Acure Organics Beauty Products & Reviews - MIRA

Best Acure Organics Products

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Good for dry skin

"...dry hair, dry skin, and i even put it around my eyes before bed and it leaves them looking less stressed in the morning..."

- Thrivemarket User

" feels like a scrub so it exfoliates dead/dry skin and helps keep typical acne under control..."

- Thrivemarket User
"it keeps skin soft, smooth, hydrated, and assists in diminishing the appearance of fine lines"
- Birchbox User
"this definitely helps with fine lines and also helps moisturize your hair"
- Luckyvitamin User
Good for dry skin

"...great for extra dry skin..."

- Vitacost User

" skin is very dry and i can feel it absorb into the moisturizer i've already used..."

- Vitacost User
"it has no added chemicals and leaves my face feeling hydrated and moisturized"
- Vitacost User
"i use it twice a day and it keeps my skin hydrated and naturally glowing"
- Target User
Good for sensitive skin

"...after years of using alcohol-filled toners to clear my acne and control my skin's oil production i decided to try something more soothing and natural and it has truly made all the ..."

- Birchbox User

"...i use this product daily, but at night i use it on the area i have a pimple and it does wonders without any acne medication..."

- Birchbox User
acnegood for acne
"keeps the oils of your ski in check, prevents break outs, helps with evening out the tone of your skin, and is an absolute must in your beauty routine"
- Birchbox User
"no new breakouts"
- Drugstore User

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Ana Sayan
combinationCombination Skin

Hello 👋🏼 So this is more of a public announcement for anyone who suffers from acne and none of the products that are marketed towards us “problematic skin people” seem to work for you! I’m 25 and I’ve suffered from acne since high school. I tried proactive, bioclear, Mario badescue, curology, over the counter, my grandmas home remedies... y’all know you get desperate to find something that works. And although some products like curology assisted me in some areas, it never really worked completely. Which is all added frustration and stress leading to more acne! About 8 months ago I started going to this esthetician, I really wanted microneedling because my OCD gets the best of me and I do pick at my face... which is bad I know, I get it... I’ve heard it, read it, understand the science behind it but I still sometimes have no self control. I started doing microneedling and saw a HUGE improvement to my skins texture. She also helped me find products that would work for me. After years of searching for the perfect routine I think I might have stumbled across what works for me and I’m hoping by sharing, this might work for others! Face wash: I found the trick is to switch up products. I use 4-5 different face washes so my skin doesn’t... I guess grow immune to just one. I use CeraVe sensitive skin, philosophy everyday micro scrub, Tula cleanser, acne free cleanser, and baking soda. I also use those rubber facial scrubs and I can’t dry my face with a towel (harbors too much bacteria). I either have to use paper towels or a small face towel only once a day. I don’t use all cleansers at once that would probably burn my skin off hahaha but on days I don’t have issues I’ll use Tula or CeraVe and sometimes I’ll mix a little baking soda in them. The acne free I’ll use when I see some pimples (usually around my menstrual cycle or stressful weeks). And then the ordinary whenever I want some tiny bead action 2-3 times a week. Of course you gatta follow with a spray/ toner. I use 3 different ones also interchanging to fit my skin. I use Mario badescue green tea spray, witch hazel, and a toner my esthetician gave me. I wash my face twice a day morning and when I come home from work and take my makeup off. Mornings: I follow my toner with mad hippie antioxidant oil and my eltaMD acne prone skin spf. Nights: I also use mad hippie antioxidant and also switch it up between a few things like the ordinary niacinamide (also sometimes use in the am), and Acure brilliantly brightening night cream. Spot treatment: Zincofax, it sounds weird but baby diaper rash cream with zinc is amazing... it helps with inflammation and discoloration. So yeah I’ve been putting butt cream on my face. Masks: China white clay, Aztec clay, and baking soda masks! And of course maybe make an appointment with an esthetician who can do microneedling and high frequency facials and pick at your face in a professional matter hahaha and then give you an oxygen treatment which helps kill bacteria and helps your skin heal faster! I’ve also been taking magnesium powder lemon and raspberry flavored, to purge toxins from the inside out. The first 3 months were worse... my skin purged and I also found out magnesium will make you poop but I had a tablespoon every morning for months and it not only helps with purging your skin but it also helps with anxiety. If you’re still reading, I know this was a lot to read but I hope something in this long message helps you out! Best of luck 💜

Desarea Kidd
combinationCombination Skin
Thank you from an Esthetician. It sucks for us sometimes seeing all these people struggling with acne and spending loads of money on different products, but not considering seeing an Esthetician. So glad you had a great experience 🙌🏻
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Yoshi R
oilyOily Skin

Has anyone tried Aveeno Hydrating Gel Cleanser or Acure Brightening Cleansing Gel?

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Jessica Helms
dryDry Skin

Has anyone tried any skincare products from the brand Acure? If so, would you recommend any of their products?

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