Clindets Clindamycin (1%) Topical Antibiotic Wipes reviews
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Isopropyl alcohol (52% v/v), propylene glycol and water.
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For me, this was not enough to prevent acne--nor do I think it's the purpose of the product--but it did a great job of clearing up existing acne without scarring.
This product is super easy to use and didn't irritate my sensitive skin.
Seriously, I have battled moderate persistent acne since I was a teenager. Now that I've reached my thirties it wasn't getting any better until I tried these! Wow. Words cannot express how much I love these things!!! My acne is finally manageable and greatly improved. I can wear less makeup and feel confident. Who knew it could be this easy without an oral antibiotic?
This is by far the best product I have ever used. Though you might be frightened by its strong smell, trust me; it's totally worth it. It's a small disposable alcohol wipe, medicated with clindamycin. I've used this product on, and off and every time I use it I just love it more and more. After cleansing, I would apply the wipe twice a day, once in the morning, and again before bed. Sits well under makeup, and does not make skin flaky. The wipe also exfoliates skin, and when you're done applying it, you'll even see the gunk that came off your skin (especially if you wear a lot of makeup -- helps to remove residue even after you wash your face).
It might burn a little bit the first time you use it, but your skin adapts. I haven't broken out with this product, and I've noticed a huge improvement on reducing acne, and acne scars.