Price: Amazon.com: $45.00 for a full pack. MaxClarity.com: $19.99 + tax every 60 days (continuity program). Includes: Deep Cleanser, Advanced Acne Treatment, Rejuvenating Toner, FREE One Month Supply, FREE Shipping, FREE Foaming Wash
I dated a girl once who had the occasional breakouts with acne. The bathroom sink cabinets were chaulk-filled with prescriptions, treatments...Proactive, Oxy...
I'd bet a pretty penny that if we were to look under her sink today we'd find MaxClarity Acne Foam.
Claims: According to their website, what separates MaxClarity from other acne treatments lies in the foam. Salicylic Acid and Benzoyl Peroxide - two proven ingredients in the fight against acne, have been "micronized" in the foam in order to penetrate into the pours of the skin and be absorbed quicker. When the two are utilized in MaxClarity's three-step process:
- Deep Cleanser
- Advanced Acne Treatment
- Rejuvenating Toner
The results speak for themselves...if you'd ask them.
The Complaints so far have been typical - customer service issue , "I didn't know I was paying for this..." There was one complaint out there that said the company had a BBB rating of an F . We went and checked and found, at this time, that MaxClarity's parent company, Steifel Laboratories, has no rating . They're not with the BBB. It could mean they dropped out, but it could also mean the review - which was recommending another product - stretched the truth. We don't know. We won't speculate further.
This isn't a complaint so much as a warning, but as the bottle warns, MaxClarity will bleach towels and clothes so be careful when using colored clothing and linens. The same review also had one that was made because their face was getting irritated after a couple months. Once again, we're not speculating because there are way too many factors to consider. But for those who get dry, irritated skin: make sure you don't overuse the product (unprofessional opinion).
And, yes, you will find positive reviews for the product. Quite a few of them, in fact.
You can find the product at MaxClarity.com, but take caution: it's a continuity program. What does that mean? It means you'll be paying $20 every couple months for the new supply. The site does claim a 60-day money-back guarantee, but if you want to play safe, check out Amazon's offering of MaxClarity .
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