Editor’s RatingEffectivenessInformation100% NaturalGuarantee1 YearNo side EffectsPrice$59,95 for 6-Piece Kit
We take pains to emphasize over and over on this site that the claims of manufacturer’s about the effectiveness of their products are virtually worthless and the supposed clinical studies performed to back these claims up are of little more value, if any. What is of value when it comes to acne treatments, or any other treatment for that matter, are the real results experienced by the actual users of that treatment. The purpose of this page is therefore for the real users of the Exposed Acne Treatment – Expanded Kit, to post short reviews of their experience with this treatment. if you have used the Exposed Acne Treatment – Expanded Kit, we would love to hear from you whether you had a good experience or bad. Kindly scroll down below to post your review.
The Exposed Acne Treatment – Expanded Kit is a 6-component topical acne treatment system comprising of a Facial Cleanser, Clearing Tonic, Acne Treatment Serum, Clear Pore Serum, Derm-X Cloth and Moisture Complex. while the 6-piece kit is probably the most popular, there is also a 9-piece ‘ultimate’ kit comprising of everything in the expanded kit plus a Microderm Scrub, Clarifying Mask and Probiotic Complex (oral supplement). having to use 9 different products in one’s acne regime seems a bit excessive to some, and rightly so.
The primary active ingredients in these formulas are, collectively, salicylic acid and benzoyl peroxide, so nothing ground-breaking there, the same ingredients commonly found in topical acne treatments.
So, quite a vast line up of products in the Exposed Acne system, but do they work? As with all reviews on this resource, we seek to answer this question by drawing as much as possible from the experiences of people who have actually used the particular treatment. when performing this resource, we take great pains to ensure that, to the greatest extent possible, any information we ultimately publish regarding user feedback is legit and unbiased. while we cannot always ensure to a 100% certainty that reviews and testimonies we read are legitimate, there are various checks we like to perform to get as close to being sure as possible.
One of the resources we like to use when reviewing acne treatments is Amazon.com, as this site has a review facility whereby the purchasers of a product can go and post their reviews on the site, which then go public and are available for all internet users to peruse. this functionality is very useful for prospective buyers when they are performing research on products, but at the same time it is unfortunately a system which is abused on occasion, usually at the behest of the product’s own manufacturers.
In this regard, we regret that the Exposed Acne Treatment raises a lot of red flags. As of the date of publication of this review, there are currently 174 supposed ‘actual user’ reviews of the Exposed Acne Expanded Kit on Amazon.com. however, of all 174 of these reviews we were able to determine only in the region of 3 or 4 reviews to have been published by verified Amazon purchasers. this is a red flag, as usually (although not always) manufacturers will hire people to go and post fake reviews to increase hype for their product. while we cannot confirm this is what has happened in this case, it certainly is suspicious and for this reason we will not consider these Amazon reviews to be legitimate. And because we could not find any other reviews of this treatment other than those found on affiliate sites, we can not give this product our recommendation at this stage. we therefore encourage our readers to wait for more real users to post reviews on this page before they invest in this treatment, even though this product does have a very generous 1-year satisfaction guarantee.
Who is it for?
Men and women of all ages suffering from mild to moderate acne.
How Long To see Results?
Unknown at this time.
Main active ingredients include salicylic acid and benzoyl peroxide. Click here for a full list of ingredients for each product in the kit.
The ingredients used in the Exposed system are powerful manmade drugs and some users can expect to get tingling sensations during early use. Other side effects may include ‘purging’ (outbreaks during early use). of course those people who are allergic to salicylic acid and benzoyl peroxide should steer clear of this treatment.
Directions for Use
Please refer to packaging.
$59,95 for the Expanded 6-Piece Kit. $94,95 for the 9-Piece Kit.
- Generous 1-year guarantee
- Using so many products in your acne regime can be tedious
- Abusive marketing techniques suspected (false reviews on Amazon.com)
Despite its generous 1-year guarantee, we feel that acne sufferers would be better off trying other topical treatments reviewed on this site, ones which also have a guarantee and are backed by solid real user reviews. the reviews we were able to find for this product on Amazon.com are hugely suspect for reasons explained above.
Exposed Acne Treatment Reviews2.252012-05-20 16:51:00Actual User Reviews of Exposed Acne Treatment From an Independent Resource That Does not Accept Commissions for Selling Products.
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