9 of 18 people found the following review helpful
Hugely sceptical about this product,
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This review is from: Clearzine (2 Bottles) - The Top Rated Acne Treatment Pill. Eliminates Acne, Blackheads, Redness, Blotchiness and Zits - 60 capsules each (Personal Care)
My daughter suffers from bad facial acne (just as I did when I was younger) and I'm doing all I can to help her. Impressed by the reviews for these Clearzine tablets, I ordered two bottles for her and she began taking them on a daily basis.
One thing that caught my attention on opening the package, was the note that dropped out offering two free bottles of the product for 'sharing your experience with us'. This process had to be started by sending a message through the 'Contact Seller' link from the Amazon account. I didn't send this message as I refused to be swayed by the offer of two free bottles until I'd been able to properly assess the product, so I can't comment on what is received back, though the whole thing starts to ring alarm bells considering the number of highly positive reviews for this product on Amazon.
This is clearly not a cheap product, but I'm willing to try anything for my daughter if it offers her some relief, so we agreed to review things month by month. All I can say is that she's now stopped taking them and felt that if anything, they were aggravating the condition.
If this product has made a real difference to people's acne as stated in many of the reviews, then I'm genuinely pleased. It may just be the case that things that work for some people don't work for others. My view of Clearzine may have been clouded by the 'Two free bottles' offer (given the price of the product, that's actually quite a lot to give away, unless as I mentioned earlier, it's this that's contributing to so many positive reviews), but it absolutely didn't work for my daughter.
If you're happy to part with your money, I sincerely hope it works for you.
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Initial post: 28 Apr 2014 19:30:12 BDT
I appreciate where you're coming from, but if this product didn't work, surely even two bottles of new stuff wouldn't garner great reviews on skin - most acne sufferers wouldn't lie, surely?
In reply to an earlier post on 26 May 2014 02:19:44 BDT
Previous reviewer posted about how they contact you saying they will give you a free bottle if you leave a positive review. So most are simply lies.
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