What Acne Products Should You Carry in Your Purse?

Portable Acne Fighters

If you have acne, there are some “purse essentials” that you should keep with you at all times. A well-stocked purse can be very helpful for any girl or woman with acne, whether you’re 15 or 35. Wondering what acne fighters your purse should contain? Here are a few essentials...

Start with Your Hands First

No matter how hard you try to keep your hands away from your face, the two will inevitably come in contact at some point throughout the day. Rather than worry about this, just make sure you keep your hands as clean as possible. Hand sanitizer or hand wipes make a great addition to your purse.

Acne Cleansing Pads

Throughout the day, you’ll accumulate a lot of sweat and dirt on your face. If you need to freshen up midday and you don’t have access to a sink and water, quickly wipe your face with acne cleansing pads. Make sure you read our article on acne cleansing pads to determine what type to buy.

Don’t Forget the Hair

Keep a cloth headband or ponytail holder in your purse. If you decide to go for a brisk walk on your lunch hour, you’ll be able to pull your hair off your face, which is an important step to minimizing your acne outbreaks.

Spot Concealers

Acne doesn't always rear its ugly head at the most convenient time. It's always a good idea to keep a spot concealers in your purse. I always suggest opting for the kind that treats acne as well as conceals it. You get to kill two birds with one stone.

Do you have any acne products that you carry around in your purse that you just can’t live without? Let us know. Products work differently for everyone, and we’d love to know what helps you.

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