Acne-Free Kit (Natural & Eczema-Safe)
Again, the Acne-Free Kit (Natural & Eczema-Safe) is a “game changer” in acne care. From Teenagers to the most challenging hormonal acne, Ceela offers this first line treatment. We believe in this so much we offer a money back guarantee. Just return the bottles, even empty, if you are unhappy.
Finally, your search for a Natural and Eczema Safe Acne Kit that really works is now over. Ceela’s three-part Eczema Acne Kit offers the simplest solution. People with both eczema/atopic dermatitis and acne can use Ceela. These have been linked to the presence of bacteria like Staphylococcus aureus and Propionibacter.
For best results, we recommend application 2-3 times daily. If dryness develops, reduce the frequency of its use. Avoid using two acne care systems at the same time unless directed by a physician. The Acne-Free Kit (Natural & Eczema-Safe) should be all the help you need.
Salicylic Acid for Acne Care
We use the language for Salicylic acid allowed by the FDA. The “OTC” Monographs allows claims for treating acne with salicylic acid. However, we have also found much cosmetic support from our so-called “inactive” ingredients. For example, niacinamide really does help the skin look healthier. This happens while the salicylic acid fights the acne. Our Acne-Free Kit (Natural & Eczema-Safe) incorporates these healthy and powerful agents for maximum skin vitality.
Avoid Putting Common Food Allergens on Eczema and Acne
The American Association of Allergy Asthma and Immunology (AAAAI.org) warns not to use common food allergens in skin care. They know you can develop nut allergies from the skincare containing tree nuts. Did you know Shea butter is a tree nut product? When the skin has problems like eczema/atopic dermatitis you can get food allergies from skincare. Shea butter comes from a tree nut. Most have no problems with Shea butter. But over time, with frequent use on the skin, nut allergies can develop. The Acne-Free Kit (Natural & Eczema-Safe)) is free of All Common Allergens.
Most OTC drugs are not reviewed and approved by FDA; however, they may be marketed if they comply with applicable regulations and policies. FDA has not evaluated whether this product complies.