How to Get Rid of a Pimple – Acnezine Vs Proactiv – Skin Product Report

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I know it, stinks. Weather you are teenager or adult getting rid of those pimples seems like it is an impossible task. Their seems to be so many remedies out there. I’m sure you have even tried a few of these:

Apple Cider Vinegar

Steam

Baking Soda

Toothpaste

Garlic

Lemon Juice

Countless over the counter cleansers

And you know what, some of them work for some people. It depends on a case by case bases, so don’t laugh when someone tells you that they use “lemon juice” and everything cleared up. It may work for their body, but not necessarily for yours.

Sometimes you need to cut to the chase and go with the proven formulas

Acnezine and Proactiv are two products that are proven to work well for many, many people. Proactiv is probably a little more well known (I’m sure you’ve seen the commercials at least once) and Revitol is a company that has a lot of natural products. Here is a little bit of what they are all about:

Acnezine

What’s cool about Acnezine is that it’s an entire skin care management system. It finds the source of your acne and the blemishes you have, but also treats future outbreaks that you don’t even see yet. If you think about it, most acne products only treat blemishes that you already have. They don’t really help your skin prevent more from forming. Pretty awesome stuff.

Proactiv

Again, this is a management system for your face. Instead of treating one pimple at a time Proactiv treats your whole face and help prevent acne before it starts. It is a dermatologist-developed, 3-step system that clears and helps prevent breakouts. They make it easy to become part of your daily skin care regimen.

Both systems are excellent and when you go check them out, you will see that they both back up their products long money back guarantees. I can’t tell you how important that is when you are researching a skin product to use.

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Source by Bill Sheers

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