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“Freederm gel”

published 30/04/2013

AdvantagesWorks! Doesn't hurt, doesn't irritate skin, only need a small amount

DisadvantagesTakes a little time to work, leaves dry white residue

...I rarely get spots but when I do I usually just stick a bit of tea tree oil on them and that usually works really well. Recently though I got two really big, red, painful spots which looked so horrible and felt so painful that I felt the need to buy a specialist spot treatment in the hope that it would get rid of them a little quicker than the usual natural remedy that I use. Freederm is...

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Advantagesits cheap

Disadvantagestakes ages to work, and doesnt help spots just forming

...any supermarket or chemist so very easy to get hold off. The 25g tube is available for around £8. * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ What Is It? ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * Freederm gel is a gel used for inflammation of spots (ideal if you get quite a few spots in one place). It comes in a blue and white box so pretty easy to spot on the shelf. It contains a special ingrediant (Nicotinamide 4%) which is proven to...

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AdvantagesQuickens the removal of spots

DisadvantagesLeaves a white mark, Instructions easy to lose

...Introduction After being recommended FreeDerm gel by a friend to tackle my acne, I bought some and was pleasantly surprised to see that the time it took for my spots to go away was much quicker than when I didn't do anything about them. I had seen advertisments for FreeDerm on the TV and this was part of the reason why I bought FreeGerm gel instead of an alternative treatment. White...

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