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Back Zits

Updated on July 14, 2011

Treat Acne That Forms on the Back

I had a problem with back zits for as long as I can remember, which was right around puberty. I assumed it was something I’d grow out of, but I never did. Since then, it is something I just learned to deal with, until I finally tried Dermology Acne Cream.

There were so many products I’d tried, including Proactiv, but nothing seemed to really work for me. It was embarrassing and not just a couple of blemishes now and then. I had back zits that prevented me from wearing strapless and tank style tops.

After trying prescription acne meds, and every other over-the-counter acne cream, pad, or gel available at Wal-Mart, my acne was always there. Even if one thing seemed like it was working, it never truly got rid of my back zits, while prescription acne meds made my skin extra sensitive to the sun and irritated. As far as over-the-counter products, they only worked temporarily, if at all.

After trying what seemed like every other acne treatment on the market, I found favorable reviews about Dermology Acne Cream. While I always am very suspicious of things I read on the Internet, it sounded like it was legit. I visited their website and decided to try it out. I am very happy I made that decision.

Now, I don’t have to worry about wearing t-shirts in the summer to make sure my acne doesn’t show or worry about buying a dress that reveals too much of my back. I don’t have to wash my sheets every day or use antibacterial acne wash morning and night, with some prescription gel four times a day to control my back zits. I still can’t believe that I was finally able to get rid of my back zits, and it only took less than a week before I saw some real results.

It’s been a three months now since I used the cream, and I have been without acne on my back since. It’s very exciting not to have to worry about whether or not the clothes I’m wearing will show my back zits. I finally feel free.

If you have problems with back acne and have tried other things with not favorable or perhaps with adverse results, I highly recommend Dermology Acne Cream. Not only can I wear what I want when I want, but my skin has never been softer or smoother.


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