Posted 08 April 2010 - 10:27 AM
Posted 22 April 2010 - 10:39 PM
I didn't want to have to micro-manage my stress, sleep, and eating (though I'm a health/fitness/nutrition nazi) because of work. I was jealous of all my peers and colleagues also in their mid-twenties and they had perfect skin despite living unhealthy lives. I spent days researching the best solution and all the pro reviewers led me to two well-known pills.
Acnepril is the only real acne medication that balances your hormone levels associated with the issue, and also treats your skin's quality too. My skin is smoother, more hydrated, and it just feels better. I'm not afraid to touch my face with my own hands anymore.
For the two weeks, I saw my acne gradually disappear. After that, I had a giant breakout (perhaps the worst I've ever had), which happens to be the medication taking its affect and pushing out the bacteria that has been under your skin for awhile. Over the following month after my breakout was gone, I had clear skin with one showing every so often.
Now it's been five months since I started taking it and I haven't seen any visible acne in over a month. I know Acnepril is not the end-all, because I still get very tiny acne every so often, but it's unnoticeable and usually disappears within 24 hours.
If you're patient, taking Acnepril will pay off. You'll have to take it continuously until you're around 35, but it's a small price to pay for a perfectly clear face.
I'm a 26 year old male, and guys? If women can afford birth control (which usually controls acne), you can afford this.
If you're concerned about the hormonal balancing having an affect on your energy/libido, don't worry. I haven't experienced any major shift in my standard patterns.
Posted 16 May 2010 - 08:56 PM
Posted 08 June 2010 - 10:23 AM
Just an update for anyone curious, i checked the domains of both, and they seem to be registered by the same company...
Posted 10 June 2010 - 01:26 PM
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Posted 06 September 2010 - 11:21 AM
i started a little less than a month ago, with 2 pills, 2 times daily after meals. i immediately started clearing up, but then i started breaking out even more than normal. thankfully, i continued, and now i am starting to notice a pretty big difference! no, i'm not 100% clear, but i can say ive improved at least by 60%, and thats huge! i feel like i can go out in the morning without makeup and not feel super embarrassed.
i just bought the 2nd bottle and am hopeful that it will continue working, regardless of some of the bad reviews on here. i will post back in a few weeks and let you know of my progress.
would anyone suggest increasing the dosage, as well?
meanwhile, just a couple of notes- im wondering how much of an effect other contributing factors play in the clearing up of my skin. for instance, this month, i actually stopped taking birth control pills, wouldnt that have made my skin even worse?? im going back on them again this month, so i wonder if there will be a difference (for good or worse...). also, i noticed if i missed a dose or 2 of the acnepril, my skin would break out just a little in the next day or so. that leads me to believe that there IS a direct correlation between the acnepril and better skin.
any input here?
Posted 08 September 2010 - 06:04 PM
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Posted 04 January 2011 - 02:49 PM
Posted 07 September 2011 - 08:22 AM
I have a mild form of severe acne and nothing has ever worked, not even acnepril. I am thinking about trying pantothen soon to see if it works. and as of right now my face has 2 massive pimples on my forhead, one right inbetween my eyes and one a little higher, one near my chin and the biggest pimple I have ever had on my neck and I never get anything on my neck! but hey it might just be me, its worth a try so pick it up and let us know how it goes. I will keep everyone posted on my new acne medication encounters
Posted 07 November 2011 - 06:56 PM
I wouldn't recommend buying this. But, remember, everyone's skin and body is different. They say that have a 100% $ back-gurantee. I am going to try and get it. Maybe try Panthothen.
Also, my acne isn't horrible but enough to make me a little self-conscious.
Posted 23 April 2013 - 06:33 AM
Acnepril preys on acne sufferers. I had reservations after reading the list of ingredients, but put my best judgement aside because my daughters thought it would help. After 6 weeks, there was no improvement for either. I'm convinced it doesn't work, but other things you may be doing in conjunction with taking acnepril may help--like reducing dairy, nuts, etc.
Incidentally, when I tried to get my money back with their "no questions asked" policy, I was told I would receive an email with instructions. Of course, that never came. Repeated attempts have been fruitless.
As an aside, when I hear about people taking 6, 8 and more of these a day I wonder if they realize herbal supplements are drugs, too. Too much of anything can be bad.
Edited by Julep, 23 April 2013 - 08:16 PM.
Posted 05 August 2013 - 07:49 AM
I have never written a review on acne products, because they simply haven't worked for me in the long run. I started using Acnepril on July 10th (almost 1 month ago) and my skin has improved tremendously. The acne on my forehead, chin, back, and chest are gone. I'm still having trouble with my jawline and cheeks, but those areas are improving as well. I take 3 pills in the morning, 3 in the afternoon, and 2 at night. I drink plenty of water and I also eat a better diet. I'm really glad that this has worked for me. My face feels so much better. It's not irritated or inflamed, I just ordered 2 more bottles and I will continue to use this for months to come until my acne has fully cleared. I highly reccommend this product.
Posted 26 August 2013 - 04:32 PM
Edited by JPStuart, 26 August 2013 - 04:33 PM.
Posted 02 October 2013 - 04:12 AM
i've heard good reviews about Acnepril. I got my first about a week ago and and have been trying ever since. I haven't noticed any major difference but I'm staying optimistic because with acne products, you don't notice the difference until the 2-3 week if not longer.
If your thinking about trying it give it go and see how it goes. Remember be patient and stick to it.
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