Seacret’s Acne Regimen Demystified

Since publishing my post on Seacret v Proactiv+ I have had so many people ask me questions about how to use the Seacret Acne Regimen that I designed a flyer to help explain it.  My feeling is that Seacret thought it was so easy and obvious that HQ didn’t feel it needed to be explained.

ACNE_319x94I’ll post my full explanation here, but really its as easy as washing your face every day with Seacret Active Clear and Mud Soap,  followed by moisturizing with Seacret Essential Moisturizing Face Cream. Why other companies make it seem so complicated is really about marketing.  They think that if they have a complicated process and all sorts of hard-to-pronounce ingredients, people will feel their products have more scientific value and research behind them.

Unfortunately, since the 1950’s, people have been raised to believe that there is ‘better living through chemistry’ and that more science is always the answer.  We are just now beginning to realize the health mistakes we made in the past 50+ years by moving away from nature.

The real secret to Seacret’s Acne Regimen is that it is more natural and has a few thousand years of study behind it.  The salt and minerals from the Dead Sea have been proven to clear up skin naturally. To have clear and healthy skin, it’s really not necessary to add harsh chemicals such as Benzoyl Peroxide.

SEACRET Acne Regimen

For the full explanation of how to use Seacret’s Acne Regimen, download the flyer above.

Questions?

Call anytime – Matt Randall – Seacret Agent – 603-767-6500

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