Is Clearasil cream good for acne?

Is Clearasil cream good for acne?

Dermatologist-tested Clearasil® Ultra Rapid Action Vanishing Treatment Cream treats problem areas fast, visibly reducing redness and spot size in as little as four hours. Scientifically formulated with maximum-strength medication, Rapid Action Vanishing Treatment Cream penetrates your pores to fight breakouts.

Is Clearasil still available?

CLEARASIL® Daily Clear® Adult Tinted Acne Treatment Cream (Discontinued)

Does Clearasil 4 hour spot cream work?

Great for treating those aggressive spots It’s not going to fix acne, or get rid of a spot completely in 4 hours but I’ve always found it does a good job when applied overnight, to make the spot less visible.

Will Clearasil get rid of blackheads?

Blackheads are no friend to exfoliation. The best way to get rid of blackheads is to use gentle, abrasive products. These can be exfoliating washes such as Clearasil® Daily Clear® Blackhead Scrub, or Clearasil® Ultra® Rapid Action Pads.

How fast does Clearasil work?

Improvement in acne is usually seen after 3 weeks of use, and maximum benefit after 8-12 weeks of use. Do not increase your dose or use this drug more often or for longer than directed. Your condition will not improve any faster, and your risk of side effects will increase.

How often should I apply Clearasil?

Apply a small amount of medicine to the affected area and rub in gently. If using the pads, wash the affected skin with a mild cleanser, then pat dry. Wipe the pad gently onto the skin to apply the medication, usually 1 to 3 times a day or as directed by your doctor.

Who owns Clearasil?

Procter & Gamble bought Clearasil in 1985. Today, there are 25 Clearasil products on the market, including the traditional acne cream. Combe was born in Fremont, Iowa.

How do you use Clearasil cream?

Apply a small amount of medicine to the affected area and rub in gently. If using the pads, wash the affected skin with a mild cleanser, then pat dry. Wipe the pad gently onto the skin to apply the medication, usually 1 to 3 times a day or as directed by your doctor. Wash hands after use.