Skin Clearing Makeup
Struggling with acne prone skin is difficult enough without feeling like you are adding to the problem by applying pore-clogging makeup to your skin each day.
Given that acne affects approximately 85% of adolescents and young adults, and 30% of women in their 20s, 30s, 40s, and beyond, it’s no wonder that some cosmetic companies are working hard to find ways to help those with acne prone skin look fabulous too.
There are many cosmetic foundations and concealers that are formulated to be non-comedogenic in an effort to reduce the occurrence of blocked pores and blemishes. People with acne-prone skin are wise to seek out these products to help keep their pores clear and oil free, but there is only one company that has taken makeup for acne prone skin to a whole new ‘skin-clearing’ level.
Neutrogena’s SkinClearing Oil-Free Makeup with MicroClear® technology is a Blemish Treatment with salicylic acid that not only gives you a beautiful, flawless look, this makeup has a proven blemish fighting formula that works to clear breakouts. That’s because the 0.5% salicylic acid in the makeup is the active ingredient that is especially helpful in treating acne due to its ability to penetrate the follicle. The salicylic acid encourages the shedding of dead skin cells from within the follicle, helping keep the pores clear. In this way, it reduces the number of pore blockages and breakouts on the skin.
The same goes for Neutrogena’s SkinClearing Concealer
with 0.5% salicylic acid. The concealer with MicroClear® technology conceals as it treats acne prone skin.
Then, for a flawless finish, apply Neutrogena SkinClearing Mineral Powder . This is the first and only gentle powder to blend soothing minerals with MicroClear® technology and 0.5% salicylic acid to cut through oil to speed the delivery of maximum-strength acne medicine straight to the source of breakouts.
A favorite product of Healthy Skin Solutions and New Age Skincare owner, Paramedical Esthetician Diane Heinz, Neutrogena’s SkinClearing makeup, concealer, and finishing mineral powder is also recommended by dermatologists as part of a multi-layered approach to treating, controlling and preventing acne while looking your best.
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