Product Description & Claims
EradiKate Acne Treatment quickly calms flare-ups and is specially formulated to help prevent future breakouts while reducing the appearance of redness. Sulphur, an effective acne-fighter, aids in eliminating existing imperfections and keeping new ones from occurring. AHAs are designed to reduce the appearance of enlarged pores. Zinc Oxide, a natural mineral, provides oil control by absorbing excess sebum production.
Price: $ 24 USD/1 Fl. oz.
How to use
Use up to once daily, as soon as blemishes are noticed, morning or evening. Cleanse the skin thoroughly and gently pat dry. Dip clean cotton swab into bottle and then softly dab on to affected spots. (Note: Do not shake bottle.)
I have read so many good things about this product: it’s the only thing that works on cystic acne…blah blah blah…well guess what? It doesn’t work on cystic acne! If it worked on your cystic acne, then you are very lucky, or maybe yours was a baby cystic acne…but it certainly did not work on mine. I actually had high hopes to be honest, and it was dissapointing. Yes, ok…having said that, it does work on regular acne…you know, the regular kind, small bumps…but I think Benzoyl Peroxide, Clindamycin and Tea Tree oil works better.
I find that EradiKate does somewhat help with acne…eventually…like after 3 days..or more…but why do I have to wait that long? I’m an impatient person and am definitely not wasting time waiting on my medicine to work…you can tell I’m not impressed with this med. I rather just use my trusty Benzoyl Peroxide. Generally speaking, I rarely get acne, but due to recent hormonal imbalances, I’ve been getting a few…and thought of trying an OTC medicine. I have never actually used OTC acne medication, I’ve always used prescription strength for those once in a blue moon zits. Prescription acne meds have never failed me, they can banish acne overnight…literally…if you get the right kind for your situation.
Now, if you want to get rid of cystic acne, I found that a combination of Tea Tree oil, Benzoyl Peroxide (prescription strength) Clove oil and Hydrocortisone works the best, but that’s another post! So, if you guys have minor occasional zits, maybe this will help, everyone is different, what may work for one may not work for another. But, I will stick with my prescription meds for acne.
Full Ingredients: Active Ingredient: Sulfur 10%
Inactive Ingredients: Isopropyl Alcohol, Water/Aqua/Eau, Camphor, Magnesium Aluminum Silicate, Salicylic Acid, Iron Oxides (CI 77489, CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499), Zinc Oxide (CI 77947)