Acne Relief Thanks to Aveda

How Aveda Helped My Acne Breakout

I had to go in for a facial waxing the other week (don't ask) and to my utter horror it caused an acne breakout like I hadn't seen in years. I ran back to the spa begging for help and they introduced me to Aveda acne products. Let me tell you how much I fell in love with this acne skin care line.

Aveda Outer Peace

Aveda's Outer Peace acne line wasn't something I was thrilled about buying. It's pricey, but my face looked like a disaster and I was willing to try anything at that point.

The spa specialist sent me home with a cooling mask ($35) and Acne Relief Lotion ($38). I got the products home and began to fall in love.

First Impression

The first thing I used was the mask. It smelled like heaven and felt wonderful. After about 10 minutes of having it on my skin I rinsed it off. The acne affected area of my skin still looked wretched (you'd had to have seen it to believe what the waxing had done to me) but the other areas looking immediately improved.

A Couple of Days Later

A few days later, my acne was pretty much gone. I had implemented the facial cleansing foam from the line ($24) as well as the ex foliating pads ($30) and, honestly, my skin has never looked so good. Not to mention the products smell great, feel good and the makers are seriously dedicated to caring for the environment.

If you have an Aveda spa or salon near you, give them a call and see if they have the Outer Peace acne care line. It's worth every penny.

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