Saturday, August 10, 2013

Store Bought Acne Products that Aren't THAT Bad...

Okay, so obviously you've gathered that the best way to address your acne is via natural remedies.  BUT, that doesn't mean that there aren't decent products out there that may help, and I've found that pairing some of these products with my natural home remedies have been quite effective.  Here's a few products that aren't all that bad...

Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser

Most people suffering from acne also have very sensitive facial skin that is prone to breakouts. Using Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser helps cleanse the skin and get rid of dirt and oil without over-drying or irritating the skin. It's not marketed as an acne treatment product, but it does wonders for acne prone skin because it doesn't have any harsh irritants that can exacerbate acne. It's also non-comedogenic, which means it doesn't clog your pores.


CeraVe Foaming Facial Cleanser (for normal to oily skin)

This is another great cleanser for people with sensitive breakout prone skin.  It is non-comedogenic, non-drying, and non-irritating.  What I love about this particular cleanser is that it foams up into a great lather to remove makeup, dirt, and oil with ease.  Additionally, it contains ceramides and hyaluronic acid which help rebuild the skins natural barrier and also helping to moisturize from the inside out!  This cleanser is definitely one of my favorite over the counter cleansers.