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Acne Free Clear Skin Treatments

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University MedicalAcne Free Clear Skin Treatments
 
3.8

(based on 53 reviews)

79%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to use (43)
  • Effective (39)
  • Minimizes pores (15)
  • Soothing (13)
  • Hydrates skin (8)

Cons

  • Dries out skin (17)
  • Bleaches fabric (9)
  • Irritates skin (7)
  • Doesn't work (6)

Best Uses

  • Adult acne (29)
  • Moderate acne (28)
  • Blackheads & whiteheads (19)
  • Teen acne (13)
  • Inflammatory acne (9)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Budget shopper (37), Brand buyer (12)

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(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Best acne control wash I've found!

By Product junkie

from Amarillo, TX

About Me Brand Buyer

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Soothing
  • Works Effectively

Cons

  • Bleaches Fabric

Best Uses

  • Adult Acne
  • Moderate Acne

Comments about University Medical Acne Free Clear Skin Treatments:

I use morning and night, if I happen to miss one, I am back to having break outs. This is my liquid gold! Clear skin is a must! Without acne free, I'd be an ostrich with my head in the ground. Only down fall would be that it bleaches my pillow cases.

 
3.0

It's alright...

By Jewels

from USA

About Me Budget Buyer

Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Worked At Times

Cons

  • Dries Out Skin
  • Ineffective
  • Irritates Skin

Best Uses

  • Moderate Acne
  • Teen Acne

Comments about University Medical Acne Free Clear Skin Treatments:

When I first started using this kit, my skin dried out to the point where it was flaky and you could see it through my makeup. I had to use another moisturizer on top of the one given so my skin wouldn't dry out. After a few weeks it did begin to work and my skin was clearing up but it didn't last long before my skin began to break out once again. When it was working, it worked great. But overall, it was a time consuming product that wasn't really worth it.

 
4.0

Works pretty well

By Shannon628

from Phoenix, AZ

About Me Budget Buyer

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy To Use

Cons

  • Dries Out Skin

Best Uses

  • Adult Acne
  • Moderate Acne

Comments about University Medical Acne Free Clear Skin Treatments:

My cousin recommended this product. She said she hasn't had a breakout since using it. I suffer from Adult acne so I bought the system and noticed my breakouts lessened but I still had a few pimples. Most likely hormonal but thought the system did a fairly good job of eliminating most if not all of my adult acne.

 
4.0

My kids like using this product.

By Tootie

from Little Rock, Ar

About Me Budget Buyer

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Soothing

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Teen Acne

    Comments about University Medical Acne Free Clear Skin Treatments:

    This product is easy to use. It's very light. I would tell someone else to use it. It is also a good price.

    (0 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Love it

    By joice

    from Fort Washington, MD

    About Me Budget Buyer

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Balances Skin
    • Gentle
    • Improves Skin Texture
    • Leaves Clean Feel
    • Moisturizing
    • Not Greasy
    • Smells Great

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Acne-Prone Skin
      • All Skin Types
      • Combination Skin
      • Daily Use
      • Dry Skin
      • Oily Skin
      • Sensitive Skin

      Comments about University Medical Acne Free Clear Skin Treatments:

      During noon and night time.

      (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Works Very Well

      By Sammi

      from CA

      Comments about University Medical Acne Free Clear Skin Treatments:

      To start, i have oily skin right now and have horrible acne right now. I used Proactiv in high school to keep my skin clear. I never had bad acne, just the occasional breakout, which Proactiv cleared easily. I feel Proactiv is too expensive to keep buying so I stopped. Just within this past year my skin broke out in horrible cystic acne which became so bad it hurt to touch my face or wash my face. I bought this product because it was cheap and I heard a lot about it on tv and youtube. On a scale of 1-10 my acne was about an 8. I've been using this product for about a week now and my acne is about a 6. I'm very happy with the results. It's not a miracle product, don't get me wrong, but it sure has cleared up a lot of my acne from deep inside my pores, my face doesn't hurt to touch, and my skin just looks so much better. I recommend this product, along with a clay mask ( I use the freeman chocolate and strawberry clay mask which I bought at the same time as the AcneFree product and have been using for the same amount of time. It works amazing and smells amazing!! ) I hope this helped someone!

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Better than ProActive

      By JMS

      from Whitewater, WI

      About Me Budget Buyer

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Works Effectively

      Cons

      • Bleaches Fabric
      • Dries Out Skin

      Best Uses

      • Adult Acne
      • Moderate Acne

      Comments about University Medical Acne Free Clear Skin Treatments:

      Acne Free and Clear is the only product I've found that works this well for this price. The claims on the box are true. My skin tends to dry out so I only use the product once per day but get great results. One of the warnings on the box is that the creams might bleech fabric; they do so I apply in the morning to avoid discoloration on my pillow cases. I also have a designated white towel to dry my face after step one and to wipe my hands.

      (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Remove the Alcohol in the Renewing Toner

      By FYI

      from New York, NY

      About Me Budget Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Minimizes Pores
      • Works Effectively

      Cons

      • Bleaches Fabric
      • Dries Out Skin

      Best Uses

      • Adult Acne
      • Moderate Acne

      Comments about University Medical Acne Free Clear Skin Treatments:

      RE Contact University Medical to remove the alcohol from the rening Toner

      I'm a huge advocate of the Proactiv Original System. The skincare has always left my skin blemish free for as long as I've used it. Given my experience with skincare, benzoyl peroxide in a low dosage is the only product which seems to work for me long-term.
      The Proactiv "gentle", salicylic acid based system proved ineffective for my skin. I should note that with the Original system, I have found it necessary to apply a hydrating cream such as Cetaphil moisturizing cream after cleansing and prior to application of toner in order to offset the potentially dehydrating effects of the toner. I'd found that when I had applied the toner to dry skin right after cleansing, my skin would wind up dehydrated. This is the case even if I only use the system once per day in the evening. If I apply the system 2x day I have found that my skin gets especially dehydrated and flaky where makeup application would become a problem.
      As the years passed, I started to get interested in trying out skincare with anti-aging benefits. I'd always have the concern in the back of my mind that the products could contribute to breakouts or not keep my skin clear, but I've tried nevertheless.
      Derm Exclusive seemed to be neutral. I didn't notice any unusual or timely breakouts from use of the product line, but Kardashian's Perfect Skin cleanser always seemed to cause pimples on my skin anytime I've used it. I'm contributing it to their cleanser, although I suppose it could be the toner as well as this product was used some of the time when the cleanser had been used, but breakouts occurred even when their toner was not used.
      I ran out of Proactiv and had run out of the Derm Exclusive cleanser so I had decided to try the Perfect Skin cleanser again, but much to my dismay, instant pimples the follwoing morning!! Ugh. I therefore decided to purchase both University Medical Original Acne-Free System and the Sensitive Skin as an immediate measure since these are available at local pharmacies. I am considering applying the Original in the evening and the Sensitive formula during the AM, but I'm very much concerned about the amount of ALCOHOL that's in the Renewing Toner of the Original System. Alcohol is listed twice and is known to strip the skin of it's natural lipids and pH balance. When you strip the skin you can cause the skin to fall out of balance where it overproduces oil to compensate for stripping it's natural lipids. This can lead to more breakouts once you moisturize in order to offset the dryness and dehydration. Alcohol also dries the skin and emphasizes fine lines. I'm also concerned that stripping the skin with alcohol would not only lead to dehydration, flaking and possible emphasis of fine lines since hydration and propr balance is especially key to mature skin. My skin is not oily by any means, it tends to be combination or sensitive/acne-prone in that the wrong ingredients (mineral oil, lanolin, excess oils, inferior ingredients) will make me break out, cause redness, chapping, dehydration and flaking.
      I've noticed that Proactiv uses glycolic acid in it's toner. Their toner was excellent for my skin. It would make it appear more clear, bright and even-toned. Some even consider glycolic acid an anti-aging ingredient, because it brightens dull skin and aids in gentle exfoliation while keeping the pores free of debris. The choice of alcohol as a replacement for the glycolic acid would explain the price differential as alcohol is a cheap ingredient, but it's also an inferior ingredient. I'm going into these details hoping that one of the representatives of University Medical will read this review and consider forwarding the comment to their Research & Development (R&D) Dept. and consider an alcohol-free reformulation of the toner in the Original 3 pc. System
      If you are experiencing dehydration, dryness, tightness, or flakiness of the skin, please consider sending University Medical Customer Service an email via their website explaining your side effects and expressing a desire in an alcohol-free based toner which has an well-received and regarded acid as an ingredient to replace it. Acids such as salicylic, glycolic, AHA, fruit acids, etc.. have all been shown to help to clear pores, increase cell turnover and exfoliation, and have anti-aging benefits. Alcohol is a cheap ingredient known to strip and dehyudrate the skin.
      I will keep you posted on whether the University Medical products are effective as they've just been purchased. I will provide benefit of the doubt for now and provide a 3-4 star rating pending followup. I will keep you posted on whether the University Medical products are effective as they've just been purchased. I will provide benefit of the doubt for now and provide a 3-4 star rating pending followup.
      I'd appreciate any feedback you may have regarding using the kits on adult skin that doesn't have bad breakouts, because the skin is managed in a way to keep it clear. The morning following application of Perfect Skin cleanser, my skin had tiny pimples on the cheeks and a hive type of blemish on my chin. Use of Proactiv original system (low dosages of benzoyl peroxide) seems to keep my skin clear. I'm hoping that University Medical will do the same, but I'll have to consider how to properly offset the alcohol in the Renewing Toner. I'm awaiting a reply from the UM CS dept. as I'd emailed them via their website.

       
      2.0

      Drys out skin

      By Kmartz523

      from Lansing, MI

      About Me Budget Buyer

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy To Use

      Cons

      • Dries Out Skin
      • Ineffective

      Best Uses

        Comments about University Medical Acne Free Clear Skin Treatments:

        I bought a promo kit that came with the lotion, toner, cleanser and an electric brush. I like the brush but the cleanser and toner dried my skin out and the lotion did absolutely nothing for hydrating my skin.

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Best price I have found for this product

        By Gail

        from Portland, Or

        About Me Budget Buyer

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Easy To Use
        • Minimizes Pores
        • Smells Great
        • Works Effectively

        Cons

        • Dries Out Skin

        Best Uses

        • Adult Acne
        • Blackheads & Whiteheads
        • Inflammatory Acne
        • Moderate Acne

        Comments about University Medical Acne Free Clear Skin Treatments:

        I have purchased this product in various places. So far Ulta has the best price for this. This product has also been one of the few that has helped me with my acne.

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