Acnezine – Attacks Acne From The Inside And Outside, But Users Disagree
Acnezine was created by a biochemist and contains what has been called “a proprietary blend of antioxidants and herbs.” Unlike the vast majority of popular acne treatments, Acnezine doesn’t target the acne itself or the bacteria that causes it. Instead it is designed to treat acne from the inside out. The premise behind Acnezine is that acne, or more specifically the p. acnes bacteria that causes acne, is a result of impurities and toxins within the body. As the theory goes, these bodily impurities lead to stress on various organs which leads to excess oil production.
Acnezine’s natural ingredients have been chosen to neutralize any impurities and toxins. By reducing the overall levels of toxins in your body, the makers of Acnezine say that it will clear existing breakouts as well as prevent future ones. It is intended for use by both adults and teens suffering from most forms of acne, including blackheads, whiteheads, pimples, spots, redness, and pus.
Revitol, the maker of Acnezine, was founded in 2002 as a company “dedicated to providing safe and effective products that help people supplement their lives.” Their focus is on creating natural products by combining nutritional science with ingredients gathered from around the globe. Revitol’s stated mission is “to deliver the highest quality health and beauty products with the best value to our customers.”
The Acnezine regimen includes using two products – a cream applied topically and a pill taken orally. The pill is the “original Acnezine” and was sold as a stand-alone product before Acnezine cream was introduced.
Acnezine cream contains Benzoyl Peroxide 5% as well as a number of natural ingredients like aloe vera, green tea, witch hazel, and honey. It is applied to clean skin one to three times daily. The listed potential side effects include excessive drying of the skin, redness, burning, itching, peeling, and swelling. The label states that mild irritation “may be reduced by using the product less frequently or in a lower concentration.”
Acnezine Skin Antioxidant, a capsule containing a variety of vitamins and other substances, is to be taken once per day on an empty stomach before a meal. Some of the ingredients are Ester C, Vitamin E, B vitamins, aloe vera powder, and CoQ10. The bulk of the pill is made up of Collagen Type II derived from chicken. No potential side effects are listed.
Where to Buy Acnezine
Acnezine acne treatment system is not available in stores. It may be purchased only via the official Acnezine website.
The cost of a one-month supply of Acnezine is $39.95.
According to the Terms and Conditions on Acnezine’s official website, opened products may not be returned. Unused and unopened products may be returned within 90 days for a refund minus a $10 restocking fee.
When looking at any acne treatment, the real question is, “Does it work?” and more importantly, “Will it work for me?” Since most acne treatments work on the pimples themselves, Acnezine warrants a special review because of its claims to defeat acne from within the body. In searching the internet to discover what others have experienced when using Acnezine, I guess it shouldn’t come as a surprise that I found both glowing reviews and complaints.
Some of those positive comments can be seen above, and I found Acnezine listed among the top three best acne treatments on more than one website including EasyAcneRemedy.com. On the other hand, about half the comments regarding Acnezine on one forum called it a scam and were riddled with warnings not buy it. So which is it?
Every person’s body is going to respond differently to the vitamins and herbs in the Acnezine capsules. The problems and side effects that many people report experiencing after they start taking Acnezine may actually be a result of the “detoxification” process. As the poisons within are neutralized, a person may have headaches or feel excessively tired. As unpleasant as these effects may be, some people – like the Acnezine reviewer at Natural Acne Solution – say they are a normal part of the detox. They’re simply part of the way Acnezine works to fight acne.
After looking at the pros and cons, it seems that whether Acnezine will be good for your skin or not depends entirely on how your body responds to the ingredients in the Acnezine capsules. For some people, these ingredients really work to combat the root of their acne problems – for others, there is little to no noticeable effect.