You came here to learn more about Acnezine (former Acuzine) – right? Well, you are in the right place, but before we go there I have to tell you something.
I have a problem.
See, like many other people, I discovered that proper diet and lifestyle with periodical detoxifications gets rid of acne. I was exhilarated, jumping for joy and had to tell the world about this magnificent discovery.
So I created this website.
I did get few emails from people thanking me for helping them to get clear. Yet, much to my discontent, I realized that 99% of the people visiting my site continued to have acne and, after all, I hadn’t made much of an impact on the world.
I quite quickly discovered that most people don’t have the time, willpower or whatever to follow through detoxes, diet and lifestyle changes. Those are hard things to go through. It has taken me years to get here.
So I went back to my drawing board to figure out what could help the other 99%.
That’s where Acnezine steps into the picture.
Acnezine is a natural, specifically formulated antioxidant supplement that helps your body to do lot of the same things covered in how to cure acne section. Acnezine just reduces the whole process into popping a pill.
By no means perfect, Acnezine is a vital alternative to people who can’t/won’t/don’t want to’/etc to follow through the diet and lifestyle changes required to cure acne.
Unfortunately the web is full of hype and marketing propaganda about Acnezine. That’s why I created these pages so that you can make an informed decision whether Acnezine is something you want to try or not.
I’d suggest that you start with how Acnezine works page.
It gives you a good picture of what it does for your body and how it fights acne.
Prompted by few emails I researched how Acnezine compares against Proactive and other topical acne treatments. What I found out was quite shocking. It seems that long term safety of many of the acne treatment products is unknown and many of them may actually promote acne.
Next read the downsides with Acnezine page. There are few things you should be aware of before buying. They are all covered there.
Finally, if you think it’s the right thing for you…
UPDATE: It seems like Acnezine has changed their policies. I’ve seen a lot of customer complaints coming in lately.
Instead of Acnezine, I recommend you check out Clear Skin Max. It’s a new and very promising acne treatment. They only use natural ingredients that have been scientifically proven. Click here to read my Clear Skin Max review.