What proactiv product removes pimples the best?
Q:I am tired of using the 3 step proactiv treatment twice a day becasue it is time consuming and dries out my skin. I read that the benzoyl peroxide is only 2.5% in proactiv but today I bought PanOxyl 10% benzoyl peroxide acne foaming wash. I would like to know if it would work better and when i stop using proactiv and start using PanOxyl what will happen to my acne?
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A:You should keep using it, it does miracles, I used last year for like 8 months then I stopped using it and my face still clean , I always keep some on my side because I'm afraid the pimples will come back!
A:naw proactive doesnt work, and if it does, only for a small amount of people. clearacel works for me, i use it and all my pimples are gone, it cleans really well. get the cleaning pads
A:I used to have the same problem!!!! But then i went to my dermatologist and they gave me Dermatone and it works like a charm!!
***EDIT**** do NOT use makeup!!! It only makes it worse!!!! trust me!! I should know *Sighs*
A:Yes, I have used it but you must stick to the instructions, applying the 3 steps morning and night for at leat a month, you should start seen the results in about a week.
A:2 tbls. apple cider vinegar in a glass of water 2-3 x day. Hair and nails grow long too. Has 93 vitamins and minerals. Use alcohol and cotton pads to clean skin and clear up spots. Pure coconut oil is great also. I have used both these products and they work very well. The coconut oil keeps skin smooth and clean without further breakouts. Both are very inexpensive too. You will see some pimples the first few days, but after that you will have beautiful clear skin. Take this advice for a 50 year old that had acne for 40 years. Now I have smooth clear skin.
A:a lot of people say it does, i tried it and it disappointed me...didn't work like on tv. But I am the person who seems to be allergic to every acne medication out there....anyway, just make sure you follow the directions to a T, and it is a long and ongoing process (Trust me)