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Neutrogena SkiniD Anti Acne Treatment


Active ingredient:
Benzoyl Peroxide (5%).

Inactive ingredients:
Water, Carbomer, Benzyl Alcohol, Sodium Hydroxide, Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose, Disodium EDTA, Laureth-4.

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Katie, Indianapolis
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Reviewed on January 2, 2011

Everyone's skin is different, so, to expect it to work wonders like it has for other people is a sign of intelligence, or lack there of.

With a good diet, continuous use of Skin ID, and a correct evaluation, it should do it's intended job.

I've been using it for a year now, and my acne is much better than it was before.

However, if you stop the treatment, you will see a significant difference, meaning you will see more pimples. But, that is with every acne treatment around.

You also need to make sure the evaluation you took is still correct, otherwise, you could dry out your face.

All in all, Skin ID works.

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anne, New York
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Reviewed on December 27, 2010

this product started working for me after a week. My skin is so much clearer now. I had breakouts every few days before this product and now my face is clear. The only downside to this product is that it will dry your face out. When you first start using it start only once a day and make sure you use a good moisterizer on your face.

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Anonymous, Grand Rapids, MI
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Reviewed on December 15, 2010

I have tried everything to help my acne, proactive, murad, clean and clear, clinique, stidex. They all were a dissapointment. I was so fed up with my acne, and when I saw skin id on tv I got really excited. My mom decided to let my try it. It seemed to work at first, but then it began to irritate my skin and my cystic acne came back. I returned the empty bottles within about 40 days, which cost $8 in shipping. It was extremely hard to find out how to cancel my membership on the skin id website, so I emailed them. I got an email back the next day saying that my membership had been canceled. About a month later, another skin id kit was sent to me, and $50 was charged to my mom's credit card. My mom called the company and they said they didn't understand why we were sent another kit, because they found on their computer that we had cancelled the account. Plus, the original $30 for the trial kit was never put back on my mom's credit card. They said to keep the kit and that they would reimburse the $30, and the $50 (which included the shipping). My mom checked her credit card statement today, and the $30 was credited, but not the full $50 (they didn't give us back the shipping). My mom spent about 20 minutes on the phone with the company and the lady hung up on my mom. She called back and asked for a manager; they lady called her a liar, and told her to calm down. She also said they couldn't reimburse her shipping cost because their "computers were down". This company is a total scam. They are charging us for their mistake. My mom will be calling the BBB. I will never again order anything through mail order. I am currently trying a new skin care kit called "No Zit Sherlock" and it is working beautifully! You don't have to order it on the phone (I found it at sephora).

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Reviewed on December 1, 2010

i was on this for around 5 to 6 months and it did nothing. It smells good and i love the look of it but it does not work at all. my acne went from mild to almost severe. i just kept telling myself it would get better if i stay on it but if you dont see anything in about 2 to 3 months then stop paying and get off it. all the tv stuff does not help go to the Derm. and talk and get something else.

i am still string to get something that will help... good luck to everyone.

Reviewed on November 25, 2010

It may work

It seemed to work for me a period of time. My skIN was very clear and would break out a couple times a month, but after i used it for 4 months my skin went back to the old ugly self

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Jessica, Maryland
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Reviewed on September 12, 2010

I purchased skin id with good intentions....but i was wrong,. I first used the product and it dried out my skin to the point where it was flaking off. THEY CHARGE YOUR CARD EVERY MONTH IF U DO NOT CALL TO CANCEL...1-866-742-0201 is the number incase you need it. They charge you 50 dollars toy our saccout and only credit you 30 they make you pay the returned shipping, and tax. DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT YOU WILL BE COMPPLETELY DISISATISFIED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Reviewed on August 12, 2010

It's definitely worth the money. It is personalized for your skin and thats why it works so well.

At first, I was hesitant to pay $40 to buy it. But then I realized, "Heck, I'll do anything to get rid of this acne!" So I bought it.

When I got it, the bottles were smaller than I imagined but I guess thats good, because before I ran out, it stopped working. I took the evaluation again and it recommended me with new products.

I've been re-ordering the same products from Skin iD since then! I love it!

Reviewed on August 10, 2010

good product not a miracle worker worked on my skin but left it flaky and dry and does nothing for scarring. overall ok product.

Reviewed on July 11, 2010

It worked for me for about the first three months. Because they base your products on your lifestyle, I read that you should retake the quiz before your next order is submitted. I had some problems with dry skin, and I realized that originally I had put that my skin wasn't sensitive, when it was, so I went through it again, and got a new system. The new system didn't work well. I think I broke out more with the new system than I did before I was using anything.

It seemed to me like I couldn't win. If I used the stronger products like they originally suggested, my acne went away, but my skin was really really really dry. The new system for dry, sensitive skin, didn't clear my acne. Because the system changes for everyone, and depends on how correctly you answer the questions, it may work for others, but it didn't work out for me.

If you're interested, try it. You set how often you receive new product, so I'd set it to the latest date, until you decide. If you don't like it, cancel it right away. You have to call to cancel the order. I hate phone calls, it's a bit of a phobia for me, so this really proved a challenge.

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Aly, California
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Reviewed on June 24, 2010

I noticed a slight improvement in new minor blemishes but saw a slight increase in more cyst-like blemishes. This also did nothing for the field of red marks from old acne on my face. In contrast, the sun damage made them worse. My "Skin ID formula" included 07 Cream Cleanser/Mask (3.5% Benzoyl peroxide), 40 Toner (2% Salacylic Acid), and 32 Anti-Acne Treatment 2.5% Benzoyl Peroxide). I had a hard time using the "freebie" moisturizer: no SPF and was kind of goopy for me. Seemed to sit on the skin instead of getting absorbed and left me feeling greasy all day. I switched to the Aveeno with SPF 15 to at least give myself some sun protection.

For me, just too much BP and chemical. If you have very fair skin, residual acne scaring (I'm 32 and have been suffering on and off since my mid-teens), and are prone to more severe blemishes, then stay away. If you have more mild acne and little red marks, it might work better for you. I had some better luck w/ the drying when I started using Cetaphil as both a "pre-wash" and a light moisturizer at night, but by that point I was pretty fed up with Skin ID. Save your money!