The Keracnyl cream comes in a small white cardboard box, with all the information written on it, similar to a majority of pharmacy-purchased skin care for acne. Once you open the box, you will find the product container and a leaflet with instructions for use, counter effects etc.
The cream is contained in a white opaque squeezy tube, with a plastic tip that will allow the product to be dispersed in small quantities. On the tube you will find the brand logo, the name of the product and some directions for use.
Overall the packaging is simple and easy to carry, being small and light.
Texture and color:
This is a white cream, very light, that is quickly absorbed by the skin and once dry, it will create a barrier between the skin and the outside.
This product doesn’t contain any perfume or fragrance, and has virtually no smell, except for the chemical smell which only lasts a few seconds.
Apply the product on your cleansed skin by moving your fingers in circular movements to facilitate absorption. It is recommended to use this product twice a day, morning and evening, if your skin is particularly prone to zits and pimples.
The brand claims Keracnyl Control helps eliminate the appearance of blackheads and spots thanks to its patented Myrtacine innovation which allegedly targets the bacteria responsible for spots. As a result, skin is left smooth and mattified from the first use and blemishes are significantly reduced after a few weeks of use. It also helps successfully reduce the appearance of blackheads.
After using Keracncyl Control for a week, the improvement on the skin is noticeable. Less blackheads, and the skin is matte and smooth. The product successfully fulfilling its use as it was specifically formulated for acne-prone skin. Keracnyl control helps prevent zits and blackheads, and helps eliminate the ones that dare manifest. Overall, this product is quite useful and will help you get a nicer, better looking skin.
However, we found that the cream might cause dryness in some instances and so would need to be paired with a moisturiser to avoid dry skin. Pro tip: This product can also serve as an excellent make-up base.
The Ducray Keracnyl Control is priced at 26$ for 30ml which is more expensive than Bio-Acne Solution by Bioage, priced at 43$ for 60ml but less pricy than Avene’s Triacn̩éal Expert, found at 41$ for 30ml.