Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Bio-Scriptives Repiderm Review & Giveaway #rafflecopter


Taking care of my skin has become something I do every day since I am 12 years old. It is something I haven't really started to instill in my kids yet and I am not sure why. My skin looks good because I took care of it while growing up, thanks to my Grandma. She talked about the importance of a good skin care regime from when I was 11-12 years old but even with good skin, sometimes, like everyone else, I get the occasional pimple. Currently, I have two small ones on my forehead. I know why they are there. I had my hair cut recently and have been straightening it, when I am done I use a serum to smooth all the hair out. It tends to be a bit oily and often my hair falls on my forehead (reminder to self, check into different serums, but that is not why we are here, we are here to talk about Bio-Scriptives Repiderm).   Acne treatment formulated with a mix of 16 herbal extracts and essential oils and 4.4% benzoyl peroxide Bio-Scriptives Repiderm is an advanced acne treatment formulated with a proprietary technology and 4.4% benzoyl peroxide. It works in multiple ways to clear and prevent acne blemishes, pimples, blackheads, and whiteheads.

Unlike other acne products, Repiderm works as a single standalone product rather than a multi-step system. You’ll be shocked at the difference!
Who can benefit from Repiderm?

  • Patients with acne
  • Patients who are tired of having dry skin
  • Patients who want a product that works that requires fewer steps
I started using Repiderm last night. The smell was familiar but different if that makes sense. It may be the benzoyl peroxide that other acne products have but the mix of 16 herbal extracts make it different.

What I like about it is that you don't need a lot. Just cover the area and I bet it is better than using toothpaste or antiseptic cleaner dabs like I do sometimes which work but leave my face very dry causing your skin to overproduce oil.  You can apply 1 to 3 times a day. So far, I put it on 2 times. The feeling isn't overly drying and the smell really is nice. I think the 4.4% solution may just work. 2% doesn't work for me and 10% is way too drying and I end up with peeling skin. So far, so good.

For your chance to win a bottle of Repiderm by Bio-Scriptives enter the Rafflecopter below.

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Disclaimer: I received complimentary bottles from the sponsor to facilitate this review and giveaway


  1. I use a gentle cleanser twice a day, followed by an anti-aging serum and a moisturizer for either day or night. Once or twice a week I use an extremely gentle exfoliating product, and a few times a month I use a mask or other treatment. I also do an occasional steam to open my pores. Fairly simple regime, but it's important to me to stick to it as much as possible. Oh, and I drink loads of water!

    h4schaffer at gmail dot com

  2. I use Olay cleanser in the shower and fragrance free moisturuzer after.

  3. I wash my face with a cleanser twice a day. In the mornings I apply a moisturizer with spf 25. In the evenings I apply a collagen boosting serum and follow that with an oil-free moisturizer. I exfoliate at least once a week. I try to apply a face mask twice a month.

  4. My big routine is to use face wash twice a day - more recently, cream-based cleansers. I'm trying to get into the habit of using moisturizers on a daily basis too. About once a week, I'll use a face mask to relax.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  5. I use a gentle cleanser in the morning, a makeup removing cleanser and moisturizer at night and a scrub once or twice a week
    jjak2003 at gmail dot com

  6. I wash with Dove or Oil of Olay face soap then use Clinique cleaner, Clinique moisturizer then my daily makeup. Lately my face has been dry and flaking and I am looking to change

  7. Cleanser with my clarisonic, anti aging products and then cleanser in the evening.

  8. I wash with Burt's Bees cleanser and use a moisturizer afterwards.


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