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    dawn dishwashing soap

    has any one from the uk got ideas of a good dish washing soap that we can use on our snin for acne as im two weeks into my course and soon the little blitters will be popping out for a party.........

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    I asked my buddy in the uk and he hasn't heard anything about dish soap but he said he'd keep and ear out for you ill let you know.

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    Do you guys have Dawn over there?

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    ybear.. cheers mate i on the look out myself as well i will let you know... i will have to try every thing down the ille

    young slug.... i don't think we have dawn over here but im searching.... i will have to try fairy dish washing liquid and see if that works....

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    I am sure any dishwashing detergent will have the same effect. They all cut grease and thats the idea.

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    yep i will check them out today..... b4 my party pimples get the best of my sholders again...

    thaks for the reply... i will have a test and let you know.....

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    for my money, toothpaste is the best anti-zit cream there is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Stamos' Nephew
    for my money, toothpaste is the best anti-zit cream there is.
    wuts the science behind it

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    i heard it works too

    never tried it tho

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    i dunno, i guess the mints and all that **** just dry the hell out of the zit.

    it's really incredible. i'd read about it and tried it in the past (and it worked), but what really caught my attention was a couple summers ago when i had saddle sores on my inner thighs from biking (they're basically boils (which are basically bacterial zits) caused by chafing your skin + all the bacteria in your cycling shorts). i couldn't do anything to get rid of them; couldn't pop them, i poked them with needles (got pain?) and tried to drain them- everything. then i finally started putting toothpaste on and in a matter of days they completely dried up.

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    You have to be careful, it can "burn" your skin also.

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    dawn works for me and this toothpaste thing doesnt sound like a bad idea I MUST TRY IT!!

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    Tanning bed and daily sauna keep my little buddies under control.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Stamos' Nephew
    i dunno, i guess the mints and all that **** just dry the hell out of the zit.

    it's really incredible. i'd read about it and tried it in the past (and it worked), but what really caught my attention was a couple summers ago when i had saddle sores on my inner thighs from biking (they're basically boils (which are basically bacterial zits) caused by chafing your skin + all the bacteria in your cycling shorts). i couldn't do anything to get rid of them; couldn't pop them, i poked them with needles (got pain?) and tried to drain them- everything. then i finally started putting toothpaste on and in a matter of days they completely dried up.
    thnx ill be trying that

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Stamos' Nephew
    i dunno, i guess the mints and all that **** just dry the hell out of the zit.

    it's really incredible. i'd read about it and tried it in the past (and it worked), but what really caught my attention was a couple summers ago when i had saddle sores on my inner thighs from biking (they're basically boils (which are basically bacterial zits) caused by chafing your skin + all the bacteria in your cycling shorts). i couldn't do anything to get rid of them; couldn't pop them, i poked them with needles (got pain?) and tried to drain them- everything. then i finally started putting toothpaste on and in a matter of days they completely dried up.
    Any specific type/brand of toothpaste?

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    i just try to make sure it's really plain like regular old crest or colgate with no whiteners or anything- just the plain mint paste. then once it's dry and no more puss or oil in the zit, then i start moisurizing the area so it heals fast & perfect.

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