We have clear skin on the brain for 2014. The trouble is acne affects women of all ages, skin tones, and backgrounds. To treat our skin, and break the cycle of blemishes, we rounded up some of our favorite acne solutions for 2014.
Clear Clinic: Great skin is just a click away with the first complete online personalized professional acne treatment program. Regardless of where you live, you can obtain a personalized product regimen, interact with acne professionals, and track your progress towards clear skin.
Skinfo Clear Skin 10%: In order to get rid of acne, you have to kill the bacteria that causes it. Benzoyl peroxide kills this bacteria, and thats why its considered to be one of the most effective ingredients when it comes to clearing skin. Use it to spot treat breakouts. $16,
Clarity MD Acne System: A two-step system features a Deep Pore Cleanser and Clarifying Gel thats clinically proven to heal acne within days. The power lies in the PCX Technology, a potent microbial that attacks acne at the source, regulates pore-clogging oil production, rids blackheads, and reduces inflammation.
SilkPeel: Celebs turn to this treatment to get red carpet ready, but it also treats acne. Ask for the Pore Clarifying SilkPeel, which delivers an acne-healing formula into skin with a specially designed nylon brush tip to break up plugs that block pores. Also improves the texture of skin.
Sublative: For acne scars that stubbornly stick around. This fractionated bipolar radiofrequency technology is the only technology proven to reduce a wide range of acne scars safely and effectively on all skin tones with minimal downtime or side effects. (Bonus: it tightens skin and gets rid of post-sun skin damage.)
ZO Skin Health Acne Prevention and Treatment Program: Everything you need to wage a battle against acne for clear skin: Offects® Exfoliating Cleanser (to gently cleanse and exfoliate), Offects® Exfoliating Polish (ultra-fine magnesium crystals exfoliate dead cells), Offects® TE-Pads Acne Pore Treatment (deep cleans with 2% salicylic acid) and Bio-Sulfur Masque (to slow sebum activity). $125.
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