I’ve said it before and I’m not embarrassed to say it again… I have hormonal acne issues. Being a beauty blogger who doesn’t have the slightest idea how to use photoshop, (I’m trying to learn, and it’s seriously like I’m trying to teach my grandpa how to use “the twitter”) I try to keep my face as under control as possible. With products from Reviva Labs and Murad, it’s been pretty easy. BUT. I test A LOT of skin care. And sometimes different products will just make a break out happen.
As I said, my acne is hormone related. It’s all along the jaw and chin area. (Having kids does a lot more to your body than stretching out that gut!). I’m always in the market to shock my face into submission. So, when the opportunity to try out AcnEase came about, I jumped on it much like I jump on the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale.
What is AcnEase? Here is what their website tells us:
See Improvement in 7 to 10 Days
- Treats and prevents different types of Acne
- Unique, clinically tested herbal formula
- Has no side effects, unlike many other topical and oral products
- Small, convenient, easy to swallow tablets
- Works for women and men
- Works for people of all ages and all different complexionsAcnEase treats acne symptoms and causes safely and naturally. It’s the only product that can actually prevent new acne from forming. AcnEase also eliminates skin redness, flushing, heat sensitivity, and gritty eyes.
There are plenty of products claiming to be the miracle cure for acne, so we encourage, even challenge you, to compare AcnEase to some competitors. You’ll learn why AcnEase provides relief from the suffering of acne virtually risk-free.
I likes the sounds of that.
In a nut-shell – It worked for the duration of my use, even when I would test new skin care breakouts weren’t happening as severely (though they did crop up a bit but it was those little minute pimples and not the painful huge crap I can sometimes get). After around 2 weeks I noticed that new blemishes weren’t cropping up, and through the supply of the pills, they were rare. It also cleared up a bit of discoloration that I had from previous acne.
I didn’t purchase, though, because I can’t get over my one gripe.
The gripe. Depending on your weight and the severity of your acne, you MAY have to take a lot of pills. I have to take five pills at a time. Three times a day. That’s 15 of these pills a day. I mean… that’s a lot of pills. They’re not huge, but it’s not pleasant to do and not super easy for me to remember the mid-day dose. However, if nothing else is working for you, and you’re not keen on taking a prescription that may dry out your face, then that little gripe won’t matter.
Now, I’m not a Doctor and I don’t play one on TV. My information above is based on research as well as my own personal experience with this product. Please consult your primary care physician before starting any sort of ingest-able (I think I just made that word up, it doesn’t look right) item.
Pricing: AcnEase features a money back guarantee and there are all sorts of options. Here is the link for the different systems (moderate, mild, severe, etc) and pricing information.
Have you tried AcnEase? What do you think of it? Or, if you have a way to control acne, please share!