Top 5 Acne Products We Haven't Mentioned Before

Hot Acne Products You Have to Try

Those of you who know us know we do our best to keep you updated on all of your acne treatment options. However, we realized there are a few out there that we've never mentioned before that have worked for many an acne sufferer. If you still haven't found that "it" acne product you've been looking for, trying one of these might help.

#1. On-The-Spot Acne Treatment

On-The-Spot Acne Treatment is an all-natural spot treatment that reduces zits to nothing in record time. The product comes in a small roll-on applicator. When a zit rears its ugly head, whip out the tube and apply the product to the acne spots.

#2. Dermacia

If you're looking for a breathable foundation that won't contribute to acne but you feel that mineral makeup doesn't provide enough coverage, Dermacia may be the answer. Not only is it breathable, meaning it won't clog pores, it also contains ingredients that actually fight acne.

#3. University Medica AcneFree Clear Skin Treatment

This product is like Proactiv, but costs at lot less at under $20. However, if you have very sensitive skin, this one might not be for you. It tends to dry out skin a lot more than Proactiv does according to many of the people who use it. Of course, proper moisturizer will be key when using it.

#4. Bruunhause

Okay, this is an EXPENSIVE acne product at about $200 a bottle. However, it really does pack a punch. This acne gel uses herbs and hydronium to completely eliminate acne. No, it's not cheap, but it's worth it.

#5. A Microdermabrasion Cloth

Have mild acne scarring and don't want to spend thousands for microdermabrasion? Then a microdermabrasion cloth may be exactly what you need. These cloths contain microfibers that will exfoliate your skin and erase mild acne scars over time.

If you've tried everything and you just can't find the right acne products, try one of the above five. You're sure to find something that works.

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