3 Great Acne-Fighting Gifts For the Holiday Season

Acne-Fighting Gifts That Work

Do you know someone who suffers from painful acne? What if you could give that friend or family member a clear complexion this holiday season? With the right acne-fighting gifts, you can. If you know someone who suffers from acne and wants to do something about it but just doesn't have the money, consider getting them these power acne fighters.


ZENO isn't cheap, but it's one of the most powerful acne-fighting gifts on the market. Instead of trying to coax the zits away with chemicals and creams, ZENO zaps the zit from the inside out. Sure, you're gonna pay about $150 for the basic model but when those zits start disappearing it'll be the best gift you've ever given.


Proactiv is one of the most popular acne skin care treatments in existence. With people like Jessica Simpson and Vanessa Williams vouching for it, it's really no surprise. Unfortunately, it's not very cheap.

If you know someone who suffers acne, consider getting them a 30-day trial of the product. Proactiv offers a 30-day trial package for just $20. It makes a great gift and will give your gift recipient the time he or she needs to discover whether or not Proactiv works for them.

A Day At the Spa

Its amazing what some spa treatments can do. If you have the funds, a spa gift certificate can be one of the best acne-fighting gifts ever. Facial treatments that target acne problems can really work wonders. Your gift recipient will be sure to thank you.

Remember, the holidays are a time to give. The gift of clear skin is something most people with acne would cherish. This year, consider one of the above three acne-fighting gifts.

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