Treating Acne: A Matter of Trust

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The number of TV commercials and magazine ads claiming to have the best acne products continues to grow. You aren’t likely to get through an entire day without seeing a display of acne before and after pictures, often depicting celebrities as having been troubled by acne before they used the company’s products. These advertisements range from cheap-looking tabloid ads to glossy ads in high-fashion magazines. At first glance, it looks like every product out there really is effective at doing what it claims. But, for many people that try them, you know that these claims cannot be fully trusted.
What Sets Clearogen Apart
The thing that sets Clearogen apart from other products is that it has ingredients that get to the root cause of acne and stop the production of oil that causes pores to become blocked. The difference in the ads you see featuring Clearogen from those advertising other products is just that: they are advertisements paid for by the company that makes the products.
Clearogen has been featured in numerous well-known publications and popular TV shows as one of the best acne products available today. Some examples include:

  • The Tyra Banks Show
  • MedEsthetics Magazine, Acne & Rosacea
  • The Dr. Oz Show
  • Teen Vogue
  • Audrey Magazine
  • Dermatology Times

When a product is as effective as Clearogen, you don’t have to rely on paid endorsements or a flood of advertisements to get the word out. Clearogen has the history of success stories behind it that make it a product you can really trust. To learn more, call 877-30-CLEAR.
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