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Powderma Has Been A Lifesaver

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I've suffered from moderate to severe acne on my back and shoulders since I was a teenager and have tried most everything under the sun, none of which made a huge difference. After yet another trip to see my dermatologist this spring to try the latest and greatest antibiotic, she suggested I try a new over the counter product called Powderma. I'm happy to report it has made all the difference in the world.

I apply it every morning when I get out of the shower and although I still get a blemish here and there, it has all but completely cleared up my skin. I was actually able to go the beach this summer for the first time in years and not be embarrassed.

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http://powderma.com/

I think this is it?


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I've been using it for about three weeks now and I'm happy to report it has been working. I also began using dandruff shampoo in the shower to wash my back and shoulders before I apply Powderma. I was using it everyday, but have since switched to every other day. Definitely keeps your skin from getting oily. They even sent me a free bacne applicator which was cool. Makes it easier to get the middle of my back. rolleyes.gif

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I am 25 now and had the usual breakouts as a teenager, but just on my face. Out of nowhere last year, I started breaking out on my back and neck. I read an artivle in Mens Health about Powderma, so I thought I would try it. I've been using it for a few months now and I've noticed a significant change in my skin. It's much clearer and softer and I even see some old acne scars fading! Definitely worth a try.

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Why are there no ingredients listed on the Powderma website?

Does anyone know what the ingredients are?

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I have been having these occasional breakout now and then. I suffered from bad acne like lot of others in my teenage years and then it kind of died down. Used to get the occasional pimple once in a while. But, I had the Neutrogena Pink grape fruit wash that really helped to keep my skin clean and in control. But for reasons that I still dont know, a sudden spurt of breakouts occurred over the past few months and it was slightly getting out of control and embarrassing. I tried a lot of these OTC gels, creams from Neutrogena, clean&clear, anthony Log etc. Went into a very strict skin care regimen with religious cleaning moisturizing and treatments. But no results and was very frustrating. I thought I would give Powderma a try. All I could say that I am very happy with the results. I use this in combination with the Neutrogena Pink grapefruit and the Aveeno clear complexion facial moisturizer. This has really improved my skin 80-90%. I haven’t broken out on my face or even the remote ones in the back or anywhere on my body in the past 2 weeks.

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Why are there no ingredients listed on the Powderma website?Does anyone know what the ingredients are?

This is what I got off of amazon: Ascorbic Acid, Calcium Pantothenate, Niacinamide, Zinc Oxide, Magnesium Sulfate, Micronized Salicin, Vitamin E.

It also said 3 ounces. I'd rather just stick to gold bond triple action medicated powder. (24 ounces for $16). I shower with aveeno skin relief moisturizing body wash. Then at night I put the powder on my back. If I put it on right after a shower, I get dry skin. This clears me up about 80%. I know its not 100%, but nothing else can come this close.

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