Acnefree is an acne-fighting product offered in four different formulas.  University Medical Pharmaceuticals make this product, and it promises results in as little as three days to a couple of weeks. The chief ingredient in the product is Benzoyl Peroxide, making the product ideal for dealing with whiteheads, blackheads, pustules, and papules.  The product works with people of all skin types. The product is non-comedogenic so it does not make your pours clog.

Product Description:

Acnefree comes in the Clear Skin System, the Sensitive Skin Kit, the Severe to Clear Skin System, and the Sport Clear to Go System.  The kits contain things like corrective cleansers, pH balancing moisturizers, spot treatment gel, and more.

The Acnefree Clear Skin System consists of a cleanser, toner, and repair lotion.  The Acnefree Sport kit consists of a cleanser, an All Night Hydrating Treatment, and Sport Wipes that can be used any time of the day or night to keep the skin fresh and clean.  The Acnefree Severe to Clear System has a Cleansing Wash with antibacterial properties, a toner, and a repair lotion, as well as a Retinol Renewal Complex.

Active Ingredients

Acnefree ingredients vary a bit depending upon the system you need, but its main ingredient is Benzoyl Peroxide.  The ingredients in Acnefree have not been completely tested on pregnant females so pregnant women should consult with a physician before using any of the Acnefree systems.  This product is also not recommended for children under the age of twelve.

What I Like About This Product:

  • Acnefree clears skin quickly (in as little as 2 weeks time) and works on many types of acne, including chin acne, forehead acne, back acne and more.
  • The Acnefree system is very affordable (I bought it for $20) and you can buy it locally instead of ordering online.

What I Don’t Like About This Product:

  • I was so happy to see my skin clear up when using Acnefree. However after three months, this product stopped working  and pimples came back. Perhaps my skin gets immune to it.
  • When using Acnefree, you will find that your skin condition will probably worsen before it gets better; this means you will have to stick with it and continue to use the product before you see the results you really desire. If you are looking for an emergency acne solution, then Acnefree may not be the ideal solution for you.
  • Some skin reacts differently to certain types of products. Some users report they are ‘burning’ from using acnefree should probably use the product once a day instead of twice a day, and avoid using it around the sensitive area (eyes and mouth).

Verdict:

The ease of ordering Acnefree makes it a good product to try; you can purchase it locally or order it online.  This product does contain Benzoyl Peroxide so it may not prove beneficial to everyone, especially to those individuals that have skin sensitivity issues.  If you note skin reddening, you may have to use this product in intermitted cycles so you can avoid skin irritations.  If you are looking for a system that can deal with just about any skin condition, Acnefree may offer you positive results.

  2 Responses to “Acnefree Reviews”

  1. This is good to know. I have tried everything from Burts Bees but way to oily. I’ve tried every product too at whole foods almost. I do the at home facial with the Riiviva Microdermabrasion tool for my acne scarring and it’s terrific.
    Do you have any recommendations as to what avenue to take for mositurizing with out all the oily residue that happens when I use oils. Thanks

  2. hello My skin is not oily but it is mixed so I have a very light sensitivity Sensitivity is very small in my skin so I have a crust in my skin but my skin is not dry so my dad My father bought me this product from America does benefit me can i use it please tell me today .

    Lina

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