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Acnetix

This is a product I read about online. It is rated #1 by dermatologists and experts, supposedly, and is all natural. I decided to go online and search forums to see what people think of this product. I've heard really mixed things about this product. Some people say it's amazing, some say this is just a scam and the company that created this product is known for scamming ("Devore" or "GD Labs"). I'm a little confused and would like a professional's opinion. Have you heard of this product or this company, and does it work?
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I don’t know for sure, but I think it may be a scam.  I was about to order some, but I wanted to look up the health risks first.  I found this site: http://blog.natural-acne-solution.com/2008/07/ and started to become skeptical.  Then I found this site: http://topacnesolutions.com/?ysmwa=gnX-AvWlKVUirc7OFPDrVVfCOPGcdumT-FPb7ix04KD2-4CQYh8ak0P8iphhhXGG and my jaw dropped.  If the person from the first site is right, all the top medications (and most of the list) are made by the SAME company.  They must have something to do with that review site.  Plus, I’ve been reading some of the ‘reviews’ on other sites and there are a few that I really don’t think are real.  I don’t know…it may help some if what they say about the ingredients is true, but I certainly wouldn’t expect a miracle drug.  Hope this helps!
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http://www.sybervision.com/reviews/Acnetix.php  These reviews seem real, and like I said...it seems to help people but is by no means a 'cure.'  I don't know if I'll buy it yet, though.  Let me know if you learn anything new!
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Hi. What are the active ingredients of this product? The most effective products target one or more of the factors which cause acne: elevated androgen levels, oily skin, bacteria and inflammation.
See your doctor for a licenced acne treatment with proven results. You may warrant a course of oral antibiotics such as Oxytetracycline and/or a topical retinoid such as Differin. Female acne patients will benefit from taking an anti-androgen or combined oral contraceptive pill and avoiding the mini-pill which can induce acne.
Eloise.
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