According to Goodguide.com Eau Thermale Avene Diacneal ranks in the bottom 10% in acne treatments. Unfortunately I couldn’t find a single review to state whether or not this stuff was good, or if it was bad.
So I figured seeing that I have used it, I would weigh in my own opinion.

My Skin Type:

I have oily skin naturally. By mid afternoon my skin usually is very shiny on just my nose and on my forehead. If I leave this oil there, and don’t wipe it away or rinse my face, I will break out. I don’t suffer from huge break outs, but still, at 26 years old one would think pimples would be a thing of the past. That’s just not the case for me. Every week, I find a new growth, some may be small, and others may be large and painful!

I began using Eau Thermale Avene Diacneal Skincare Lotion for Blemish Prone Skin, simply because it seemed to offer exactly what my skin type seemed to need.

Eau Thermale Avene Diacneal Skincare Lotion for Blemish Prone Skin is made with retinol and Glycolic Acid in a 6% strength with constant use of dermaroller amazon, which supposedly smooths and exfoliates the skin while treating acne. When Eau Thermale Avene Diacneal Skincare Lotion for Blemish Prone Skin is used often you can expect results in around 3 weeks. An improvement in clarity, and tone should be noticed. Eau Thermale Avene Diacneal Skincare Lotion for Blemish Prone Skin is also recommended by dermatologists, and was tested on those with sensitive skin.

In order to obtain Eau Thermale Avene Diacneal Skincare Lotion for Blemish Prone Skin though, one must consult a skin care consultant first, and the product must be recommended for your use before you can buy it.

My Use:

The first thing I noticed about Eau Thermale Avene Diacneal Skincare Lotion for Blemish Prone Skin was its powerful sickly yellowish puke color, and runny consistency. The second thing that I noticed about it was its horrible alcohol like scent. To put it best, Eau Thermale Avene Diacneal Skincare Lotion for Blemish Prone Skin smells like an old beer can. If you’ve ever cleaned up old beer cans you would know exactly what smell I am referring to. It’s pretty foul.

I went ahead and used it anyway though. I figured since I am not grossly covered in pimples, I’d only have o use it about once or twice a week, and I applied only to areas that I was effected.

I rubbed some of the lotion into my forehead, and just a wee dab of it onto my nose. Immediately my skin felt like it was tingling, with an odd cooling sensation. I thought that the formula would make my skin feel tight and dried out, but it never occurred, so I was happy with it. Also, the horrible beer stink vanished as soon as the lotion absorbed into my skin.

I had been using Eau Thermale Avene Diacneal Skincare Lotion for Blemish Prone Skin weekly and did not notice any new break outs, so I figured the lotion was working. I did still though get oily spots on my forehead, but they were not as drastic as usual.

However eventually one minor pimple popped up 2 weeks into the regime, and I was disappointed. I applied a little more lotion to the effected area, and the pimple did subside a lot faster than normally, however it still popped up, so I figured Eau Thermale Avene Diacneal Skincare Lotion for Blemish Prone Skin was not as powerful as I thought it would be.

Overall though, Eau Thermale Avene Diacneal Skincare Lotion for Blemish Prone Skin kept my face blemish free a lot better than other over the counter products I’ve used in the past have worked, so I did like it in that respect.

The scent though is pretty nasty at first, and it only seems to ‘slightly’ work. For those with major acne, I can’t see Eau Thermale Avene Diacneal Skincare Lotion for Blemish Prone Skin doing all that much for you. Perhaps it will clear you up slightly, but it is definitely not going to perform any facial care miracles, because minor pop ups still may occur.

If you only have a few break outs, than perhaps Eau Thermale Avene Diacneal Skincare Lotion for Blemish Prone Skin would be something you would want to look further into. As of now though, I think it works just as good as Proactive. Proactive works some magic, but like Eau Thermale Avene Diacneal Skincare Lotion for Blemish Prone Skin it does not give 100% acne free results.

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