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alcohol free toner sensitive skin Facial Mask with Kaolin Clay Loose Mineral Foundation
Great for acne prone skin Detoxify & Nourish Lightweight, natural look and feel
Stick Mineral Blemish Concealer Oil-Free Mineral Sensitive Skin Concealer Facial Exfoliant for Sensitive Skin
Camouflage imperfections Oil-free concealer Gently removes skin dead cells
Rice Mineral Finishing Powder Adult Acne Combination Skin Care Adult Acne Skin Care Kit
Total Clear - Acne Prone Combination Skin System
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Translucent, oil-absorbing powder Combination skin acne kit
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Oily skin acne kit
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Cosmetics to Help Cover-Up and Prevent Acne Prone Skin

If you don't clean your sensitive acne prone skin properly with gentle products, dead cells accumulate clogging pores which can lead to acne. Using a lot of concealers and cosmetic foundations to cover up acne, can also lead to clogged pores and acne. Acne prone skin care is especially important for those with sensitive skin.

Follow these easy Skin Care for Acne Prone Skin tips for a clear complexion:

  • Use a gentle cleanser two times a day to clean impurities, oil and makeup. Make sure to use the type of cleanser that's right for your skin type.

  • Alcohol free toner with alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) is helpful in drying out acne and balancing the pH of skin.

  • Only use an oil-free moisturizer, specially if you have oily complexion.
  • A non-abrasive exfoliating scrub will do wonders to help remove dead cells, helping healthy cells to rise to the surface.
  • Oil free concealer in a yellow base can help blemishes disappear. Dab on blemishes or acne scar with a clean brush gently and blend. Choose a shade closest to your own complexion.

  • Loose mineral foundation is ideal for acne prone skin. Make sure to choose one that's free of bismouth oxychloride. This ingredient has a tendency to clog pores.

  • Use yellow based concealer and foundation closest to your complexion. This tends to hide the breakout best by helping to neutralize the red.