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As far as clearing up acne, this product works. But In my opinion, user experience isn't that great.
1. The product, especially the amount you work up towards, tends to rub off. When I wake up in the morning I have little white dots all over my face from the product flaking.
2. For the reason stated above, this product is not good to wear under makeup. You will regret ever trying, trust me. Just don't try it.
3. Upon application, there is a grainy texture that I personally find very disturbing. Im not sure if that is how its supposed to feel or if I got a not so good batch. Its not terrible, but its not great either.
4. When I recieved my package, two of the three product pumps were leaking from the middle of the lid. Again, not a big deal, but still, could be better. I just find that I spent too much money to have 2 of 3 broken pumps.
Other than that, as far as it being a effective acne treatment, it works really fast and really well. My acne cleared up pretty much immediately.
The facial cleanser works wonders for removing makeup, I got some in my eyes and its not as bad as some other cleansers. It also doesn't feel too stripping.
The Aha is some of the best on the market. Ive used other brands and this one is by far the best one I've found.
Jojoba oil is very over priced. If you buy it from here test the quality by sticking it in the freezer and seeing if it solidifies. Lmk of it works cause I'm a bit skeptical.
The only thing that has consistently worked for me
I found acne.org from a YouTube video. A girl said it was the only thing that worked for her. I had moderate acne, the red angry kind around my mouth cheeks and jaw that leaves dark scars. I had tried about everything except for Accutane. I’ve tried every treatment, birth control, every home remedy, every diet change, and the acne.org regimen worked after about two weeks. All of my acne was gone in about three months and it has been that way for a few years now. The only time I get acne flare ups is when I go on a trip and forget my acne.org products. The only thing that is annoying is that you have to let the product dry on your face before you let fabric touch it because it will stain whatever it touches while it’s wet.
One year ago, I had severe acne on my skin for no reason, the benzoyl peroxide saved my life!! Mixed with the cleanser, I followed the instruction and thankfully, today I feel so good with a clear skin.
I'm very sceptical, so at first i didn't have big hopes for this treatment. I'm 20 years old and struggled with moderate acne since i was 11. My skin is very VERY sensitive, any other medical grade gel and cream usually did more bad than good. I combine this treatment with a healthy, reasonable diet (no dairy was a must, and i also cut off coffee and choc), their face wash (or if i run out, anything thats delicate enough) and regular unscented moisturizer along with spf.
It did WONDERS.
Its been half a year, and the change is drastic. I have no active pimples on me right now (aswell as no redness). I occassionally get one here and there before period or if i eat something bad accidentally, but the gel makes it go away SO much faster! Around 3-4 days and theyre gone. They're also much smaller and not nearly as inflamed. I've tried BP before ,but both 5% and 10% were too harsh for me and caused me to break out anyway. This is PERFECT
TLDR; Very sensitive, acne prone skin,this thing changed my quality of life, couldn't recommend enough!
I first started using this regimen in 2016 and it got rid of all my acne, this was the first product that actually worked. I don’t have acne anymore but I would get the occasional pimple or two so I decided to purchase this regimen again ( worst mistake of my life). i’ve been using this product for a month now and my skin is horrible, I went from clear skin to horrible painful acne from using this product. I have never had this type of acne before it feels like cystic acne now and my skin was perfectly fine before I started using this. They must have changed the formula or added new things to this regimen because it is not the same and it also bleached my pillow cases from grey to orange. I do not recommend buying this, it will damage your skin and cause painful acne.
DO NOT BUY! I have been using the product for a while and this is my 3rd time buying, first two times i have received great results, however, this last batch received in June feels like i am going backwards, i believe they have changed the ingredients... this one is now bleaching my bedding to the point i have to bin them, the previous batches didn’t. DO NOT BUY - the company will not give me a refund either - returning the product from Uk to Us will probably cost me more money and time! Which it isn’t worth.
Okay sooo I've been using the regimen for 2 years now and I will say that it definitely cleared up my skin for the most part (Male, 21, oily) after using so many different washes, antibiotics, etc... However, after about a year and a half in, my acne has come back (not as severe) even though I have stuck to this regimen night and day every single day. Over time I found what worked best for me was:
-Acne.org cleanser or Cetaphil gentle cleanser
-Acne.org B.P Treatment
-Cera Ve Moisturizing Cream
-CLEAN DIET aka no dairy
So what I'm trying now is adding Jojoba Oil with the moisturizer (always was hesitant bc my skin is VERY oily) and so far haven't seen results. I've only been doing this for a month so definitely not enough time to tell. But if there are any men out there with oily skin that by some chance have had a similar situation please let me know if there is anything you switched up with the routine or if there is something you found that works for your oily skin. Thanks
I have been wanting to write a review for the Treatment 2.5% for quite some time. This will only apply to *ahem* older ladies like myself who still suffer from annoying break-outs. I never had pimples with pus..rather just a regular dose of red angry bumps mostly on both cheeks. Since my teenage daughter was having success with the Acne.org products, I decided to try the treatment myself on my cheeks only. This was two years ago, and I haven't had any recurrence of the red bumps since. I give full credit to the 2.5% treatment gel and hope my success may encourage "mature ladies" with skin break-outs to give this a try.....was definitely a win-win for me.
To be fair, I have only been using the product for two weeks. However I am not new to benzoyl peroxide. I used to use Clinique's 2.5% BP cream for 8 years until they discontinued it. I have been looking for an a new acne treatment since. I started using a 5% BP that was working at keeping my breakouts away, but it was a little too drying for me (even with moisturizing), which is why I decided to give this a try. I understand that this product could cause initial purging however downgrading from a 5% BP to 2.5% should not have caused one in the first place (especially as bad as the one I am having now) , considering my skin was relatively clear with a few breakouts here and there at a certain time. My skin got pretty bad within the last two weeks (the worst its been since I was a teen), which is why I am giving up only after two weeks and going back to my 5%. The new breakouts I am getting are definitely more painful and red, they also linger for some time, which is why I am not sure if this is an initial purging period, or my skin just doesn't like it. The reason I gave 2 stars instead of 1 is because it did not dry me out or cause any irritation. It didn't even feel like I was using a BP treatment. I believe that 2.5% is strong enough and not everyone needs 5/10%, but I am not sure that this exact one works for me. My personal advice to someone starting out BP for the first time, don't give up after 2 weeks like me, stick to it for AT LEAST a month, because you might be purging in the beginning. In my case, I don't think I am due to my past experience with BP (which has never really caused purging in the first place). If you're switching from another BP treatment that was working well to this and keep having a bad reaction, I suggest going back to the old BP. The 5% I was using was medical grade and a lot more expensive than this, which was another reason I wanted to switch, but if it keeps my breakouts away, I am willing to spend the money!
Update: I went back to my 5% BPO and my inflamed red breakouts have calmed down and are healing. This BPO was definitely causing a bad reaction and not purging, considering the breakouts weren't small and in the regular areas but were red and inflamed all over.