Of the acne treatment and prevention methods on the market, some are less than scrupulous. Sometimes the problems are with the product itself, when it fails to live up to how it is marketed. Other times the problems are with the company itself and how it sells the product and handles customer service. This article will examine TriClear as an acne treatment product.
The product itself is a standard three-step treatment program for acne, involving three products: a Purifying Cleanser to remove dirt, oil, and dead skin cells from the skin; Repairing Gel, which helps to protect the skin from future breakouts and heals the skin; and Revitalizing Cream, which uses salicylic acid and inflacin to attack the causes of acne and reduce inflammation. The hallmark of this treatment system are QuSomes, which use tiny spheres to “encapsulate ingredients” so they penetrate deep into the skin.
TriClear is available for purchase from the official website. The price is not listed, but kits have been reported to cost anywhere from $49.95 to $70.
User reviews are mixed, but it is quite cleat that TriClear does not work for everyone. For some it seems to cause redness and irritation, and not fully remove or treat acne. Some users have reported good results for TriClear, but others are negative. This is not uncommon, though, and no one should expect to find a product that works for everyone. Whether TriClear is right for you is tough to say, but to help you make up your mind perhaps taking a look at their Better Business Bureau rating is a good idea and there is certainly plenty of user feedback available online to clue you in. Good luck!