Acne and wrinkles are some of the most embarrassing and sometimes even painful skin conditions that you can experience. While most of us have acne to some degree in our teenage years, some people experience a much more severe form of acne, and it can occur well into adulthood, leaving behind scars and causing premature wrinkles and irregular pigmentation.
Refissa is a prescription drug used to treat acne, wrinkles, and irregular pigmentation. It helps to peel the skin in the affected area and to unclog the pores. While not a cure for any of these conditions, it is considered to be an effective treatment and has been approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
How It Works
One thing I do want to mention with this drug is that you definitely need to take the warning about avoiding exposure to sunlight seriously. While you don’t have to quite become a hermit, you will find that sunglasses, hats, and other protective clothing are a must if you are going to be outside for any length of time and that sunscreen is an absolute necessity as well. There weren’t a lot of what I would consider side effects, although the drug is designed to peel away the skin, so slight stinging, peeling, and even crusting is possible, but usually not bothersome.
Refissa comes in three different forms, including gel, liquid, and cream. It is typically used anywhere from daily to once every few days. Your doctor will tell you the best way to use the drug. As to whether or not Refissa works, the answer is certainly yes, but we wanted to see what other users thoughts. There are certainly a few who initially worried about the crusting and peeling of the skin, but reaction to the overall result has been favorable.
User Reviews of Refissa
Likewise, there are many who wish that the product was not prescription only, but because it contains drugs with potential side effects and is not designed for everyone, the need for prescriptions makes sense. One word many patients used to describe their result was “astonishing”.
As mentioned, Refissa is available only with a prescription from your doctor. The price of Refissa is dictated by the type of insurance you have, and the pharmacy from which you obtain it.
Overall, we would have to recommend Refissa. The product is certainly backed by medical science and had to undergo clinical trials and studies to gain FDA approval. Users seem more than satisfied, and in all the product is showing to be an excellent treatment for a variety of skin conditions including wrinkles and hyperpigmentation.