Exposed Acne Treatment – Ultimate Kit
- verything you need to treat and prevent acne and get clear skin; exclusive combination of SCIENCE + NATURE treats acne-prone skin while reducing redness and irritation
- Contains clinical strength acne medicines without a prescription, including salicylic acid and micronized benzoyl peroxide plus proprietary herbal blend to calm skin
- Benzoyl peroxide kills bacteria and treats blemishes while helping to prevent future breakouts; works day and night for continuous acne control
Exposed Acne Treatment – Ultimate Kit Includes:
Facial Cleanser (Salicylic Acid Acne Treatment):
The Exposed Facial Cleanser is a gentle yet effective cleanser that will clean your skin without over-drying it. The formula contains pro-vitamin B5 to help regulate your oil production and sage extract to detoxify your skin.
Clearing Tonic (Salicylic Acid Acne Treatment):
The Exposed Clearing Tonic penetrates pores to control blackheads and whiteheads while returning your skin to its natural healthy balance. The tonic also rejuvenates problem skin with essential extracts and prepares your skin for the Exposed Acne Treatment Serum.
Acne Treatment Serum (Benzoyl Peroxide Acne Treatment):
The Exposed Acne Treatment Serum is formulated with the latest and most advanced acne fighting ingredients. Helps prevent new acne blemishes and whiteheads.
Clear Pore Serum (Salicylic Acid Acne Treatment):
The Exposed Clear Pore Serum is a lightweight gel that penetrates pores to control acne pimples and blackheads and rebalance your skin while you sleep.
The Exposed Moisture Complex is an oil-free gel that locks in moisture and rebalances your skin. Natural extracts and caffeine promote cell renewal and reduce inflammation.
The Exposed Microderm Scrub uses micro-sized corundum crystals to polish away dead skin cells, leaving your skin radiant and smooth while improving its overall texture and appearance.
The Exposed Clarifying Mask removes impurities and absorbs excess oil. Helps prevent the development of new acne pimples and blackheads.
The Exposed Probiotic Complex contains natural probiotics, vitamins, minerals and cleansing agents work synergistically to support your skin and promote a healthy complexion.
24 of 24 people found the following review helpful
If you want an honest opinion, keep reading., July 25, 2011
william (Fairfax VA)
This review is from: Exposed Acne Treatment – Ultimate Kit (Misc.)
(I posted this review on the other kits, not trying to spam, just wanna help) I’m 30, a dude, and have been fighting with my skin since i was about 14. I’ve gone through cheapo in store products (too many to name) and some of the more expensive products: Murad, clinique, etc.
No matter what i always had blackheads, a few random pimples, and about 1 to 2 times a month i would get a lovely breakout. my skin wasnt THAT bad but i always always always had problems. I found Exposed by accident. I went online looking for alternative ways to get my skin to stop screwing with me and i got a link for the exposed “lifestyle tips” page. That led me to looking into the actual product. I skeptically pulled the trigger and got the uber kit with all the goodies.
First week was not that rough, i got a few new pimples but i noticed my blackheads were getting a little smaller. Most skin care programs will warn you that it usually gets worse before it gets better. It got better. Weeks 2 and 3 showed steady improvement, few new minor pimples and my skin started looking healthier. I’m on the middle of week 4 and my skin looks better than it has in longer than i can remember. I KNOW my skin is healthier too. I used to get up early so i could give my face time to calm down before i went to work. Even washing it gently with my hands would leave it red, patchy, and swollen. Lotion was also a daily requirement. Definitely not the case now, i scrub and scrub and no irritation. I also know it’s healthier cause of the comments i get at work. People complain about the tonic. It DOES hurt at first. get over it, your skin is jacked up.
I started using it once every other day there was certainly a little discomfort. Now i use it 1 to 2 times a day and there is absolutely no discomfort. Actually, all of the products in this kit have a much shorter and extreme “getting used to” period than other stuff i have tried. I recommend geting the kit with everything on your first buy. Some stuff works better for certain people. I live with my sister and we both use the products a little differently. Try them all and then you can re-buy the ones you really like. Lastly, i like that this program addresses scarring.
I’ve definitely got a few red marks from all the years of torment and like exposed claims, the marks are fading.I looked at the other reviews, definitely a few fakes, it’s kind of off putting but whatever. If you leave a comment i’ll try to respond. I know how awful it is to worry about your skin all the time and if my input can help another exhausted acne victim i will be glad to give it. No skin care program works for everyone, just make sure give whatever you try a fair chance. Nothing is going to happen overnight. I strongly recommend giving Exposed a chance.PS, wash your pillow cases… a lot. people always forget to do that.
My Miracle Maker, January 10, 2013
I know, everyone said I’ve tried every product out there and nothing has worked for me. Well I can say the same thing, I’ve tried products all around the world, washes, scrubs, moisturizes, BB creams, organic cleansers, oil cleansers, the oil treatment, even washing with nothing but water. I’ve tried almost every brand out there, from the cheapest stuff to some of the most expensive stuff money can buy hoping that something would eventually work for my face. I wouldn’t go as far to say that I have sever acne, but it is pretty noticeable; there are much more worse cases there but I have persistant acne that does bother me a lot and of course at times it does affect my self confidence. Whenever I look at pictures I can see bumps all over my face while my friends are blessed to have clear skin. I hate it when they complain about one zit – and in front of me.
I found a Groupon deal for a Tanda Acne Clearing light thing and I really wanted to try it out, but I don’t know. The whole gentle heat thing doesn’t cut it for me. If the heat isn’t hot enough to kill bacteria, you’re just creating a better environment for them to reproduce. I’m a biologist, but I haven’t read any research articles about certain wavelengths of light having the ability to kill the bacteria that causes acne. I know that salicylic acid is used to help slough off dead skin cells and bring new ones to the surface (essentially drying out the skin so that it can come off) while benzoyl peroxide is used to help kill the bacteria that clog pores and cause acne to form.
I was close to purchasing the Tanda Acne light thing, but I decided to just search for “Acne Treatments” on Amazon and read the reviews on the highest rated items. I looked at the reviews for other products like Neutrogena, Clean & Clear, Murad, ProActiv, etc, but I found that Exposed had the highest overal rating. I went onto their website and it looks like every other “Get clear skin now!” website; kind of cheesy and almost unprofessional looking. But I looked at the active and inactive ingredients and I liked what I saw. Every product that you put on your face is a combination of both science and nature – two things that I trust in (I am a biologist after all). Each individual product has a combination of some chemical to help with the acne and more importantly (at least to me) a natural agent to help soothe the skin and make it so it doesn’t flare up. A lot of the line has Green Tea in it to help detoxify the skin and sooth it, while others have natural ingredients that help improve cell turnover or help improve circulation to the skin, of course depending on which product it is.
I know, the old montage is that your skin has to get worse before it gets better, especially when using a new product. Almost every past product I have used has done this to me, the first stage is entirely worse – lots of reddening of my skin, inflammation and new cysts. It clears up for a little bit, but then it comes back and I have to change up my routine. Keep in mind that I don’t switch products often. I try to use them for at least two months before I come to a conclusions. I know some of you reading this may think two months is too short, but I found that using Exposed was different.
As a last resort to treating my acne, I went all out and bought the Ultimate Kit which includes everything the company sells. The cleanser, toner, acne treatment, pore treatment, moisturizer, scrub, clay mask, multivitamin/digestive supplement and rinsing cloth. I started using this about a month ago and I can say that I have absolutely pleased with the results. I had absolutely no initial flare up, but I was wise to follow the directions and using the products pretty sparingly at first. I haven’t changed the amount of product I’ve used but I still see consistent results. I will admit, I have had a few bumps here and there but most go away in a day or two. The products do have a scent to them, not to say they smell bad, but some of the things I’m not very fond of, but I don’t shy away from using them because they work! One of them is the clear pore serum which has licorice extract so it kind of smells bad to me.
I follow the morning and night routine they recommend. In the morning I cleanse, wipe down with the toner, and before my skin dries completely put on the acne treatment, wait to dry and then use the moisture complex. At night, I cleanse again, sometimes with a Clarisonic if I feel that I’ve been exposed to a lot of dirt and grime throughout the day, pat dry, and again before my face is completely dry, apply the clear pore serum, wait to dry, then spot treat with the acne clearing serum. Following all of that I moisturize. I know, it sounds like a lot of steps and it can be kind of confusing because all the tubes look the same, but after a couple weeks of doing it its a breeze and takes like 5 minutes. I use the scrub every once in a while and I like it…
Best Acne Products I have ever used, June 5, 2011