Clearasil Ultra Rapid Acne Vanishing Treatment Cream reviews
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Benzoyl Peroxide (10%).
Water, Gluconolactone, Glyceryl Stearate, Glycerin, PEG 40 Stearate, PEG 100 Stearate, Cetearyl Alcohol, Dimethicone, Magnesium Aluminium Silicate, Xanthan Gum, Phenoxyethanol, Ammonium Hydroxide, Isopropylparaben, Arginine HCl, Isobutylparaben, Butylparaben, Titanium Dioxide.
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|Clearasil Ultra Rapid Action Treatment Cream Vanishing(Pack of 2)
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I am 15 and I have stubborn acne.
Please don't rely just on products, I am trying a lot of new methods such as keeping my phone screen clean (my worst acne is where my phone goes when taking phone calls) I am also trying to drink a certain amount of water every hour.
I recommend using a rotary of products for example i am using the clearasil hydrablast gel wash and this cream. I have stubborn acne and the bacteria in my pore adapts quickly and the wash then doesn't affect it. If you feel like your wash is starting to not work switch to another product. Repeat this and rotate between them. I have to rotate every 5 days or so if I leave it for a week it's too late. Hope this helped. Any questions reply to this.
Very watery. The regular vanishing cream is so much better than this. No I can't find the regular at the stores. I'm going to have to find a new brand because clearasil changed.
So i used to use this, and after a week it stopped working? I was really confused, but my skin literally got immune to it. I think that if you have stubborn acne this IS NOT the product for you (try Benzac Acne Cream it is my holy grail) but if you only have a few sensitive pimples it will most likely work.
I remember this is like the first product I bought when I started having acne a long time ago.
Mostly because that's what you can find on store shelves. It didn't do wonders, but I know people who swear by it, their acne was usually caused just by a lack of face routine and this fixed it by introducing one. Price is reasonable for quantity, smell is pretty ok.
Might not be a good idea to use it if your skin is sensitive and it's probably not going to work on cystic acne, but worth a try.
This worked well for me when I was a teenager, but it stopped working once I was an adult (I was 19 when I realized it just wasn't working anymore.) I think this is more for teen acne than adult acne. I recommend it to teenagers with bad acne, but this may not be for you if you are 19+.
First of all, this is advertised to have 10% benzoyl peroxide. This may seem attractive for those who want their pimples gone fast, but I've recently learned that a 2.5% benzoyl peroxide concentration is JUST AS EFFECTIVE and it irritates the skin less! So yeah this product is crap and it does not work.
I'm 13, almost 14 year-old and I have secere acne. I've tried brands like AcneFree and Eskinol , and home remedies too, but they either made my skin really dry, made more pimples, and/or did nothing at all. I've been looking for something that would actual work and would be able to show visible results. Then I found this. After using the Clearsil Ultra Rapid Action Acne Face Scrub, I applied a thin layer of the treatment cream onto my trouble spots and left it overnight. Then I woke up and POOF! a few of the pimple have shrunk or vanished! now some of the pimples havent vanished but they have shrunken, which i understand. But the one thing that bothers me is that after the pinple shrinks, it leaves a brown spot (probably an acne scar, which takes a long while for it to completely dissapear). But if you want a pimple to decrease, then this will work.