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295d

Does anyone have recommendations for good quality acne skin care? Something cheap and easy to find.

Zinc Sulfate

Salicylic Acid

Prolonged Acne

Salicylic Acid Preparations

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  • Zhuzhu_puffs

    295d

    I find that Cetaphil and Differn help with acne , and it can be purchased drom places like dollar general and even the dollar store.

  • meredithg

    282d

    The standard brands dermatologists recommend are Cetaphil or Cerave. I like the Cetaphil cleansers and the Cerave moisturizers. I also like Neutrogena Hydroboost, but it’s a little pricier. I use serums from The Ordinary. They’re very reasonably priced (mostly under $10), and it’s seriously legit stuff. Be careful, though, because some are very harsh or can’t be mixed with other products. Here are some safe bets: Salicylic Acid 2% - spot treatment and t zone, chemical exfoliant (don’t use every day) Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5 - hydrates skin, non irritating Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% - vitamin B3 serum, balances oiliness and appears clearer You can always look for these ingredients in other products too. For example, Cerave makes a Salicylic Acid lotion. Lastly, my holy grail product is Bio Oil. I have no idea how it works but it moisturizes, clears pores, and fades scars all at once. I use it last to “seal in” everything else.

  • meredithg

    282d

    Also, they have Cerave, Cetaphil, and Bio Oil at most stores like Walmart, Target, or Kroger. You can order online from The Ordinary, or get it from Ulta and some Targets.

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