really intense drug that I don't want to go on. I'm only a teenager and I would really appreciate any responses to my main question: Does the Acne