Asnelson5 - 2019-08-17 17:32:51
I finally decided after 1 week of reading reviews, doing some out of the App Store research, and convincing myself that if I don’t give it a try, I’ll never really know. I followed the simple steps. A few straight forward questions that were easy to answer and a picture to analyze my skin. I am a 37 years old female and have never suffered from any skin issues until about 1 year ago. At first I thought because I was getting older and female it was all hormonal. I drink plenty of water everyday and eat healthy for the most part. Average exercise and well within my body weight for my height. I use dermatologist tested and recommended spf everyday. The makeup I wear is by a company that takes pride in the ingredients that are used, and wash my face ever night before bed if I showered in the morning. I use a gentle face wash ever morning, exfoliate 1-2 times a week, I change my pillow cases and sheets every week. And have even gone as far as making sure my pillow cases are a completely different color than my significant others so he doesn’t touch them or use them by accident. But my skin has continued to get worse every month. And now I am so insecure and avoid some fun things I love to do because I am living in embarrassment. So I am willing to do just about anything at this point, because I have had multiple regimens that I consistently followed to a T for 2-3 months each time and have not helped. Sooo my major problem so far is I just purchased the first kit, the money has already been deducted from my account and I do not have access to the app until my kit arrives. It’s frustrating because I want to read more about what’s to come, and stay excited until my treatment plan arrives. I would love to see FAQ, other testimonials, get familiar with the app and navigate through the app to keep me anticipated for my first box. I hope the company can allow immediate access to users who also want to read their profile and stay excited while waiting for the kit to arrive. I am staying positive about my treatment and look forward to receiving my package so i can access the app soon.
VIKI.O - 2019-08-11 05:43:34
It really does work but with patience
I initially just found about the app on Pinterest and I thought that it wouldn’t hurt to give a try since I already have acne like it would add to it if it doesn’t work and it would clear my skin if it didn’t and besides it was only nine dollars. MDacne has been the best thing I have spent nine dollars, just in the first week my skin improved so much and I was initially scared that I would break or purge but none of that happened, it truly cleared my skin and right I’m on Day 19 and my skin isn’t completely cleared yet or flawless but my acne is gone just a few acne scars and bumps are left. I wrote this whole paragraph for someone like me who is scared of trying out, thinking it might make their skin situation worse, just try it, I mean it’s only nine dollars and if it doesn’t work you can cancel or write a bad review or something but if it does you just spent nine dollars to get clear skin, it’s gonna be a win win for you anyway so just try it out
AyaniELF - 2019-08-13 12:21:04
Fluctuated too much
Prior to this I had regularly used tea tree for which my skin looked the best. But because I wanted to try something that was more of a “kit” version (aka face wash AND duo moisturizer/treatment), I gave it a try. Fast forward almost 4 months and my skin actually looks worse and breaks out in cystic acne that is hardened/thickened skin and takes weeks to heal as well as breakouts around my chin which are issues I never had before. I was given another cream and rotated between the two. Still no help. I changed my diet, opted for more veggies and water and no junk food. I switched from one shower a day to two because of how much I sweat. No change. I honest to god used them as directed and at one point I saw promise. But over time my skin was not happy. I’m happy I gave it a chance, but I’m 100% going back to tea tree oil.