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Re: Usage

Postby Leandro » Sun Apr 22, 2012 6:45 am

Hi Sam-Sadly the word cheap and good don't usually come teehtogr.I do suggest you try Arbonne their regimes are wonderful and self adjust to every skin type (like you I am cheap) or would rather spend money on other things until I tried it -my skin has never (ever) been better it lasts nearly 8 months though so a little goes a long way ???I also took advantage of their discount which saved me a lot of $ A lot of the products out there contain to many things you do not want on your skin, going IN your body so do read labels the more pure and natural the better and often that costs more -

Re: Usage

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Re: Usage

Postby Veli » Sun Aug 12, 2012 8:10 pm

Active ingredients in potducrs you should try: Benzoyl Peroxide (10%)- usually prescription, but some now OTC, Salycylic Acid, Triclosan (an antibacterial/antifungal)These are the typical meds for acne. If it's really bad and if you're a girl, try birth control pills. Can also use Accutane, (prescription only).As with any medical advice, always talk to your doctor first!!!


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