Most medication, including Proactive acne cream, bought or prescribed in the Western world is wasted. I say that not because it is dispensed for the wrong conditions, but because we, the patients, either don’t take the medication at all or we only part-complete the course and end up throwing the rest away.
So the proactive acne cream free trial makes good business sense for the guys at Proactive…….It means they are sharing the risk with you.
Now I probably don’t need to tell you that medicines are expensive – Proactive Acne treatment for example is as much as $60 a shot, so…..
…Why would we end up wasting more drugs than we use?
There are a number of reasons that a patient would take the time, and spend the money, to go and see his/her doctor and then not take their medicine as prescribed, it is a very complicated area and is much investigated by researchers – the main reason seems to be tied up in the doctor/patient relationship.
What is more interesting for us to look at today is why we never seem to finish a course of medication, and there seems to be a number of reasons for this. To start with, we tend to visit our doctors when we are suffering. Sometimes we know something is wrong, but in general we only make an appointment to see a doctor when the ailment or condition discomforts us in some way – a good example of this is high blood pressure, it’s an asymptomatic condition which requires daily medication, but we have a bad tendency to forget to take our pills simply because we don’t feel ill.
In these circumstances we will treat our condition until the discomfort goes away and then stop, even if we haven’t finished all the medication we’ve been given. The same is true for acne. I’ve mentioned in a number of articles that you need to treat your acne every day if you want to (i) Control your acne (ii) Manage your acne long-term and prevent it coming back.
The other main reason patients give for not finishing their acne treatment is that the acne treatment they have chosen or been prescribed just isn’t working. This can cause some concern for health care professionals if enough time hasn’t been given for the treatment to work, but if the patient has used their acne cream for 4 – 6 weeks with little response then it is probably time for a change.
As I’ve said in previous articles, Proactive Acne Solution will not treat everyone successfully, no medication will. If you’ve just spent $40 – $60 on an acne treatment and it isn’t working you are rightly going to feel a little hacked off.
The guys at Proactive Solutions have given this issue a lot thought and have introduced a money-back guarantee if you decide that their proactive acne treatment isn’t for you. If you’ve tried their creams for 60 days and you are in any way unhappy with the outcome, all you need do is send back the bottle (even if they’re empty) with your original receipt and ask for a full refund – In effect a free trial, so what have you got to lose?