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Does MaxClarity Really Work?

MaxClarity is Steifel Labs latest skin care innovation. There three-product acne treatment system uses a whole new way to deliver medicine by using their exclusive VersaFoam technology. This foam based product is a delivery vehicle for micronized ingredients. They calim that VersaFoam has proven to be effective in penetrating the skin and killing acne causing bacteria. They assert that clinical studies show that ninety five percent patients love the foam and like it better than other traditional creams and lotions. MaxClarity is prescription free and this product is supposed to be a budget acne solution that will suit your needs. They say that four out five people ( 82 % ) saw results in one week and that 96% showed improvements in four weeks without any help from doctors.

MaxClarity Reviews

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Wasn’t able to see results because like your whip cream canister, if you don’t hold it upright, it stops working. Too expensive to lose out on due to this function. Wasted!

Umm Na
February 7th, 2012
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