Pomada De Azufre Sulfur Ointment By De La Cruz
- Pomada De Azufre 2.6 OZ
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Knowing that sulfur was effective in treating adult acne, and hormonal acne, I searched Amazon for sulfur acne products that might just be that miracle that I was wishing existed for my skin... I am so glad I ordered De La Cruz Sulfur Ointment! 1. It was so cheap I thought it was worth a shot! 2. After the extensive research I have conducted, the ingredients seemed to make sense for acne treatment. 3. Um... It was under eight dollars!
I do read the reviews, but I am judicious in forming my own opinion. I believed the positive reviews seemed more detailed and the explanations were clearly thought out. The negative reviews often talked about teens or people who maybe didn't follow the directions exactly as stated, or sulfur just wasn't the best ingredient for their treatment.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I never write reviews but people need to know this stuff really does work. I hace cyetic acne. Ive delt with it all my life it seems. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Amazon Customer
Amazing as a spot treatment on days that you can stay inside and leave a big glob on a pimple. It won't stay on over night (it doesn't dry, it remains creamy all day) so it's... Read morePublished 16 days ago by A.S.
This product is a life savior i usually read through reviews and see what people say about a product before I buy it so was reading through this and a lot of people said this... Read morePublished 21 days ago by Amazon Customer
Smells bad but works like a charm on pimples.This amount will last you for a long long time. Also don't get this on your sterling silver jewelry or it will tarnish.Published 23 days ago by Laura S.
I love love love this product, I started using sulfur products to terry and get rid of my adult acne. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Capt_jessie
Very helpful for the rosacea I get around my nose. My one complaint is that it is messy and if you are a face sleeper (like I am) a cream would work better than an ointment to stay... Read morePublished 1 month ago by mel
did not work half as well as all the hype. it's a good thing it was cheap.Published 1 month ago by Cocoa Love