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In addition, with recommended use, the ingredients in AcnEase® will make your skin clearer and healthier with less blackheads, whiteheads and redness.
Please use AcnEase® as directed and complete the recommended 1-month* course of treatment.
Below 180 lbs.
4 tablets 2x day
4 tablets 3 x day
6 tablets 3 x day
Above 180 lbs.
4 tablets 3x day
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Information provided by Herborium Inc. regarding medical conditions, symptoms, and related products is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice. AcnEase® has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, heal, cure or prevent disease.
We get this question alot, 'Can I safely (and effectively) take AcnEase® while taking a prescription medicine?' Whether
your other prescription medicine is for acne or something else, we have
all the answers you'll need (and if you don't see your prescription
medicine listed below, please reach out to us and we will get you the
answers you need).
Accutane is presently a subject of a class action suit due to the severe side effects and has been taken off the market. Generic forms of Accutane are still on the market and prescribed. If you decide to stay on the generic Accutane (Isotretinoin),
know that it carries the same adverse effects as Accutane. In
addition, according to American law, you lose your right to be
compensated for any damages caused by the drug if you use the generic
form of it.
There is no counter indication to using AcnEase® and Isotretinoin together; however, we don't recommend using them together since we are very concerned about Accutane and generic isotretinoin products adverse effects and do not want to be associated with them. Additionally, we don't know if taking them together would make AcnEase® less efficient because of those adverse effects. Ultimately, we do not want our product to be associated in any way with Accutane and Isotretinoin.
The best approach is to complete your antibiotic treatment before you start AcnEase®. There
is NO adverse interaction between AcnEase® and antibiotics, but since
antibiotics have a number of adverse effects like increasing sun
sensitivity, possible GI (stomach and intestines) issues, allergic
reactions, and of course with a long-term use, the possibility of
developing resistance to them, we do not want to be associated with
those side effects. In addition antibiotics are metabolized by the liver and this may reduce the efficacy of AcnEase® if you use antibiotics long term
(over 6 months). If you are to use oral antibiotics for a short term
(1-2 weeks) or are weaning yourself off them to start AcnEase, you may
use the product together for those last two weeks. AcnEase® has
NO known side effects or counter indications. If you have to take
antibiotics for a longer period of time for reasons other than acne, you
may opt to use AcnEase® anyway. Please advise a physician before taking
AcnEase® with antibiotics and observe all the precautions and counter indications associated with antibiotics such as sun restrictions and special diet.
You may use both. In time, AcnEase® should provide satisfactory improvement without any additional prescription products. Be aware however that topical antibiotics may cause a host of side effects including highly increased sensitivity to sun, so you must be alerted to that and follow necessary precautions.
you can take AcnEase® while taking birth control pills. AcnEase® does
not directly impact circulating hormone levels in the blood and will not
affect the hormones from your oral contraceptive (OC). However, if the ONLY reason why you are taking OCs is to control acne, think twice and familiarize yourself with the potential side effects of OCs including blood clots, more severe acne, weight gain, GI issues, tenderness of the breasts, etc. The
ingredients in AcnEase® have natural antibacterial and
anti-inflammatory effects in addition to reducing sebaceous gland
secretions. This combination of effects is responsible for the ability
of AcnEase® to prevent new pimples from forming and treating existing
Yes, you can use Paxil (paroxetine), which belongs to a class of drugs called SSRI (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor) and AcnEase together. Paxil increases serotonin levels in the brain. It is a psychotropic drug used for depression, mood swings, bi-polar disorder, etc. As AcnEase® will not prevent Paxil and similar medications from working, please note that studies have shown that antidepressants like Paxil may increase the risk compared to placebo of suicidal thinking and behavior (suicidality) in children, adolescents, and young adults.
are no contraindications for drugs used to treat hyperglycemia, such as
metformin or other oral hypoglycemic agents. The ingredients in
AcnEase® will neither impact blood glucose levels nor interfere with any
medicines used for diabetes.
is no interaction between AcnEase® and Synthroid or any other thyroid
drugs used to treat hypothyroidism. You can take both medicines at the
Yes, you may take any blood pressure controlling medication and AcnEase® together without any interaction.
Yes, you may take these medications with AcnEase® without any interaction.
ingredients in AcnEase® will not interfere with these drugs; the only
issue you need to consider is whether your GI system will tolerate the
ingredients in AcnEase®. By this we mean that there are some people
with food allergies that can develop mild diarrhea when taking AcnEase®. The ingredient most often associated with allergies is the dandelion extract. There is no data that the remaining ingredients are associated with allergic reactions. In addition, AcnEase® does not contain any soy-based products, GMOs and is gluten free.