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Zapne Review - Does It Work?

Zapne has been raising a lot of interest in the scientific community as of late. It touts a new technology that can help treat acne, as an alternative to antibiotics.

If you want to watch the video review for Zapne, check it out here.

Zapne claims to be "natural, non-synthetic", it "produces no material side effects, requires only a single 15-minute weekly application, and produces visible results quickly, in some cases after only one or a few applications".

Essentially, the product comes with 4 weeks of treatments, at one treatment per week, so 4 total treatments. It comes with a salicylic acid face wipe, as well as a pre-measured mask. The mask includes nutrient-rich plant extracts including Natural Sericin, Natural Brown Seaweed, and Organic selections of Green Tea, Ginger Root, Chamomile and Aloe Vera. The product contains anti-microbials, enzymes, vitamins, and minerals, but it is allegedly its unique delivery system that harnesses the power of spicules from the Russian sponge that does most of the heavy lifting. This apparently restores the follicle, calms acne, and reduces associated scarring.

One of the main ingredients in the Zapne mask is hydrogen peroxide (H2O2). You may be familiar with it, as it is commonly used to prevent infections in wounds.

Many skin infections are caused by anaerobic bacteria - they cannot grow in the presence of oxygen (like P. acnes bacteria, on