supress c application question

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    supress c application question


    So I have dmso laying around. My thoughts are shower, scrub with loofa and pore opener, than apply dmso wait 15 min for it to dry than apply supress c.

    Hows that sound?

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    I've never used it with dmso, but that sounds good. My favorite places to apply it are torso and thighs(shaved).
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    I would apply the suppress c first, let it dry, then the dmso, there will be nothing to absorb but dmso if you apply it first.
    I saw pa suggest this, and now do so, but I use lotion instead of dmso, but that'll probably work better
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    but dmso is a solvent, it should remove it that way. I could be wrong though
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    or you could just added dmso to a 5% solution in with your suppress c.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greekgeorge View Post
    but dmso is a solvent, it should remove it that way. I could be wrong though
    the solvent is what will allow what didn't get absorbed into your skin, to be absorbed.
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