Promising to provide an all in one formula that will clean and rejuvenate skin within a week, fade discolored skin, minimize pores, reduce blackheads, reduce redness, and keep skin soft and balanced, DermaClear is, according to customer testimonials, the “first product I have found that truly works.” It does use salicylic acid, which can cause the skin to accelerate the rate at which it sheds dead skin cells, and it also uses allantoin, a powerful moisturizer.
But other ingredients include only laurel sulfate, tartaric acid, and 8-HQ quinoline. It contains no perfume or irritants, but it also contains virtually no acne fighting ingredients. It doesn’t even contain an ingredient that could support their claim of shrinking pores or disinfecting skin. So even with salicylic acid, it may not actually reduce acne, depending on the person.
DermaClear has one of the most common acne fighting ingredients, but none of the best and no innovation to replace some of the less common, yet most powerful It is just like every other cheap product, giving the average consumer no reason to buy it. Lately, we have been looking for products with ingredients like tea tree oil, the best alternative yet found to benzyl peroxide with the same power, but no side effects. There are quite a few others, but DermaClear has none of them.