Pimples, be gone: The Acne List reviews DHT Block

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Let's be real, pimples are the worst. Whether it's acne, neck acne, feline acne, or even pimples on your cheeks, they can be totally frustrating and painful. That's why The Acne List is always on the lookout for new products to help manage that bad acne, and that's how we stumbled upon DHT Block.

DHT Block is a DHT blocker supplement that promises to keep your skin, hair, and hormonal balance in check. It's got natural ingredients like Dim, Astragalus Root, and Turmeric that work to help support proper follicular function and nourish your skin. Plus, it's vegan, so it's perfect for anyone who wants to keep their pimples on the down-low without harming animals.

But who is DHT Block actually good for? Well, if you suffer from mild acne, PCOS acne, or even breakout f, this might be the product for you. It's also great for anyone who wants to avoid home remedies for pimples and try a more comprehensive approach to managing their skin. And if you're like us and have experienced those flying exploding pimples, you'll definitely appreciate any help you can get.

But, as with any product, there are always pros and cons to consider. Here's a quick rundown:

- Natural ingredients
- Vegan
- Works to support hair growth and nourish skin
- Made in the USA

- Pricey
- Must take for a minimum of 90 days for best results

Overall, we think DHT Block is a solid choice for anyone looking to keep their skin and hair healthy. The vegan formula and natural ingredients make it a great choice for anyone who wants to avoid harsh chemicals. However, the price may be a bit steep for some, and the fact that it takes 90 days to see the best results might be a turn-off for those who want something more immediate.

Bottom line: DHT Block is a solid choice for anyone looking to nourish their skin and hair with natural ingredients, but it's not a quick fix and may be a bit pricey for some. We give it an 8/10.

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