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cheapest deal on PROACTIVE acne treatment

1,006 577 June 20, 2011 at 08:46 PM
my son wants to try this acne treatment.

where is the best place to buy it ? best deal ?


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Costco carries a 'generic equivalent' for much less than Proactiv prices.
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this deal is 5,99 with free shipping

http://www.proactiv.com/savetoday


but i dont see anything in the cart once i go on with the " act now "
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Check out sebamed products.they worked very well for me.
Sebamedusa.com/product-lines-clear-face.html
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i wouldn't recommend proactiv simply because it uses harsh chemicals (like most acne solutions). in the long-run it will probably do more harm than good for him. natural solutions are better in my opinion.

if you want to suggest to him an alternative product line, tell him about burt bees. it's affordable, way more natural, and it always gets good reviews. you can find many of their products at drugstores, grocery stores, or places like vitamin shoppe or wholefoods. i don't use the acne products [burtsbees.com] but do use the daily cleanser [burtsbees.com] ($8) and that, in itself, keeps any acne that pops up at bay:

some advice you can even try at home, that will not cost you much, if anything, at all steam facials [acne.org] and oil cleansing method [theoilcleansingmethod.com].

i know i didn't really answer your question but i just wanted to point out that you don't need those popular commercial products to get the job done here. good luck.
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i wouldn't recommend proactiv simply because it uses harsh chemicals (like most acne solutions). in the long-run it will probably do more harm than good for him. natural solutions are better in my opinion.

if you want to suggest to him an alternative product line, tell him about burt bees. it's affordable, way more natural, and it always gets good reviews. you can find many of their products at drugstores, grocery stores, or places like vitamin shoppe or wholefoods. i don't use the acne products [burtsbees.com] but do use the daily cleanser [burtsbees.com] ($8) and that, in itself, keeps any acne that pops up at bay:

some advice you can even try at home, that will not cost you much, if anything, at all steam facials [acne.org] and oil cleansing method [theoilcleansingmethod.com].

i know i didn't really answer your question but i just wanted to point out that you don't need those popular commercial products to get the job done here. good luck.


is this available in stores ? or i have to buy from the website and pay shipping ?
http://www.burtsbees.com/natural-...cream.html

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Check out sebamed products.they worked very well for me.
Sebamedusa.com/product-lines-clear-face.html
thanks, i will check it out
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Last edited by tarazan June 22, 2011 at 10:26 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
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