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Good Spot Creams

Beauty : Skincare

In my opinion the best spot creams you can get are W.I.T.C.H products and Clean and Clear. I have used both and from knowledge and personal expierance i can say they work wonders. However depending on your skin type you must choose the correct one.

For sensitive skin i would choose non exfoiliating products such as:
1)W.I.T.C.H cleansing toning wipes
2)Clean and clear Advantage acne spot treatment
3)Clean and clear persa gel
4)Witch Stick
5)Witch Cleanser

Another tip is if you go on the clean and clear website use their simple tool which allows you to select what your skin is like,what your looking for a cream a wipe ect and what the problem is and the results will show the creams suitable for your skin.

By: Jill

More spots advice

Best ever is quinoderm it works a treat

My favourite spot cream is an over the counter product from my local pharmacy. Its panoxyl gel; this product is notorious although for its drying, flaking and itchy side effects- but once they wear off you will see that it is worth it. I put on a small layer every morning and evening and have found it to be great use on my skin. It is meant to get rid of spots, prevent them from appearing, help prevent oily skin and get rid of blackheads, but, it does take a good month for it to work. So you need patience if you want to use this product. It comes in three different strengths- 2.5%, 5%, 10%. If you are a new user start with the weakest and work your way up until you find a percentage that works for you. If you suffer from sensitive skin use the weakest and as little as once a day. If you have stubborn skin find a good strength and use it up to four times a day. I hope this was helpful and works for you. If it was useful you can check out my website for more information on skincare and various other topics in the beauty catagory- http://sapphiredubois.yolasite.com/ thanks XD

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