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The Best Clay Blemish Treatments For Acne-Prone, Sensitive Skin

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Xanthe Hoover
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Does anyone have any acne treatment suggestions for a gal with combination skin that’s also really sensitive? I’ve been trying to find products, but either they don’t work or bruise my skin. 😅  #sensitive #combination #sensitiveskin #combinationskin

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KaylaMacLean
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Hi!! i have the same type of skin i use a Korean skin care brand called “chok chick” it’s gentle but good for acne and combo skin!!

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KaylaMacLean
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@Xanthe Hoover i got mine at shoppers drug mary if you have one where you live i know you can also get it at ulta

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Xanthe Hoover
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@KaylaMacLean thank you! Where do you find it?

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Allissa Hutchins
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has anyone used this? i’ve used it probably 2 or 3 times on my face but i was just curious if anyone had a long term review of it? it also says for acne prone skin and mine DEFINITELY is, does anyone know if it actually helps prevent it? thanks! :)

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𝓈𝑜𝓅𝒽𝒾𝒶
Combination Skin IconCombination Skin

If you would want something more for your acne I would use something like this. When my skin would breakout first of all I would lay off makeup for a bit then I would use this everyday once a day and it helped my skin! but i am not a serious acne person my skin has always been a little bit smoother than most

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Elizabeth Murphy
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i have oily, acne-prone skin and want to revamp my entire skincare routine because nothing is working anymore, does anyone have any suggestions on face washes, toners, moisturizers or spot treatments?

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Juliza Arroyo
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SAME. My skin is also extremely sensitive so a lot of products don’t work for me. I’m allergic to fragrance and certain ingredients cause my skin to inflame and break out more. I will say that I spend more money on skincare than I do makeup. A great cleaners is Youth to the People Superfood cleanser, a good drugstore option is the Simple Water Boost Sensitive Skin Micellar Facial Gel Wash (Walmart). Toner wise, my fave (and holy grail skincare brand) is the CosRX Green Tea calming pads. CosRX is K beauty brand and it’s very affordable with amazing results. I apply this right after I rinse off my face, or hop out of the shower. I apply it while my face is still wet just because it stops your skin from feeling tight and helps your skin retain the water and moisture on your face (for a quick purchase, Walmart app. For cheaper, YesStyle). Lastly, my fave moisturizer is also by CosRX and it’s the Green Tea Aqua Soothing Gel (yesstyle) it’s lightweight, leaves the skin nice and soft, and doesn’t have any irritating or harsh ingredients. As a disclaimer, I’m also taking Curology. It’s a slow progress, but it’s giving me that boost my acne needed because working out, drinking 100-120 ounces of water, eating healthy, and keeping up with my skincare did not clear it up. Results from just the skin care routine may work better for you if you don’t have extremely sensitive skin like myself. Finally what to watch out for: 1. Avoid the Mario Badescu, it’s aimed at teens and it’s full of non-beneficial skin care ingredients with fragrances that irritate more than harm. Also, make sure that your moisturizing your skin. 2. A common misconception is that oily skin is already moisturized from the oil production. This is false. While oily skin is better in the long run than dry, painfully cracked and irritated skin. Oily prone skin needs love too. When oily skin is dehydrated or not properly moisturize your skin actually produces more sebum/oil in result causing your skin to be even more oily. 3. If you’re a make up wearer and you use a sponge (which is much better than a brush, especially for acne blemishes due to bristle irritating or flaking acne), make sure you clean your sponge every 2-3 days with unscented djsh soap like Dawn. Also be careful with concealer’s that have doe foot applicators. When your concealing blemishes with a concealer that has a doe foot, A lot of the times it can make your acne worse. The reason for that is because the applicator can harbor bacteria over time and when you dab it on a blemish, and put it back into the product, reuse it day after day, it will harbor more more bacteria with every use. If you have a good full coverage foundation, that’s all you really need. For me personally, I don’t care what people think, but sometimes when my acne was outrageous I was uncomfortable, especially if I looked extremely oily on top of that.  As long as I have a good full coverage foundation, that evens out my skin tone and reduces that bright red color of acne I’m ok. I am so sorry that this is such a long post, but I wanted to make sure that you were well informed because i know the struggles and the stresses of acne. I hope this helps!

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Juliza Arroyo
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@Elizabeth Murphy I used to go to a dermatologist, but everything they gave me was too harsh for my skin! Curology just felt more personal and not a “Here! Let’s try this next!” I was more aware of what was going to happen, what my skin may experience (some itchiness, new breakouts, dryness) , the ingredients I was using, and how to prepare. Becoming aware of ingredients in your skincare is key. If you’re trying a new product make sure you’re not trying multiple at once. That way you can pinpoint what your skin is rejecting. Like with me and Mario Badescu. I’ll admit, they are an appealing brand, especially the prices. But they’re honestly not a good brand after I started reading into the ingredients. They’re a highly fragranced brand. Fragrance or Parfum irritates the skin and causes allergies down the road. For example the rose water spray. Fragrance is smacked right in the middle of it. Not only that, rose water is actually not beneficial to the skin at all compared to the extract (kind of like imitation vanilla vs vanilla extract, there’s a CLEAR difference in taste), but it’s appealing because you assume rose water is just as good. And the descriptions on the products really sell you! I used the green bottle for about 2 weeks before that last day at the end of 2 weeks my skin suddenly inflamed BADLY and my face was beat red. Not only that, but the spray never really fully absolved into my skin and it just made it sticky and like the product t was just resting on the surface of my skin. CosDNA is a good website to help you read into what’s in the products you’re using. I realized I also forgot to mention a spot treatment in my previous comment. If you’re worried about pesky whiteheads that you’re trying not to touch or pop, CosRX Pimple Master Patch with the red label is great overnight (Ulta: $6, YesStyle: $3). For under the surface acne that is large, bumpy, painful and makes the surface of the skin red? Zitsticka (their website). It’s a patch that has little “spikes” that penetrate into the skin for those acne spots that haven’t reached the surface. I hate how long this is again, but I want to help you and others that are in the same position as I was. Sometimes we’ll do ANYTHING to clear up acne, and sometimes what people recommend don’t work for everyone. You’ll become aware of what your skin needs and wants overtime. You learn what works and what doesn’t. Just be patient and everything will work out eventually.

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Elizabeth Murphy
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@Juliza Arroyo thank you SO much!! a few years ago i was prescribed a system that was similar to Acutane but much safer, and it completely defeated my acne, but it is finally starting to find it’s way back. And yes I definitely need to consider my my makeup application habits way more carefully, I actually use the Mario Badescu rosewater spray daily haha I had no idea how bad it was! I will try out those products you mentioned! I really appreciate the help :)