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De La Cruz Sulfur Ointment Cream

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Product Description

De La Cruz Pomada de azufre sulfur ointment is used for treatment of acne, this ointment penetrates the pores, dries and clears pimples and blackheads. Helps to keep new pimples and blackheads from forming. Does not contain preservatives, or artificial colors.

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  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 2.4 x 2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00411B4CC
  • UPC: 024286150426 605100009986
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (220 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,814 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
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Sulfur creams are the best for my skin and acne.
Brittany C. Gates
This is an amazing product, I had to write a review.
It is very greasy and sticky feeling on your skin.

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By J. Wilson on September 11, 2013
I wrote a review for the grisi sulfur soap and this review is the same thing. I use the soap along with the de la Cruz sulfur ointment and garnier the brusher gel cleanser to exfoliate. First I wet my face with cool water, then wet the soap and lather it on my face, then with the brusher, I exfoliate my face in a circular motion for a few minutes and leave the soap on for 10 minutes like the instructions say (sometimes less than 10 minutes if I'm in a hurry). I rinse off with cold water, dry the face completely, then apply the ointment and leave it on for 10 to 15 minutes (I left it on for almost 30 minutes if not more and it really irritated my skin, so 15 minutes max). I rinse off with cold water. A moisturizer can be applied after since its drying at times, but my skin is oily so I don't typically apply it. I've been using this method for about 3 weeks and my skin is so much clearer, I don't need to wear concealer but I always do because I have some dark spots but even that has cleared a lot. The exfoliation has really made my skin so soft, I recommend using some type of exfoliation. This is how I wash my face twice a day (morning and night) everyday. I'm African American with brown skin (probably unnecessary to mention, but may be useful for those with darker skin) and this is the clearest my skin has been since high school and my early twenties, tho I'm 24.

I will say at times I do use Dickinson's witch hazel natural astringent and witch hazel pore perfecting toner after rinsing off the ointment but wait a few minutes before applying them. I also use aztec Indian clay and apple cider vinegar as a mask mix whenever I feel it's necessary maybe twice a week. I was using these products for about 3 weeks before incorporating the products mentioned above.
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106 of 131 people found the following review helpful By Felix on February 18, 2012
I have tried many other products for acne and none of them have worked like this one. Also, I have recommended this product or a homemade concoction with sulfur to others with very promising results. If you suffer from acne, I would strongly recommend you try this product (or any other sulfur product of sufficient concentration) before trying all the harsh chemicals on your skin such as benzoyl peroxide (proactive, etc) which are not only dangerous but are also pretty expensive.
Why only four stars? Because this product does not dry very well and you have to apply it and then remove it after 10 minutes which is pretty inconvenient. Think about it, if you are going to apply it morning and night then you would have to wash your face four times a day since you would also want to clean your face before applying it. Also, it is very drying. You could say that if it works, then it's worth the hassle, which is pretty valid but I will give you a much better way to do it.
First, get hold of a sulfur product (I'd recommend this one) and determine if it works for you, since no product will work for everyone. Once you have determined that it works, then you are going to have fun mixing your own products (if you want, of course).
This is what I mean:
Get sulfur in powdered form, and then you would need a carrier oil, since sulfur mixes very well with oils. You would want to choose an oil that is nourishing to the skin, a perfect example would be coconut oil. You can also use corn or soy oil. No, just kidding, don't ever think of putting those oxidized oils in your skin! So stick with coconut oil, or maybe olive oil, but I prefer coconut oil because of the healthy omega-3 fatty acids.
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58 of 77 people found the following review helpful By Molly E on December 26, 2012
A great way to get rid of mild to moderate acne...sulfur ointment is easy to use and relatively inexpensive. The product works well if you're very cautious in what you touch and avoid contact with anything other than your skin. However, it can be harsh on sensitive skin and the sulfur can hurt your clothes and jewelry! It's very important to take your time and clean up thoroughly to avoid stains or damages to other items. I would also recommend tea tree oil for acne. It's less intense on sensitive skin -100% Australian Tea Tree Oil + FREE Blemish Roll-on Stick with Tea Tree Oil. I'd read a lot about tea tree oil and had mixed feelings about it because it was an oil, but I gave it a try anyway. After one use, I noticed it worked, and even better than the sulfur ointment had in the same time frame. Being all natural, it left me less concerned with potential damages that the ointment had. If I have the time to spend, I still use the ointment, but when I'm in a hurry, the tea tree oil is a great alternative. I carry it with me- it's quick, easy, and painless while still clearing my skin. It's like having a travel alternative for my on-the-go days, and a home remedy for the lazy ones!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By meetamani on July 25, 2013
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I have been a proactive user and fan for three years until my skin started becoming extremely oily and not longer responded to proactive. I tried clear zine, acne free and so many other products. I wake up with so much oil on my face lately even after using an acne product. You could probably fry an egg with the amount of oil my skin produces per day. The acne i get is every kind and every where, face chest back neck. I used this product for one night, and it did dry the oil on my face and no new acne came out today. Usually I get 1-3a day on my face and countless on my back.. , I woke up to an amazing skin. I used it for 10 minutes and then rinsed it in the shower. Then after showering before bed, I mixed some sulfur ointment with cetephhil moisturizing cream and spread it on my face. This is not ur fancy beauty cream. This is a very sticky goopy gritty cream. BUT if u tried every other acne treatment out there you probably won't care about the sticky feeling you get when u use it. It is a little smelly, but nothing that will get in the way to clear skin. Of course it is a little itchy, or warm, it's getting ur pores cleaned. I can even feel the tingling on my face. The most important thing is to moisturize ur skin while using this. I will continue using and will update in a week.
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