Archive for July, 2007

The unseen differin gel risks

July 20th, 2007

“Why Differin Gel is NOT a safe alternative to accutane for acne treatment”

“Acne researcher reveals the unseen risks of Differin gel”

Differin Gel

Differin gel…

You’re willing to do anything to get rid of your acne. But the horrific side effects of accutane have you worried. So you opted for Differin gel instead.

After all, you don’t eat it. It’s got to be safe right?

Not so fast…

Differin gel has many of the same dangers and side effects as accutane.

Here’s why…

The active ingredient in Differin gel is retinoid (vitamin A) compound known by the chemical name Adapalene. It’s a chemical vitamin A derivative in the exact same family as Accutane.

Basically you can think of Differin gel as topical Accutane. And you already know the horrific long-term side effects of Accutane.

The biggest problem with these chemical derivatives of vitamin A for acne treatment has been the horrific side effects. So Roche worked to develop a topical version thinking it would be safer.

After all you’re not taking it internally. It’s got to be safe right?

Nope, not at all. And here’s why…

Your skin is in fact highly absorbent for many different chemical and natural agents.

That’s why nicotine patches works so well. The nicotine absorbs straight into the blood through the skin. And that’s why so many drugs can be administered through patches on the skin.

What you put on your skin ends up in your blood for plenty of stuff.

And Differin gel is no different.

When you put Differin gel on your skin you’re putting it in your blood.

If the horrific side-effects of Accutane scare you then Differin gel should have you every bit as concerned. Nursing and pregnant mothers should be even more concerned.

But I’m sick to death of this acne! Aren’t the side effects of Differin gel worth the risk?

Nope! Because you can get rid of your acne once and for all without risking your long-term health.

How?

Take The Acne Cure E-Tutorial and find out how I cured my severe acne without the dangers or side-effects of Differin gel.

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See also…

Accutane – The Disturbing Truth

acne alternative treatments

Is differin gel safe? What are the side effects?

July 20th, 2007

Differin Side Effects

Differin gel side effects

Differin side effects are similar to Accutane in many regards. And here’s why…

Differin’s chemical name is Adapalene. It’s a retinoid derivative (just like Accutane). They come from the same chemical family. And that’s why they share many of the same side effects.

Such as…

  • Redness
  • erythema
  • Itching
  • Drying
  • Peeling
  • Stinging
  • Increased sensitivity of the skin to burning

Nursing mothers are advised against taking the drug because it is not yet known whether it ends up in the mothers milk.

Children below the age of 12 are also advised against Differin gel or cream because the safety in use for children has yet to be established.

Also, if you’re thinking about getting pregnant anytime soon then avoid Differin gel. The side effects of other retinoid derivatives have been horrific birth defects and the safety of differin gel has not yet been proven. These possible Differin side effects have not yet been ruled out. So error on the side of caution.

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Take the Acne Cure E-Tutorial and get rid of your acne without suffering Differin side effects.

See Also…

Why Differin gel is NOT a safe alternative to Accutane

Accutane – The Disturbing Truth

July 20th, 2007

Diferin Gel Acne Information

Differin gel side effects

Looking for the inside scoop on Diferin gel for acne treatment? Then you’ve come to the right place.

I’ve spent years researching and testing various acne treatments including Diferin gel. And I’ve prepared acne reports on my findings. Here are my special Diferin reports…

Diferin gel risks

Why Diferin Gel is NOT a safe alternative to Accutane. Discover the unseen risk of Diferin in this report…

Diferin side effects

All the side effects of Diferin revealed in this report…

And actually Diferin is actually spelt “Differin”. No worries. It’s a common misspelling. So I prepared this special page for you so you would be able to find my Differin reports. I hope you don’t mind.

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See also…

Why Differin gel is NOT a safe alternative to Accutane

Accutane – The Disturbing Truth

July 20th, 2007

Get the Facts Here About the New Acne Drug Differin gel

From an ex-acne sufferer

Differin Gel

Differin Gel

What it is…

Differin gel or cream is a topical retinoid compound that is applied to the skin externally in gel or cream form. Differin is in the same family as the drug isotretinoin otherwise known as Accutane. The major difference is that differin it applied externally and not taken internally.

Basically differin is a topical synthetic vitamin A derivative.

Does it work?

Well, yes and no. Differin gel in trials has been shown to lessen the severity of acne lesions. But just like most topical acne medications differin has the same problems of drying and sensitivity. It may help for some of you, but a lot of you will be sensitive to differin and only aggravate your acne worse.

Common side effects of differin gel are drying, burning, sensitivity to sunlight, erythema, scaling, puritus. Puritus occurs in about 20% of the patients on differin.

What’s the problem with differin?

Well, like all topical treatments for acne, differin does nothing for the actual cause. It only treats the symptoms of acne. Your acne will always come back until you eliminate the root cause. Acne starts on the inside.

I was a severe acne sufferer and tried everything to treat my acne. But after 8 years of searching I finally discovered the secret to permanent acne-free skin without drugs or medications like differin gel or cream.

Can you cure acne without differin gel?

Want to know how I did it?

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