Proactiv 3-Step Acne Treatment System (30-day) Starter Size

By | April 14, 2018
Proactiv 3-Step Acne Treatment System (30-day) Starter Size

Proactiv Solution 3-Step System revolutionized the treatment of acne. Each step in a Proactiv 3-Step System is designed to work synergistically with the others to combat acne and help prevent future breakouts. Proactiv features advanced micro-crystal benzoyl peroxide, designed to work faster and gentler than ever before. The 30 day system includes a 2 oz. Proactiv Renewing Cleanser, a 2 oz. Proactiv Revitalizing Toner, and a 1 oz. Proactiv Repairing Treatment. Try this 30 day supply of the 3-Step System to see how Proactiv Solution can work for you.

  • Clears acne and helps prevent future breakouts
  • Formulated with proven acne fighting medicine and benzoyl peroxide
  • Contains proven acne-fighting ingredients
  • Acne treatment helps kill acne-causing bacteria
  • This Starter Kit is the 30-day Size Proactiv 3-Step System.

2 thoughts on “Proactiv 3-Step Acne Treatment System (30-day) Starter Size

  1. Brittney Faith Glor
    776 of 777 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Made my acne worse!, January 21, 2018
    This review is from: Proactiv 3-Step Acne Treatment System (30-day) Starter Size (Health and Beauty)
    This product was a waste of money and almost a year of my life. As a 16 year old girl I have struggled with acne since 5th grade. I started proactiv about a year and a half ago, I did it for the 6 months it said and I saw absolutely no improvement, in the beginning I even saw an increase in inflammation and cystic acne which I hadn’t had prior to going on proactiv. I went off of it for a while and my skin cleared up a bit but then became really oily and broke out a bunch so I decided to give proactiv a second chance in case maybe I had missed something the first time. After almost 8 months with no improvements I was done. My skin since has not gotten better and Is in fact really dry and flakey in some areas with oil in others. I do not recomend this product to anyone, but that being said I’m sure it’s worked for some people and maybe it will work for you as well. Also make sure you use white towels if you decide to try this because it will bleach ever last one if you don’t. Oh and if any of you have acne tips please let me know I’ve tried everything and my parents can’t afford a dermatologist.

  2. Grace
    562 of 567 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Many factors at play, but personally, I don’t think it’s worth the price and results., November 10, 2017

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    This review is from: Proactiv 3-Step Acne Treatment System (30-day) Starter Size (Health and Beauty)
    This is going to be a lengthy review and if you’re reading this, you’re probably in search of a solution for your acne. With that said, I think there are a lot of factors in play that affect how severe someone’s acne is, so take my review with a grain of salt because everyone’s situation and body is different.

    I’m not going to strictly say, “didn’t work! don’t buy!” because for some people, it does really work. and with things like diet, age, skin type (sometimes related to ethnicity), usage of other supplements/medications/makeup, type of acne, routine, etc., it’s really hard to pinpoint the cause and effect of a single factor. I find helpful reviews to be very detailed, so I hope you can compare my symptoms and experience to yours effectively. To make things easier to compare, I’ll list the things that I do to prevent acne and the things that I don’t do. Mind you, I don’t do many things to prevent acne other than cleansing/moisturizing…

    My background: female, 26 years old, Asian, have had adult acne for about a year now. It’s on both sides of my face from my cheekbones down to my chin. They’re mostly small bumps that occasionally form a whitehead, with some sporadic deep-rooted pimples that get red/darker in color without forming a whitehead and stick around for a while. My skin is prone to scarring where a pimple leaves a long-lasting dark area.

    Things I could improve doing to prevent acne:
    – diet: I eat quite unhealthy (good amount of sweets, fried foods, and alcohol/cigarettes, heh…)
    – exercise: I don’t exercise much
    – water: I drink slightly less than the recommended daily water intake
    – touching/popping pimples: I try my best to refrain from touching my face but still can’t help popping whiteheads and blackheads out when it gets realllllly bad
    – other irritants: I wear my long hair down almost everyday, and I wear makeup about 2-3 days a week

    Things I currently do to prevent acne:
    – cleanse: I make sure to wash my hands and keep my nails short, and follow the directions and wash my face (at least) twice a day
    – tone: I use a fresh cotton pad to wipe my face with toner after cleansing
    – moisturize: I use another cotton pad to apply moisturizer, as to prevent any germs and dirt I might have missed being rubbed onto my skin
    – other supplements: about once a week, I apply a clay mask. I use a AHA and BHA gel everyday.
    – irritants: I remove makeup as soon as possible, I keep my hair out of my face when I’m at home (which is the majority of my time), I keep my hands/fingers clean, and I touch my face less than I used to.

    My results:
    – I did not ease into using the product; I jumped right into using it and did not experience any surprise breakouts
    – I did not experience any dryness or redness. the repairing lotion is enough to moisturize my skin, except a small area at the corner of my mouth.
    – I felt that I noticed my small, non-whitehead bumps were a little bit smaller within the first 1-2 weeks, but now they’ve come back…
    – I still get the periodic deep and painful pimple every 1-2 weeks or so (maybe 1 or 2 on each cheek), which is an improvement, but I was expecting it to be less frequent than that.
    – Scars are still there and may even be accumulating, meaning that the rate of pimple-production is much faster than rate of pimple-prevention/healing
    – sun protection: I use an SPF product everyday

    So yeah, it’s been 30 days, which might not be enough time to really see true results, but I haven’t seen much improvement. If anything, it’s kept my acne at bay, and for a price that’s over $30, I’m willing to try a different product that may be faster-acting, longer-lasting (30 days is not that much to give real results, whether good or bad), and maybe even a little harsher in treatment. If your habits are similar to mine but you haven’t tried all your resources, I would suggest trying another product. Unfortunately I can’t recommend anything, but I’ve usually never been steered too far from amazon’s suggestions/best sellers. The only reason I tried Proactiv was because a friend highly suggested it to me, saying that he once had acne in his early 20s that was similar to mine, and it was cured after a month of using it. I guess he just got lucky that he found what worked for him… Also, it’s slightly embarrassing, but take pictures and record your results. I don’t vividly remember what my skin looked like 30 days ago, and I realize now that a before and after would be very useful, even if there wasn’t much change.

    I still have some of the proactiv cleanser and moisturizer, so I’ll continue to use that (along with a different brand of toner) and perhaps things will change. I’ll update my review in a few weeks.

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