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  1. just when I'm in the clear, I break a sweat and the acne is back in full force. I wash my face before and after but it doesn't seem to help. What does everyone else do? I know I'm not the only one here that works out.
  2. OK so my question is kinda complicated. I started ordering the large BP bottles from Acne.org about a year ago. I still like using the regimine but these old bottles have gotten kinda hard to use lately. I can still feel that the bottle has plenty of BP about 20% BP left in it but no matter how often I hit the pump nothing comes out. I have to shake it up then sometimes I'll get it to pump a little bit out but not much. Eventually I have to start just unscrewing the pump, shaking the bot
  3. I feel like my body has been through a lot lately! Not related to the Accutane, but I went hiking a couple of weeks ago and scraped my knees and ankles, I spent some time outside and ended up with a bad tick bite, got my eyebrows waxed and ended up with a burn that made my eye pretty swollen for about a day AND THEN I got a really bad rug burn on my knee last weekend. Okay, I should have known better than to get my eyebrows waxed while on Accutane, but I needed to get them done. My burn from tha
  4. so apply bp every evening and on a 24 hour period after i have applied it when can i go for a run? the next day's afternoon before applying it again or what? should i wash before the regimen then go for a run and continue cleansing and applying bp that same evening?
  5. Hi guys, this is my first time posting. I've lurked on here for a while due to dealing with super oily skin throughout puberty and early adulthood. I felt the urge to post about my success for the past 3 weeks with niacin, in relatively small doses and exercise. Basically I had read on a few forums that niacin helps oily skin, along with high cholesterol. I had pretty bad acne when I hit puberty and from then on my oily skin has lingered. It's not as bad as some of the people I have read about b
  6. From the album: Back

    The BP is drying out my back SO much. I have to use a little lotion on my neck and shoulders so it won't be so terrible red all the time. I have a few (3) zits on my neck that didn't make it in the picture. (its hard to take pictures of your own back!). I have been washing my back after working out now, usually within 30 minutes. I have several scars (hyperpigmentation) right now and only a few zits left. So, I hope to be completely clear in the next month!
  7. Hey all. I'm just wondering what your regimen's are if you are someone who works out like myself? Also wondering if this is too much cleansing for combination, cystic-prone & acne-prone skin? 8:30 AM - Wash my face before work (Spectro Gel Wash, Moisturizer) 7:00 PM - Shower and wash my face again post workout (Spectro Gel Wash, Moisturizer) Midnight - Wash my face before bed (Spectro Gel Wash, Prescription Acne Stuff which is quite drying) ???? .
  8. My skin is pretty decent now, I have some small, bumpy whiteheads and red marks left but no more inflammations. Recently I decided to start running, hoping that it may improve my skin and make me healthier overall. I've noticed that after I get home that my skin looks better: the whiteheads seem smaller and the redness is a lot less noticeable? Is this real or is this just my brain being euphoric after a good work-out? Have a nice day people!
  9. Okay well I've been trying to exercise again but I feel I'm slacking off again. I get P.E. three times but it usually is not to difficult. I mainly do strength training and I've switched my lower body day to a high intensity interval training workout, mainly sprinting. I'm not sure if much of you know much about it but I've heard that it's much better than regular running and I agree. Like I said I'm trying to get lazy as I basically have no motivation execpt that I might be doing track and more