The Acne Fixes You've Been Looking For
Acne sucks. That's a fact. But luckily nowadays, there are natural alternatives to tough prescription acne treatments that will help heal your skin and clear up acne. We've got some luxury products all the way down to holistic treatments you can get at your local drugstore. Bye-bye acne!
Sunday Riley Saturn Sulfur Acne Treatment, $55
Another Sunday Riley champ, this sulfur-based mask helps to dry out and clear current acne and close pores enough to keep new ones from forming. This is an especially helpful treatment for oily girls, as this mask helps to soak up excess oils from the day and to purify skin against pollution and over impurities.
Dermalogica Overnight Clearing Gel, $50
If Sulfur doesn't work for your skin, or you also suffer from rough texture on skin, a salicylic acid treatment like this Dermalogica one is another great option. Like the sulfur treatment, the acid helps to exfoliate the skin so that pores can breathe, clearing up acne causing clogs and stopping excess oil production that attributes to rough skin.
Mario Badescu Drying Lotion, $17
This spot treatment is sworn upon by celebrities and beauty bloggers alike for it's instant results on both blemishes and acne. Don't shake the bottle, just use a Q-tip, and lower it all the way to the bottom of the bottle. Then apply to blemishes before bed for overnight results.
Tea Tree Oil, $2-$10
For the most holistic and natural approach, Tea Tree oil has been used for centuries as a treatment for skin redness, irritation, acne and excess oil. It can be applied as a spot treatment or as a moisturizer for more oily girls to help gradually clear up acne and blemishes.