Burt’s Bees Acne Free

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By October 14, 2009 2 Comments

Burt’s Bees Acne Free

I receive more questions about how to rid the skin of those pesky little pimples than any other concern so I am dedicating this entire post to a new acne-free regime I’ve been using.

Burt’s Bees recently launched an amazing collection of acne products that, when used in conjunction, actually leave skin blemish free sans the stripping and drying of traditional acne medications.

The new Natural Acne Solutions line—the first FDA-approved natural acne care system — includes a gel cleanser, scrub, spot treatment (genius), and daily moisturizer all featuring the key ingredient of Willowbark, nature’s answer to Salicylic Acid. Bye bye medicinal flaking skin. This stuff leaves your complexion smooth and glowing while still working deep into the pores to clean them and free them of dirt and grime. I love it, possibly even more than ProActive. This is definitely a natural alternative for all of you who are greening your skin care regimine. And as I always say, my skin simply reacts better to the natural stuff. It’s like the difference between eating a meal from McDonald’s or Whole Foods. We are what we ingest, ladies and gents.

Fans of the line include Julianne Moore, Jessica Stroup, Halle Berry, Alicia Keys, Julia Roberts, and Kristin Cavalleri.

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  • Anonymous

    I HATED these products. The spot treatment totally made my face burn, and I don't have sensitive skin. BUT I LOVE SALLY HANSEN NATURAL BEAUTY INSPIRED BY CARMINDY. THEY ARE ALL NATURAL AND PARABEN-FREE! THEY DON'T CLOG MY PORES AT ALL, AND YOU CAN'T BEAT THE PRICE!

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