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Monday, March 24, 2008

Non-Benzoyl Peroxide Acne Treatments

To find the best solutions for those of you with allergies to Benzoyl Peroxide, who better to ask than the Beauty Blog Network? Below find the best alternatives: (note: Heat activated blemish therapy is very popular these days)

- Henna Singh at Canadian Beauty likes Clinique’s Mild Clarifying Lotion.

- The Beauty Blogging Jukie likes the Zeno.

- Carleen Pruess at Beauty and Fashion Tech
(and her husband) like the Zeno and Thermoclear, plus they swear by Clean & Clear's New Advantage Acne Treatment. Read her review here.

- The Makeup Girl, Lianne also likes Thermoclear and Desert Essence's Tea Tree Oil.

- Erika Valente of the MakeupBag says all the teenage kids in her neighborhood come over to use her Thermoclear.

- Shannon from Makeup Minute says she uses the Baby Quasar, view her review here.

- Marina from Makeup Loves Me likes the Boscia Willow Bark Breakout Treatment.

- Ms. New Beauty likes Neutrogena’s Acne Stress Control line because it’s salicylic acid based and non-drying.

Note regarding Heat Activated Blemish Therapy: if you don't like the shock of the Thermoclear, try the slow steady heat of the Zeno.

3 comments:

benzy said...

and me, at benzoyl-peroxide-acne.com... I just love Benzoyl Peroxide because it's cheap and it really helped my acne! ;)

Rid Acne said...

Saw your blog in my Technorati upcoming feed. Bookmarked your site and will be coming back!

baby eczema said...

Stop using oil-based make-up, hair products, and similar cosmetic products if you want to get rid of acne. Oil build up on the skin is one of the primary causes of acne, so you will want to avoid getting any kind of oil on your skin.

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