Exposed Skin Care

If you have dry or sensitive skin that’s also prone to acne breakouts, you know that it can be difficult to find an acne treatment that works without irritating your skin. We are happy to announce that the search is finally over. Exposed Skin Care’s line of products were made just for you.

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Paula’s Choice CLEAR

If a “gentle” formula sounds a little too weak for your oily skin, we get it, and in that case we recommend the Paula’s Choice CLEAR Regular Strength Kit. If your skin is truly an oil slick, like mine was back in high school, they also offer an Extra Strength Kit, though we urge you to be cautious with that one.

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Is Clearasil Still a Relevant Acne Treatment Option?

Clearasil is one of the best known names in acne care. A foaming, peach acne cream squeezed out of a tube, Clearasil was the most popular acne care product for tens of millions of Americans in the 1950’s, 1960’s, and 1970’s. In fact, for most Americans, it was the only acne care product for decades […]

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Will Clean & Clear Really Clean And Clear Your Acne Blemishes?

After reviewing the labels on Johnson & Johnson’s Clean & Clear products for acne, I was prepared to write a scathing review. But I accidentally picked up the wrong product when I went to the cosmetics counter and came home with a tube of Clean & Clear, so I tried it myself. To my considerable […]

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Which Biore Acne Products Can You Trust?

Biore is famous for its acne strips. It was one of the first companies to list all of the ingredients for its products on its website. Its complexion clearing products, unfortunately, are more “interesting” than effective. Let’s take a look at the topsellers in this subbrand. Summary: Biore’s claim to fame is its deep cleansing […]

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Do Products Like Spectro Gel Really Cure Acne?

Spectro makes skin care products for acne and eczema. Its acne products offer the proven power of benzoyl peroxide, in mild concentrations for sensitive skin. Summary: Spectro is a division of Glaxo Smith Kline that makes benzoyl peroxide lotions and pads for acne treatment in Canada. Spectro actually does not make a “gel.” Its products […]

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What You Should Know Before Buying Panoxyl for Acne Treatment

Panoxyl acne management products, their manufacturer will tell you, are made with benzoyl peroxide, “the number one dermatologist-recommended” acne care ingredient to penetrate pores and kill the bacteria that cause acne. Panoxyl offers creams and lotions in 4%, 8%, and 10% strength. But do they really work? This article answers frequently asked questions about Panoxyl […]

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The Pros and Cons of Noxzema Acne Treatment Products

The makers of Noxzema (sometimes misspelled Noxema) skin care products are the dominant forces in low-cost acne skin care. The problem with Noxzema is that its acne products just don’t work for any but the oiliest allergy-free skin. Summary: The distinctive pleasant smell of Noxzema products is from a mixture of camphor, eucalyptus oil, and […]

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How to Treat All Kinds of Nose Acne

Acne on your nose tells the whole world you have acne. Treating acne on your nose the wrong way, however, can make it even worse. Summary: Acne on your nose may be due to common acne or rosacea. Common acne most often causes whiteheads and blackheads that appear slowly. Rosacea most often causes small, red […]

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Neutrogena Oil-Free Acne Wash in a tube

Which Neutrogena Acne Products You Should Try, and Which Ones To Avoid At All Costs

Neutrogena acne products are some of the most well-known and affordable over-the-counter acne treatment options out there, but which ones work best? Are there any products that might actually make acne worse? Should certain skin types stick to certain products? We went out and did all of this research for you and put it together […]

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