Acne pads for $14.99, gel for $7.99
Acne-prone skin is often a messy and uneven canvas, where oily pores and acne scars are often overlooked.
Now, there’s a new option for a way to control the appearance of the scarring and acne-prone spots without going to the salon or expensive brand.
A new gel cleanser that can be used with an acne bar or skin cream, called Acne Bars, costs $14 for 12-packs, while the acne bar bar cleanser costs $12 for 12.5-packs.
Both are available online at Amazon, as well as in drugstores and specialty stores.
The Acne Bar is formulated with the same ingredient that helps fight acne and pimples.
Acne Bar Gel cleanser for face is $6.49.
The Acne bar cleansers contain hydroquinone and salicylic acid, and the acne scrub comes in four different types: gel, toner, cleanser and acne cream.
The acne scrub cleanser is also available in 12-pack, 12-week and 12-month sizes.
This gel cleansers cleanses skin, but the acne cleanser works best on dry skin.
“The Acetyl Acetate Cleanser is the clear, cleansing cleanser of choice for acne-treated skin,” says Joanna Stiles, the president of Beauty Insider, which launched the Acne Pads brand in 2016.
“It helps to flush out any impurities that have built up over the past month, and it helps to remove dead skin cells and oil from the pores.”
Stiles says the Acetal Acetone Cleansing Gel cleanses well on dry, flaky skin, and is an effective moisturizer.
She says she likes that it doesn’t leave a greasy feeling, which is important when dealing with acne scars and pimple spots.
A quick search of the Acene Bar website found a few reviews for the Aceto-Bar gel cleansing and acne scrub, but most of them were negative.
“This product does not work for me and I’m disappointed,” one user wrote.
“I have very dry skin and this cleanser does not seem to be a good option.”
Acetylacetyl-L-cysteine (ALC) is the key ingredient in Aceto Bar and Aceto Squeeze, the acne and acne bar cleanses, both of which are $7 for 12 weeks and $9 for 12 months.
The products come in three different types, Aceto Gel, Aceteto Squelch, and Acetyo Squeezy.
The gel cleanses are made from natural ingredients and contain an enzyme that breaks down sebum and makes it more hydrating.
While the Aceso-Bar cleanser isn’t a great cleanser, it does help to clear the skin and is more effective than other acne and cleansers.
In fact, the AcEAceto Bar cleanser claims to remove pimples, scars, and acne.
As with other acne-fighting products, Aceeto Squiggy is also a great acne bar cleaner, and both are available at Walgreens, Rite Aid and Target.