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    I’ve been an acne sufferer for around 11 years or so, and I almost didn’t want to cover this subject in the sense that an acne sufferer blogging about… well, acne might seem ultra predictable. In reality, I think that talking about acne is such a major responsibility for anyone to hoist upon themselves that it seemed incredibly daunting. Looooaaaddddsss of people suffer from acne, and everyone suffers differently. I’m at a point in my life now where I only really suffer around the time my period starts; but it’s still tricky, especially when it feels as if it’s getting out of control no matter how much bath shit you pack onto your face.

    So this isn’t a strict guideline for acne sufferers to follow. I’m just putting out there products that did and did not work for me. Personally. However I would encourage the rest of the acne coven to try as many products as possible – prescription, drugstore and high end – because you never know what could work for you. There could be 78595847 products that do nothing for, or even worsen your acne. As soon as you find that one golden antedote, however, you might just be set for life.

    Enjoy! x

    Cleansing Washes 

    Dermalogica Special Cleansing Gel – £39.99, 9/10

    FreeDerm Facial Cleanser for Acne Prone Skin – £3.99, 1/10

    Mario Badescu Acne Facial Cleanser (C/O Skin) – £14.00, 8.5/10

    Boots Essentials Cucumber Cleansing Lotion – £1.75, 5/10

    Clearasil Ultra 5in1 Face Wash – £6.35, 2/10 

    Soap and Glory: Face Soap and Clarity Vitamin C Wash – £8.00, 7.5/10

    Neutrogena Visibly Clear Daily Scrub – £4.70, 2/10

     

     

     

    Makeup Cleansers

    Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water – £1-2, 7/10 

    Boots Cucumber Eye Makeup Remover – £3, 5.5/10

    Formula 10.0.6 Deep Pore Cleanser – £7.50, 7.5/10

    L’Occitane Aqua Reotier Water Gel Cleanser – £15, 8/10

     

    Face Masks

    Soap and Glory; The Fab Pore: Pore Refining Sheet Mask – £4, 6/10

    Simple Kind to Skin Rich De-Stress Sheet Mask – £1.99, 6/10

    Dermalogica Skin Refining Masque – £24, 7.5/10

    L’oreal Pure Clay Detox Face Mask – £7.99, 6.5/10

    Formula 10.0.6 Deep Down Detox Ultra Cleansing Mud Mask – £7.50, 8/10

    Lush: Mask of Magnaminty – £7.95 per 100g, 9/10

    Lush: Just to Clarify – £7.95 (each), 8.5/10

    Lush: Don’t Look At Me – £8.50 per 75g, 8.5/10

     

    Serums, Oils and Lotions 

    Bio Oil *for acne scarring ONLY* – £6.70, 3/10

    The Ordinary: Niacinamide 10% & Zinc 1% – £5, 5/10 (NOTE: will either kill or cure unfortunately, may either help clear your acne or cause bad breakouts)

    Zineryt Topical Lotion *prescription only* – 6/10

    Benzoyl Peroxide *prescription only* – 5.5/10

     

    Medications (Prescription Only, Please Consult Your GP First!)

    Tetralysal 300 – 3/10

    Limecycline – 9.5/10

    Dianette – 10/10

     

     

     

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