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    Question what's a good teen/pre-teen...

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    skin care line to start with.
    ODD is breaking out and I want something easy for her. I don't know whats on the market now and what works good.
    so whats a good cleanser and moisturizer??
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    I know a few that are using the skincare line from Mark. (Avon) I've used a little of it myself and I don't think any of it is too harsh. You might want to give that a try.
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    What's her skin like? Does she get oily easily?

    I know for my niece who started having this problem the derma recommended Cetaphil. (I use it too.) It's over the counter, not to expensive and really gentle on the skin.

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    I used clean and clear and the neutrogena stuff as a teen.. it always worked well..

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    I recomend Cetaphil. They have cleansers and moisterizers. Proactive is good too, but higher in price.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AmberLu View Post
    What's her skin like? Does she get oily easily?

    I know for my niece who started having this problem the derma recommended Cetaphil. (I use it too.) It's over the counter, not to expensive and really gentle on the skin.
    she's like me oily T-zone but normal elsewhere.
    her breakouts are mainly on her nose
    We tried cetaphil and didn't work as well as I'd hoped.
    she is currently using the neutrogena that I am using and its not helping either but I think its because she needs something that fights acne, and mine is just a regular cleanser.

    Keep the suggestions coming ladies.


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    I recommend cetaphil face wash and moisturizer. It did wonders for me

    also, try looking at acne.org if her acne is severe. They have a really good regime to help clear skin



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    If her breakouts are mainly on her nose, what about those pore strips??? I love the biore ones...

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    I recommend Mark and not just because I sell it It's tailored specifically for younger. blemish prone skin, and it's more gentle than the drugstore stuff(Clean n' Clear, Clearasil, etc).
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    Quote Originally Posted by rosebud* View Post
    she's like me oily T-zone but normal elsewhere.
    her breakouts are mainly on her nose
    We tried cetaphil and didn't work as well as I'd hoped.
    she is currently using the neutrogena that I am using and its not helping either but I think its because she needs something that fights acne, and mine is just a regular cleanser.

    Keep the suggestions coming ladies.
    Try using an acne cream that contains benzoyl peroxide (something with 5% so it doesn't do so much drying out)..clean and clear makes a good one, and apply it twice daily after washing and before moisturizing. Also, make sure to not over wash. Try keeping a 12 hour schedule when washing her face as to not agitate the skin...wash once every 12 hours.

    Wash, cream, moisturize

    acne.org has it all down on their site. I'd check just to make sure I'm getting it all right, but I had moderate acne and now that I began that program and stuck to it for about a year, my skin has really cleared up.



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