@CleanandClear Acne Triple Clear Giveaway #BubbleHappy


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Almost all teens can get or do get acne. It happens when oil, called sebum, clogs up your pores. No one knows the exact cause of acne except that hormones, medications and even genetics can play a role. (Yep, thank you, parents!)  But not just on your face, you can get pimples on your face, neck, back, chest and even shoulders. It’s not a health risk, but the scars are what can damage self-esteem.

Having a tween, teen, (or just being middle aged) can bring on acne problems that none of us want. Thankfully taking care of your skin doesn’t have to be harsh. No hard scrubbing, wax peel offs or extra products needed with Acne Triple Clear. 

Introducing Acne Triple Clear Bubble Foam Cleanser, Acne Triple Clear Cleanser, and Acne Triple Clear Exfoliating Scrub. These acne-fighting products are formulated with 2% salicylic acid and refreshing aloe and mint.  This helps leave your skin softer and smoother while fighting breakouts.  They remove pore-clogging oils, treat breakouts, and prevents future pimples!

INTRODUCING… POLYMERIC CLEANSING TECHNOLOGY Acne Triple Clear™ with Polymeric Cleansing Technology is specially designed to wash away dirt and oil, while helping preserve skin’s natural barrier and protecting against future breakouts.





Keeping your skin clean and oil free is just 1 part of minimizing your breakouts (a big one) Some other factors are selecting cosmetics that have little to no greasy consistency, choosing water based vs oil based.  Also, don’t pick or squeeze your whiteheads, blackhead or cysts! I know Dr. Pimplepopper videos are awesome but seek a professional to help, otherwise, you may end up with permanent damage. And lastly, cut down your stress as much as possible. Life is hard, especially as a teen. Relax and enjoy the fun things it throws at you.

We want to help by giving away the new Acne Triple Set to 1 lucky winner!


This is a sponsored article on behalf of Clean & Clear. All content is my own. 


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