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I would recommend this product if you are starting the regimen at home and are waiting for a gel form of BP. It still will leave a white residue when you work your way up to the recommended amount for the regimen.. but It leave less than other over-the-counter BP products.
Used now for almost 7 weeks. Worked initially very well it seems, and after that just hasn't worked well at all.
If your looking for a quick way to smoother, softer, better looking skin, use: "Acnce Vanishing Treatment for Sensitive Skin". When I first bought it and put it on, within hours my skin looked great! You can also wear it underneath your make-up, which is a bonus! Plus it is inexpensive & you can get it almost anywhere in Canada!
I have been using Oxy Acne Vanishing Treatment 2.5% Benzoyl Peroxide for Sensitive Skin for more than a year. My skin has never looked better. It goes on smooth, vanishing completely on the skin. Slowly but surely reducing blackheads, preventing large acne breakouts and keeps skin feeling smooth.
Just make sure you were makeup or sunscreen if you were it in the sun (I wear it in the morning and night). You'll get a sunburn if you're not careful.
Just be careful. i recommend asking your doctor to make sure.
This was actually the first acne product that I had ever used before. And probably one of the worst. It didn't work for me at all, and my acne just stayed the same. I do not recommend it for anyone.
pretty good and quite cheap
not good for severe acne though
Quit drinking NUTRISWEET, and have regular dentist visits. I suffered for years with acne. I tried everything. I quit eating/drinking things with artificial sweetener, and I have no more cystic acne. A few blemished here and there still. Change your pillowcases. Clean your makeup brushes. Apply makeup with clean sponge everyday. These are all things I have learned. Most important is the Nutrisweet.
Smells bad, didn't help my acne (or bacne), but it didn't irritate my skin either.