Haven't heard of
Vitamin B5 Acne Treatment?
hasn't more been said about vitamin B5 by the medical community or
supplements for acne are still a relatively new trend in acne
treatment, only recently gaining popularity thanks mainly to
word-of-mouth gossip across the internet. Even with the recent
explosion of interest in vitamin B5, the rate of new users has been
stifled by the fact that most people are simply not willing to try a
vitamin regiment that requires taking 10-20 pills a day, even if it
does work. Luckily, Clear5 makes the vitamin B5 solution much
easier and therefore more accessible to a wider audience than in the
Not only is
vitamin B5 acne treatment a new trend, but oral acne treatments in
general are only now gaining interest from mainstream consumers. In
the past, it was thought that since acne surfaced on the skin, you
would have to treat your skin directly to get rid of it (topical
treatments). It has taken many long years of people suffering
through acne creams and cleansers that didn't work to finally
generate enough interest in alternative methods for taking out acne.
fact that using acne vitamins is a new and unique approach, there
are also some other factors contributing to the silence about
vitamin B5, most of them driven by economic incentives.
thing, vitamin B5 is a natural vitamin, and therefore cannot be
patented. This limits both the incentive to get the product FDA
approved and also the incentive to base a product line around an
active ingredient that other companies could simply copy.
notice an FDA disclaimer at the bottom of most of our pages. This
disclaimer is required for nearly all natural dietary supplements.
The fact is, getting a product approved by the FDA requires numerous
clinical studies, usually costing millions of dollars and spanning
multiple years. There is little reason for any company to go through
this costly and time consuming process for the sake of a product
that they cannot even patent.
vitamin B5 is simply too effective. It could potentially cost
mainstream sellers of topical acne treatments hundreds of millions
in sales every year.
world market for acne treatments brings in more than 2 billion
dollars per year, the vast majority of that money coming from sales
of topical treatments. The companies that sell these products would
stand to lose a LOT of money if vitamin B5 were to become common
knowledge. With the reduction of skin oil that results from vitamin
B5, most cleansers and toners would be rendered obsolete. A single
product such as Clear5 could replace "systems" of products that
require customers to spend more money and make ongoing purchases
from a specific brand. Simply put, vitamin B5 could change the face
of the industry, and there is always resistance to change,
especially when profits are at stake.
factors, vitamin B5 is gaining popularity. Some doctors are now
recommending it to their patients as an alternative to the
prescription drug Accutane, since B5 is known to have a similar
effect without the severe side effects. Word of mouth travels fast,
and we don't have to tell our customers to spread the word - they
can't help but talk about it once they see the results for
themselves. There is plenty of hard evidence to support the claims
that B5 cures acne, from Dr. Leung's study to countless unsolicited
testimonials from random users across the internet. The momentum is
building, so don't expect the silence over vitamin B5 acne
treatments to last for long.