Best Acne Review: Retin-A

Reading a Retin-A Review

In case you didn’t read my last post, I found the best acne reviews website. I’m sick of relying on advertising to help me find the best acne treatment, so I’m reading actual acne product reviews to see which ones score best.

Right now, I’m just finishing reading a Retin-A review. I had actually heard some good things about this prescription product, and I was considering seeing if I could get some. Thankfully, I read this review before going to the doctor to get a costly prescription.

Where should I start? First off, the Retin-A side effects are enough to scare me away from trying this product. Now, I know all medications have side effects, but after the skin irritation I got from Clearasil, I have to be extra careful. The potential side effects from Retin-A include burning, dry skin, itching, peeling, redness, change of color, and blistering. I don’t care if these side effects are supposedly rare; I’m not going to risk that embarrassment again.

The other thing that turned me off from trying Retin-A is the application method. See, you can only apply it to a clean, dry face. They recommend washing and drying your face, waiting about 20 minutes, and then applying the product. That just sounds like too much waiting around and too much trouble.

Anyway, I definitely plan on reading through some more acne treatment reviews before I go to bed tonight. This website is seriously a treasure trove for me. Without these reviews, I’d just be out there blindly trying treatment after treatment, wasting my parents’ money. Now, I’ll be able to make an informed decision based on solid evidence before asking my parents to buy an acne treatment for me.

I’ll definitely keep you all up to date on which product I end up choosing. I know it’s just a matter of time before I find the best acne treatment for my needs!

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