ProNexin Acne Treatment Review

ProNexin Acne Treatment is a one-step skin cleanser and acne solution.  “Basically a nutritional supplement” for your skin, ProNexin contains “30 vitamins, minerals, and herbal acne aids” as well as tiny exfoliators to lift dirt and dead skin cells from your pores.  The ingredients also work to slow bacterial growth to help prevent future acne breakouts.

ProNexin can be used an an all-over skin cleanser and works on body acne as well as facial acne.  ProNexin is not drying to the skin, nor will it induce your body to “rebound” and produce excess oil as some treatments do.  The ProNexin ingredients help acne prone skin to heal itself.  With ProNexin, you can “clear, revitalize, moisturize, supplement, and heal” skin in just one 30-second daily treatment.

Company Information

The ProNexin website does not offer any information about the location or other operations of the company behind the product.  They do provide an email address and phone number on the site.  The Better Business Bureau does not have a file under the name ProNexin to give any further information about the company.

Product Specifications

ProNexin face scrub is “100% chemical free” and contains a mixture of herbals, vitamins, and minerals.  Ingredients include aloe vera, white willow extract, calendula, avocado oil, green tea extract, tea tree oil, and walnut shell for exfoliating.  A complete list of ingredients is included on the ProNexin website.

ProNexin is packaged in a 12.2 ounce bottle that “lasts at least 3 months.”  No warnings or side effects to using the ProNexin cleansing system are discussed on the website.

Where to Buy ProNexin

You may purchase ProNexin on its official website.  It is not sold in stores.


The cost for one bottle of ProNexin is $29.99.  If you purchase two or more bottles at a time, you’ll receive a free bottle of ProNexin 12 Hour Acne Treatment, but details about this product are not given on the website.

Return Policy

ProNexin offers a “no time limit” guarantee.  Use ProNexin cleanser as long as you’d like, and if it doesn’t work you can return it for a full refund including shipping charges.


When I began my search for real user reviews of ProNexin Acne Treatment, I noticed something very wrong.  The ProNexin homepage is identical to the homepage of Zyporex Acne Treatment.  The product description, the list of ingredients, the “user testimonials,” the frequently asked questions, the price – all of it is 100% identical.  This scream fraud and scam to me.

This is why you’ll notice that my information pages for both ProNexin and Zyporex read almost identical as well.  Since the information the company presents is the same, I am simply reiterating to you what is on the website.  Let’s look now at some user reviews from other websites.

You’ll see a few positive comments about ProNexin above.  Out of around 20 total ProNexin reviews that I found, about 5 of them were positive.  Honestly, I’m trying to be open-minded and not judgmental but it’s hard for me to believe those are from real users.  People say things like, “I personally really like how easy it is to use … and I like how it makes your face feel afterwards” and “I think it blows the other stuff out of the water … Accutane could only do so much.  I was struggling with the last bit [and] ProNexin really helps out a lot.”

A lengthy review posted on Squidoo says that at first, ProNexin “really irritated my skin. … I kept on using ProNexin in hope that it would get better, but it only got worse.”  After using it for three months, this person gave up and switched to another treatment.

Though it gets the #1 Top Acne Treatment spot at Best Acne Remedies, some have accused that site of posting “their reviews of their [own] products.”  Acne Cures Revealed also lists ProNexin in it’s top spot, but strangely (and suspiciously) many of the “top acne products” on Acne Cures Revealed are the same as those on Best Acne Remedies.  These same products do not appear on the best acne treatment lists on other websites.  Someone answering a ProNexin question at Yahoo! Answers says, “Wow … you fell for their advertising.”

The obvious ‘shadiness’ of the company selling ProNexin, Zyporex, and perhaps other acne treatments makes me think there is no way the treatment can actually work.  If it’s a good acne remedy, why does the manufacturer need to “manufacture” his product testimonials and include the same ones for two different products?  Search the internet, read lots and lots of user reviews, and decide for yourself.