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... er" girl of this thread! I am so happy to hear that others are using hydrogen peroxide and seeing the amazing benefits that I am. I've been using it now for about two months! I am acne free for the most part. ... (17 replies)
Hydrogen Peroxide
May 14, 2002
... hydrogen peroxide can work wonders on acne prone skin. Just put some on a cotton ball, and rub it all over your face. Supposedly it wipes away all the bacteria on your face. I was previously on accutane, and my treatment ended succesfully in January. ... (1 replies)
... Using a needle is fine for the ones with pus, BUT alcohol is not the best thing to use to disinfect, because it is terribly drying and can interfere with the healing process. ... (14 replies)

Hydrogen Peroxide?
Oct 28, 2001
... i've used hydrogen peroxide daily for the past seven months or so. ... (6 replies)
... it seems like oxidants are potentially bad. I came to this on my own by just reading stuff on hydrogen peroxide on the web. ... (1 replies)
... This is the technique no dermatoligist or acne lotion creator would want you to know about! ... (17 replies)
... eguard and obviously I tried everything to stay away from the sun and not get tan. Well I failed with the not getting tanned because it was impossible, but I did use sunglasses, a hat and sunscreen like crazy, I protected my face again because I have heard that the sun can worsen acne. ... (1 replies)
... My cousin told me to follow these precedures everyday for acne and he has a clear face now.When I was little I always remembered how bad his face was and now It's the other way around LOL. Here's the steps... ... (9 replies)
Dove soap
Feb 4, 2001
... I have been using Purpose for about 3 months now.....I still get breakouts on my chin but the rest of my face is looking wonderful. Also the breakouts on my chin seem to be clearing up quicker now. My face does not feel dried out from it at all! Just CLEAN! ... (27 replies)
Mar 31, 2005
... Its best to also get something that you can leave on at night but be careful with the products you use because they can often make your skin worse. Proper exfoliation is also necessary. ... (7 replies)
... What you need is to use a scrub. ... (4 replies)
... Yeah, I just put some on a cotton ball and swipe it over after washing my face. I heard that it damages your skin too...I figured it wasn't a big deal because I am sure all the other things I have did to get clear skin wasn't exactly good for it. ... (9 replies)
... I've found more home remedies if you guys want to check it out:*********.php?t=320 "Ingredients: Aspirin (uncoated) Aspirin contains salicylic acid, used in many d prescription acne treatments Apple Cider Vinegar (10 replies)
... Wash my face off with cold water. ... (7 replies)
... I have tried everything except Accutane, which I am resistant to use because of the side effects. Nothing was successful, except using Hydrogen Peroxide, which used for one year and then stopped all of a sudden. I used to use a cotton pad to put the hydrogen peroxide on my skin after every shower. ... (2 replies)
... Well whitehads can last a very long time unless you treat it or pop it. I know your not suppose to... ... (3 replies)
Nov 28, 2010
... guarantee will get rid of all your acne overnight. It's basically all natural, and if you don't have something on this list, that's totally fine, just skip the item and use what you do have the best you can. ... (1 replies)
... of those people that can't leave these things be. I'll squeeze the heck out of it until I get something which of course always makes it worse and infected. But I can usually clear it up pretty fast by using my pore vacuumer, hydrogen peroxide and neosporin. ... (12 replies)
My tips! :D
Jun 24, 2002
... you may have already heard these, or these may not apply to you... ... (3 replies)
... that are actually solvents, irritants, but are "necessary" as preservatives, lathers, or to make the product into a nice consistency. If you go the OSHA and look up these ingredients, it seems amazing that they are allowed. ... (21 replies)

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