Should You Try Exposed Skin Care? Is It Worth the Price?
Exposed Skin Care – Quality Product or a WASTE OF MONEY?
At this point, most of us have read many of the Exposed skin care reviews. In fact, they were part of the reason why I decided to buy and try the product line — well, that and the fact that I suffer from a fairly significant acne problem.
It started in my first few years of high school and has plagued me for years. I hate Mask production Line Price taking pictures, meeting guys is a nerve wracking experience and makeup just doesn’t do enough.
So like most of you, I’ve tried most of the acne products out there. Most recently I tried the Exposed skin care line. And now I know what most of you are wondering: exactly what Exposed skin care is like and whether or not it lives up to its claims of being one of the best acne products out there today.
For those of you who aren’t familiar with Exposed skin care, it’s a line that has been around for a little over a year. It comes with 9 of what they claim are the best acne products, period.
In fact, Exposed promises to clear your skin in 30 days as part of their one-year money-back guarantee.
The trouble is, we’ve all heard these promises from “best acne products” before. And often those products don’t work very well. Or, they work for a while and then stop. These false promises really shake your faith in acne products in general.
But that’s not what I found with Exposed. In fact, most of the positive Exposed reviews are true. I tried the Ultimate 90-day skin-care kit. I’ve now been using Exposed for well over 90 days, people comment on how clear my skin is now and I’ve already ordered my second 9-piece kit. It really is one of the best acne products on the market.
And now I’m here to add to the other skin care reviews and give you the skinny on how the product line works. Not every Exposed skin care kit comes with all 9 pieces.
There’s a 60-day 5 piece kit and a 60-day 6 piece kit. Plus you have the option to just buy the products one at a time if you’re still skittish about jumping in feet first. So I’ll give you a quick run-down of my experience with the products in my kit and you can make your decision from there.
The Facial Cleanser and The Microderm Scrub
In the morning and evening, I washed my face with the facial cleanser. It is designed to take all of the dirt, oil and bacteria off of your face. But for me, it did much more than that: it balanced my skin out.
Many acne-fighting facial cleansers dried my skin out. First, my dry skin would be shiny making my acne look redder and more noticeable than before. Then my skin would overproduce oil and break out even more than before.
But the facial cleanser returned my skin’s moisture levels to where they are supposed to be. After a week or so of using the product, my skin was soft and supple. The redness and inflammation subsided.
Even if you don’t buy the rest of the line, I highly recommend this face wash. I don’t think I’ll never use another face wash again.
The Exposed line also has a Microderm Scrub. I wasn’t really a fan of this. I’ve never thought scrubs were the best acne products. They irritate my face, especially my existing pimples.
Some of the Exposed skin care reviews I read raved about this product but I disagree. If you use this at all, I would wait until the other Exposed products clear up your face. Otherwise you may find the scrub uncomfortable.
The Derm-X Cloth
This is probably one of the best acne products in the line. It’s a rough cloth that acts like a scrubbing face wash but gentler. And it actually lifts black and white heads off of your skin as you scrub.
It’s such a great exfoliation tool that my sister stole my first one and I had to order a second.
The Clearing Tonic and the Acne Treatment Serum
These two products are designed to be used together and they are where the real acne treatment begins. The clearing tonic goes on first, right after you wash. While the facial cleanser softens and balances your skin, the Clearing Tonic removes the excess oil and dead skin cells that clog your pores and make you break out.
The best part about the clearing tonic is that you can actually feel it working right after you put it on your face. It’s a cool, fresh feeling that I look forward to every morning.
Next the Acne Treatment Serum goes on. It’s a benzoyl peroxide solution that is designed to kill the acne-causing bacteria on your face.
I didn’t read about this in the other product reviews but to be honest, the Acne Treatment Serum tingles just a little. If you’ve ever used any benzoyl peroxide product on your skin — even from some of the best acne products available only at dermatologist offices — then you know that that’s just a part of the experience.
But unlike other serums, the Exposed Acne Treatment Serum contains a mix of other ingredients that soothe your skin. So you won’t get any of the irritation or tightness that you find with other products like this.