Truth
Its time everyone knew the truth about cream and liquid blemish removers. The best you can hope for is fading of the blemish. But its still noticeable. We offer complete removal. Once removed you can't even tell the blemish was there. This is the most effective product you can buy{1}. People spend over a billion dollars a year on creams and liquids to remove their blemishes that doctors say are not effective at all (1) Over the counter whitening or fading creams  don't work (3) How these companies stay in business is beyond us. Companies rely on great marketing, false claims and phony testimonials to sell their products. If even one worked as well as Freeze Therapy or lasers it would be all over the Internet. (see quotes from doctors below)  Not even one works to peoples satisfaction. If their products worked they would have a page full of before and after photo's like we do, but they don't. You're lucky if one picture is displayed. This is a dead giveaway. The best that can be hoped for from these products is partial removal, however its still noticeable. Some fade creams fade the blemish but also lighten the skin around the blemish (4) Some leave pits or scars in the skin and cause scaring(2) most all are a waste of money. People get discouraged when they spend $100-$300 on several creams and liquids with marginal results and think only a doctor can help them. That's when they come to us. Our product uses Freeze Therapy just like the doctor uses however our product is safe for home use. How much is it worth to remove a facial blemish that detracts from an otherwise nice looking appearance? In this business you must listen to the doctors. If creams worked doctors would use them, and they don't because they don't work to anyone's satisfaction.
Why aren't their more complaints about these products?
Because companies pay to have complaints suppressed!  All complaints are pushed to the back pages of search results and you never see them. Yes, it's done all the time. But this is also your tip off. It probably means that the company has many complaints. We do not use these companies. With us, what you see is what you get. We even leave up the fake posters who make harmful post about us trying to convince people our produce doesn't work. Well, freeze therapy has worked for Dermatologists for over 60 years and it will work for you.

You don't have to put up with products that don't work. Request a refund. If they don't want to talk to you...this is very common...contact  the bank that issued your credit card and they will get your money back.

Is a companies product worth buying?
Does it  work?

Do a search on Google. Can't find ANYTHING about the product? That's because disreputable companies hire companies who can suppress all negative information. That's right, you never see it. Why don't these companies joint the Better Business Bureau?
Because you can't suppress the quotes from customers. So that's how these companies deceive the public and sell products they know are not effective.

Truth
Is a companies product worth buying?
Does it  work?

Do a search on Google. Can't find ANYTHING about the product? That's because disreputable companies hire companies who can suppress all negative information. That's right, you never see it. Why don't these companies joint the Better Business Bureau?
Because you can't suppress the quotes from customers. So that's how these companies deceive the public and sell products they know are not effective.

Its time everyone knew the truth about cream and liquid blemish removers. The best you can hope for is fading of the blemish. But its still noticeable. With our product, once removed you can't even tell the blemish was ever there. This is the most effective product you can buy {1}. People spend over a billion dollars a year on creams and liquids to remove their blemishes that doctors say are not effective at all (1) Over the counter whitening or fading creams  don't work (3) How these companies stay in business is beyond us. Companies rely on great marketing, false claims and phony testimonials to sell their products. If even one worked as well as Freeze Therapy or lasers it would be all over the Internet. (see quotes from doctors below)  Not even one works to peoples satisfaction. If their products worked they would have a page full of before and after photo's like we do, but they don't. You're lucky if one picture is displayed. This is a dead giveaway. The best that can be hoped for from these products is partial removal, however its still noticeable. Some fade creams fade the blemish but also lighten the skin around the blemish (4) Some leave pits or scars in the skin and cause scaring(2) most all are a waste of money. People get discouraged when they spend $100-$300 on several creams and liquids with marginal results and think only a doctor can help them. That's when they come to us. Our product uses Freeze Therapy just like the doctor uses however our product is safe for home use. How much is it worth to remove a facial blemish that detracts from an otherwise nice looking appearance? In this business you must listen to the doctors. If creams worked doctors would use them, and they don't because they don't work to anyone's satisfaction.
Why aren't their more complaints about these products?
Because companies pay to have complaints suppressed!  All complaints are pushed to the back pages of search results and you never see them. Yes, it's done all the time. But this is also your tip off. It probably means that the company has many complaints. We do not use these companies. With us, what you see is what you get. We even leave up the fake posters who make harmful post about us trying to convince people our produce doesn't work. Well, freeze therapy has worked for Dermatologists for over 60 years and it will work for you.


You don't have to put up with products that don't work. Request a refund. If they don't want to talk to you...this is very common...contact  the bank that issued your credit card and they will get your money back.


How to evaluate a blemish removing product.

Why is your product so expensive?

Its not expensive. Two treatment methods remove blemishes. Lasers and Freeze Therapy. Dermatologist can charge $500 for either treatment and this is for one office visit. Our Freeze therapy product is less than $100.
Our product is the most effective product you can buy. The product has a shelf life of five years. Any new blemishes that appears in the next five years will be treated and removed by our product. So, do you spend money on products that don't work or do you go for a product whose treatment method is FDA approved?


Please take a minute to read quotes from doctors
Free of Blemishes has been under constant attacks since we came out with our product in 2011. Check out the fraudulent photo Here

See what WebMD and Doctors say about blemish removal.

1. Lawrence E. Gibson, M.D.
Topical mole removal creams often contain bloodroot, which is a form of acid that dissolves the mole and may require repeat applications. Care must be taken not to get the cream onto any healthy skin to avoid damage. Even with repeated applications, the mole may still remain. People in forums have reported mixed results using mole removal creams so your success maybe variable depending on the size of the mole. Lawrence E. Gibson, M.D., a dermatologist answering questions at Mayo clinic.com,
doesn't feel creams are not effective at all.

http://www.empowher.com/moles/content/mole-removal-should-you-consider-using-cream

2. 'Sometimes mole-removal creams work, but they often remove more than just the mole. These creams can leave pits in your skin where the mole used to be, or they can cause scarring that's more noticeable than the mole itself. They can also make your skin more susceptible to infection, and by removing a mole yourself, you could miss the early warning signs of cancer"

http://health.howstuffworks.com/skin-care/problems/treating/mole-removal2.htm

3. Dr. Andrew Weil, M.D.
"I'm afraid there's no natural way to eliminate them (freckles, age spots) Over-the-counter whitening or "fading creams" don't work."

http://www.drweil.com/health-wellness/health-centers/aging-gracefully/eliminating-age-spots/

 
4. There are several over-the-counter and prescription skin bleaching agents available today. FYI, topical creams don't work for everyone. They can definitely lighten freckles, but they will also lighten all the skin around the freckles. Bleaching can also cause redness, drying, and peeling.

https://www.skinlaboratory.com/skin-conditions/sun-damage/


Why is your product so expensive?

Its not expensive. Two treatment methods remove blemishes. Lasers and Freeze Therapy. Dermatologist can charge $500 for either treatment. Our Freeze therapy product is less than $100.
Our product is the most effective product you can buy. The product has a shelf life of five years. Any new blemishes that appears in the next five years will be treated and removed by our product. So, do you spend money on products that don't work or do you go for a product whose treatment method is FDA approved?


How to evaluate a blemish removing product.

Please take a minute to read quotes from doctors
{1} http://www.surgeryencyclopedia
.com/Ce-fi/Cryotherapy.html


"Cryotherapy boast high success rates in permanently removing skin growths; even for malignant lisions such as squamous cell and basal cell cancers, studies have shown a cure rate of up to 98%." Click on the link above to see verification by doctors.


See what WebMD and Doctors say about blemish removal.

(1).  Lawrence E. Gibson, M.D.
Topical mole removal creams often contain bloodroot, which is a form of acid that dissolves the mole and may require repeat applications. Care must be taken not to get the cream onto any healthy skin to avoid damage. Even with repeated applications, the mole may still remain. People in forums have reported mixed results using mole removal creams so your success maybe variable depending on the size of the mole. Lawrence E. Gibson, M.D., a dermatologist answering questions at Mayo clinic.com,
doesn't feel creams are effective at all.

http://www.empowher.com/moles/content/mole-removal-should-you-consider-using-cream

(2).  'Sometimes mole-removal creams work, but they often remove more than just the mole. These creams can leave pits in your skin where the mole used to be, or they can cause scarring that's more noticeable than the mole itself. They can also make your skin more susceptible to infection, and by removing a mole yourself, you could miss the early warning signs of cancer"

http://health.howstuffworks.com/skin-care/problems/treating/mole-removal2.htm

(3). Dr. Andrew Weil, M.D.
"I'm afraid there's no natural way to eliminate them (freckles, age spots) Over-the-counter whitening or "fading creams" don't work."

http://www.drweil.com/health-wellness/health-centers/aging-gracefully/eliminating-age-spots/

 
(4).  There are several over-the-counter and prescription skin bleaching agents available today. FYI, topical creams don't work for everyone. They can definitely lighten freckles, but they will also lighten all the skin around the freckles. Bleaching can also cause redness, drying, and peeling.

https://www.skinlaboratory.com/skin-conditions/sun-damage/

(5).  "Age spots usually need to be removed by freezing, burning, with a laser or peeling them off. No cream will really do much at all. Sincerely, David Hansen,MD"

https://www.realself.com/question/otc-cream-effect-removing-brown-spots-years-sun-bathing



Click on the link above. Cryotherapy boast high success rates in permanently removing skin growths; even for malignant lisions such as squamous cell and basal cell cancers, studies have shown a cure rate of up to 98%. (Your results may vary)
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{1} http://www.surgeryencyclopedia
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"Cryotherapy boast high success rates in permanently removing skin growths; even for malignant lisions such as squamous cell and basal cell cancers, studies have shown a cure rate of up to 98%."