Join us for an AcnEase Twitter Party to talk about skin care, acne solutions, and skin health! And of course – awesome prizes!
What: AcnEase “Be Acne Free!” Twitter Party
When: April 12, 2012 – 12 pm PST
Where: On Twitter or TweetGrid: http://bit.ly/HRc7pu
Host: Erika from @AcnEase
Moderator: Jen from MyBeautyBunny.com – @mybeautybunny
Questions: Contact jen at mybeautybunny dotcom
Prizes: Two pre-party winners will win one month free supply of AcnEase. Five people participating in the party will win one month free supply of AcnEase. One grand prize winner will win a 3-month supply of AcnEase and a personalized consultation with Dr. Agnes, a natural dermatology expert!
So save the date and tweet with us! Don’t know what a twitter party is? Read Shallowocity’s great Twitter party explanation.
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AcnEase is a unique natural acne remedy in that it addresses the causes of acne by not only treating an existing acne but also PREVENTING new acne from coming. This all natural herbal acne treatment doesn’t simply treat the external symptoms of the disease, but focuses on removing the underlying causes of your skin problems. It works for both women and men and for all skin types and tones of complexions.
Benzoyl peroxide can cause premature skin aging, slow healing and is associated with increased skin cancer risks. In 1995, the FDA issued warnings regarding the use of benzoyl peroxide and changed its status from “safe” to “uncertain.” Salicylic acid may dry the skin, causing irritation and redness. AcnEase doesn’t dry or irritate skin, regardless of skin tone and type. Prescription drug Accutane was taken off the market as a result of its adverse and dangerous effects and is presently a subject of a class action suit.
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