yea i've used it before. It works really well to dry the skin if you have oily skin but can be a little drying. My skin cleared up but then it kinda got immune to it after a while. If you do use it, please use a moisturizer!Products containing BP are extremely drying. It really strips the natural oils from your skin. What generally happens is. . . .after a while your brain will decide that if this is how life is going to be, then more oils need to be produced. So the product either stops working or you end up being stuck on the product for life. Not good as you get older. Stripping all those natural oils causes those visible signs of aging to show up quicker.
A gentle daily scrub to remove dead skin cells & unclog pores.Hi Judi. What is better than benzol peroxide?
these are very good guidelines to follow. but this is only going to help if your acne is topical. you might want to see a dermatologist for prescribed anitibiotics if your skin is not clear after using a regimen like this for up to 3 weeks.A gentle daily scrub to remove dead skin cells & unclog pores.
A toner to calm the skin, remove any thing that resttled during the rinse, & to remove excess oils without stripping them.
A moisturizer that balances your skin
A spot treatment for any blemishes because nothing is perfect
Glycolic & salicylic acid help to clean out pores, reduce oils & keep the amount of dead skin cells down