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Skin Care Review: Proactive Face Wash

by Melanie


I found the product to be helpful in clearing my skin in the first few months I used it.

After the first few months, the product's effectiveness wore off.

The product worked well initially to clear most of my facial acne, but it did nothing for clearing up blackheads or for improving skin tone balance. I found that after prolonged use, the effectiveness of the product wore off and my acne problems returned. In addition, parts of my face where I did not have an acne problem grew red and irritated and my face began to dry out, resulting in flaking of my skin in some areas of my face. Overall, I found the product was a bit harsh and did not prove to be a viable solution long term for my skin.

The product is helpful initially, but not long term.

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