Yay or Nay? Undecided yet.
(Update: Nay! I stopped it already since it’s a bit pricey to have as a beauty regimen and I don’t see great improvements. I just updated my face care routine with Witch Hazel toner instead of Pond’s/Eskinol toner.)
I’ve seen the TV commercial and the Facebook ads. I got curious since I suffer from oily skin and the occasional pimples especially during PMS (Sigh, cystic acne can go fck themselves. Seriously. They leave nasty dark spots, too). I read the sponsored blog posts, too, so I got a bit skeptic.
It claims (from the Unilab website) to be anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory, and anti-oxidant. It also says that “Lactezin is a natural and safe alternative or complementary therapy for the treatment of acne containing Lactoferrin, Vitamin E and Zinc.”
I’ve been taking these caps (slightly smaller than average capsules but still bigger than an Immodium capsule) for almost a month now. After the first day of taking this, I woke up to a darker facial skin tone. I saw an FB comment from the Lactezin FB page asking why she got a darker skin tone, too. Lol no direct answer from the page, only advising her that she’ll see improved results after a few weeks or she may also talk to a physician if she’s unsure of taking the pill.
I continued to see a slightly darker facial skin tone after a few more days and with still oily skin. But now 3 weeks after, I can see less oiliness from my skin. But, I still suffer from PMS cystic acne (Damn it. Thank God for acne stickers!) I guess this supplement doesn’t really help with hormonal pimples. But let’s see, I plan to take this for two months. (Update: I stopped at almost 4 weeks because I don’t see great changes. I just updated my face care routine and Witch Hazel works great for me. Even my roommate liked Witch Hazel, too!)
If I don’t get any satisfactory results, I’ll have to stop taking it because these caps are costing me P40/day (It is priced at P20 per capsule). But it’s actually cheaper than AcneCare brand if you compare and compute prices.
The Lactezin capsules are available in Watsons and Mercury Drug Stores.