If you're a regular reader here then you'll have known that I have had acne since a teenager. I'm now in my early 20's and I still have it but my skin has improved so much. Unfortunately though there's not a day goes by that I don't have a breakout or a spot or two pop up. A spot sticks out like a sore thumb and makes me feel a bit wary and unconfident at times, especially if they're in the awkward of places such as the mouth and nose.
As you can imagine I've been through various different products to help clear my acne, from clearasil to benzoyl peroxide and roaccutane but nothing has ever completely cleared it. Maybe roaccutane, but that only lasted for the best part of three months, then it came back again with a vengeance.
Recently I was contacted to try out *Acne Ultra Clear and I jumped at the chance. Acne Ultra Clear is an all round natural herbal face cream, used to help combat acne, but can also be used as a moisturiser too. There are no nasties involved, it's all completely free of any chemicals. Isn't that good news? It makes me breathe a sigh of relief. It includes ingredients such as coconut oil and beeswax, to name a few.
It is packaged within a clear plastic tub with a screw top lid placed on the top, providing 50ml of the face cream. As soon as it arrived I loved the design of it. The product name is nicely stated in graffiti text on the front which I find to be quite bold and unique. I think it's very sleek and well packaged, I love it. I love that it's of a generous size too with 50ml of the cream, it's sure going to last me a long time. I've used it for over a month, nearly two, and I have barely made a dent in it.
It is instructed that you apply Acne Ultra Clear twice a day, once in the morning and once at night. Admittedly I didn't always stick to this, I mostly just apply it the once before I go to bed. You only need a little pea sized amount to apply to the whole of the face. A little really goes a long way. The cream is super lightweight and glides onto the skin nice and smoothly. It smells a little bit like clay which may seem a little off putting to others but I like it, I'm used to clay masks and such like.
If I have any spots below the surface they are then pulled out in full view and I have noticed spots reducing in size and redness. I have also noticed a difference in my skins texture too. It feels so much softer and smoother. It injects a lot of hydration into my skin too. I seriously rate this cream. It has worked wonders for me, I love it.
You can purchase it from Amazon here for £15.99(normally £17.99)
Have you tried Acne Ultra Clear? What are your favourite products to clear acne?