ProActive MD Review
Is there a cure for acne?
PROACTIVE MD starter kit, satisfaction guaranteed.
This Proactive MD blog review is not meant to provide medical advice. There are countless products for skin care. Price can range from dollar store variety to extravagantly expensive for top notch brands.
ProActive MD is somewhere in the middle as far as cost. It was about a 3 out of 10 in terms of function for me. It was shipped to my door with facial masks as a free gift! Wow it did feel soothing, but looked goofy, so I photoshopped to make it look as goofy as I felt wearing it.
My daughter and I tried the ProActive MD products and regimen at the same time (New Year’s 2019).
So far, we both have had mild itch and burning surrounding the acne, and she has had dryness despite the moisturizer.
There are several steps to be aware of, but simple to follow. The Adopoline is a gel-like ectoplasm type substance, and the sun screen my 4 year old likes to call “sun scream”. The moisturizer is soothing to the skin and has a pleasant smell. The facial wash is a scrub with a gritty texture, that was not my favorite, but a small trade off if the acne resolved.
Chlor Acne is a type of acne caused by Agent Orange from the Vietnam war. The damage from the chemical defoliant destroys genes. This kind of acne is not usual because it is more likely to cause various skin cancers.
Agent Orange has been linked to other kinds of cancer, such as Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and B Cell Hairy Leukemia, which can futher damage skin or make healing difficult. Veterans, families, neigbors of Monsanto spills and generations to come may have inherited genetic form of Chlor Acne that is relentless to many forms of treatment. Oral antibiotic courses and isotrinitoin are therapies used, still the effects of Agent Orange can be present on the skin decades after exposure.
ProActive MD has a great guarantee which offers money back any time if customers are not satisfied. The product does not work for everyone. And, it is just like any other cream in the respect that if it is not applied it will not work at all. As mentioned regarding Chlor Acne, any treatment results can vary depending upon the cause of ance for each individual.
Another example of Acne types for women appears in the shape of a face mask is a potential sign of hormonal imbalance. I had the unfortunate experience of trying out a medication called spironolactone. It actually is a potassium-sparing diuretic that can assist in getting hormones into balance. If you aren’t careful, you can get too much potassium in your blood. That is not good for the heart.
Acne can also be mistaken for strep or staph infections, and vice versa. It is important to get the proper diagnosis and follow-up.
I would recommend asking your doctor about pursuing the trial period of Proactive MD. The satisfaction guarantee is a perfect insurance, if the product is not at your expectations or doesn’t work for you. There is a follow-up guide via email which also checks your weekly progress.
I hope you found this information both helpful and humorous.
Please send comments, and let me know what works for you.
Thank you for reading and sharing, with a cringe after the face mask pictures.?
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