Shedding (or Fluffing or Fuzzing) This is a “hairy ” effect on the carpet surface caused by loose fibers or slack yarn twist, whereby the fibers slip out of the yarn bundle, either in service or wet cleaning. Shedding is not a defect, but rather a characteristic of all new carpet, especially cut piles and wools. It is caused by short fibers within the pile that work loose during service.
This condition is most evident in high traffic areas. Although your vacuum bag may fill with this surplus fiber, the total fiber loss during use is relatively small. Shedding will gradually decrease. The length of time required to eliminate shedding is dependent upon the type and amount of vacuuming performed.
For me, clear skin definitely did not happen overnight. It took awhile for the breakouts and red acne marks to appear and it took awhile for them to go away. I didn't find my acne treatment, go to bed, and wake up the next day with zero acne. It probably took me three months for the big pimples to dwindle and then another three months for the rest of my active acne to heal without getting any new acne. That's probably the most annoying thing - when your skin starts to get better and you think you're making progress and then bam , new pimples, new acne marks, more frustration, etc. After I had no more active acne, I still had scars, pigmentation, and red marks to deal with. It took almost a year for my acne marks to fade.