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Anyone try the Arbonne Clear Advantage Acne products

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There's the Arbonne Clear Advantage Acne Wash

It has 1% salicylic acid, alfalfa, dandelion, licorice and peppermint extracts

Then the Arbonne Clear Advantage Toner.

It has aha Witch hazel, hops, vitamins A, C, E

Then the Arbonne Clear Advantage Acne Lotion.

Its an oil-free lotion that has Alfalfa, dandelion, mulberry, licorice extracts and

1% salicylic acid.

Anyone try any of these products?

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Hi Ryan

Yes I've been using the Clear Advantage for a couple of months now.

feel free to ask any questions.

thanks

mrc001

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Are you using the cleanser, toner and lotion.

How are they working on you?

Yes in the morning use Cleanser, toner and lotion then follow with moisturizer.

then at night use only the wash followed by 10% bp on pimples.

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Are you using the cleanser, toner and lotion.

How are they working on you?

Broke me out like crazy. Created cystic acne and didn't heal anything. Worse decision I ever made. Began the products in November. Still dealing with the aftermath in March after using the products for 2 months (the recommended "detox" period). SO OVER Arbonne and it's untrained consultants! They are not MDs! I say this HAPPILY as an EX Arbonne Independent Consultant! If you have serious acne problems, do not use Arbonne!

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Arbonne uses a lot of problematic ingredients in their products. The toner lists witch hazel as its second ingredient, as well as peppermint, dandelion, and other plant extracts known for their allergenic potential. I'd stear clear if you have other options!

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