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Overall rating: 2.7 / 5
(based on 41 reviews)
Recommended by 36% of visitors
Average price: $40.74
I noticed a slight improvement in new minor blemishes but saw a slight increase in more cyst-like blemishes. This also did nothing for the field of red marks from old acne on my face. In contrast, the sun damage made them worse. My "Skin ID formula" included 07 Cream Cleanser/Mask (3.5% Benzoyl peroxide), 40 Toner (2% Salacylic Acid), and 32 Anti-Acne Treatment 2.5% Benzoyl Peroxide). I had a hard time using the "freebie" moisturizer: no SPF and was kind of goopy for me. Seemed to sit on the skin instead of getting absorbed and left me feeling greasy all day. I switched to the Aveeno with SPF 15 to at least give myself some sun protection. For me, just too much BP and chemical. If you have very fair skin, residual acne scaring (I'm 32 and have been suffering on and off since my mid-teens), and are prone to more severe blemishes, then stay away. If you have more mild acne and little red marks, it might work better for you. I had some better luck w/ the drying when I started using Cetaphil as both a "pre-wash" and a light moisturizer at night, but by that point I was pretty fed up with Skin ID. Save your money!.Pros:
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