Pros: It has a very light feel to it and feels good going on. I really enjoyed its “payoff” as they call it in the cosmetics industry–it’s been formulated to really feel nice upon application.

Cons: Small bottle (25mL, .8oz) is gone before you know it. Dries white in patches. This whiteness goes away after moisturizing, but the whiteness can come back after perspiring, much like other creamy lotion based BP.

Bottom Line: Superior to Neutrogena On-The-Spot, Inferior to a gel based benzoyl peroxide.

Recommended: Yes. If you’re in Canada and need a 2.5% BP in a bind, this one will work fine.

Review Spectro AcneCare 2.5% benzoyl peroxide


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  • Charlie

    How is the new moisturizer going? What about the new labels?

  • Monica

    YAY! I live in canada and literally spent 3 hours looking everywhere for a 2.5% benxoyl peroxide solution. all i could find were 5% and 10% and luckily i found this gem 🙂 yay!

  • Natalie

    This is crazy! Recently my skin’s gotten – for me – bad, which is why I came across this site. Since I’m Canadian I was looking for products I could buy and came across this page. I’m glad I did because I bought that exact cream earlier today without knowing anything about benzoyl peroxide.

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