Both medicated and natural acne products can help you solve your acne related problems.

You can use medicated acne products containing Benzoyl peroxide or Salicylic acid or you can very easily solve this problem using only herbs and natural oils such as: Rosewood Oil (acne treating agent), Lavender Oil (countering and preventing oil) and Tea Tree Oil (antibacterial agent).

These natural treatments are available on the market as herbal tablets, gels, cleansers, natural oils, masks and scrubs.

The number one natural product is the Clearpores Skin Cleansing system that cleans and unclogged the pores using cleansing gel and eliminates the bacteria using herbal capsules.

The cure is a mixture of Allatoin, Tree tea Oil, Pro-Vitamin B5, Aloe Vera, Vitamin A, C, D3, E and a few other natural ingredients.

Kiss My Face and PhytoMe are two very effective gels and creams that fight the acne. The former is made from essential oils and is an over-night treatment gel while the second one cleans the skin with vitamins, natural oils and herbs.

10 1E Acne Getaway, AcnEase, Actimine and Xian 100% Acne Treatment are made only from Chinese herbs and they provided great results eliminating the acne.

Also, St Ives Facial Foaming Cleanser, Desert Essence 100% Pure Australian Tea Tree Oil and Burt´s Bees Garden Tomato Toner are other popular acne products by people all over the world.

If you want your skin to be perfect you can eliminate the dead cells and treat the existing scars by using Bio Skin Care´s Elicina Cream natural cream made from proteins, vitamins and Allantoin.

If you use Benzoyl peroxide, your skin will become very sensitive and dry while the natural product solves the problem effectively without any side effects.

If you are looking for the best natural acne products, check out my clearpores review as well as acnezine review.

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