Post # 1
I generally don’t do product reviews, but will make an exception for this product.
This treatment is amazing. My first use, I put it on after my nightly shower and when I woke up the next day I felt like my pores had shriveled up and died (it’s an embellishment- but it was miraculous. My pores were gone).
I don’t get a lot of acne, but I do have some- and this little product cleared it all up. I highly reccommend it- the one con is it is pricey. I think it was 70 bucks for .9 oz- it is worth the investment though. I’ve stopped getting facials and use this instead.
Post # 3
- Wedding: September 2009 - City Hall
Sounds worth it to me… Is it a prescription, or where’d you get it?
Post # 4
I got mine at sephora, but they don’t sell it online for some reason. I’m almost out!
Post # 5
Ok Dermatology bee here to say that your very expensive product is not much different than Nutragena’s acne line which also has 2% salicylic acid the only true active ingredient in the above product. Better yet ALL Dermatologists recommend Retinoids to clear pores (an even stronger acid) which is in most OTC anti-wrinkle creams by the name Retinol. Also FYI: Rite Aide has a money back guarantee if you don’t love your product.
Post # 6
Ulta also has a money back guarantee. And they always have good coupons, or if you have a rewards card you can get money off with points 🙂 I used to work there and their return policy is one of my favorite things about the store since they have all sorts of high end products. If you’re shelling out big money for something like that it better work!
Post # 7
I’ve used Nuetrogena’s acne line and haven’t gotten results like this (I actually have the line sitting half used in my bathroom- I do love their pink grapefruit face wash though. It smells great). Dermadoctor has 2 percent salicylic acid as well- for some reason it really cleared me up like nothing else has. I’m not saying it will work the same for everyone- but I absolutley love the product. 🙂