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  1. The 2 month mark is here! 8 weeks! This is a crucial milestone, people. A crossroad of sorts. This is the time I told myself I'd evaluate my progress and decide if I should continue... Well? What do you guys think? Is it worth sticking it out another month? Another 2 months? Forever?!?
  2. Fingers crossed my improvements stick! We all know how that can go
  3. Hey kids. So I just finished week 3/started week 4. And I'm still pretty pleased w the results of the regimen! As a reminder I'm using 1/3 fingers length of bp twice a day, with dans cleanser and Cerave moisturizer twice a day too. I also just started my 3rd month of the bc pill Trinessa... I try and wear as little makeup as possible. Some Clinique concealer under the eyes and on any zits usually makes me half presentable for a day at work. But I'd like to start trying maybe adding a primer
  4. Isn't that what we tell all the dermatologists who we see, now? "Sooo, it all started when..." blah blah blah. So my story sounds a lot like what I've already heard so many times on this site. I'm 25, female, and have battled acne on and off since middle school. In high school, proactiv controlled it somewhat so that it was manageable. But my freshman year in college my periods went crazy, I got ovarian cysts, and my skin opened up a can of whop ass on me. Proactiv was no match for th
  5. I have been struggling with acne since I was about 15. I'm almost 18 now and my acne just recently got so bad that I couldn't stand anyone seeing me without makeup. This is the worst my acne has ever been. I cry almost every night because I feel so disgusted when I look in the mirror, and I hate having to put so much makeup on just to feel like I can walk out the door. I recently discovered The Regimen through YouTube testimonies. I was so excited to hear about an acne treatment that I couldn't
  6. Hello from Japan!Welp, I made it through one of the most stressful summers EVER. And my skin basically did too, but:Status: forehead is looking pretty good. There are a few clogged pores that are minuscule but still are a little bothersome (arg, perfectionism, but I suppose I have to be patient), and an unclean area near my left temple/above my eyebrow (it just looks irritated). Red marks are fading, but still slightly there. The left side of my face had some action last week, but it's mainly di
  7. Welp, it’s been three full weeks on the Regimen. Status: I have to say, things have really started to clear up since my last post. I’m not sure if it was a change in mindset (focusing on the positive and on progress, not “perfection”) or if things just naturally started kicking into gear, but a lot of those blackheads on my forehead have started to flake off. Also, those small-but-irritating pimples that weren’t really going away… have mostly gone away. It’s kind of weird! My chin is still pu
  8. drewparson

    Its Here!

    Hey Everyone, So today the kit I purchased arrived. I chose the create your own kit option, what I got was the 16 oz. cleanser( it has the most value), 8 oz. treatment, 8 oz. moisturizer, and 8 oz. Jojoba oil ( I have dry skin and I didn't want it to be super flaky). and since I started last night with the starter kit I got, I will still be having the week #1 update on Monday, March 31st. Thanks for reading, ~ Drew
  9. Posted January 31, 2014 My name is Angel. I'm an addict. I'm addicted to skin picking. Or perhaps just addicted to picking out my imperfections and focusing on them with diamond-cuttin laser focus. Today I am starting "the regimen". Or should I say... tomorrow i am starting. I've already messed up today. I've only told a few people about my "dirty little secret".. and they all think I'm crazy. The problem is that I never let anyone see me without make up. I'm a young, fairly success
  10. Last night I really drenched my skin in jojoba oil before going to bed and slept face up for as long as I was aware of my body's position. I think that the foresight of last night really helped my skin's condition this morning- It felt a lot more comfortable immediately after waking up. That being said, after the morning regimen, my skin continued to get dry throughout the day and I finally saw the notorious flakes I'd been dreading. I also got two new pimples, one right in the middle of what us
  11. I went ahead and used a full finger's length of benzyol peroxide morning and night. Perhaps I went too fast, but it's done now. The condition of my skin today was as follows: Skin feels rough and the dryness is definitely kicking in, especially around my eyes and mouth. I'm not seeing any flaking yet, but the dryness is causing the very surface of my facial skin to be tight and move unnaturally when I contort my expression. I'm pretty sure that this tightness is what precedes the flaking period.
  12. So excited to finally try out the regimen. I ordered the cleanser, treatment, and moisturizer from acne.org (I already have some jojoba oil) and I just finished washing, cleansing, and treating my skin. Because I've only applied the system once, I can't really talk about the effectiveness yet. I can however, talk about everything else. The time it takes to finish with the entire process is around 40 minutes. I'm thinking that I'll have to take that time into consideration when I do the regimen i
  13. Hello ! Above all, I want to apologize for my horrible English, I am French and not very talented in foreign language haha! So, it's been a whole month now that I started The Acne Regimen (you should know that I do not have severe acne, my pimples are persistent, they are located exclusively on my T-zone, the upper cheeks and chin but not on the jaw or in the neck). I know that it's not much time that I started the treatment but I found that my skin became worse than before, at first everythin
  14. smsm

    White Flag

    this is the fifth and LAST day on the regimen...i believe i am allergic to bp because now i my face is chemically burned ... yes burned it's not just RED now i also have burned areas around my mouth and under the area around my eyes,,l ast night was a hell of a night ,i couldn't sleep because my face burned so much i couldn't take it no more so i went to wash my face..that's when i looked at myself in the mirror and OMG i looked like an evil creature from horror movies!!! my face calme
  15. Yesterday I took the plunge and posted here for the first time. Acne (however mild) has been 'my secret' for about a year now. I realize people know I have it, but I don't talk about it to others and they don't mention it to me. First of all i'd like to mention the help I've recieved from this website. By reading what Dan has to say and what other memebers have had to say, has really helped me a lot - you guys are so knowledgeable. All I can say is thank the lord one of us is, I still have a
  16. This is totally random, and probably even stupid. but how do i go about sleeping? Ever since I started the regimen, i have been trying to keep my face away from almost everything and so conscious about what touches my face, but when it comes to sleeping, sleeping straight, face looking up is just so uncomfortable, and i haven't been getting a good night sleep because of it. I mean, is it okay to sleep on my side with my face buried in the pillow? I feel like it's just going to affect the healin
  17. So I have almost reached my first week on the acne.org regimen, and I've done research on what to expect on the first week, which includes excessive drying and burning sensations when bp is applied. However, I have not experienced the excessive drying that everyone seems to be talking about nor have I experienced the sting once i apply bp. My face itches once in awhile and only a little bit of drying. I'm on my 5th day and i have already been using one full pump of bp night and day..maybe even a
  18. Can someone please help me figure out what the heck happened to my skin? Because it is bad right now. And I mean really bad. Compared to how I once was, at least. I've been on the regimen for four weeks now (actually, was) and unfortunately my acne took a turn for the worse. I had to stop cold turkey because I cannot handle this level of "purging". (If that's what it even was.) I may have started the regimen too fast, because I was already using two full pumps. But I thought my skin could handle
  19. I am on my 1st week of the regimen, I just got my package on Monday. A lot of people say that the BP usually stings a little for them. But when I started using the BP, it did not sting or burn for me at all. In fact, the moisturizer stung a little and tingled my lips, but nothing that bad. It didn't make my face red and it makes my skin soft. I am just concerned if the BP is working for me at all?
  20. carebear06

    12 weeks

    From the album: 12 weeks!

    Right side -_- No active pimples hyper-pigmentation sucks ...
  21. From the album: Before the regimen

    Yup this was me 3 months before left side - lots of active pimples ( not visible in pics) all over, even in places i don't normally get. This was way out of my control. My left side was never a problem but unfortunately
  22. From the album: 11 months on the regimen

    NO MAKE UP USED
  23. From the album: 11 months on the regimen

    No make up used.
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