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Old 08-21-2003, 10:42 PM   #1
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Post Rant: CP Serum

this has to be the most evil skin product known to earth. or at least one of. I really can't get why ppl are using it. ppl are saying it causes their red marks to turn redder for longer. And this is sooooo true. I did some experiementation and put some on this red mark i got from a cut on my wrist. its a very small cut. i get alot of these from moving boxes. guess what? ALL my scars are wither gone or very light brown. the only scar that's still fresh pinkish is the one where i put CP serum. And its been 6 months or so already!
I was stupid enough to wait for the results of the experimentation and put it on one side of the scars/red marks on my face. So what happens? my indented scars are not only indented, but they are pink too! great! my other side with scars which are even larger are starting to flatten out and there's not much pink on them. how i wish i never came across CP serum.
my guess is this serum is for 40-80 yr. old females with too little nutrients and activity in their skin. this thing kinda sparks things up and reactivates the inflammation. Unfortunately, an acne prone 23 yr old like me has enough spunk on my skin. I don't need no trigger. so for those young ppl out here, don't use CP serum. It will take those marks two to three times as long to fade.
oh yeah, i only put that stuff on my face overnight for 5 nights. i hope it wears off soon.

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Old 08-22-2003, 01:52 AM   #2
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Ya, copper peptide is definately not to be used on red marks.I found that out too.Its excellant though for red blotchy irritated skin and will take out the redness, but you have to avoid putting it on any red marks.I also think it works excellant on indented scars but only if the scars are not irritated or red.

Old 08-22-2003, 08:43 AM   #3
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I just ordered the cp serum and tried it and nothing at all happened. But I also got the Alpha Hydrox lotion someone recommended for brown spots. It turned a my marks really red. I'm bummed because one of the marks that is now red, wasn't even a mark. I was hoping to prevent it from becoming a mark and I ended up making it worse. anyone else have bad results with alpha hydrox? I dont know if I should continue with it, it may have just been the initial reaction because of the high % of glycolic acid?? BTW this is my first post. I've been lurking for a few weeks and am so glad this board is here for support.

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