Acnezine side effects: Sorting Out the Symptoms


Acnezine is one of the more controversial treatments for acne. Some acne cream reviews point to possibly serious Acnezine side effects and call it a scam. Others say that it has no side effects if used properly. When trying to treat skin problems, the last thing you want is a product that will make your skin worse. I will discuss both sides of the issue to help you sort it out.

Acnezine is a skin care system with a topical solution and a nutritional supplement. The topical solution makes use of benzoyl peroxide, a common acne treatment. Benzoyl peroxide removes dead skin so that it doesn’t clog your pores. It is considered to be safe. BUT if too much is used, or if used on skin that is damaged, it can cause skin irritation, blistering, and peeling. When using products with benzoyl peroxide, it is extremely important to follow the directions carefully. Do not use it on sunburned, wind burned, or chapped skin. If following these guidelines and you experience any discomfort, discontinue use.

Common side effects for benzoyl peroxide include irritations such as dry skin, minor stinging, flushing, and warmth. More severe reactions include burning, blisters, itching, peeling, and mild inflammation of the skin, as well as a rash.

Acnezine’s nutritional supplement contains aloe vera, collagen, hyaluronic, and coenzyme Q10, which boost the immune system. Just like the benzoyl peroxide, these should be fine if used as recommended. They can, however, each cause stomach upset, heart burn, and diarrhea if you have a sensitive system. Some users report tiredness, inattentiveness, and mild headaches. It is theorized that these symptoms are from the toxins leaving your system and that they will go away once the toxins are gone (which will be faster or less severe in people with less toxins, and longer or more severe for those whose bodies are more toxic).

The coenzyme Q10 in the supplement can also cause some more severe reactions. It can lower blood pressure, leading to feeling dizzy or lightheaded and possibly fainting. Although rare, people can have an allergic reaction, which may cause rashes, hives, itching, inflammation, difficulty breathing or wheezing, and problems swallowing.

While you should be able to trust products passed by the FDA, it is important to note that everyone’s physiology is different. You and your friends could use Acnezine and each have different reactions.

Even with all the side effects and reactions that I listed, I could not find any evidence that Acnezine was more dangerous than other acne treatments. Just be sure to follow the directions carefully.

As with any other medicine or medicated product, you should use caution when beginning usage. If worried about skin damage, you can start off using less of the topical solution and building up to the directed amount. This may seem contradictory after telling you to follow the directions, but the main dangers lie in using too much of the products.So, despite some of the more vehemently negative acne cream reviews about Acnezine side effects, as long as you use the system correctly, are not allergic to any of the ingredients, and don’t have a sensitive system you should be fine.


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