Exposed Acne Treatment Review
Exposed Acne Treatment claims to “treat all 4 known causes of acne.”
It provides the option of a 5 or 6 piece kit, and its main ingredients include salicylic acid and benzoyl peroxide.
And unlike some other companies, they give you the choice of participating in an auto-ship program or simply ordering the product as you need it.
Will it work? We need to look at the ingredients to find out.
About Exposed Acne Treatment
Step 1: Cleanser The cleanser removes dirt and excess oil from your skin while leaving your skin’s natural lipid layer intact. The Exposed facial cleanser also clears dead skin cells that clog pores, allowing an acne-killing additive to penetrate deep into pores and killing acne-causing bacteria.
Step 2: Clearing Tonic This step of the Exposed Acne Treatment process is a combination of both natural and scientifically manufactured additives that help open blocked pores and eliminate dead skin cells. It helps remove both black and white heads. These ingredients soothe and heal the skin, preparing it for the treatment serum.
Step 3: Treatment Serum The Exposed serum is a special formula of Micro-Benzoyl Peroxide that kills acne-causing bacteria and helps reduce the excess sebum. This special formula has been shown to be as effective as higher concentrations of Benzoyl Peroxide which also dry out the skin. The Exposed treatment serum contains natural additives that heal irritated skin.
Unfortunately for Exposed, they do not provide a full ingredients list, and just about every product uses their main ingredients. And though effective, benzoyl peroxide has often been known to dry out the skin and cause irritation. They recommend that customers keep using their product, even when their skin is clear. This may be because benzoyl peroxide, while it clears the skin, also causes it to break out excessively if the treatment stops at any time. Overall, we would not recommend this product.