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Information on Bruunhause

Bruunhause is supposed to be another miraculous cure intended for use by all those who suffer from acne. Acne is among the most common skin related medical conditions but it is also one of the most annoying ones. It is fairly easy to get frustrated because of all those “miraculous” remedies which turn out to be everything else but efficient. The manufacturers of Bruunhause claim that their product is the strongest acne serum in the world, but one cannot help but question the actual trueness of such claims. Did they actually test their product against all other different products? Was it a scientific study or just a plain marketing trick just to sell more units?

Strangely enough, there is no “ingredients” page on the official Bruunhause manufacturer’s website. It is not very wise to buy any products or medicaments without knowing the exact ingredients contained in it. A person may be allergic to some ingredients, and without knowing which ingredients are contained there is a potential risk of allergic reactions. One cannot help but notice that a 2.2 oz bottle of Bruunhause cost 107 dollars! That easily places this remedy at the top of the list of the most expensive acne treatments, excluding the surgery option. Before getting to the actual content of the serum, a potential consumer is faced with no ingredients data, ridiculously high price for an unreasonably small amount of serum and several false claims.

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Once the person starts digging deeper, he or she stumbles upon the claims that the labs who manufacture this product are the cutting edge of acne research but there are no ways of proving that. It is clear that the manufacturer does not provide any support for any of the bold claims concerning their product. There is also a certain “bhatologist” which is a specialist known for recommending Bruunhause. It is impossible to find any relevant information on such a person anywhere on the internet! What else should be said of the credential, or the lack of them? The Testimonials do not provide any usable information and the term “source acne theory” is nothing but a catchy sounding, marketing plot. The only ingredient which is actually mentioned is called hydronium. It is a type of ion which can be found in all water based solutions. Even after all these disappointing facts, it is saddening to know that the manufacturer of this remedy does not offer a money back guarantee.

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