The TV ads for this product are so convincing that I finally decided to try it.Â I went to their website and chose the $19.95 trial set, not realizing that I was in fact signing up for their “Clear Skin Club.”Â (What a joke, but more on that later.)Â
I was so hopeful when I started using this product; I can only imagine what people withÂ real acne feel like when they order this stuff.Â (My complexion isn’t really that bad, and I know how much suffering there is for those with acne).Â After a week of using the “renewing cleanser, “revitalizing toner”, and “repairing lotion,” I had the biggest zit on my cheek that I have ever had in my life.Â It was HUGE, it took about two weeks to go away, and it never really did go away, because now I’m left with a dark scar where that zit used to be.Â
Needless to say I was shocked to receive another box of Proactiv products in the mail.Â Â Wondering if against all oddsÂ it might be a free gift, I opened the attached envelope to discover an invoice for $49.41 with the cloying message, “Congratulations!Â You are now on your way to the clear and healthy skin you’ve always wanted.”Â I called the company whoÂ promptly removed me from their membership, but I had to pay the shipping to send the product back–$14.95!
I don’t know if anyoneÂ has honestly had success with this product or if the testimonials they have in their ads are pure BS.Â I can only say that I was severly disappointed with this product and am still looking forÂ my way to “clear and healthy skin.”