Top 4 Acne Cleansing Pads

Acne Cleansing Pads That Really Work

When it comes to acne-prone skin, the simple task of washing your face can't even be done without foresight into which products you should use. Fortunately, acne cleansing pads don't just work well, but they make the job easier too. The question is, which acne cleansing pads really work? I have the answer. Here are the top 4 acne cleansing pads that I've had first-hand experience with.

1. Neutrogena Rapid Clear Acne Cleansing Pads

One of my favorite acne cleansing pads of all time are the Neutrogena Rapid Clear pads. They're not too expensive (you can get a three packs of 60 pads for less than $20 at Amazon.com) and they really work. I noticed a significant reduction in acne when I used these pads and while they did dry my skin initially, a good moisturizer cleared up that problem quick.

2. Noxema Triple Clean Acne Cleansing Pads

Noxema Triple Clean Acne Cleansing Pads come in a close second for me. They seem to work just as well as the Neutrogena and seem to be a bit less expensive, but in all honesty, I didn't like the scent as much. I know, scent shouldn't even be considered when fighting acne, but I have a very sensitive nose.

3. Propa pH Acne Cleansing Pads

Propa pH is a great acne fighter, even if the name isn't as popular as Neutrogena or Noxema. However, it's much harsher. It works by swelling and then softening the skin it's applied to. Then the skin sloughs off leaving fresh, unclogged pores behind. However, if you have sensitive skin or very mild acne, you might want to look into other acne cleansing pads since this is quite an abrasive product.

4. Clearasil Daily Acne Control

I find that Clearasil Daily Acne Control acne cleansing pads are perfect for acne-prone teens and at just $3 or $4 for 65 pads, it's affordable. However, if your acne is hormonal (as in PCOS) or allergy-related, this product may not be strong enough for you.

Remember, not all acne is created equal, and neither are all acne cleansing pads. If one of these don't work, try another. You're sure to find the acne cleansing pads that are perfect for your skin.

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