Acne Free is the best known alternative to the popular Proactiv, or rather the best known imitator. It sells through grocery stores and Walmarts across the country, and their commercials generally use ordinary people rather than celebrities for advertisement as well as the idea that they have conducted various clinical trials and found that their product is actually more effective than Proactiv in general terms because of time release technology.
Acne Free is certainly a cheaper product than Proactiv, and it’s basically the same product. It has the same active ingredients, the same basic formula, and the same 3 steps. So in a society all about value for your money, it’s definitely better than Proactiv. However, in terms of results again it has the same formulas, the same active ingredients, and otherwise. Essentially, it’s the same thing, it’s no better at all.
Frankly, just like Proactiv, it will probably cause redness, irritation, peeling, an otherwise. However, there are some differences, because we’ve noticed that there are actually some consumers who complain about side effects that they never experienced when they were using Proactiv. However, considering the fact that we have not actually seen any reports of better results, we are obviously inclined to believe that there are no better results at this time.
The only thing that makes Acne Free apparently different is the presence of greater side effects as far as we can tell. It doesn’t provide you with the greater results you are looking for, and it doesn’t give you anything new in general. We would not be at all impressed with Acne Free, and we would highly suggest staying away from this particular formula.