About Broda Skincare
Broda Skincare manufactures several different mild—but effective—anti-acne treatments that are claimed to give you clean and smooth skin without flaking or peeling. According to the company’s website, all of their products feature their “award winning delivery system,” which includes built-in moisturizers.
Broda Skincare is not listed with the Better Business Bureau, and legitimate online reviews (e.g. those from real customers) are non-existent. However, the Broda Skincare domain was only registered in September 2013, and most of the associated videos we found were uploaded in mid-November that same year, which could explain the lack of available information.
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As relates to salicylic acid (the only active ingredient in Broda Skincare products) in general, most consumer complaints reference increased sensitivity to sunlight, and skin irritation. As a result, most physicians recommend adding additional sunscreen to areas where salicylic acid has been applied prior to venturing outdoors.
How Broda Skincare Works
Broda Skincare claims that it is developed by leading scientists and uses a “breakthrough, super molecular drug delivery system” in their treatments that effectively clears acne for any type of skin, without the usual dryness or irritation. (However, this claim is not supported in any way on the company’s website.) They also claim to help you eliminate blackheads and whiteheads, without the appearance of white blotches, or exposing your clothes to bleach-like chemicals.
The primary active ingredient in Broda Skincare products is 2% salicylic acid (BHA), which penetrates your pores to address any existing pimples, while simultaneously preventing future ones from occurring. This is delivered via a water-based, alcohol-free clear gel that can provide relief in as little as one hour.
Broda Skincare treatments are claimed to be the most “simple, mild, and effective” anti-acne regimen available. In fact, the process for using the Spa Treatment Mask can be summarized in 2 simple steps:
- Apply to your face.
- Gently rinse with warm water.
On the other hand, the spot treatments can be left in place for the remainder of the day. This is due to the fact the gel is applied in small amounts, and the salicylic acid content is only at 2%, which typically doesn’t cause problems for the majority of users.
For best results, apply the Broda Skincare Spa Treatment Mask at least twice per day, and leave it on for at least five minutes. Afterward, wash the treatment off using warm water. In some instances, the mask can even be left on overnight. For the spot treatment, simply apply to the area needed, and leave on for the remainder of the day.
Broda Skincare Pricing & Refund Policy
Broda Skincare products are not available in stores, and can only be purchased directly through the company’s website. For $19.99, plus $6.95 shipping and handling, their trial offer comes with:
- 1 tube of Acne Spa Treatment Mask
- 1 tube of Spot Treatment
- 1 On-the-Go Spot Treatment pen
All Broda Skincare products come with a 30-day money back guarantee, less shipping and handling charges. In order to initiate the process, we would recommend contacting customer service at 866-595-3723 or email@example.com, although full return details can be found here.
In addition, if you’d like to receive 100% of your money back, you can send your success story to the company. Then, if you’re eventually featured on the Broda Skincare website, you’ll be rewarded with a full refund.
Bottom Line: Is Broda Skincare a Scam?
With all this in mind, is Broda Skincare a scam? Based on our research, there’s simply not enough data available to make an informed decision. Here’s why:
- New company without any verifiable third-party information,
- New product without any legitimate online reviews,
- The company is not listed on, or rated with, the Better Business Bureau, and
- There is no information provided as to where the product is manufactured, or under what conditions.
With this in mind, the only active ingredient in Broda Skincare products is salicylic acid, which has been used for a while in the fight against acne. During this time, it’s generally been shown to be safe, with only mild side effects.
Ultimately though, if you decide to use Broda Skincare products, you should consult with your dermatologist beforehand.
2 out 2 people found this review helpful
I have used Broda for a week. I already have less acne and my skin is not dried out.
Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend