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I've found that acne is usually due to overactive sebaceous glands or oily skin. The biggest tip when fighting acne is having a skin care system that is all  "natural" and  "oil free", possibly Botanical Based. During Summer months when temperatures are much warmer, keeping moist wipes that lack fragrance to remove heavy sweat and oil from the face and neck areas. Don't forget SPF 30! Night time facial care is also important, especially to remove make up due to its pore clogging potential.

                                                                                                                 

                                                                                                                     

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1 minute ago, fearlesschic said:

I've found that acne is usually due to overactive sebaceous glands or oily skin. The biggest tip when fighting acne is having a skin care system that is all  "natural" and  "oil free", possibly Botanical Based. During Summer months when temperatures are much warmer, keeping moist wipes that lack fragrance to remove heavy sweat and oil from the face and neck areas. Don't forget SPF 30! Night time facial care is also important, especially to remove make up due to its pore clogging potential.

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I've been fighting acne since the age of about 14, and I'm 28 now! Naturally, I had to try a countless number of products to find the one (or two, to be more exact) that was really effective for me. I was prescribed Differin and Clindamycin (antibiotic) and have been using them for three years since nothing compares to them. Differin is also available over the counter, and both were about $10 for me with health insurance. Highly recommend. I even wrote a blog post about my experience with fighting acne, if anyone is interested: annasbeautytips.com/2018/06/06/how-i-got-rid-of-acne/ 

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My best tip for fighting acne is to not overdo it. I know it's hard not to want to wash your face a 4-5 times a day, but this can dry your skin, and in response, cause it to produce more oil. Acne is very much influenced by hormones, so it is important to keep your skin clean to keep bacteria at bay.

If drugstore products don't work, I suggest seeing a dermatologist for a solution.

 

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