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Acnes Creamy Wash & Sealing Jell review

Monday, July 11, 2011 / , , , , ,

MynameisQUE;

Did you know that Acnes Medicated Skincare is the #1 Antibacterial Skin Care Brand in Japan? 
OH YEAH IT IS. :D 


If you've seen me in real life, you'd know that I actually have lots of pimples! ZZZZZ. 
You probably saw me on a lazy day because I'll normally wear make up. Lololol~~~


I loveeee Acnes Creamy wash and sealing jell! 

Well, it all starts with sebum. Sebum is an oily substance discharged from the oil glands of your skin. The oilier your skin is, the more sebum is produced and that means, there's a HIGH TENDENCY FOR ACNE! :( FML.

First, use the acnes creamy wash to wash your face. You should wash your face at least 2 times a day. Once when you wake up, and the other time before you sleep. 
The Acnes Creamy Wash is retailing at $6.90. 



Then, you should use the Sealing jell to any affected areas with pimples. Basically it kills the bacteria from deep inside the pores. It'll help to prevent acne formation. It dries up the pimples and you don't have to apply so much because it's rather thick. The Acnes Sealing Jell is retailing at $8.90. 

Both products have this lime/lemon smell which really makes you feel refreshed after washing your face.
And the best part is, it's for both boys and girls. I know how boys think you don't need to really "take care" of your skin, because you think it's just a GIRL THING. No! You are wrong. Well, you might not have many pimples right now, but Acnes can help you prevent and clear your pimples. 


READERS: Redeem your free Acnes sample her on their FB page. Don't forget to press "LIKE"! 

Dave Nevard said...

Hey this blog is lively. Good work. I'm currently putting a site together purely about acne. I want it to be as informative as possible and as a result am adding content every day. I've just written about the sebaceous gland and how it can create too much oil, which leads to acne. Anyway, great blog, keep it up, google will love you.

RynaQUE said...

Thanks! I'm sure Google does. ;)