- 1 When can I cancel Curology?
- 2 How do I cancel my Curology free trial?
- 3 Can I have two Curology accounts?
- 4 How do I get a refund from Curology?
- 5 Is it easy to cancel Curology?
- 6 Can you stop using Curology?
- 7 Is Curology FDA approved?
- 8 Should I trust Curology?
- 9 Why did Curology stop working?
- 10 Does Curology make skin worse?
- 11 Does skin get worse after stopping Curology?
- 12 How long should I use Curology?
- 13 Do you apply Curology all over your face?
- 14 What can you not do with Curology?
- 15 Is Proactiv or Curology better?
- 16 Is Curology better than MDacne?
- 17 Is there anything better than Proactiv?
- 18 Is Curology Similar to Proactiv?
- 19 What is similar to Curology?
- 20 What does Curology do with your pictures?
When can I cancel Curology?
Curology is advising you to give it at least 90 days into your Curology membership before considering canceling your service. It can take up to two to three months for your skin to react to any medication.
How do I cancel my Curology free trial?
How to cancel Curology
- Log into your Curology account.
- Go to your payment page under the dropdown menu.
- Click on ‘I want to cancel‘ at the bottom of the page.
- Complete the follow up questions.
- Provide a reason for cancelling.
- Confirm the cancellation.
Can I have two Curology accounts?
You are limited to one active User Account and You may not use the Website account of any other Curology or Agency user at any time.
How do I get a refund from Curology?
You must contact email@example.com to cancel your subscription and request a refund at any time on or before the 90th day after the completion of your treatment plan, including the day the consultation is completed.
Is it easy to cancel Curology?
It’s hassle-free. You can cancel your account on your own at any time. To begin the cancellation process, click ‘I want to cancel‘ at the bottom of your payment page. (You can access your payment page via the dropdown menu when logged in to your Curology account).
Can you stop using Curology?
Can I stop using Curology if my skin is clear? As much as we wish there were, there’s no magic, guaranteed one-time cure that will clear your skin. Unfortunately, many members find that if they stop using Curology once their skin clears up, their old acne will start sneaking back in. Don’t let it!
Is Curology FDA approved?
Is Curology FDA approved? The ingredients used in their formulas are all FDA approved.
Should I trust Curology?
Would definitely recommend! Honestly like every normal human being a was a little skeptical about starting curology. I had been struggling with acne for 6 years tried everything I could over the counter and never saw a difference. After long consideration I decided to try it as i had already tried everything.
Why did Curology stop working?
There are a few possible reasons why your efforts to get rid of acne with your custom Curology formula might not seem to be working: You’re using too much and/or too often. You’re using too little and/or not often enough.
Does Curology make skin worse?
So if you notice your skin breaking out more in your first few weeks of using Curology, don’t be alarmed: it’s not uncommon to see an uptick in breakouts when starting any new acne medication. Counterintuitive as it may seem, this is evidence that the acne-fighting ingredients are doing their job!
Does skin get worse after stopping Curology?
Does Curology make your skin worse before it gets better? Yes, “purging”—aka a temporary breakout caused by adding actives like retinoids and acids to your skincare routine—is a possibility, but it doesn’t happen for everyone.
How long should I use Curology?
If you’re a Curology member, you can consult with your provider at any time! Stick to a consistent skincare routine. Unfortunately, making frequent changes to your routine won’t bring any quick fixes. Keep your routine simple and stick with it for at least two months!
Do you apply Curology all over your face?
Wondering how to apply your Curology formula? Apply a thin layer of your medication to your face (and neck, if applicable) with your fingertips, and rub in gently. Use just enough to cover the areas you need. Using more than recommended may cause irritation and slow your progress!
What can you not do with Curology?
Q: What should I avoid in my first few weeks of using Curology?
- Over-the-counter acne products.
- AHA (alpha-hydroxy acids, such as glycolic acid, lactic acid, etc.)
- BHA (beta-hydroxy acid, such as salicylic acid)
- Vitamin C.
- Physical exfoliators (rotating devices such as Clarisonic)
- Benzoyl peroxide.
Is Proactiv or Curology better?
Both Proactiv and Curology use effective ingredients that can give you clearer, healthier-looking skin. However, because Proactiv has three different lines, it’s better suited to address a range of skincare needs. When you choose Proactiv, you won’t have to mix and match.
Is Curology better than MDacne?
The active ingredients used by MDacne are benzoyl peroxide, salicylic acid, retinol, and niacinamide. Curology products include azelaic acid and retinoic acid to help with comedones and whiteheads but are less effective than benzoyl peroxide and salicylic acid for inflamed acne pimples.
Is there anything better than Proactiv?
Olay Fresh Effects Clear Skin Acne Solutions System (salicylic acid) Neutrogena Complete Acne Therapy System (benzoyl peroxide and salicylic acid) La Roche-Posay Effaclar Acne System (benzoyl peroxide and salicylic acid) Clean and Clear Advantage Acne Control Kit (benzoyl peroxide and salicylic acid)
Is Curology Similar to Proactiv?
Proactiv formulates its product with micro-crystal benzoyl peroxide, while Curology and Hers are able to deliver prescription-strength solutions. All three have created a system that uses ingredients that work together, removing the guesswork of what products to use for which skin care concern, and when to use them.
What is similar to Curology?
Musely Face-Rx offers prescription skin care at your fingertips. It’s similar to Curology in that you can order their treatments online, but what’s unique about the app is its eNurse check-up program, which allows you to monitor your treatment results by submitting “progress selfies.” I love this feature!
What does Curology do with your pictures?
Any photos or videos you see of other Curology members on our website or social media pages are posted by the members themselves or are taken specifically for marketing purposes with the members’ consent. No private photos or information will ever be posted by Curology.