iHerb Customer Reviews
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better than ProActive
Posted by Reviewer2431742 on Jan 29, 2012
it does not over dry my skin - and I really appreciate it. Hoping it just will take a little more time for it to fully work. So far, I still have a problem with my skin, though.
Posted by Reviewer2545542 on Aug 14, 2012
nice to apply under your makeup. Helps dry your spots.
Posted by Reviewer2707259 on Jul 12, 2013
Quite good cream. But helps not at once, and after 3,4 times. It is convenient that color as skin color.
A substitute to creams containing aha // Un substitut aux crèmes contenant des AHA
Posted by carnetfeminin on Dec 20, 2012
This product is incredible ! I don't bear acne products which contain AHA so I adore this one. It allows to make decrease pimples in one night and eliminates totaly them in a few days. I don't put it everyday beacause it dries out a little the skin. This zinc cream is great for sensitive and intolerant skins with acne. // Ce soin est incroyable ! Je ne supporte pas les produits anti-acné contenant des AHA c'est pour cela que j'adore celui-ci. Il permet de faire diminuer mes boutons en une nuit et les élimine totalement en quelques jours. Je ne l'utilise pas quotidiennement car il dessèche un peu la peau. Cette crème au zinc est idéale pour les peaux acnéiques sensibles et intolérantes.
Nice and cheap
Posted by Reviewer2689177 on Jul 06, 2013
Too early to tell if it is effective
good result but dry off
Posted by Reviewer3123468 on Jan 23, 2014
great result for pimple and acne. Love it but not stop new acne that coming out.
seems to work ok
Posted by Reviewer1052411 on Apr 14, 2011
Can't say it's a miracle cure for zits, but I do like the tinting effect, even though I am very fair. If I apply it lightly it does conceal a zit. However heavier applications are only for nighttime. On fair skin it looks like dirt..oh well. I have used it in combination with Burt's Bees Acne liquid and the two together do dry up stubborn zits. Of the two, for general use I like the Burt's Bees better.