Chinese Herbal Liquid

3 Reviews

Dittany Bark, Flavescent Sophora Root, Ginseng Root, Ledebouriella Root, Broom Cypress Fruit, Distilled Water.

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October 27, 2012


- Cleared my moderate acne quickly
- Soothing
- Skin didn't feel too oily or dry, just balanced
- Seemed like a miracle!


- It smells like something you'd add to a stir-fry, although the smell doesn't seem to last
- It worked for a full year, and then for whatever reason, just had no effect anymore. That was about five years ago, and it hasn't worked since (I've tried it again every now and then)

I would recommend this to anyone with acne (mine was - and is - of medium severity, so I don't know how it would be with severe acne). It is mild, non-irritating, soothing - and certainly worked for me. It really did seem too good to be true - and ultimately, it was. As I have said above, after about a year's use, it stopped having any effect almost overnight, and nothing has worked so well since. Incidentally, when I used it, I purposefully used it in conjunction with nothing else - no face wash, no moisturiser, no sun screen, etc. I washed my face with warm water and a clean face cloth morning and evening, and then once dry, applied the treatment after that (i.e. twice a day). That was enough. It's a shame it didn't work long-term, because this simple face care regime felt so pure and was very effective for some time.