Hello everyone! Today I’m going to be reviewing
the Neutrogena three-step Complete Acne Therapy System that I bought at CVS for about $20.
So first I want to show you the acne that I do have. My complexion is slightly oily
and I have a few blemishes here and there. So let’s get started. For step one I’ll be
using the skin polishing acne cleanser, which has salicylic acid as the main active ingredient.
And what is also great about this stuff is that it smells really refreshing and it will
help to clear breakouts and smooth out your skin. And then I have to wipe my face to get
ready for the next step. Next, I’ll be using the Neutrogena acne control lotion. This will
work to eliminate any bacteria that’s on your face. It’s super gentle on your skin and I
just spread it around my affected areas and any blemishes that I have. Step three is the
oil-free lotion that also contains SPF 15 which I love. It really feels hydrating and
I just put a thin layer all over my face. In contrast, the proactive system does not
include a day lotion that has an SPF in it. Hey you guys so it has been one month since
I started my trial with the Neutrogena Complete Acne Therapy System. Normally my skin is prone
to break-out’s. I break out two to three times per week and I normally have blemishes in
my t-zone here. Especially on my forehead. Some cleansers I used before were the St.
Ives apricot scrub, clearasil pads that come in a stack and you just pull a sheet out use
it twice per day on your face, proactiv, other systems, and none of them worked. I had reached
the point where I was going to go to the dermatologist. I was hesitant to do that because I knew that
the medication would be expensive and, you know, getting insurance to cover it, and sometimes
that doesn’t work. So this was my last hope. I documented my progress week by week so that
all of you would know what to expect. I wouldn’t say to expect results immediately. I started
seeing more dramatic results around week 3 week 4. The only con I experienced was around
days four and five, having super dry flaky skin. If this does happen to you just decrease
the application from twice per day to once per day. If you guys have any questions for
me about my trial, just let me know. Thanks for listening you guys. I hope it was helpful!
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