Vitacure B5 Review

Vitacure B5

Claiming to be “the only non-prescription acne treatment proven to work in medical studies”, Vitacure B5 must have forgotten about products based on benzyl peroxide, salicylic acid, or tea tree oil. They also claim that it meets and beats USP standards. The USP is the United States Pharmacopeia, which doesn’t do anything. They have guidelines, not standards, and there is no way for them to actually enforce or endorse any entity. While vitamin B5, otherwise known as pantothenic acid, can cause acne as a sign of deficiencies, there are quite a few others that can do the same thing, and deficiencies only account for some of the common causes of acne. Vitacure B5 does not actually name any of the other potential ingredients, leading us to believe they don’t have any. We would not suggest this solution that only targets a small amount of the population, if that.

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