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September 18, 2014

GIVEAWAY: CLEAR PROOF ACNE SYSTEM FROM MARY KAY



Let’s face it; acne can be a struggle at any age, but it doesn’t have to be. If you have acne-prone skin you’re no stranger to bumps, blemishes, and blotches, but wouldn’t you love a skin care system that helps keep breakouts at bay?

The key to a clear complexion is choosing products with the right ingredients to combat acne, which is why we’d like to introduce you to the Clear Proof Acne System from Mary Kay.

The Clear Proof Acne System is a skin care regimen that uses combination salicylic acid and benzoyl peroxide as its acne fighting ingredients. Salicylic acid exfoliates dead skin while benzoyl peroxide reduces bacteria. Together, these ingredients visibly reduce the number of acne blemishes, their severity, and prevent new pimples from forming. The system includes a Clarifying Cleansing Gel, Blemish Control Toner, Acne Treatment Gel and an Oil-Free Moisturizer for Acne-Prone Skin, and works together to attack acne in multiple ways – it not only clears up existing acne, but also helps keep future acne from forming in the first place.

  • The Clarifying Cleansing Gel gives the skin a deep clean, removing dirt, excess oil and impurities. The salicylic acid formula helps to reduce the shine and unclog pores to help achieve clearer skin.
  • The Blemish Control Toner removes dead skin cells to help keep pores from clogging and prevent new pimples from forming. The salicylic acid-based formula cleanses skin completely to help tighten pores and appear less noticeable to give you healthy, clearer skin.
  • The Acne Treatment Gel penetrates and clears pores to target bacteria and visible reduce a pimples redness. The benzoyl peroxide product absorbs bacteria quickly to help reduce the number of pimples, and allows the skin to heal and prevent future breakouts.
  • The Oil Free Moisturizer is a fast- absorbing, lightweight, non-pore-clogging formula that helps provide your skinniest the balanced hydration it needs. The formula helps control shine and excess oil to leave skin feeling nourished and healthier.
I recently had a chance to try the Clear Proof Acne System from Mary Kay. I used all of the products in the kit except the treatment gel, as I wanted to ease into it. After a few days of using the cleanser and toner my skin was clearing up but also very dry and itchy, so I had to apply a lot of the moisturizer to keep my skin balanced. After using the moisturizer with this system my skin stopped feeling so itchy. One thing to note is that your lips may also dry out, so keep a good lip balm handy to remedy that. If you struggle with acne and breakouts (I do at almost 31), then give this a try!

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The Clear Proof Acne System, giveawayand information, have been provided by Mary Kay

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