Gold Bond on face for kprf?

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    Gold Bond on face for kprf?

    I think someone posted very good results for kp and said that her kp was 95% after about a week, but I was wondering has anyone tried this stuff on the face? If so did the redness reduce any?

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    Re: Gold Bond on face for kprf?

    I tried it last night
    it looked like it helped a bit but that might of just been the powder covering it up
    it seems like it soothed it
    there is an article on the forum somewhere about amlactin xl along with baby powder
    gave me the idea
    it is worth a try

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