REN Tackles Acne

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By August 26, 2010 261 Comments

REN Tackles Acne

I’m a huge fan of acne treatment systems. Proactiv is, of course, a favorite. I also love the Burt’s Bees acne combination therapy products. They are an amazing alternative to the harsh and synthetic ingredients found in most acne products.

Well, ladies, I just discovered another incredible anti blemish system — REN ClearCalm3. It’s all natural and follows a 4 step process: cleanse, control, treat, comfort. Simple as that.

First, there is the Clay Cleanser ($32.00), “a purifying, antibacterial cleanser formulated to combat and help prevent breakouts and blemishes.” Next, you have the Day Fluid ($40.00), “a light fluid formulated to combat and help prevent breakouts and blemishes leaving skin looking clear, healthy, even-toned and mattefied.” For the evening, there’s the Replenishing Night Serum ($30.00), “a soothing and replenishing gel-serum formulated for use overnight to leave skin comfortable, clear and calm.” Finally, there’s a twice a week Treatment Mask ($45.00) that is “formulated to reduce visible blemishes and leave skin looking clear, calm and even-toned.”

When used in conjunction, these products remove excess sebum, build up of dead skin cells and blemish-causing bacteria… without harshness.

While the clay cleanser doesn’t foam, it does clean immaculately. All of the products feel wonderful on the skin and left my face more radiant and even-toned.  But my favorite product has to be the Replenishing Night Serum. It smells so fresh and absorbs into the skin to calm and refresh after a hard day of polluting my face.

I must say, I am extremely impressed by the outcome of these products. Yay for REN! Finally, a high-end, all natural acne system.

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