MD Skincare Skin Happens Clear Up! Kit
MD Skincare Skin Happens Clear Up! Kit sells through multiple third party retailers, mostly department stores like Sephora and Macy’s. They have several pieces, and their cleanser is one of their main pieces, sold as either part of the kit or on its own. This being said, it has a number of interesting ingredients. It uses salicylic acid for one, which has been proven to promote the reduction of acne. It has been proven to increase the rate at which the skin peels away, which is why it has also been used for warts and other more serious conditions in some cases.
However, they don’t actually have a full list of ingredients for any one product, let alone their wash. The only ingredient we really know about is salicylic acid, and you could find that anywhere. There have been complaints about side effects related both to the kit as a whole and to the wash in particular. However, there have not really been any reports of results, denoting the idea that they don’t even have the right amounts of salicylic acid.
We would not recommend buying any piece of the MD Skincare Skin Happens Clear Up! Kit, let alone the whole thing. It is slowly disappearing from many store shelves for a reason. Nobody wants to buy it anymore. It doesn’t clear up acne as they say, and they weren’t careful enough to avoid skin irritation and side effects. So essentially speaking, consumers are realizing that they are only getting the worst of both worlds and they are turning away for good reason.