Acne Treatments

Mark asks…

Is it okay to leave your acne treatment on for a few minutes instead of washing it off right away?

Is it okay, or perhaps even more beneficial, to leave your acne treatment on your face for a few minutes (like 5-10 minutes) instead of washing it off right away?

I have terrible acne and was wondering if I left my acne scrub on my face for a few minutes instead of just putting it on and washing it off right away would be more beneficial? Or would it not help at all? Or could it possibly even make it worse?
LOL someone posted “I’m not dermatologist but common sense says yes.” I’ve been leaving it on for like 2-10 minutes while brushing my teeth and doing other things. You would think that it would be beneficial, but ultimately, I have no clue which is why I’m asking.

admin answers:

I’m no dermatologist, but my common sense says yes.

Daniel asks…

What if i do not want the auto refill for skin id acne treatment.?

I just ordered skin id acne treatment and i was looking at the site after i had already ordered. It says that my auto refill we come in 60 days and it will automatically be charged to my card. I am not sure if i want this product again.

admin answers:

You need to call right away to cancel your membership, otherwise known as “autoship.”

In the future, before you order anything online, check out the company on ripoffreport and complaintsboard.com

Regarding the other comment about Accutane – Accutane is so dangerous that it has a whole list of side effects: http://www.acnetreatment.org/reviews/accutane.html

Because Accutane’s potential side effects are so severe that before a patient can purchase this treatment they must sign a special promise note called iPLEDGE. The iPLEDGE certifies the patient has been counseled on the side effects and provides that females of child-bearing age be tested for pregnancy and promise to use two forms of birth control since birth defects are so disfiguring and severe.

Those still interested in Accutane can purchase it with a prescription for approximately $300.00 to $400.00.

Mary asks…

Should I continue using this acne treatment?

I use an acne treatment. It is from a company called “life” that is only sold in pharmaprix (series of pharmacies). It works great, it clears my forehead up in 2 days max but if I stop using it for a couple of days the acne comes back. If I use it everyday ( twice) then my skin becomes dry and flaky. Should I continue using it?

admin answers:

If I were you, I would probably look for something else. There are many different acne treatment options out there, so chances are you should be able to find something that will clear up your acne but will not hurt your face. You may try asking a pharmacist what they would recommend, and show them what you have tried already and tell them what happened. You could also see a dermatologist, and try a prescription medication if nothing else seems to work.

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