The 2 Acne Treatment Products That Clear and Heal Breakouts


As teenagers, we were promised that our acne would disappear with age. Unfortunately, that was a myth. That's why at home acne treatment products and remedies are so popular.

Many adults and teenagers alike suffer from acne. Getting in the habit of regular facials, especially ones that include extractions, can be a huge help for acne sufferers.

While facials can assist significantly with acne treatment, it’s even better to take care of you’re skin at home every single day. There are tons of products out there that make promises of completely ridding your skin of acne. Not all of them live up to the hype. And unfortunately, I see a lot of people going on medicated treatments before trying something more natural to fight acne.

When it comes to acne treatments, there are a couple stand out skin care products that make a difference. Here are a few that have worked well for my clients in the past.

DermaClear Spot Treatment


At the first sign of a breakout, DermaClear Spot Treatment can make an immediate impact. How does it help?

It helps to flood inflamed follicles with oxygen to reduce the proliferation of bacteria thereby, reduces inflammation and redness to start the healing process as soon as you feel the first signs of a blemish.

This is a strong spot treatment and should be overseen by a skin care professional.

Glo Healing Gel


The most critical time to give your skin a little extra care and attention is right after a breakout. Glo’s Healing Gel helps to reduce dark spots, dryness, and other skin irritations you might be suffering from.

It’s easy to use. Simply apply it after you wash your face in the morning and evening. You’ll see visible healing happening in just a matter of days.

 The best thing you can do for acne prone skin is to keep your skin care routine consistent. Once you find products that work, get in the habit of using them regularly. 

It also helps to see a skincare professional that regularly treats clients with acne problems. They can help you figure out what you're having a reaction to and put you on a plan might help.

Before you take any pills or medicated products, try to work with someone to treat acne more naturally. If that doesn't work, then consider the alternative.

Have questions about acne treatments? Live in Portland and want to schedule a consultation? Contact me today!