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  1. Van
    718 of 782 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    TO BUY OR NOT TO BUY? THAT IS YOUR QUESTION…?, February 23, 2015
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    Van

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    This review is from: Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay Deep Pore Cleansing, 1 Pound (Misc.)
    Seriously you guys, I have never used a product like this! I am a 27 year old female who still gets pimples, but once I become super stressed I break out horribly and get cystic acne that is of course painful. The stresses of life hit me real hard the beginning of the year and I started getting pimples around my chin, it started with one and then all of the sudden I had this whole army of pimples attacking my face and they were defeating me big time because I was becoming depressed and there wasn’t enough makeup in the world to hide them. I tried so many things, but nothing was helping. I searched high and low and stumbled into this magic clay. I wish I found this sooner! Let me tell ya, I changed my whole face routine in hopes that my face will heal soon. This is what I did, I used this straight for about 4 days, I mixed it with the apple cider vinegar, and also, I diluted a tablespoon of the apple cider vinegar in water and drank it (no silly, without the clay) as it is good for you, don’t worry about the taste…drink it really fast! :) I used the regular dove soap, the white bar as my face washing soap and I used rosewater as a toner, and my regular olay face cream. My goodness did my face heal fast! the clay, as disgusting as this may sound, but hey, isn’t this why we’re all here? it popped my pimples as I was washing it away. Of course I still have the spots, as we all know those take a while to go away, but my makeup can hide those better, and the rosewater is very gentle, too. I will continue to use this on a regular basis. I tell ya, give this a chance! you will NOT regret it.
    ps: I rarely review things, and I never upload photos, but I really want to show you how my face was and how well this clay works.
    The first picture is when I first started breaking out, and then the process of how the clay was working its magic :)

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  2. Amber Middlebrooks
    274 of 299 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I love this stuff, May 16, 2015
    This review is from: Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay Deep Pore Cleansing, 1 Pound (Misc.)
    I love this stuff ! It really works . I was a skeptic at first but now I’m a firm believer ! I even got
    My Brother to do it with me !!

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  3. Maani
    1,941 of 2,270 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    *UPDATED* ACNE SUFFERERS: PLEASE, PLEASE READ THIS IF YOU SUFFER FROM ACNE, April 22, 2014
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    Maani

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    This review is from: Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay Deep Pore Cleansing, 1 Pound (Misc.)

    THIS IS GOING TO BE A VERY LONG REVIEW BUT PLEASE, PLEASE TAKE JUST 5 MINUTES OUT OF YOUR LIFE TO READ THIS IF YOU SUFFER FROM ACNE.

    Wow. Where do I begin. Really, where do I begin. First, let me just say I have dreamed and prayed, literally dreamed of the day I can write a success story of my own in regards to acne. Any acne sufferer has tried hundreds of different products, read thousands of Google searches/reviews/blogs, and experienced an endless amount of frustration, pain, and confusion. I don’t use the word embarrassment or humiliation, because you shouldn’t be embarrassed nor should you be humiliated if you have acne. I have read thousands of reviews with writers saying they don’t want to walk out the door or that they’re embarrassed to face the world. You are who you are. These things happen. Acne is normal, it’s everywhere. That shouldn’t affect who you are as a person. Yes, it can be difficult to face the world. I can relate. But frustration and confusion are the best terms. Frustration because we don’t know how to cure it. After trying every given product or method, it just doesn’t go away. And confusion because sometimes we have no clue what is going on that causes all that acne.

    Now, let me get some facts out of the way. I’m a 21 year old male, college student. I’ve been suffering from acne for well over 8 years now. About the time I reached 13, obviously because of puberty and the typical growing phases, I was one of the unlucky ones plagued with pretty bad acne. It didn’t get worse till about high school, but again high school is a time when we all go through improvements so having acne is not as bad. People get braces and go through other various stages during this time so it’s no biggie. But in college, you really expect by about the time you’re 18, your acne should be dissipating. And for most it does. But let’s face it there will be and always will be a select bunch that still walk around with red spots all over their faces. Don’t let that put you down. There are people out there who don’t have proper vision, hearing, or worse disabilities. Now, I don’t want to go into a pep talk lecture here, so let me get right to it, but I just want you all to know that 1) don’t let this acne put you down.. and 2) THIS product will change your life.

    Here’s the thing, I always read those reviews that say “this product may not work for you as everyone is different”. I hate those reviews. That’s rubbish. It’s crap. It’s true but that’s the reason I hate it, because it’s true. Every product may not work for you. BUT.. THIS product in particular is for everyone and doesn’t present different, adverse effects on different skin types. Why might you ask? Well, it’s simple. It’s 100% pure dirt. Good ol’ natural dirt. Literally that’s what it is. The reason those OTHER products react differently on different skin types is because those are all products that contain chemicals, and different ones at that. So you can imagine. Obviously everyone’s skin will react differently to various chemicals. Some good, some bad. This, however, is pure clay/dirt that will literally dig into the pores and flush out whatever gunk you may have.

    Now, I view acne at 3 different levels. Minor, Moderate, Severe. But on each stage there are another 3 levels. In other words, you may have Minor acne but may be on level 1, 2, or 3. A Minor acne sufferer with a level 3 may have worse acne than a minor level 1 and 2, but not as bad as one who would be listed in the Moderate acne stage. Same goes for if you are for example a Moderate acne sufferer but a level 3, you may not be so bad to the point of being a Severe acne sufferer, but in the Moderate stage you are still worse than others. If this makes any sense, I put myself at Moderate acne Level 2 and 3. On rare occasions, I hit Severe level 1 with a deep cyst or two, but haven’t experienced that recently. Right now, my face is continuously at a Moderate level 2. Severe acne sufferers are those whose faces are literally clustered with severe red acne on every area of the face. Moderate would be one or two major sections (my two cheeks). Minor acne would be a small area like chin or just nose, or no major breakouts but a few pimples here and there.

    So all my life, like every other acne sufferer I have tried any and every acne remedy known to man. I kid you not. In the beginning (in my early teens) stages I tried the basic Neutrogena, Clean&Clear, basic drugstore crap. No effect there. As high school came around, I tried Cetaphil which proved a bit of an improvement, but again no cigar. I tried St.Ives peach apricot scrub for a while and that did some good stuff, but again nothing that could really vastly make an improvement. I tried masks, lemons, honey, yogurt, I mean you name it I tried it all. Don’t even mention Benzoyl Peroxide. I tried a 3 step system and it screwed up my face. Anyways as I got to college, I came to face with the…

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