Buzz on acne
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Activated Distilled Water
Lysozymatic Enzymes derived from fruits and vegetables
Soy Bean Oil
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Posted 18 March 2009 - 06:31 PM
I'll let you know how it works.
Posted 19 March 2009 - 05:27 PM
Buzz on Acne is a product that has four active ingredients that work synergistically together. These active ingredients do not work well with products containing their own active ingredients. Most importantly, benzoyl peroxide. Other active ingredients that do not respond well with Buzz on Acne include but are not limited to retinols, glycolic acids, salicylic acids, BHA's and AHA's. We highly recommend that you discontinue the use of any active ingredients that are in your cleansers, washes, toners, moisturizers or any other topical until your skin has acclimated to the Buzz on Acne. Not only are we worried about a reaction with the mixing of these active ingredients (usually extreme dryness), but we are finding that their use negates the effectiveness of the Buzz on Acne. The "acclimation period" that I am referring to is a minimum of two-four weeks. After this period, actives may be added back into your routine one at a time while you are watching for bad reactions. Also note, during this "acclimation period" the skin initially may appear to be a little dry with Buzz on Acne but you soon will experience the hydration and "glow" that are frequently referred to by other Buzz on Acne users. There are many cases where the skin appears to be worse during this "acclimation period" which can be attributed to the skin's natural purging of accumulated excess sebum and the acclimation process itself.
Please be patient...as it is well worth it.
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