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This is my favorite brand of acne-friendly make-up and they make a tinted moisturizer that you could use and would reduce the appearance of acne but wouldn't look like you wore make-up. I'm sure there are other cheaper tinted moisturizers, but I'm not sure if they are free of the bad stuff like:

- Parabens

- Sulfates

- Synthetic Fragrances

- Synthetic Dyes

I'd use it after the regimen moisturizer is totally dry.

The brand is "Hourglass" and you can get it at sephora.com

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As silverspark said, a tinted moisturiser would be best for you - if you don't want it to be noticeable. It's something like 90% moisturiser and 10% foundation makeup. It's really sheer - it will provide light coverage.

You can't really just cover the spot because then it would look pretty noticeable. If it's just one spot, then I wouldn't worry about it. If all else fails, pop on some tinted moisturiser over it :)

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