Saturday, February 25, 2012

XOut 30 Day Acne Treatment Trial – Before use

Our teen daughters are all cursed with various levels of acne. It brings back memories from my teen days. I remember buying almost every over-the-counter soaps, lotions and promised potions to help zap my zits. In time, as I aged the acne slowly went away. I'm reliving the buying of all the products with these three teens.

One of my girls, Super Teen Sophia (STS) will be trying another new product called X Out (click the link to find out more about the products.) Have you ever heard of it? I haven't until now. STS is going to take on the X Out Challenge and see if one month of using the product changes the amount of break outs on her face. The above picture is the before treatment (oh and in 1 month her photo will really look different because she will have braces on her teeth) for you to see. 


STS is a beauty and her zits aren't too awful in this photo but they are there and they are not fun. Some are painful and she is worried about them leaving scars. 


STS has a face cleaning routine with whatever products she chooses. Her routine, I don't believe, includes cleaning her face twice a day. With the X Out challenge, STS will need to care for her face twice a day. This will be her biggest challenge. She will need to figure out how to plan enough time in the morning to clean her face before heading out to school or work. 


Part of the X Out routine is to clean or mask the face twice a day. Not only does she need to wash her face but do it for two minutes. To a teen, two minutes seems like a life time! X Out is in tune with teens because they created a QR code and it is on the bottle of cleaner. STS is supposed to snap a picture of the QR code and it will give her a short, two minute daily video to keep her entertained while cleaning her face. The same product can be used as a face mask, which requires 10 minutes on the face or a quick 2 minute zit zapper on a problem area.


Come back in a month and see if STS survived the rigorous treatment of washing/caring for her face twice a day. Will she survive? Will the X Out product zap her zits?? She is a willing participate in this challenge but she doesn't think this product will be anydifferent from anything else she has tried over-the-counter. 


To find out more about X Out, check out their website, Facebook or Twitter accounts. 


I wrote this review while participating in a test drive campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of X Out and received a X Out product sample to facilitate my review, one to giveaway, and a promotional item to thank me for participating.

1 comment:

STS said...

Okay, Next time.. I'm choosing my own code name. Clever though. (;

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