Nanocleanse is an American acne product that claims to cure acne within 72 hours without any adverse side effects.
The product itself is described as a medication that contains both prescription strength ingredients and 10 superfoods and the website looks slick and professional. You can buy online direct from the website.
Nanocleanse costs $ 29.99 (£18. 78) per bottle but does not state bottle size although it should last a month if used correctly. Savings can be made on larger orders and if you buy four bottles for $119.96 (£75.12), you get free bottles of an extra product called Acsonix. International shipping costs $15.99.
What is Nanocleanse?
Nanocleanse is a cleansing scrub that you rub into your face or affected areas, twice daily, for a couple of minutes each time. You rinse with warm water after each application and if you notice skin irritation, reduce applications to once a day. Although advertising states that it will cure acne within 3 days, product information contradicts this by saying that you MAY begin to see improvement within 7 days.
Nanocleanse contains Benzoyl peroxide, Salicylic acid, sulfur (sulphur) Tea tree oil and Azealic acid. The 10 added superfoods include flax seed, capsaicin (red pepper extract) and Acai berry, all ingredients that are routinely used in acne remedies and health supplements.
It is very unusual to find all the main ingredients of every acne treatment you have ever heard of rolled into one, and using tea tree oil together with Benzoyl peroxide seems overdone. It is unlikely that this combination will work better simply because there are a greater number of ingredients. Instead, it seems more likely that it will cause irritation.
Negatives with Nanocleanse
Nanocleanse will not be gentle on your skin. The abrasive scrubbing does not suit sensitive damaged skins and most of the ingredients will cause your skin to become very dry. Benzoyl peroxide, Salicylic acid, Azealic acid and Sulfur all have a strong drying effect and upsetting the delicate PH balance will probably cause your glands to produce extra oil in compensation.
An added matter for concern is that there are very few independent customer reviews. Despite the long list of satisfied customer testimonials displayed on the website, it seems that not many people have even tried it.
Nanocleanse looks like a gimmick that has taken most of the acne cure ingredients and combined them all together. It comes with a free gift, an acne spot treatment called Acsonix which information recommends that you use with Nanocleanse. Acsonix also contains high levels of Benzoyl peroxide and sulfur. These products will probably do more harm than good and are not recommended.