Oxycerin Acne Treatment Review
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Oxycerin is a natural acne treatment that’s effective against blackheads and mild to moderate whiteheads. It’s a topical serum containing 5% tea tree oil, sulfur, organic aloe vera, purified water and other natural ingredients. While the tea tree oil and sulfur fight acne, the aloe vera and water hydrate your skin. Oxycerin is just as effective as benzoyl peroxide but sidesteps the itchy dryness associated with that acne medication.

What’s the complete ingredient list?

The Oxycerin serum contains tea tree oil, purified water, organic aloe vera, MSM (sulfur), white willow bark (a natural form of salicylic acid), hyaluronic acid, lavender, burdock, peppermint oil and green tea. The properties of each ingredient are described in detail at the Oxycerin website. Basically, they work together to slough away dead skin cells, dissolve oil and bacteria, promote skin renewal and tighten pores.

What does it cost?

One bottle of Oxycerin sells for about $40 plus a $4.95 for the cheapest shipping option. Presumably one bottle provides a one-month supply. If you end up liking it, you can buy in bulk and get better deals.

Is there a guarantee?

Yes, customers get a 90-day guarantee. You can return the bottle for a refund of the product price. You’ll still be responsible for the shipping expenses back and forth.

Would you recommend this product?

It’s worth giving tea tree oil a try if benzoyl peroxide is too harsh for your skin. You can try Oxycerin or find another tea tree oil product – possibly something more affordable — at the drugstore.

Is Oxycerin a scam?

As written above, the Oxycerin acne treatment is effective. That doesn’t make the company completely transparent. The force behind Oxycerin seems to be the same one behind Acneticin and several other acne treatments that are marketed heavily online.

Although online customer testimonials don’t appear to be genuine, the ingredients in the Oxycerin serum speak for themselves. This natural blend of exfoliants, anti-bacterial agents and moisturizers is a good option for teens with mild to moderate acne, pregnant women and for people with dry or sensitive skin. You might have trouble with returns, so consider buying this product a small gamble.

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