Dadashie : Acne Blemish Cleanser

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March 31, 2011

Pros:

Results are seen imediatly
havent had breakouts since i started using this product.

Cons:

my skin is dry other than that I have no complains..

This product is a must, I have lost faith on many products but this one is differant. I have only used this product for a week and can see a little change. I am sure with the Dadashie facial and product use in a couple month i will be scar and acne free :) cant wait! FYI I paid 76.00 for 1 month worth of product
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Anonymous
January 15, 2011

Pros:

It really works!! I am 26 and have been dealing with adult acne since I was 21. I have tried EVERYTHING from changing my diet to antibiotics to expensive spa treatments and nothing has worked. Dadashie changed my life!!!
and it is very inexpensive!!

Cons:

Skin is very dry at first but gets better after the first month on the treatment. Well worth a few months of dryness.

If you have acne try this! Dont waste your money like I did trying everything else!
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Carly
October 22, 2010

Pros:

Works Great!

Cons:

Small container

I got this from my estetichian. I use the night cream as well as the moisturizer. I go every other week for a facial/extractions and my acne has cleared! The cream is free of any harsh chemicals, all natural formula to promote exfoliation of the face.
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Jen
July 9, 2010

Pros:

Awesome! Only thing that has ever worked on my adult skin. 3-4 stages or sensitive.

Cons:

Bottles are small, last 3 weeks..but less if using on skin other than face. About $20-$25 a bottle, but well worth it!

Get it from an esthetician. It's fairly new, but works great! The esthetician will also recommend facial peels which are pain free (they actually feel good) for about $45 a session. The peel removes all the dead skin and virtually looks better immediately. Murad was the most expensive treatment that I had tried, but it didn't work. At all. This works especially for me because after I had kids, I am ultra sensitive to Benzoyl peroxide and Dadashie has a treatment without it.
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