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  1. Thank you for your response! Directly before KAVI, I was using Grandpa's Thylox bar soap, an all-natural sulfur-based soap, on my face and body. Unfortunately, it was much too drying. And as I said before, my skin doesn't seem to like bar soap. However, after all the reading I'd done on sulfur as a successful acne treatment, I was still hopeful it was the answer. I hoped a different format and brand would yield better results, which is how I found KAVI. I've been washing my face every night with DermaWash S2 and moisturizing with Hyaluronic Acid 95. Today is the first day the small, clear bumps seem to have subsided. I've been washing my body every other day with DermaWash S2, using a washcloth to apply it. My body breakouts are worse today than they have been on previous days. I've also noticed the KP on my arms and legs seems more pronounced. I live in Buffalo, NY, and it is very cold and dry this time of year. I've been using Amlactin body lotion after my showers after reading that it can help KP and doesn't clog pores. While it may not clog pores, it doesn't moisturize my winter skin very well either. My other big skin complaint is ingrown hairs. It's not yet clear whether the DermaWash S2 is helping with those. Your advice is greatly appreciated. Thank you.
  2. I'm new to the KAVI skin care line and began using your products a week ago with high hopes. My skin is extremely pale, temperamental in its sensitivity (sometimes sensitive, sometimes not), oily, and prone to mild acne, clogged and enlarged pores, and ingrown hairs. I settled on a bar of the Coral KAVI, the DermaWash S2, and the Hyaluronic Acid 95 as a moisturizer. As a rule, I try to avoid bar soaps since I have never had good luck with them. But, given the price difference between the two cleansers, I decided to give Coral KAVI a go. As I suspected, it was too harsh for my face and extremely drying on my body. However, I'm not sure the DermaWash S2 is the right product for me either. My face, which normally has clogged pores but not much acne, is covered in small, clear bumps (maybe milia? although they aren't hard, contain a clear fluid, and are easy to pop) after two days of using the cleanser. I've had slightly better results with my body, but some of the same bumps on my chest and shoulders, where I generally have clogged pores. I'm wondering if this is an initial breakout and once my skin gets used to the new product, it will calm down and the magic will begin to happen. (Unclogged, smaller pores, smooth skin, etc!) Or, am I using the wrong product for my skin type? I just ordered the Salicylic Acid 8 and Purifying Sulfur Mask to supplement the cleanser as well as the Complex A for my eye area. But, I still don't want to be using a cleanser that causes skin issues rather than treat them! I want to like your product line so much, especially since I have exhausted just about every other brand with no lasting success. Please help!
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