Topical Acne Treatments = Failure
I know from personal experience that topical treatments for acne (like acne pads and creams that you can buy at the local pharmacy ) simply do not work. And I bet you had a very similar experience! I know I am not alone on this one because I have a lot of friends who have similar results using these products.
Advertising instead of Results
It seems like all of these big acne treatment companies are spending a lot more money in advertising than in making a product that works .
The "conspiracy theorist" thinks in me that they do not even really want to make a product that works. Think about it, if we cure our acne then they lose a client! They want us to come back desperately to them because we continue to be fooled by their advertisements thinking that this time their snake will work.
The Guide "Acne Free in 3 Days"
C is because of these acne treatment failures that are sold at the store as a guide like "Acne Free In 3 Days "is so attractive to many of us who have suffered from acne problems.
This guide explains through nonsense explains exactly (step by step in detail) how anyone can get rid of their acne without buying expensive products. And not only can they get rid of it, but they can do it very quickly. As the name of the guide implies most people following this guide will be completely free of acne in just three days.
After years of fighting traditional acne treatments, I've finally managed to get rid of my pimples and my zits using an "alternative" method. There are many customer testimonials on the site "Acne Free In 3 Days" which show that I am not the only one to have known this kind of success.