MaxClarity Review

MaxClarity is a foam product designed to help people of any age to effectively combat acne. This system for skin care has three different products that will, the makers claim, clear up acne and prevent new breakouts. The use of two effective ingredients is a positive aspect of the product. Benzoyl peroxide and salicylic acid are used separately and together in other acne products, as well.

Benzoyl peroxide is good at destroying the bacteria that is trapped in follicles, although it does not affect the production of sebum. Continuous use of benzoyl peroxide may dry out your skin and leave it irritated. If you discontinue treatment, your acne will most likely return, which locks you into buying some kind of product for the foreseeable future.

MaxClarity manufacturers state that this product is different from other creams and lotions with the same ingredients, since versafoam technology allows the ingredients to be absorbed more quickly than traditional lotions or creams. It is also claimed that the product can penetrate more deeply into the skin, with the foam as its mode of delivery. The micronized ingredients in their foam are smaller, so that they won’t sit on your skin and cause irritation.

What Products Does the MaxClarity System Include?

The first product in the system is MaxClarity Foam Deep Cleanser. It uses Versafoam, which allows the ingredients to absorb more quickly into your skin. In this way, it will start to work more quickly. The main active ingredient is benzoyl peroxide, and it will work the best if you use the product twice each day. Full results may be seen in eight to 12 weeks.

The Rejuvenating Toner uses salicylic acid, which teams up with benzoyl peroxide to provide a one-two punch against acne. The ingredient particles are said to be micronized, which means that they are more easily absorbed, and can penetrate deeply into your skin. The foam is refreshing for your skin, and it exfoliates dead cells to give you healthier and brighter skin.

The Advanced Acne Treatment is a foam that you leave on your skin. It contains 2.5% benzoyl peroxide, which is gentle enough to not affect your skin in adverse ways, but strong enough to tackle some acne. It goes on quite smoothly, and then dries swiftly, to fight acne all day.

The combination of benzoyl peroxide and salicylic acid has been through tests that prove it to be an effective fighter of acne. Many products seem to just sit on your skin, but MaxClarity foam penetrates to fight acne, instead of remaining on your face and causing irritation. The combination of products exfoliates your dead skin cells and will leave your skin looking healthy and clean.

How Do I Use MaxClarity?

Wet your skin and try the product on a small area first, to make sure it does not aggravate your skin. After you’ve made sure it won’t irritate your skin, apply a small foam amount onto the skin and rub it for a couple minutes. Then wash the product off your face. You may also use it elsewhere on the body if you have body acne as well. The company states that two out of three users have good reviews of the product.

Be sure to keep MaxClarity away from your mouth, lips and eyes. It should not come into contact with your hair, or with dyed fabrics, including clothing and carpeting. Otherwise, it may bleach the colors. If you experience irritation or dryness, discontinue use. There may be a slight increase in breakouts at the beginning of use, although this is not a problem that is unique to MaxClarity. It will usually clear up within a few days or a couple weeks.

A few reviews from the MaxClarity website:

“… it only took about a week to see results.” – Alicia
“I love my skin and it’s been a long time coming.” – Francesca
“I love how easy it is to use and how it feels on my skin.” – Agatha

The Advantages of MaxClarity:

  • 60-day money back guarantee
  • Discounted prices are available
  • Formula contains two acne treatments, both of which are powerful

The Disadvantages of MaxClarity:

  • May cause burning, redness or skin irritation
  • No clinical study results are provided
  • You must use all three products every day
  • It’s not available in retail stores
  • Homepage really has no useful information – it’s more like an ad

There are some basic concerns about the company that makes MaxClarity, some of which do not reflect the product or its effectiveness at all. The customer satisfaction grade for MaxClarity is an F, which speaks to the reliability of the company. A rating like this will not give you, as a consumer, any confidence about service or responsiveness to any questions or needs you may have after you begin using the product.

There are some positive and some negative reviews, but a lot of the negative reviews mention customer service being lacking in responsiveness. The auto-billing is often continued even after the product doesn’t work and is returned, and refunds are slow, at best. For the chance you take with the possibility of poor service, this product doesn’t offer anything that unique.

In Summary…

MaxClarity may be a product worth trying, if you have tried others that have not worked for you. Since it utilizes benzoyl peroxide and salicylic acid, check other products to see if these have been tried by you and failed. These are very common anti-acne ingredients. It does have a money-back guarantee, and the ingredients are powerful. Be sure to test a small area of skin with the product before applying it to your face, since it can cause serious skin redness and irritation.

MaxClarity may work for you if your acne is only mild or moderate. Some consumers have said that it worked quite well for them, and some users like the way the product is dispensed in a foam consistency. Others stated that it simply dried out their skin too much.