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  • 12 Good & Bad Products For Acne
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  • The Best: No. 6: Clinique Acne Solutions Clarifying Lotion
    Reasons: This medicated toner helps control breakouts caused by hormones and stress. It doesn't leave your face feeling dried out. Even those who have tried everything and nothing worked claim this product is like a miracle.
  • No. 5: The Body Shop Tea Tree Oil
    Reasons: Just a dab with a Q-tip is all it takes for my pimples to be drastically reduced overnight. This is definitely a must for normal or combination skin, and best of all it's all natural.
  • No. 4: Peter Thomas Roth Gentle Complexion Correction Pads
    Reasons: The pads smell great, clear up acne, soften up lines and get your skin glowy. They are a bit drying when used with other glycolic products, but using them only two times per week is a good fix.
  • No. 3: Dr. Hauschka Normalizing Day Oil
    Reasons: It may seem counterintuitive to put oil on oily skin but it keeps your face from getting too oily. Many really wanted a way to get rid of their blackheads and this completely did it after using regularly for eight weeks.
  • No. 2: Prescriptives Acne Defense Serum
    Reasons: Your search is over for an acne serum salicylic acid, algae, oat and green tea-filled formula. Right away it started clearing up a breakout that was caused by another product. Many have very sensitive skin and it really worked for them.
  • No. 1: DermalogicamediBac Clearing Sebum Clearing Masque
    Reasons: Many love Dermalogica, and particularly praise this product for working harder on adult oil and congestion. Their skin started to clear up without drying effects. They use the cleanser, skin prep scrub, masque and toner from this particular line and their skin has transformed.
  • The Worst: No. 6: Proactiv Repairing Lotion
    Reasons: Open the bottle and you'll instantly smell the chemicals of the strong medicinal-scented lotion. Many were very disappointed in this product since many different celebrities have endorsed and guaranteed that it will work. Their skin dried out and peeled. People with more sensitive skin should stay away.
  • No.5: Murad Exfoliating Acne Treatment Gel
    Reasons: Many tried this retinol, salicylic and glycolic-filled gel along with the rest of the Murad acne kit. It felt like your skin was burning off every time you used it. After using the kit for three months your skin will get worse and worse.
  • No. 4: Clean & Clear Advantage Invisible Acne Patch
    Reasons: Many hoped this would be a wonder product but were disappointed when by midday the patch began to peel off and look worse than a simple zit. Their pimple did not go away faster; it actually seemed like it didn't help at all. It does work like a miracle at night.
  • No. 3: University Medical Acne Free Clear Skin Treatments
    Reasons: The biggest complaint about this anti-acne kit is that the texture of its components. There are teeny, tiny little gritty bits in the lotion, like you'd find in an exfoliating cleanser. The cleanser feels rather wimpy doesn't really feel like you're getting a deep down clean. Bottom line don't use this product.
  • No. 2: Benefit boo boo zap!
    Reasons: This salicylic acid and camphor-infused product will not dry out the zit. Unfortunately it dried out theskin till it felt like parchment. Many don't feel it is worth $20.
  • No. 1: The Body Shop Tea Tree Oil Blemish Stick
    Reasons: This tea tree oil-based product. It is all natural and not tested on animals. But it didn't do zilch for your pimples. Many guess it's back to Oxy and animal testing.
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