Considering Clean and Clear as a Backup

While our appointment to the dermatologist was beneficial, I couldn’t break myself of the habit of continuing to do my own acne research. As soon as I got the chance, I started looking up the next product in the event that the dermatologist decides that we should stop using the Proactiv. I am confident that the doctor has a plan beyond our next appoint but researching the next step on my own is my way of having a little insurance policy just in case.

I dug out some of the old information I had looked at back in the summer. When we realized that the Neutrogena wasn’t cutting it, we were at a crossroads between Proactiv and Clean and Clear. Both products looked promising so we went with the Proactiv hoping for the best and here we are six months later back at the drawing board.

The doctor seems to be right on point with her assessment and her plan to rid my daughter of her acne. I fully intend to follow her instructions and to ensure that my daughter does her acne homework as directed by her new doctor. I also wanted to have a back up plan in place for my own piece of mind.

Here is the list of the benefits of Clean and Clear Advantage Product:

  • It has positive user reviews; some claim that it is more effective than Proactiv.
  • The reviews indicate a good track record for success, claiming some users saw results in as little as a few days.
  • There are clinical studies on the effectiveness of the product.
  • It claims to have a simple 3-step application process, much like Proactive.
  • The entire kit for under $20.00 is said to last a month and it can be purchased over the counter without a prescription.
  • There are a variety of choices for various types of skin.
  • It can be used with sunscreen.

I do plan to bring the information about Clean and Clear to the next appointment to talk to the doctor about it. In the event that she does not have a next step I will be armed with one.

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