“Your product isn’t working. I have had persistent acne half my life. Right now, I’m using your products with a few other lines of product. Maybe I’ll try a new acne ointment. If that doesn’t work, I’ll just go back on Accutane.”
You would be amazed how many times we hear this. The only solace seems to be trying an “all of the above” strategy. Using every product in sight. Problem? All of the benefits of using Carley’s Clear & Smooth are negated by mixing with other products.
- Mixing with other products is like mixing stale milk with fresh milk. Carley’s products are made fresh and dated. Almost no one else on the market does this. Stale products sit on shelves and become ineffective over time.
- Mixing acidic products with our pH neutral products will make ours acidic. We don’t believe destroying your skin’s bacteria with acids are the answer. Other ointments are highly acidic that act as antibiotics. This is quick fix that can cause permanent damage to your skin.
- Mixing high benzoyl peroxide products with ours will make ours high in benzoyl peroxide. Your skin will benefit with a lower amount of benzoyl peroxide. Most ointments use an absurdly high amount of benzoyl peroxide to get a quick fix.
- Mixing ointments with absorption-blocking ingredients (like Dimethicone) will make ointments stay on the skin and block ours. The products need to absorb into the skin. Ointments shouldn’t sit on the skin – they should absorb!
The unorthodox, highly rated approach we take towards a permanent acne solution isn’t so great if you throw it in a chemical concoction of ointments.
Believing is Doing
One of the first steps towards healthier skin is believing you can get healthy skin. If you’ve read The Power of the Subconscious Mind, you’d see that the state of your mind is absolutely crucial for any major change to occur in your body. By resigning that the product you just won’t work for you. That you need to supplement it with other products. Do you know what will happen? It probably won’t work!
Tips for Persistent Acne
If you’ve been using our product and your skin has gotten worse, don’t run to the closest drug store yet. It takes weeks, sometimes months for your skin to adjust to these products. The skin is essentially healing from all of the years of damage done by acidic, stale, chemical-laden products you’ve used before.