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Peter Thomas Roth Retinol Fusion PM

What it is:A potent retinol serum that delivers skin-renewing benefits via optimally concentrated encapsulated retinol for maximum results with minimal irritation. What it is formulated to do:This technologically advanced combination of encapsulated retinol, and vitamins C and E, encourages the skin's renewal process with prime efficacy. It helps improve skintone and texture, assists in collagen production, and reduces lines and wrinkles to create a vibrantly youthful and healthy complexion. A dose of moisture minimizes redness and irritation, and mitigates the retinol's drying effects. What else you need to know:This serum is oil- and fragrance-free.
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Questions & Answers for Peter Thomas Roth Retinol Fusion PM

Question
Drying my skin out and breaking out more
I have been using this for about a month. every two days or even longer because it's making my skin dry out. I want to keep using it for anti aging benefits and also acne. Can anyone recommend good mostrizer that will moistrize my skin and will stop dehydration? Thank you!
asked 4 years, 8 months ago
jesscho
(seattle, WA)
on Retinol Fusion PM
9 answers
Answers
answer 1
I currently use Ole's Pure Perfection as a PM moisturizer, after the Retinol Fusion PM. This is great to use in the PM as it is very rich and delivers long-lasting moisture. It is also one of the few moisturizers that can be used on both the face AND the under-eye area. I finish with my PTR Laser-Free Eye Serum and call it a good night. My skin is oily and has larger pores; these products in tandem work perfect even with my two main skin concerns.
answered 2 years, 2 months ago
llakatos
(Omaha, NE)
answer 2
I use PTR Glycolic Acid 10% Moisturizer...and it has been a MIRACLE. I get compliments every day on my previously peeling, broken out skin! This is an amazing exfoliant/moisturizer in one. I tried everything..and I mean everything before this. My skin glows and it doesn't peel. I get a breakout once in a while in my chin area- but only one or two pimples-nothing like I used to. I truly believe this would clear up a lot of your skin issues- and it lasts forever!!! I'm on my third month with it...and I feel amazing!
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
bleubaloos
(Batavia, NY)
answer 3
I use Josie Maran Argan Oil after I let the PTR serum to soak in. It works wonders and keeps your skin very soft.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
Anonymous
(aiken, sc)
answer 4
I have horrible hormonal acne. I tried Dr Joesoef skincare.com, it is a line of sulfur products that are by far the best. I use Peter Thomas Roth Unwrinkle night cream (cheapest price on Qvc.com).
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
meriyama
(Renton, Washinton)
answer 5
I am using PTR's Mega-Rich Intensive Anti-Aging Cellular Creme on top of this serum with excellent results. I am not using the creme so much for the anti-aging, but because it's a pretty intense moisturizer. I'm also probably going to try this with my argan oil, and with my Decleor Ylang Ylang Night Balm which is an all-natural vasoline-like balm of oils and waxes. Even though my skin is normal to oily with breakouts, the Decleor Ylang Ylang is for purifying the skin, so the balm is not too much.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
SoCalGal
(Southern California)
answer 6
Those are all really good suggestions above, but since you mentioned that your skin tends to break out, I'm recommending something different.

I suggest that you stay within PTR, and use this serum first at night, then follow with Illuminating High Definition Moisturizer, from PTR. It is oil-free, and should still deliver plenty of hydration. You can always stop by your local Sephora and ask for a sample. Then you can see if it is going to give you enough moisture for night; I'm sure it wil be perfect for daytime, at the very least.

Definitely make sure you wear a sunscreen...hope this helps!
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
scully40
(Saint Charles, MO)
answer 7
I would really recommend trying the Philosophy When Hope Is Not Enough Replenishing Oil- the one with omegas. It is very nourishing and absorbs pretty quickly. It's a serum so you would probably still need a moisturizer.
answered 4 years, 6 months ago
pjanep
answer 8
I use Philosophys Miracle Worker with this at night. When I wake up my skin is nice and soft. During the day I use Peter Thomas Sheer Lotion with SPF 30. I have had no dryness at all.
answered 4 years, 7 months ago
luv4taffy2
(Staten Island NY)
answer 9
Perricone MD has a great moisturizer, called "Face Finishing Moisturizer". Although I'm not crazy about the smell, it isn't that bad. And wow, does it work well. very mild, feels great going on. Its expensive but a couple TINY dots on my finger, do my whole face; it will last a long time.
answered 4 years, 7 months ago
thatgirlfromva
(Charlottesville, VA)
Question
Under eyes
Can you use this serum under your eyes or is it not recommended?
asked 4 years, 2 months ago
Anonymous
(aiken, sc)
on Retinol Fusion PM
8 answers
Answers
answer 1
I use this under my eyes with no problems, but my skin has never had any type of bad reaction to this stuff from the start. I'm careful not to get it IN my eyes and I don't put it on my eyelids. Under my left eye is actually where I see the best result - more so than anywhere else on my face. I have a crease there (I think from the way I sleep on my side) that has basically disappeared now, but if I stop using this for a week it comes back. Weird.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
jlb247
answer 2
I haven't used this particular product yet (it's why I'm here reading the reviews!), but I have used a prescription-strength retinoid for at least three years now. You can DEFINITELY use prescription-strength retinoids around your eyes--my dermatologist recommends it, and also keep in mind that there are tons of eye creams that contain them. As anyone can buy PTR's product without a prescription, the retinoid ingredient itself wouldn't be problematic because it's of a much weaker potency, unless you have sensitive skin or are over-using it. However, there might be other ingredients that should not be applied in that area.

My own personal experience with using a stronger retinoid immediately below my eyes is that my fine lines looked MORE pronounced and even "crepey" for a couple of months! Apparently, this is a common problem, but it should get better. One mistake I made was to overdo the retinoids and AHAs. If you try using both in this area like I did, you may end up with chapped and super irritated skin (so now I make sure to keep the AHA away from this area).
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
kmarino0731
answer 3
I wouldn't use it directly around the eye area just because that area is so delicate.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
jreed
(Kansas City, Mo)
answer 4
I have used it under my eyes on a daily basis and have seen no redness, peeling, or drying
answered 4 years ago
meriyama
(Renton, Washinton)
answer 5
No, not recommended under eyes.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
busymsm
(Whittier CA)
answer 6
I used it under my eyes with no problems. But, I've used some heavy duty retinols and AHA's in the past. I would go easy at first and see how you do.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
belladonna67
(North Carolina)
answer 7
DO NOT USE THIS PRODUCT FOR UNDER YOUR EYE IF YOU NEED EXTRA HELP UNDER YOUR EYES USE SHISEIDO UNDER EYE MASK
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
Aiyanna
(NEW YORK, NY)
answer 8
Retinoids are VERY potent and the skin around the eye area is thinner than that on the rest of your face. I would highly recommend that you AVOID applying this on the eye area.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
dewkissedskin
(New Orleans)
Question
do you follow this product with a moisturizer?
do you use this product alone? or it is under a lotion or moisturizer?
asked 3 years, 7 months ago
natters
(San Francisco, CA)
on Retinol Fusion PM
7 answers
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answer 1
It all depends on your skin type. I have normal, combination skin. During the hot, humid Southern summer, the serum is sufficiently hydrating; during the winter, I follow with a good moisturizer.

If you do moisturize afterwards (or if you use any additional treatments), avoid the following ingredients, which can inactivate retinol: AHAs (glyolic and lactic acid), BHAs (salicylic acid), ascorbic acid (the acidic form of Vitamin C), and benzoyl peroxide.

Cheers!
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
bluedevilgirl
(Jupiter, FL)
answer 2
I use it alone. It's not oily, but definitely provides its own kind of moisture. I would think applying something else on top of this serum would result it a greasy film on the skin...
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
kimmyjase2
(Midwest)
answer 3
yes you can follow with a moisturizer. some girls youtube channel i check out every now and then said she waits 15-20 minutes after applying retinol product to wear her night time moisturizer, and shes works in the skincare industry.

although i think you could probably put your moisturizer on within 5-10 minutes. shes the kind of person to wait an extra ten minutes to make sure "every last drop is being absorbed" haha
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
mrfrontera
(Orange County)
answer 4
I do combine this nightly treatment with a serum and/or moisturizer. I have not had any reaction when used along with products from Lancome, Perricone, and Peter Thomas Roth.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
carlylegirl
(miami beach, FL)
answer 5
I use the product alone without other products at night. I find layering a bit much for my skin. I do use a good quality moisterizer in the morning and on those days where I don't use this product.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
joellenw
(Des Moines Iowa)
answer 6
This already contains squalane, a very hydrating oil based moisturizer. I find I usually don't need extra moisture at all, even on my very dry spots. I do continue to use a great eye cream, as I wouldn't recommend this everywhere around the eye. Adding additional moisturizer all over might be too hard on the pores.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
aliciamlay
(Las Vegas, NV)
answer 7
I have combination skin and would not use a moisturizer on top of the serum. I use another anti-aging serum and moisturizer with a SPF in the morning and find that is sufficient.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
emscout
(Washington D.C.)
Question
How much is to be applied nightly?
Bought this product yesterday, and probably applied to much last night. Please let me know how much to use in regard to the dropper. I've read reviews and it seems to last some up to 2 months. With what I applied last night, it won't last 1 month. Help!
asked 3 years ago
Anonymous
(Springdale, AR)
on Retinol Fusion PM
7 answers
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answer 1
I just use my judgement to cover my entire face or the area I am applying it and you will know if it's covered because it will have a silky feel to it. To help you, fresh out of the shower with wet skin I lightly pat with a towel and apply drops to forehead, then sides, undereyes, etc until all is covered. Sometimes I might just dip the nozzle and rub it across certain missed areas. I love the consistency because I'm not pulling at my skin to rub it in (remember my skin is still wet from the shower) and I have a thin stream of running water to use in case I need it to help spread it to prevent tugging which in itself doing daily will age you.I love this stuff.
answered 1 year ago
MsFlirty
answer 2
I personally only use this twice a week without irritation. About 1/2 a dropper should be plenty for your whole face.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
mrsogni
(Lake Worth, FL)
answer 3
I use less than a dropper full nightly. I apply about 1/4 dropper to my forehead and then 1/4 to each side of my face and then 1/4 to my neck. This seems to be the right amount to cover my skin and be absorbed.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
krissynita
(Washington DC)
answer 4
I would only use 2 or 3 drops at most!
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
infinitemickey
(chicago, il)
answer 5
immediately after washing your face at night, apply 2 to 3 drops to face, and 1 or 2 to neck area. a little goes a long way and it seems to work best on still slightly damp, clean face. let it soak in a minute or two before applying moisturizer.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
crae777
(Park City, UT)
answer 6
I have a very large, round, peasant face and always feel that I need more than the typical amounts of products in order to cover my whole face. That being said, I use a dropper or less of this product each evening. I drop one single drop on several problem areas and then massage it in and rub it all over the rest of my face. This works well for me and I do get approximately 2 months out of each bottle. If I had a tiny, petite face I'm sure less would be called for, but that is not what I have. So, I apply drops to frown lines, nasolabial lines, crow's feet and forehead and neck lines and then smooth it all over to cover also my cheeks, chin and forehead.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
cdzintempe
(phoenix, AZ)
answer 7
After I wash and dry my face I use one third of the dropper then finish with my moisturizer. You should be able to make this last quite a while. Oh, after you put it on your face, you can rub it on the back of your hands to thwart the aging of those as well. I've also mixed the Retinol in with my moistuirzer, if that helps you control how much you use.
answered 3 years ago
lipfreak
(Louisville, KY)
Question
What type of moisturizer if any, should I use after applying this product?
I would like to know if I need to apply a moisturizer after using this serum and if so, what should I use? I want to make sure I would not be counter-acting the active ingredients.
asked 4 years, 5 months ago
kjphillips
(Conover, NC)
on Retinol Fusion PM
6 answers
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answer 1
The type of moisturizer you use after you apply this depends solely on your skin type. If you're dry, try a moisturizer with hyaluronic acid ( holds up to 10x its weight in water). If you're combination, try something with HA AND oil-controlling elements such as vitamin C. If you're oily try a moisturizer with tea tree oil and vitamin C to decrease age spots and inflammation (which causes breakouts in the first place)
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
dewkissedskin
(New Orleans)
answer 2
It depends on how oily your skin is. I layer my serum with a sulfur product which dries my skin so I need a moiturizer on top. I would recommend Peter Thomas Roth Unwrinkle night cream.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
meriyama
(Renton, Washinton)
answer 3
I think any moisturizer that does not have any alpha/beta hydroxy or additional retinol would be fine. If you do want to use an AHA or BHA, I would alternate nights.
I use the PTR Mega-Rich Anti-Aging Cellular Creme, just to stick with the same brand.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
SoCalGal
(Southern California)
answer 4
You can use a light moisturizer, just don't use one with actives like AHAs.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
cindymo
(NY, NY)
answer 5
I didn't find it necessary to use a moisturizer. This serum is an oil and absorbs into the skin very well.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
Flossy2
(The Woodlands, TX)
answer 6
yes you would need to use a moisturizer on top of it. my esthetician once told me that serum and moisturizer is like the food and drink of your skin so you need both. any moisturizer will do; just make sure it doesn't have retin-a in it because then you'll have too much of it in your skin and may cause irritation.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
xoxo86
(vancouver, bc)
Question
waxing with this?
I know that a lot of retinol products, specifically Rx ones make it so you can't wax with them. I was wondering if it would be the same with this product. Can I use this and still get my brows waxed?
asked 4 years, 5 months ago
minkeylove
(San Diego, CA)
on Retinol Fusion PM
6 answers
Answers
answer 1
I would avoid using this product a week prior to any waxing and resume your normal regimen 7 days after. You don't want to rip your skin, increase your chances of hyperpigmentation and set yourself back a few steps in your quest for better results. ;)
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
dewkissedskin
(New Orleans)
answer 2
This product makes you sensitive to the sun. Then with the waxing, you are taking a extra layer of skin off. I wax and use this product, my suggestion is to use a sun screen of spf 50 or more.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
meriyama
(Renton, Washinton)
answer 3
I would definitely go off this for at least a week before getting waxed. This has a hefty, although OTC, dose of retinol. You don't want to get an injury on your face!
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
SoCalGal
(Southern California)
answer 4
I use this and still get my eyebrows waxed and I havent been affected...If I know I am getting them waxed I wont use this the night before, but I have forgotten and it has been fine.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
sigs
(New Orleans, LA)
answer 5
I would suggest not using it a few days before and after any waxing procedure to avoid any potential irritation. Particularly, right after any procedure, avoid using it until your skin has a chance to adjust.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
cindymo
(NY, NY)
answer 6
yes
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
camiller12
(OKC, OK)
Question
How to apply
I just got this and I'm not sure how to apply it. I put some on my fingers first, then ran it over my face but it dried so fast that my face couldn 't feel anything. Or maybe that's just how retinol is, I don't know. Am I supposed to apply it directly to my face instead?
asked 4 years, 3 months ago
Anonymous
(Honolulu, HI)
on Retinol Fusion PM
6 answers
Answers
answer 1
I usually just put a few drops into the palm of my hand and rub into both palms, then with palms and fingers apply to my face, avoiding the eye area (I use another milder product here). It absorbs quickly, but still leaves a smooth feel on the face.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
busymsm
(Whittier CA)
answer 2
I'm sure it's fine to do it either way. I've done it both ways. However, because of the consistency it will drip down your face quicker than you can rub it in, if you apply directly to your skin.

I usually fill the dropper no more than 1/3 of the way and drip a little on my fingers, then I point the dropper up so it won't spill and apply the serum to my face. I haven't had any trouble with it drying out this way. Maybe this will work for you too.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
ashbst
(Atlanta)
answer 3
I usually put some on the palm of my hand and then spread it out on my face with my fingers. Yes, it dries very fast, but you can feel it's on. The skin feels velvety.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
keikoatl
(Atlanta, GA)
answer 4
I use the dropper to apply it directly to my face, then rub it in. A couple drops on my forehead, a drop on each cheek, etc. A little bit goes a long ways when you apply it that way. I hope this helps!
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
thadarkangel
answer 5
It is so light it doesn't seem to really go on, as if it evaporated before you have the time to really massage it into your skin, but it is very effective. I just apply a couple of drops on my cheeks, forehead and nose and smooth it on. That is all I need.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
Anonymous
(San Juan, Puerto Rico)
answer 6
When I use mines, I put a quarter size amount in the palm of my hand. I rub my hands together to warm the product and gently rub all over my face/neck. After you apply you should notice an oily layer all over. about 5 minutes after application it should completely be absorbed into your skin and it should look "natte" (naturally matte).

;)
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
dewkissedskin
(New Orleans)
Question
Order for applying face regimen
Do I use this Retinol Fusion PM (Peter Thomas Roth) before or after my Murad Age Spot and Pigment Lightening Gel? And when should I apply my night cream before or after?
asked 3 years, 10 months ago
cyn2679
(San Diego, CA)
on Retinol Fusion PM
6 answers
Answers
answer 1
Rule of thumb is to use the products in order of thinnest/lightest to heaviest always ending in your moisturizer if you use one. some products are best used during the day and/or night.
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
43Chicago
answer 2
The Murad product contains glycolic acid and ascorbic acid, both of which can inactivate retinol--if possible, the Fusion should go on at night, and the Murad should go on in the morning. Retinol requires a pH of 5.5 (the normal pH of skin) to be effective; AHAs (glycolic and lactic acid), BHAs (salicylic acid), and ascorbic acid (the acidic form of Vitamin C) all have pH values around 3-4.5, which will inhibit the function of retinol (a HUGE waste of money). Both retinol and AHAs/glycolic acid make skin more sensitive to the sun, so be sure to use sunscreen!!

If you choose to use a moisturizer, I would definitely apply it after the serum to ensure that the serum penetrates.

Cheers!
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
bluedevilgirl
(Jupiter, FL)
answer 3
Personally I add the product first before anyother products. serums then lotions is the order of operation. Also retinal will have more of an effect on age spots then most products on the market. I would put the retinal then the gel, followed by night lotion ( which I think you are refering to a moisturizer).
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
jdport
(Royal Oak, MI)
answer 4
I would put the spot treatment on after. I only put it on the spots I need to. As far as night cream goes I would go every other night maybe. I've noticed my night cream dilutes the retinol. It works better if you use it alone.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
sarahbunny
(IN)
answer 5
I wouldn't use the murad and retinol fusion at the same time. If you look at the ingredients, the Murad has quite a bit of glycolic acid in it, which inactivates retinol (I too use retinol and glycolic). All research I have done points to using retinol at night and glycolic in the morning. And make sure you use a good spf moisturizer! Oh and I apply the retinol fusion a half hour before night moisturizer. Good luck!
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
nico999
answer 6
Using the Peter Thomas Roth Retinol Fusion PM along with the Murad Age Spot and Pigment Lightening Gel together may be too harsh for your skin. We recommend using the Murad Gel during the day followed with your moisturizer and a sunscreen and the Retinol Fusion PM at night followed by your night time moisturizer. Hope this helps!
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
1877SEPHORA
(San Francisco, CA)
Question
Glycolic Vs Retinol?
is this okay to use after PTR unwrinkle pads? Does Glycolic cancels Retinol?
asked 3 years, 9 months ago
truebeauty21
(San Francisco, Ca)
on Retinol Fusion PM
6 answers
Answers
answer 1
Glycolic acid can make retinol less effective due to its low pH. The optimal pH for retinol is 5.5 (the normal pH of skin). Very acidic products with a lower pH around 3-4.5 will make retinol much less effective; these products include AHAs (glycolic and lactic acid), BHAs (salicylic acid), and even ascorbic acid (the acidic form of Vitamin C). Since you rinse after using the Unwrinkle Pads, I have no idea what the pH of your skin ultimately turns out to be.

Most dermatologists recommended alternating nights, or using AHAs/BHAs (like the Unwrinkle Pads) in the morning and retinol at night. Both retinol and AHAs/glycolic acid make your skin very sensitive to sunlight, so be sure to use sunscreen!!

I've been using the similar PTR Max Correction Pads (with salicylic and glycolic acid) in the morning and PTR Retionl Fusion PM at night with great success!

Cheers!
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
bluedevilgirl
(Jupiter, FL)
answer 2
glycolic is a natural acid thats used to exfoliate the skin, its very mild and often is fruit derived. It will not cancel out retinal which is vit a. You would use the pad to exfoliate, then add the retinal on, and seal with a moisturizer. Its a good idea to use a glycolic or other form of exfoliate daily to remove dead skin cells and promote cell regeneration.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
jdport
(Royal Oak, MI)
answer 3
I heard that online but I talked to the head representative from Murad at Sephora and she said they don't cancel each other out. They just do different jobs and it is fine to use them together.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
sarahbunny
(IN)
answer 4
I have no idea! I have been wondering this myself....

for now, I'm using the peel pads in the morning and the retinol fusion and unwrinkle night cream at night. my skin hasnt been irritaed by this
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
midtownmc
(Buffalo, NY)
answer 5
I have learned not to use the glycol at night with Retinol. Use glycol in the AM instead. They do different things, but together, at the same time, it will most likely cause irritation in most people. Doctor Products like Obagi use glycol in the am after retinol in the PM to help clear the pores and dead skin cells. I would try the glycol every other night first (And/or with using Retinol Fusion Every alternating night) to start with and see if your skin tolerates it. If you use glycol in the am be careful with any other exfoliating products. In combo that would deff be overkill. All I use for exfoliation from the Fusion PM and in the am, is the PTR anti-aging cleanser that has exfoliants in it as well as the laser free resurfacing which has a slight and gently exfoliating properties.....If I feel I need more, I use a gentle exfoliating mask 2x a week .......Good Luck! Let me know how it works for you.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
glitterwmn
(San Francisco, CA)
answer 6
I use the Retinol Fusion AFTER the Max Correction Pads (containing Salicylic and Glycolic Acids) and BEFORE the 10% Glycolic Lotion without any problems. I was using the 2 other products before adding the Retinol Fusion. Remember to increase use slowly to prevent skin irritation.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
olovlia
(Columbus, Ohio)
Question
% retinol
Whats the percentage of retinol?
asked 4 years, 1 month ago
azpa
(phoenix az)
on Retinol Fusion PM
6 answers
Answers
answer 1
1.5%
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
43Chicago
(Chicago, IL)
answer 2
per the bottle : 1.5%
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
jdport
(Royal Oak, MI)
answer 3
It is 1.5% retinol
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
jreed
(Kansas City, Mo)
answer 4
Percentage of retinol is 1.5%.
answered 4 years ago
meriyama
(Renton, Washinton)
answer 5
This has 1.5%
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
ilovemyyorkie
(New York, NY)
answer 6
1.5% retinol
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
ashbst
(Atlanta)
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