Today I would like to raise a topic that you often ask about on the blog: what do I think about acne pills.
When I was struggling with acne, I caught up with everything, I also used Cera Nova and Visaxinum tablets, which can be found in the pharmacy without a prescription.
Let's look at the compositions of these two supplements:
pansy herb, zinc, vitamin C (ascorbic acid), vitamin B1 (thiamin), vitamin B2 (riboflavin), vitamin B6 (pyridoxine), vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin), folic acid, vitamin PP (niacin)
vitamin B6 (pyridoxine), green tea extract, zinc, vitamin PP (niacin), dandelion root extract, lactoferrin, tricolor violet extract
In both supplements we find vitamin. B6, as well as vit. PP. In addition, Cera Nova includes wit. C, folic acid, pansy herb, vit. B1 and others. When using this type of supplement, you must remember that we already take a certain dose of vitamins, so taking additional supplements with this particular vitamin can cause hypervitaminosis.
I started my adventure with Cera Nova when the supplement became very popular on the market. Frequent advertising, promises of smooth skin meant that I had to buy it. I used the product for several months, not noticing the spectacular effects. In addition, the supplement was not the cheapest. At the beginning of application, an increased rash may appear due to the herb pansy and zinc. Especially after zinc supplements, I usually have a terrible rash.
Then came the time for Visaxinum, which, like Cera Nova did nothing, even though I also used it for several months.
In my opinion, these products are not worth using. It is much cheaper if we buy zinc, phosphorus and vitamin. PP and we will swallow them every day for one tablet. In addition, I also recommend drinking tea with pansy (Note: at the beginning it may be rash. It is a natural skin cleansing process).
Have you used any of the above supplements? How are the effects?