Zenmed Derma Cleanse Review

I was very skeptical about trying ZenMed Derma Cleanse for my acne but I was desperate enough to try their product. I had a friend who swore by this company and convinced me to try this acne system. She also convinced me that it was better than all of the other acne products that had used such as Proactiv and Max Clarity. At this point I really had nothing to lose and order ZenMed Derma Cleanse. It took almost two weeks to be delivered instead of the 4 to 7 days promise that was guaranteed to me over the phone. When I received my package, one of the bottles was broken and leaking all over the other products. I called the company to let them know what had happened and they advised me to purchase a new bottle! At this point I was so livid that I wanted nothing else to do with the company. I did try to salvage the cleanser as best I could and used what was left of it. I have to say that I was sorely disappointed with the product and the with the way customer service treated me. I will never order anything that has to do with ZenMed after using their product. The system is said to be natural and irritant free, this is not true. If anything this product made my flare-ups even worse. It was a good thing that they had a 60 day money back guarantee.

I have suffered from acne since middle school; it went from mild to severe after I turned 13. But since then, I have used every product that you can think of and they either made my acne worse or gave me horrible dry skin, but still I tried. If you have or currently suffer from acne, then you have probably tried everything. I am that person who has tried everything both prescribed and over the counter. I have tried everything from Nature’s Cure, Clean & Clear, Neutrogena, Proactiv, Skin ID, Murad, Olay, and finally Clearasil. There comes a time when people actually reach their breaking point and try other natural ingredients for their skin, and depending on how often they are used, they actually work. I finally came across a product called ZenMed Derma Cleanse and I am sad to say that it was a waste of money and time.

What is ZenMed Derma Cleanse?

ZenMed Derma Cleanse is an acne system designed to treat acne both internally and externally for a long period of time. ZenMed Derma Cleanse is supposed to treat all steps in the acne cycle, which includes preventing it, clearing it, healing it, and getting rid of discoloration.


Elimination of pimples
Elimination of clogged pores through gentle exfoliation
Prevention of future breakouts
Refreshed and supple skin

Time frame

Within 3 days; however, every skin type is different. It may take less time or more time depending on the type of skin you have.


Depending on which system you want anywhere from $29.99-209

Natural ?

Claims to be natural
Some harmful chemicals (dried my skin out)


Alpha and Beta Hydroxy Acids
Mineral heavy clay
Benzoyl Peroxide
Salicylic acid

Side effects

Some dry skin
Wear sunscreen when going outside because the product contains salicylic acid

Money back guarantee (People Pleaser Guarantee)
ZenMed Derma Cleanse guarantees its customers a 60 day money back guarantee in case the product does not meet your expectations. All you have to do is return the product within 60 days of use for a full money back guarantee. Waiting after 60 days will not get you a refund because the company will not accept it.

I personally did not have a good running with ZenMed Derma Cleanse. My skin type is different from other people’s skin types. What did not work for me might work for someone else. Just be patient with the results. I waited two weeks and did not see any results but you might be lucky and see results after 3 days. If you do not like the product, you have the option of returning it to the company within 60 days for a full refund. You really have nothing to lose but your acne.

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About Tricia M

I know about acne because I have suffered from it since I was a teenager. Acne made people ridicule me and practically ruined my life. I have tried just about every single acne medication out there. From Clean&Clear, to Neutrogina, to Strident, to Skin ID, to Murad, to Proactiv. I also tried eating healthier and washing my face three times a day, which only irritated it more and produced more acne. My dermatologist finally put me on some birth control to try and clear it. It worked and I only get a few break outs here and there. I usually treat it with some baking soda and olive oil. Fighting acne can become a losing battle, especially for those who do not know all the different types of remedies are available. There are a number of different acne medications formulated today for people who have acne. The names will vary by brand, effects, and ingredients. Everyone will know what is right for them when they try the different products. For more severe conditions, contacting a dermatoligist is very highly recommended.

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