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Skin Care Review: Clear Skin Regimen Gel (with 2.5% benzoyl peroxide)

by S, Vancouver Canada


Some improvement in skin tone

Very slow acting, and the gel is goopy

I thought I had finally found the affordable and effective acne product I needed after years of buying more expensive stuff and being disappointed. But I'm still waiting. The bp gel has cleared my skin somewhat, but I still have red as well as dark scars and those aren't going away very fast. Also, new pimples seem to pop up even when I've been using the gel regularly. And applying the stuff in the thickness that the website recommends means that you had a really thick goopy mess on your face. (Luckily it dries quite well.) My main problem with this method is that I had really high expectations of it working so well, but it hasn't really happened.

Cheap, so why not try it. But don't expect too much.

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