BPGP: Eradikate Acne Treatment
Mar 13, 2012
Today, I found myself in the rather awkward position of recommending a product that I have never tried and cannot use. You see, every dermatologist that I have ever been to has recommended sulfur-based acne treatments to cure my problem skin. The trouble is, I have an allergy to sulfur, an epi pen and hospital visits kind of allergy. But that hasn’t stopped me from recommending a sulfur-based product to nearly every acne sufferer I know.
The product is a drying potion. You apply it before bed, using a Q-tip, to any forming or formed blemishes. and you wake up the next morning with clearer skin. Just be aware that you will be covered in spots like Mad Madam Mim attacked by a swarm of mosquitoes, at least until your skin starts to clear up.
As I mentioned, I’ve been recommending this product to friends. Last week, a friend and I went to Sephora, and I practically shoved a bottle into her hand. On Sunday, she emailed me the following message: “Eradikate = Awesomeness.” That’s it, that’s all the email said.
You know a product is good when someone writes you an email first thing Sunday morning just to tell you that it’s awesome.
If you suffer from moderate to severe acne, especially cystic acne, you should give this product a try. One word of caution, however, if you experience any swelling or itching, especially around the eyes, stop using the product immediately. You may have an allergy. Just like, poor, jealous me. Bah humbug.