1 ounce of Neutrogena’s Stubborn Marks PM Treatment with Retinol, which helps to reduce the appearance of post-acne scars and uneven skin tone. This retinol treatment is applied at night to promote the skin’s natural exfoliation process, which helps remove the appearance of post-acne spots in just one week, along with increased clarity and even tone. A dermatologist-proven ingredient known as benzoyl peroxide gives the 2-ounce bottle of Neutrogena Stubborn Acne AM Treatment with 2.5% Benzoyl Peroxide its ability to help eradicate stubborn outbreaks and minimize redness. This daytime acne treatment for the face features a vanishing formula and is recommended by dermatologists for its ability to diminish the size and redness of acne in just four hours. The oil-free treatment is excellent for daily application on the entire face, not only on problem areas such as breakouts. The clinically proven formula contains micronized benzoyl peroxide at a concentration of 2.5%. Benzoyl peroxide is an effective acne medication that is a common over-the-counter acne ingredient that is recommended by dermatologists. It is able to penetrate deeply into pores and assist in killing acne-causing bacteria at their source. This acne skin care treatment is suggested by dermatologists and has a formula that is free of parabens, oil, phthalates, colors, and scents. It is also part of a regimen for clear skin. Acne can be treated effectively by combining this product with Neutrogena’s Stubborn Marks PM Treatment. When used simultaneously, the retinol in the PM solution helps remove pore-clogging dead skin, providing benzoyl peroxide a clean path to efficiently attack acne-causing bacteria. This is the skincare routine that we recommend for acne that is resistant to treatment and post-acne marks.
The contents are: water, sodium trideceth sulfate, sodium lauroamphoacetate, sodium chloride, cocamide MEA, meadowfoam (limnanthes alba) apricot kernel oil, olive (Olea europaea) fruit oil, panthenol ethyl ether, sodium benzotriazole butyl-phenol sulfonate, polyquaternium-7, amodimethi
Only for use outside of our organization. If you’re also using another topical acne medicine, your skin may become irritated and dry with this product. If you use both products together, you enhance your risk. Avoid using many topical acne treatments at once to reduce the risk of skin irritation. Keep it out of your eyes! If skin contact does occur, it should be washed thoroughly with water. Never leave within the reach of minors. If the substance was ingested, urgent care or the poison control center should be contacted right once. Alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) in this product may make your skin more sensitive to the sun and increase your risk of sunburn. Wear protective clothing, apply sunscreen, and minimize time spent in direct sunlight when using this product and for the week after. After you wet your face, gently massage the cream into your skin, taking care to keep it out of your eyes. Get the job done and rinse thoroughly.
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