Hello everyone! Today I'm reviewing the SOS (Save Our Skin) Topical Solution with Vitamin E. It's Clindamycin Phospahate 1% Topical Solution. I got this from Watson's 3 months ago for only P99 and have been using this for quite awhile now whenever I break out. It's on a glass roll on bottle with 10ml of product.
10grams of Clindamycin Phosphate
Clindamycin 1% Topical Solution with Vitamin E is a topical antibiotic which contains an antioxidant used in the treatment of acne vulgaris. The combination of antibiotic and Vitamin E's natural skin repairing substance is an innovation that can prevent, heal acne as well as acne skin lesions and scarring.
How to use SOS:
Wash the affected area gently with soap and water. You may use warm, moist compress to open the clogged pores. Shake the SOS roll-on and apply topically by gently rolling SOS on the affected area. When applying around the face, avoid the eye area. Use SOS once or twice a day, depending on the severity. To fully enjoy the benefits of SOS, it is recommended to use up to 12 weeks for total healing.
I have to say that this is a very cost efficient way to get rid of breakouts. I ran out of my Proactive lotion which I use whenever I have breakouts and thankfully I stumbled upon this product. It works the same in terms of drying out the acne/pimple but the best thing about the SOS is that it doesn't sting and doesn't burn the zit, so there's no dark spot when it heals. I apply this on my pimple twice a day and the next day it's already dry. I continue to use it until the second day and then it completely heals. I haven't tried this on a large cystic acne yet because thankfully I haven't had that for awhile now. My fiance' uses this too and it works well on his oily but very sensitive skin.
So far I have been very happy with this product but I only give it 4.5 STARS! I don't like it too much that it's in roll-on because it's not hygienic in my opinion. It would have been nice if it's in a squeeze tube.
Has any of you used or is using this same product? If so let me know your thoughts :). If you have any questions, please leave them below.