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Effaclar Medicated Gel Cleanser for Acne Prone Skin by La Roche-Posay
La Roche-Posay

Effaclar Medicated Gel Cleanser for Acne Prone Skin

4.5 (410)$14.99
good for acnepore minimizingevens out skingood quality
ColorStay Makeup for Combination/Oily Skin SPF 15 by Revlon
Revlon

ColorStay Makeup for Combination/Oily Skin SPF 15

4.2 (1623)$12.59
doesn't oxidizegood qualitymattifyingwater resistant
Skin Perfecting Lotion Blemish Prone and Oily Skin by murad
murad

Skin Perfecting Lotion Blemish Prone and Oily Skin

4.4 (864)$42.00
good for acnelightweightevens out skinbrightening
ColorStay Makeup for Normal/Dry Skin by Revlon
Revlon

ColorStay Makeup for Normal/Dry Skin

4.2 (1237)$13.99
longlastingbuildablegood qualitydemi-matte
Beautiful Skin Quick Thinking Wipes by no7
no7

Beautiful Skin Quick Thinking Wipes

4.6 (662)$6.99
gentlehydratinggood for acnegood quality
Kind To Skin Cleansing Facial Wipes by Simple
Simple

Kind To Skin Cleansing Facial Wipes

4.6 (995)$4.59
gentlegood for acneremoves sweatgood quality
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Allissa Hutchins
Sensitive Skin

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

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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Madi M. Lee
Dry Skin

has anyone ever used the makeup eraser towel thing?? how is it? i have dry skin and get eczema on my face sometimes and neutrogena remover wipes make my skin so red and even drier. looking for something new!

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Brandy Lopez
Combination Skin

You should try micellar water on a towel or cotton pads. I usually use these and my face handles it well

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Brandy Lopez
Combination Skin

@Madi M. Lee it really gets everything off in my opinion. I still do a little wash with oatmeal soap after using it just because I’m so used to washing my face at night. But if I don’t want to get up and wash it, I won’t break out in the morning like I would with a makeup wipe

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Madi M. Lee
Dry Skin

@Brandy Lopez i try not to wear makeup too often lately as i’ve been taking care of my skin more. does this get lot of the makeup off?? i wash my face every night!

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Desi D
Oily Skin

here’s me without makeup. any recommendations for acne and acne scars? #acne #acnescars #nomakeup

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Miriam Alexis
Sensitive Skin

Use witch hazel. My sister has pretty bad acne, but since she started using this, it has cleared up a lot. Some of her scarring is going away as well! Also, drink water mixed with apple cider vinegar. It doesn't taste great, but it gives your skin a healthy glow and cleans out a lot of toxins that could be affecting your break outs.

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Desi D
Oily Skin

@Miriam Alexis i’ll consider drinking water with apple cider vinegar! thank you! BUT, i’m scared to use witch hazel because i have sensitive skin and i might be allergic to it. I believe so because whenever I would go and get my eyebrows threaded, they would apply witch hazel at the end and I would get these red bumps all over my forehead and eyebrows (the area where they applied it) for not even days, but i’d say about 2 weeks. So i think i’m allergic to it ;( i just don’t get my eyebrows done anymore and i haven’t used it since then! it’s been like 2 years now.