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  1. When Pernox was discontinued, I tried all kinds of exfoliating scrubs in the hopes of finding a replacement. Unfortunately, most of the ones I tried didn't work nearly as good. I eventually I thought of the idea of looking up what each of the ingredients in Pernox did, and came across one ingredient in particular that was supposed to help the product penetrate the skin (I don't remember exactly what it was called.) Anyway, using this ingredient as a guide for what products to try, I ev
  2. Actually I'm not too sure. Pernox only lists EDTA as the ingredient but doesn't specific if it's Tetrasodium EDTA or Disodium EDTA. I originally didn't include Tetrasodium in my description, but went back and added it for the sake of consistency after finding the page I linked at the bottom of my post From what I read the only major difference between the two is their pH levels, which I believe just means the chemicals they are mixed with need to be a little different for the EDTA to be rend
  3. Hey everyone, I posted a while back about a Pernox alternative I found called Yu-Be skin polish that appeared to work pretty well compared with Pernox. I wanted to report that I recently found something even better. It's called Clearasil Ultra Rapid Action Acne Scrub and it's sold at most pharmacies/markets. After trying a tons of different washes and scrubs containing Sulfur and salicylic acid, I realized that the reason pernox might have worked so well wasn't necessarily due only
  4. Try Yu-Be Foaming Skin Polish. It's a exfoliant/cleanser just like Pernox, and seems to work near equally as well. You can find it on Amazon. I also recommend, after cleansing with Pernox, using Skin Culture's Glycolic Lotion followed by their Sage & Citrus Moisturizer. The moisturizer is hands down the best I've ever used. Very hydrating and amazingly light. The skin culture products have pretty much have eliminated my oily skin, and, after trying a slew of products when Pernox le
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