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So Is It True? Acne Free Actually Beats Proactiv?

Reviewing: Acne Free Clear Skin Treatments Acne Free 3 Step System For Clear Skin  |  Rating:
littlegapeach2 By littlegapeach2 on
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So we've all seen the commercials and walked past the giant ads in Walmart, CVS, RiteAid, and Walgreens... the AcneFree Skin Care system proves to beat out the previously claimed "#1 Acne Selling Product in the World, " Proactiv. Well, having tried both products, I can honestly say without a doubt in my mind that AcneFree works way better. I tried Proactiv and after two weeks of seeing only slightly clearer skin, I slacked off on using it. I was discouraged by not seeing any results. Then one day, after watching another one of their famous infomercials online, I decided to start using it again and this time be consistent. Both times that I tried this product, neither gave me the promised results.

After making the decision to invest in the AcneFree Clear Skin system, I noticed a change within the first 12 hours. My face felt cleaner and the pimples I already had felt like they were being erased. Throughout using this product, my face did indeed stay clear for the time that I was consistent in using it, but I must also admit, that whenever I skipped even a day, my face would break right back out again. Overall, even having been out of the product for over a week now, the tone of my skin is still drastically better. The redness is gone, my pores appear smaller, and it still seems to be a little clearer.

The only thing that I found inconvenient about using this product was the same thing that I did not like about Proactiv, and that was the fact that it was a "3 step" system, and I found it a hassle having so many products to carry around, and it took a while to have to wait for the toner to dry before applying the lotion. I definitely rate this product an overall 5 though, just because it's the only thing that I've ever tried that actually worked.