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where are ance products for sensitive skin?

does anyone know what companies have acne products for sensitive skin?

two HUGE companies, j&j and p&g both say they don't make.

general acne products make my cheeks red, irriate, and i can't do anything w/ this skin. yesterday, i used a clean & clear "continuous control acne cleanser," and fairly little of it, and my skin today is not happy. it's also not happy when i used clean & clear "dual action moisturizer." i probably prefer pimples over using acne products, at least they don't burn me

also, what other companies sell acne products in general so i can call them.

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does anyone know what companies have acne products for sensitive skin?

two HUGE companies, j&j and p&g both say they don't make.

general acne products make my cheeks red, irriate, and i can't do anything w/ this skin. yesterday, i used a clean & clear "continuous control acne cleanser," and fairly little of it, and my skin today is not happy. it's also not happy when i used clean & clear "dual action moisturizer." i probably prefer pimples over using acne products, at least they don't burn me

also, what other companies sell acne products in general so i can call them.

Avene is a French, Hydro-Therapy brand specifically geared towards people with sensitive to hyper-senstive skin. They have a line called Cleanance which is excellent for oily, acne prone skin. Also, La-Roche Posay is a brand you should check out as well. Amazon.com carries products by both companies.

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does anyone know what companies have acne products for sensitive skin?

two HUGE companies, j&j and p&g both say they don't make.

general acne products make my cheeks red, irriate, and i can't do anything w/ this skin. yesterday, i used a clean & clear "continuous control acne cleanser," and fairly little of it, and my skin today is not happy. it's also not happy when i used clean & clear "dual action moisturizer." i probably prefer pimples over using acne products, at least they don't burn me

also, what other companies sell acne products in general so i can call them.

Try the Dr. Miracle 3 piece acne kit. It works pretty well for sensitive skin without irritation.

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@missfobbs - well finally some credible and appropriate companies (though La-Roche Posay doesn't seem to have Acne products, and Cleanance gel only has a ~3 rating and it does not even have acne-preventing properties); i'll check them out some more...

@markronan - would you please link to this "acne cleanser" that has "tea tree oil" which "won't clog pores" so i know you're not a marketer or spammer, and is genuinely trying to help. thanks!

@pixiepotter - link? can't find what you're talking about

@austinj - "try CTRL" - link? i don't know what you're talking about:

has anyone heard of "CTRL" that this person is talking about??

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Purpose Gentle Cleanser, A lot of people on this site seem to like it, i just started using it two days ago and so far i like it, i have sensitive skin. u can get it at wal mart too.

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does anyone know what companies have acne products for sensitive skin?

two HUGE companies, j&j and p&g both say they don't make.

general acne products make my cheeks red, irriate, and i can't do anything w/ this skin. yesterday, i used a clean & clear "continuous control acne cleanser," and fairly little of it, and my skin today is not happy. it's also not happy when i used clean & clear "dual action moisturizer." i probably prefer pimples over using acne products, at least they don't burn me

also, what other companies sell acne products in general so i can call them.

garden of wisdom. they have some excellent products for sensitive skin. the mandelic acid serums are amazing at treating acne/marks. the products can only be ordered from the website and they are homemade products. lot less chemicals than the crap you buy from the store.

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