Acne is everyone’s nightmare. Acne is MY nightmare! Acne has been following me, accompanying me through my ups and downs – but mostly the downs i tell you. Acne is not curable but it is definitely controllable and preventable. In the many months that i can even remember, i have been taking supplements that are touted to be anti-acne and acne-healing with varied results.
As healthy as my diets usually are, chances are, pimples and clogged pores do find their way back to my face in a matter of days. Therefore, i have been searching high and low for something that i can take orally. Prior to this, i was on the standard bout of antibiotics but that didn’t work for me. I was almooooooooost on the verge of requesting for Accutane from my dermatologist when i received an email from the PR office representing WorkswithWater, querying if i would be interested to give their best-selling and noteworthy anti-acne supplement a go. Of course, i jumped at the chance and agreed right away!
A box of the Help:Clear Skin Men was sent to me in the next few weeks and i embarked on a 28 days trial right there and then. To help me keep track of my progress, i decided to do up a diary of sorts and record all the details and experience i had during this 28 days period.
Bear with me for this post may be a little too long than my usual ones, but the results may be worth spending that extra minutes looking through. Alright then, let’s go!
Here’s a little info about WorkswithWater:
I was given the Help:Clear Skin Men to try, and here are its information:
Not bad eh the results from their clinical studies?
I admit, when i received it, i was pretty excited and looked forward to having a clearer, brighter, acne-free complexion towards to end of my 28 days trial. But did i really achieved that? Read on to find out! 😛
Roaring view for [WorksWithWater Help:Clear Skin Men]:
|Product’s packaging||:||A small, white, sachet with an easy tear-to-open slits on the top of both sides|
|Product’s texture||:||Fine, white powder|
|Product’s scent||:||Nothing discernible!|
|Price point||:||Product was kindly sponsored by the kind folks at WorksWithWater;
Recommended retail price: £22.94 for 14 sachets / £39.95 for 28 sachets
|Try-out period||:||4 weeks, 28 days|
|Personal take||:||I really like the idea of having a target supplement for the treatment of acne and blemishes. Also, as a person who gym and workout from time to time, taking health supplements is like second nature already. Therefore, having one that not only aids in the treatment of acne, the healing of damaged cells caused by the disturbance of acne is also a wonderful added bonus.
Something to note is that inclusion of Aloe Vera extract as an ingredient. For me, the Aloe Vera extract had a mild laxative effect and i also noticed that my digestive system was a lot healthier and tummy feels a lot less bloated too.
Effectiveness of the acne treatment wise, well, i would say it works. BUT, I
|Will i recommend it?||:||YES! It’s so convenient and easy to include it as part of your daily routine. You can mix it into your coffee, tea, shakes etc.|
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