BENZACLIN Reviews

Average Rating: 3.5 (4 Ratings)

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 4  Acne I got a few dry patches on chin and nose area but nothing a little exfoliating and lotion couldnít fix. I just recently started using it and itís done wonders to my skin so far. I will say it has dried it out quite a bit but nothing too serious. My face use to break out so bad! It was red, painful when I laughed, and even smiled. But now itís not anymore and my pustules have gone down to small ones that rarely surface and donít turn white anymore they go away a lot faster, in a matter of days. If youíre struggling with acne I would recommend this product. F 15 22 days
8/14/2019
 5  ance Will dry and maybe burn skin when first using, so use lil amounts until your skin gets used to it. Nothing really cures acne, but I have tried many products throughout the years, and this one seems to work the best for me. I only use it when needed on active pimples. Remember, nothing is going to work like magic, be patient and don't pick. good luck F 40 5 years
1X D
5/22/2014
 1  Acne Allergic reaction caused numerous boils and white pustules on my chin and nose. Other spots on face continued to be bloody scabs and not healing. I finally had to cease all use of this product,stay on a mild antibiotic and mild soap. My face is much better now M 50 14 days
1X D
7/22/2010
 4  Moderate Acne Combo Therepy with Differen, so side effects can't be pin pointed exactly. Increase in acne, dryness, and sensitivity. F 20 14 days
2X D
6/7/2010
  

BENZACLIN  (BENZOYL PEROXIDE; CLINDAMYCIN PHOSPHATE):  This combination medication is used to treat a certain type of acne (inflammatory acne vulgaris). It helps to decrease the number of acne pimples. Clindamycin is an antibiotic that stops the growth of acne-causing bacteria. Benzoyl peroxide can also stop the growth of bacteria as well as reduce oil production in the skin, helping keep your pores open.   (Sources: U.S. Centers for Medicare Services, FDA)

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