|The product line up: yeah spots, you better hide...|
|Boots Skin Clear Deep Pre Facial Treatment Scrub: £4.07|
The Skin clear scrub contains Salicylic acid along with grains which slough away dead skin. It has a pleasant cooling feel on the skin and helped to clear smaller pimples after a few uses. The formula is creamy and rinses off nicely.
Hot cloth cleansers:
The most famous hot cloth cleanser (at least to my knowledge) is Liz Earle's Cleanse & Polish which is a cream cleanser containing Rosemary, Chamomile, Cocoa Butter and Eucalyptus Essential Oil. It is applied to dry skin and them removed with a muslin cloth soaked in warm water. The smell is minty/ herbal and it feels good on the skin. I tried the product some time ago, loved it, then tried other products (including the Superdrug version which I will mention in a minute). It is recommended for all skin types which makes it the best option for more sensitive and oily skins.
|Superdrug Cleanser blurb|
|Left: Tea Tree Oil; right: Origins Spot Remover|
|Tea Tree range from Superdrug- |
just in case you're nosey (hahahaha)
|NC20 Mac Studio Finish Concealer|
However, if you experience persistent and unresponsive acne it is always wise to see your doctor as you may be able to be prescribed medicines to control your outbreaks.