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Advantagesmakes spots less irritable and inflamed

Disadvantagestube gets watery at the end, will not clear spots completely

...I came across Freederm many years ago, and since then I always use it whenever I get spots. What is Freederm? Freederm is a clear gel which is used to treat mild to moderate acne pimples and spots. How to use Freederm In order to use Freederm, once you have washed your face and with clean fingers, apply a small amount onto your finger and rub it into the affected area. My...

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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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