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I love the Liquid Oxygen acne wash. I suffered from cystic acne for years and when I started using the acne wash I saw results right away. It actually feels like it's working! It's pore-tinglingly minty-refreshing. No fragrance, which is great for sensitive skins.
The whole Neaclear line has really been my saving grace...I broke away from it for a few months and began trying new products just to see if there was something better out there for my skin, but everything else I tried either gave me an allergic reaction (little red bumps or a scaly rash) or broke me out in some sort of acne. Neaclear is very safe for sensitive, acne-prone, rosacea-flare up, eczema-prone, oily skin and it actually healed me up in two days from the last allergic reaction I had. I love this stuff and am stocking up. Thankfully you can get it on their website now because Ulta never keeps it in stock!
This is a good, gentle, all natural Facewash that does not dry your skin out but provides good exfoliation and gets rid of all types of acne. I use this was a 3 way lactic/aha/BHA lotion and it works great together.
I also do the KAVI salicylic acid peel about 2 times a month and the philosophy micro peel about once a month. All products combined - my hormonal acne stays under control (even when I switched from yaz to nuvaring) during my cycle and stress. My skin looks healthier, smaller pores and is more "supple"