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Rezamid Acne Lotion

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From $25.00
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For treatment of Acne

Rezamid is a premium, medicated acne lotion combined with a tint-adjustable, water-based makeup. While preventing breakouts, Rezamid quickly dries, heals, and conceals. More

Size 2oz
$25.00

Description

The process of healing and preventing acne can make it difficult to feel confident in your own skin. Many make-up products trap dirt, oil and contribute other pore-clogging irritants, making it hard for the skin to heal and causing further breakouts. With Rezamid Acne Lotion, it’s possible to cover pimples while simultaneously healing them. Rezamid is a medicated cover-up that actually makes a difference by concealing AND healing acne. Its premium cosmetic formulation gives a smooth and even appearance. With its active ingredients of 5% sulfur and 2% resorcinol, Rezamid is a gentle pustular acne-fighting medication that’s safe and effective.

Luxurious Cosmetic Base That Hides Acne Lesions

Rezamid provides the powerful combination of strength and coverage that you need and deserve.  Its Color Matcher™ liquid tint was created especially to match your individual skin tone.  Rezamid conceals with elegance while delivering effective, active ingredients to dry and clear acne pimples.

An Excellent Alternative to Benzoyl Peroxide Medications

Rezamid is gentle and is recommended for patients sensitive or allergic to benzoyl peroxide. Rezamid will not discolor fabrics like shirts, pillowcases, and sheets like benzoyl peroxide, making it an ideal treatment for back, chest, and shoulder acne without the concern for bleaching.

More than Just a Cover Up – Dries & Clears Acne Lesions

Rezamid contains 5% sulfur and 2% resorcinol, combined to reduce the number of pustules and pimples and allow the skin to heal. Rezamid is our most powerful acne medication and a welcome alternative for adults still plagued by acne. It’s hard on pimples and soft on skin while providing complete coverage.

Which Acne Product Should I Choose?

Liquimat: Primarily a make-up with acne medication.

Rezamid: A stronger acne medication, but also a makeup.

Both Liquimat and Rezamid are tint-adjustable so you can make it match your skin tone!

Directions

With Rezamid, it’s possible to cover pimples while simultaneously healing them.

  1. Clean your skin thoroughly before applying Rezamid.
  2. Shake product well before using.
  3. Cover the entire affected area with a thin layer of Rezamid 1 to 3 times a day. Start with one and then gradually increase if needed to avoid excessive drying of the skin.
  4. If dryness or peeling occurs, reduce application to once a day or every other day.

Ingredients

Active Ingredients

Sulfur 5%
Resorcinol 2%

Inactive Ingredient

water, SD-40 alcohol 28%, zinc oxide talc, titanium dioxide, propylene glycol, attpulgite, lauramide DEA, iron oxides, sodium bisulfite, PEG-8 laurate, parachlorometaxylenol, hydroxyethylcellulose, codium chloride, sodium polynapthalene sulfonate, EDTA, methyl paraben, xanthuan gum, utylparaben, fragrance, simethicone.

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4.7
Based on 62 reviews
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  1. brian

    Very happy with the product and the customer service.

  2. Tabitha

    She’s been using this product for around 2 1/2 months. Cleared the acne up fast and loves that it also conceals not having to wear anything else!!

  3. SAR916

    I’ve been using Rezamid for over 30 years in place of a cosmetic cover-up. The product reduces facial shine and evens out skin tone. It never dried my skin, since it doesn’t have any of the more aggressive OTC acne ingredients, & probably won’t even touch more severe acne. But it still can be an effective cover-up. I was lucky to only have mild cases of acne, but my children required other meds including prescriptions. They occasionally put Rezamid over their prescriptions to cover blemishes.
    I recommend the company add more of the tint. Lately, it seems that when the entire contents of tint is added, my face is still a little too light/peachy, and I’m fair skinned. Also, for the longest time, I hoped for a flip cap or other design on the bottle top. Daily use does tend to make the container and sink area messy, with some of the product being wasted.
    Rezamid is worth a try. Unfortunately, there aren’t many products that work on more moderate cases of acne, with effective skin matching qualities. It’s quite expensive if ordered in the pharmacy, and best if ordered online.

  4. Lexy

    I started using this recently that I’ve known about it for a long time. My dermatologist recommended it for problem spots right when I see them, and they clear up faster. The product works well under my foundation

  5. Sapat

    This was recommended by my dermatologist after I complained of oily skin (with acne as well). I use under my makeup and it acts as a primer. It has worked better than any matte primer or other product claiming to do the same thing. I have not experienced any excessive dryness or peeling. Very pleased with this product and the results. My only complaint is the smell. It has a very strong sulfur smell that makes me very self-conscious. I feel like I am giving off a nasty scent although those close to me say they can’t smell it. I would definitely recommend this product.