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28 best acne-fighting products that people swear by and you should put in your SOS list

Dealing with acne is certainly not fun! It can be frustrating because it’ll usually take a few trials and errors before you find the right skincare products for your skin condition.

If you’re still looking for products that can help improve your acne concerns, read on. Here are 28 acne-fighting products that we’ve heard rave reviews about and you can consider putting into your SOS list from now on.

Acne patches

Labottach Sleepy Moon Acne Thyol Care Series

Getting rid of those pesky pimples fast is made easy with the Labottach AC Thyol Patch. The Sleepy Moon Acne Thyol Care range comes in four varieties that are targeted for different areas of the face, such as for your forehead, cheeks, and chin. Each patch is enhanced with a Hydrogel technology that transports constant moisture and active ingredients to the applied area, softening lesions all while having an anti-microbial and anti-bacterial effect on skin.

If you’re worried that it may be a little too drying on your skin or that it might sensitise it, fret not. This patch is made of a pharma level, high quality elastic non-woven fabric that has been dermatologically-tested. Suitable for all skin types, it is recommended that you stick one on right before you go to bed. Peel it off in the morning, and get ready to see visible results!

The Labottach Sleepy Moon T-Zone and Cheek Acne Thyol Care Patch retails for SGD16.20 per box (4 sheets and pairs respectively). The Labottach Sleepy Moon V-Chin AC Patch retails for SGD17.82 per box (4 sheets), while the Labottach Sleepy Moon Intensive Care Patch retails for SGD17.01 per box (48 pieces).

More brand information and product introduction is available on Labottach official site, with there being special discount events being held randomly on Labottach official site, Lazada, Qoo10 and Ezbuy. Make sure to follow them on Instagram and Facebook for more up to date news!


Glow Recipe Blueberry Bounce Gentle Cleanser

Another gel cleanser to look out for is the Glow Recipe Blueberry Bounce Gentle Cleanser.  Not only does it please the eyes with its visible Blueberry Extract, it also smells heavenly! The Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA) present in this cleanser helps to remove dead skin cell while, the Blueberry Extract helps to strengthen, clarify, and fortify the skin. After washing your face, your skin will feel more hydrated and healthier.

Glow Recipe Blueberry Bounce Gentle Cleanser retails for £30.00 (about SGD 54) and is available on Cultbeauty (Shipping fee applies).

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Suisai Beauty Clear Powder

This powder cleanser from Japan has a cult following because of how it leaves skin clearer and smoother. The product contains enzymes that break down sebum and proteins that clog pores so that acne can be prevented. The product comes in a box of capsules, each of them packaged to contain the right amount of powder to use in each wash. Simply add water and lather up a dense foam. You can use this cleanser once a week or 2-3 times a week if you find that your pores are often clogged.

The Suisai Beauty Clear Powder has received a lot of rave reviews, and you can read what Daily Vanity readers think about it.

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Neogen Real CICA Micellar Cleansing Oil


This cleanser incorporates micellar technology so that oil droplets that are suspended in water can help remove impurities, dirt, and sebum more effectively. It is formulated with the star ingredient, Cica, otherwise known as Centella Asiatica. You may find this ingredient familiar because it has made quite an impression within the skincare community with its antimicrobial, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-ageing properties.

Neogen Real CICA Micellar Cleansing Oil retails for an estimated price of SGD 22 and is available online at Qoo10 (shipping fees apply).

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TROIAREUKE Acsen Oil Cut Cleansing

Targeted at those who have acne-prone and sensitive skin, this cleanser has a gel-like consistency and releases micro-sized molecules to deeply cleanse pores of sebum and impurities. The unique formula allows skin to be cleansed thoroughly, without irritating it. Formulated with Papaya Extract, Soapwort, and Aloe Vera, this product also exfoliates skin and soothes inflammation.

ACSEN Oil Cut Cleansing retails for an estimated price of SGD 112 and is available on Lazada (shipping fees apply).

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Klairs Gentle Black Deep Cleansing Oil

This cleansing oil is great for acne-prone skin and its mild formula ensures that your skin won’t be irritated easily. The hypo-allergenic formula is packed with vegetable oils such as Black Bean oil, Black Sesame Oil, and Blackcurrant Seed Oil. This product cleanses, controls sebum production, and moisturises your skin like no other.

DV Tip: This product is best used as a first cleanse, followed by a second cleanser of your choice.

Klairs Gentle Black Deep Cleansing Oil retails for an estimated price of SGD28.90 and is available online at Lazada and Qoo10 (shipping fees apply) .

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COSRX One Step Original Clear Pimple Pad

Exfoliation is an important step in preventing and fighting acne. This is because clogged pores are the first step to the occurrence of a pimple.

If you’re looking for an easy way to exfoliate, consider this product that is made up of cotton pads pre-soaked in Betaine Salicylate and Willow Bark Water. These ingredients chemically exfoliate skin without drying it out. You will be surprised to see that there are “dirt” left on the cotton pad even after a thorough cleanse!

COSRX One Step Original Clear Pimple Pad retails for SGD 22.90 and is available at Watsons.

NEOGEN Bio-Peel+ Gauze Peeling Green Tea

Here’s another exfoliating pad to consider. The Neogen Bio-Peel+ Gauze Peeling features pre-soaked Green Tea, a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory ingredient that prevents premature ageing and soothe irritated skin. The pads have a unique three-layer technology that allows gentle but effective exfoliation of dead skin cells, while leaving the skin, smooth and clean. Many have noticed a brighter complexion and less pigmentation after regular use!

DV Tip: Exfoliate your skin using the gauze side. Rotate the pad and use the soft side to pick up remaining debris. Finish off by rinsing your face with lukewarm water.

Neogen Bio-Peel+ Gauze Peeling retails for an estimated price of SGD39.90 is available on Lazada (there’s a discount right now!)

Pixi Glow Tonic

Another holy grail to add on your list is the Pixi Glow Tonic. Glycolic Acid is present in this exfoliating toner to deeply clean pores by gently exfoliating dead skin cells without compromising skin’s hydration. This toner is alcohol-free and is ideal for people with sensitive skin!

Pixi Glow Tonic retails at SGD9 for 15ml, SGD22 for 100ml, and SGD44 for 250ml respectively. It is available at Sephora stores.


GlamGlow SUPERMUD Clearing Treatment

If your skin is feeling congested, give your skin a detox by applying a mud mask. GlamGlow is renowned amongst Hollywood celebrities and the public for its mud mask, specifically, the GlamGlow Supermud Clearing Treatment.

This mask is made with a unique blend that helps balance skin’s natural oils and specially chosen acids that help exfoliate dead skin cells. It is also formulated with an absorbent carbon, Activated-X Charcoal, that draws out dirt and impurities, making the skin smooth and healthy-looking! Don’t be surprised when you see little black spots as the mud mask dries down. Those are actually the dirt and impurities being pulled out!

DV Tip: Apply toner before and after the mud mask to balance skin pH’s level and to maximise the absorption of key ingredients of following skincare products.

GlamGlow Supermud Clearing Treatment retails at SGD35 for 15g, SGD86 for 50g and SGD114 for 100g. It is available at Sephora stores.

Innisfree Jeju Volcanic Pore Clay Mask

Another contender for a great mud mask is the Innisfree Jeju Volcanic Pore Clay Mask. This clay mask is formulated with solidified lava found in Jeju Island, allowing absorption of impurities and sebum sitting deep in the pores. In addition, it gently exfoliates dead skin cells, leaving your skin looking cleaner and brighter!

Innisfree Jeju Volcanic Pore Clay Mask retails for SGD 20 and is available at Innisfree stores.

Kate Somerville EradiKate Mask

The Kate Somerville® EradiKate Mask is a detox mask that gently exfoliates dead skin cells and keeps future breakouts at bay, thanks to its star ingredient, Colloidal Sulfur. The mask’s gel-to-cream consistency turns into foam as it draws out dirt, impurities, and excess sebum from deep within the pores. Ingredients like Honey and Rice Bran Extract also helps to soothe irritated skin.

Kate Somerville EradiKate Mask retails for SGD 82 and is available at Sephora stores.

LUSH Mask of Magnaminty

LUSH’s Mask Of Magnaminty comes in two versions: Original, which dries more thoroughly when applied, and Self-Preserving, which has a higher honey content making it thicker in consistency. Both contain star ingredients like Kaolin Clay, Peppermint Oil, Ground Aduki Beans, and Honey, which work together to draw out dirt and impurities from deep within, gently exfoliate, and provide moisture & anti-bacterial properties to prevent inflammation.

LUSH Mask Of Magnaminty retails at SGD52 for 315g and SGD30 for 125g. It is available at LUSH stores.


Etude House Soonjung pH 5.5 Relief Toner


97% of the Soon Jung pH 5.5 Relief Toner is made from naturally-derived ingredients, and from its name, you’d have guessed that it helps skin to maintain its ideal pH level. The toner is formulated with Vitamin B5 to provide deep hydration, and Centella Asiatica to heal damaged skin barrier. To add on, it is free from ten potential skin irritants, making it perfect for any skin type!

Etude House Soonjung pH 5.5 Relief Toner retails for an estimated price of SGD 26 and is available at Etude House stores.

COSRX AHA/BHA Clarifying Treatment Toner

This product contains AHA and BHA. The former works on skin’s surface while hydrating it, while the latter works deep within pores and calms skin. It helps acne-prone skin by gently exfoliating dead skin cells and preventing early development of whiteheads and blackheads, which leads to breakouts when they inflame.

COSRX AHA/BHA Clarifying Treatment Toner retails for SGD21.90 and is available at Watsons.

KraveBeauty Kale-Lalu-yAHA

Skincare enthusiasts would probably be familiar with YouTuber Liah Yoo, who often shares about acne-fighting solutions on her channel. The skincare guru also has her own skincare brand KraveBeauty, and her Kale-Lalu-yAHA is a skin-resurfacing exfoliator loved by many. Formulated with 5.25% Glycolic Acid, Dark Leafy Greens, Aloe Vera, Hyaluronic Acid, Vitamin B5, and Allantoin, the product promises to exfoliate, hydrate, and soothe the skin while making sure there’s no irritation.

KraveBeauty Kale-Lalu-yAHA retails for SGD45.90 on Qoo10 (shipping fees apply).

Serum and Essence to improve acne

COSRX Triple C Lightning Liquid Serum

If you’re looking for a product that doesn’t just have anti-inflammatory properties but also brighten skin tone so that acne scars can appear lighter, then the COSRX’s Triple C Lightning Liquid is the serum to go for. It contains 20.5% of Pure Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) for skin brightening and is also formulated with 72% of Black Chokeberry, a great anti-inflammatory ingredient.

COSRX’s Triple C Lightning Liquid retails for USD 27 (~SGD 37) and is available on SokoGlam (shipping fees apply)

The Ordinary Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1%

This hydrating serum does a few things for acne-prone skin. It balances sebum activity so that skin remains matte, and at the same time soothe inflammation and can even reduce the occurrence of scarring.

The Ordinary Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% retails for USD5.90 (~SGD8.10) and is available on Beautylish (shipping fees apply).

COSRX Advanced Snail 96 Mucin Power Essence


This essence helps with cell regeneration so that acne-prone skin can receive the right nutrients to improve condition over time. Don’t be surprised that snail mucus is used in the formula; this ingredient is well-loved in Korean beauty products because it helps smoothen the appearance of complexion.

COSRX Advanced Snail 96 Mucin Power Essence retails for SGD 28.90 and is available at Watsons.

Moisturiser for acne-prone skin

La Roche-Posay Cicaplast Baume B5

This multi-purpose balm is formulated with amazing acne-fighting ingredients that soothe and hydrate irritated skin while healing damaged skin barrier. Its alcohol- and fragrance-free formula also makes it a great product to be used on sensitive skin.

La Roche-Posay Cicaplast Baume B5 retails for SGD 21.90 and is available at Watsons.

iUNIK Beta Glucan Daily Moisture Cream

This light moisturiser is packed with anti-ageing and anti-inflammatory properties. Ideal for acne-prone skin, it ensures that skin feels soothed and hydrated, while boosting skin’s natural barrier function.

iUNIK Beta Glucan Daily Moisture Cream is available on Qoo10 (shipping fees apply).

Acne Treatment Products

Sunday Riley Good Genes

Sunday Riley’s Good Genes All-in-one Lactic Acid Treatment is a multi-purpose treatment formulated with star ingredients like Lactic Acid, Liquorice, Lemongrass, and Sunday’s patented N-5 Ageless complex.

The potent blend of ingredients combines together to combat early signs of ageing, brighten skin tone, and protect from environmental aggressors. No wonder it’s a cult favourite! Use this to get rid of comedones that inflame into pimples.

Sunday Riley Good Genes retails for SGD148 at Sephora or USD108.73 at Net-a-porter (shipping fees apply).

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Mario Badescu Drying Lotion

Ever had a pimple emerging a day before an important event? Don’t worry, Mario Badescu’s Drying Lotion to the rescue. Formulated with Salycilic Acid, Sulfur, and Zinc Oxide, the Drying Lotion will draw out impurities and soothe the pimple at the same time. You may dip a cotton bud into the solution, apply it to the pimple, and leave it overnight.

DV Tip: Do not shake the bottle. If you did, just let the pink powder settle onto the bottom of the solution.

Mario Badescu Drying Lotion retails for SGD 36 and is available at Sephora stores.

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Dr. Oracle A-thera Tea Tree Peeling Sticks

Shaped like a huge cotton bud, it allows for a precise application onto the affected area.  The Dr. Oracle A-Thera Tea Tree Peeling Sticks are pre-soaked in 6% AHA and BHA solution to gently exfoliate, without irritating the skin. It is TSA-approved so it’s extremely suitable to bring along when you’re travelling!

Dr. Oracle A-Thera Tea Tree Peeling Sticks retails for USD24 (~SGD 33)  and is available on SokoGlam (shipping fees apply).

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La Roche-Posay Serozinc

Instead of blotting, which can irritate skin, use this facial mist instead, Designed to target key signs of oily and acne-prone skin, it mattifies skin instantly. The star ingredients of this formula is Natural Thermal Spring Water and Zinc Sulfate. The former soothes skin and keeps it hydrated, while the latter regulates sebum production and soothe any inflammation. You can also use this to freshen up your makeup!

La Roche-Posay Serozinc retails for SGD 24.90 for 150ml and SGD 12.90 for 50ml. It is available at Watsons and RedMart.

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Lumipeau LumiClear Potent Acne Spot Complex

Banish acne quickly with this acne treatment gel by Lumipeau, an acne specialist that develops skincare innovations backed by science and clinical studies, specially formulated for Asian skin. One of the brand’s bestselling products is the LumiClear Potent Acne Complex, a fast-acting spot treatment that reduces the number of pimples by 80% and improves the overall appearance of acne-prone skin by a whopping 94%!

That’s all thanks to the acne spot treatment gel’s quintuplex™ action, which contains a blend of five potent acne-fighting ingredients: ICTASOL, Salicylic Acid, Niacinamide, Tea Tree Oil, and Eucalyptus Extract. The spot complex is antimicrobial as it kills acne-causing bacteria and it is anti-seborrheic as it regulates oil production, which helps to prevent clogged pores.

Together, these powerful ingredients create a cocktail that heals skin imperfections fast, while the soothing formula lowers inflammation, redness, and swelling.

It comes in a unique syringe, so all you have to do is twist the plunger anti-clockwise to unlock it, gently press the plunger to dispense a small amount of product, and apply a thin layer on targeted areas after cleansing. Twist the plunger clockwise to lock the syringe.

Lumipeau LumiClear Potent Acne Spot Complex retails for S$68 at Lumipeau.com.

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Klairs Midnight Blue Calming Cream

The main ingredients in the Klairs Midnight Blue Calming Cream, Gualazulene and Centella Asiatica, don’t just calm inflammation but also prevent acne scarring. Apply this at night onto targeted areas to help your skin regenerate and heal problem areas.

Klairs Midnight Blue Calming Cream retails for an estimated price of SGD 45 and is available on Althea.

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COSRX Centella Blemish Cream

This blemish cream is formulated with ingredients like Centella Asiatica and Tea Tree Oil to help skin that’s plagued by acne. It has anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant properties so that acne can be soothed quickly and appearance scar is minimised. To use it, apply the cream on problem areas.

COSRX Centella Blemish Cream retails for SGD 30.90 and is available at Watsons.

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The attack of adult acne: do I need to go for acne treatments in Singapore in my 30s-40s?


The period of teenage/adolescence to early adulthood is the period where one is most prone to acne. As acne is a chronic recurring skin condition, even adults in their 30s or 40s, especially women, may also suffer from adult acne.

Acne treatment singapore – causes of adult acne

Acne vulgaris is a chronic inflammatory skin disease of the pilosebaceous (oil gland and hair follicles) unit in the skin, usually occurring on the face, chest and back. They are sometimes known as pimples, zits or cystic acne. Acne has a spectrum of manifestations ranging from excessive oiliness, clogged pores, inflamed pimples to acne marks and pitted scarring.


Image credit to: Marcia Hartstock

Adult cystic acne and teenage acne are similarly caused by the complex interaction of genetic factors and hormonal imbalance. The acne condition is largely dependent on the oil production of the sebaceous glands which can clog up the skin pores or hair follicles, causing whiteheads. Hormonal imbalance can cause the excessive production of sebum or oil by the sebaceous glands, enlarging the pores, and subsequently, the remaining sebum and dead skin cells on the skin will form blackheads and whiteheads (medically termed “comedones” or “clogged pores” in laymen’s term).

Gradually, comedones or clogged pores become inflamed, and infected by acne bacteria (p. acne), resulting in painful inflammation and red swellings (layman termed as “pimples” or “zits”) with or without pus, and more serious large fluid-filled cystic acne. These inflamed acne problems can eventually leave reddish-brown acne marks, and permanent pitted depressed scars on the skin.


Circumstances that can exacerbate acne in adults

  • Emotional stress.
  • Squeezing acne inappropriately.
  • Women are more prone to acne during the pre-menstrual period.
  • Some cosmetics contain certain comedogenic ingredients that can cause the formation of even more clogged sebaceous glands.
  • Certain acne treatment medications, such as long-term intake of oral steroids or the excessive use of steroidal applications on the skin, the intake of anti-epileptic medications, or medications or injections with androgens (male-hormones).
  • Certain illnesses such as polycystic ovarian syndrome and Cushing syndrome.
  • For those working in oil or petroleum refinery industries, physical exposure to chemicals and oils may cause acne.


Q&A Session on Acne Treatment Singapore

Is acne more prevalent in men or women?
Is it more prevalent in adults or teenagers/adolescents?

More than 80% of teenagers and adolescents may suffer from acne problems. (1) In about 20% of male and female teenager and adolescent acne patients, their acne problems can continue into adulthood. (1)

Generally speaking, most adult acne patients suffered from acne during their teenage years, but for most of them, their condition will often gradually stabilize in their 20’s. Conversely, there are some patients who may not have acne or severe pimples in their teenage years, but only develop severe acne in their 30’s.

Adult acne or pimples is more likely to appear on the lower half of the face (U-zone), especially on the side of the cheeks, jawlines and chin, around the mouth, and neck, while teenage and adolescent acne is more likely to appear on the forehead, nose, and centre of the face (T- zone). (1)

When men have acne or pimples, their condition tends to be more serious than in women. In addition, people with oily skin are also more likely to suffer from acne, because oily skin is more prone to comedones formation, and as such the probability of suffering from inflammatory acne is also higher.

Teenager and adolescent acne area: T-zone

Adult acne area: U-zone



What are the most effective acne treatments in Singapore for adult acne?

Although acne is a chronic recurring skin disease, there are still several effective ways to treat and control it. Home remedies could include avoiding dairy products or creating a proper skincare regime.

A good daily skincare routine can be used to control acne through the use of medical skincare products that aim to reduce excessive oil secretion and comedones on the face.

Comedones extraction by professionally trained aestheticians via facial treatments are also to a certain degree, effective in removing stubborn clogged pores and cleansing the pores to remove accumulated debris on the skin or skin cells.



Patients should be reminded that they should avoid squeezing or extracting the inflamed acne or pimples by themselves because inappropriate squeezing can cause the skin, affected skin cells and the acne to be prone to infection and inflammation, which can further aggravate the acne or even cause acne marks or permanent scars to form.



For more severe cases of acne, especially for patients with a lot of inflamed or cystic acne and scars, it is best to be treated by experienced skin and aesthetic doctors. In such cases, oral medications such as antibiotics or isotretinoin (high dose vit-A medication) may be needed as a suitable treatment.

Topical treatments such as acne cream can also be effective. Many of these acne creams or pimple creams contain 5-10% Benzoyl peroxide or Salicylic acid. Some of these acne creams can be found over the counter at beauty care chains in Singapore. Female patients can also consider to take anti-androgen (anti-male hormones) medications as part of the treatment for this condition. Experienced doctors should be consulted, so that the patient can best understand the use of these oral medications and their associated side effects.


If I do not wish to take oral medications, are there any other options to treat my acne?

Other than oral medications, acne treatments such as chemical peels, intense pulsed light (IPL), lasers, and steroidal injections into the inflamed acne, etc. are also possible treatments.

Speak to your doctor to find out if these treatments are suitable for your case, if you prefer not to take oral medications.



What are some undesirable aftereffects of acne in Singapore?

If acne vulgaris left untreated, the active acne may leave unsightly reddish-brown marks on the skin. This is medically known as post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH) or post-inflammatory erythema (PIE). Acne inflammation can also lead to skin damage, causing the skin cells to fail to regenerate properly, which can form the appearance of unsightly permanent pitted depressed scars.

The best way to prevent acne marks and scars is to seek acne treatment in Singapore as soon as possible. As the root cause of acne scars is the active acne cysts themselves, it is often better to have a good acne treatment plan to prevent this from worsening rather than allow it to progress to full on acne scars.

Acne scarsReddish-brown acne marks


What kind of psycho-social effects or impacts on one’s quality of life are there caused by acne or acne scars?

Adult or teenage acne is a common skin problem. There are many types of acne that could affect you at a variety of ages. Regardless of the type of acne you have, acne treatments are important to seek out at a young age. If acne treatments are not administered early, acne scars may develop and acne scar treatment will be required.

This may cause a certain degree of emotional and psycho-social distress to some adults or teenagers. The impact of having acne or deep acne scars may affect their self-esteem, acceptance from peers, or even unwillingness to engage in social activities etc, thus hurting their overall quality of life.



Conclusion: Know where to seek help, keep your acne far away!

Adult acne is a very prevalent skin problem for those in the 30’s or 40’s (especially so for the ladies), and many may suffer in silence not knowing where to seek real help. Do not despair or lose hope, as there are effective and proper treatments available for you, with the right and experienced doctors.

It is in your best interest not to delay seeking proper acne treatment singapore, as early treatment can provide you the golden opportunity to achieve the most optimal results, and to significantly reduce the impact of permanent acne scarring, thus improving your quality of life.

As the saying goes, prevention is better than cure.


If you have any inquiries about acne issues, feel free to WhatsApp me at +65 9822 2989 or call in at +65 6222 2262, I’ll be happy to address all of them.

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Dr. David Ng C H


  1. A/Prof Chua S. H. and Dr Hazel Oon H. B.

    A to Z about Acne & Zits: The Complete Guide to Clear Skin. (Published by Straits Times Press)

Acne Scar Treatment Singapore | Aesthetic Clinic Singapore



Acne is a common condition for oily skin. When left untreated, acute acne may significantly lead to scarring. Depending on individual needs, there are various ways to control acne and reduce acne scars to achieve a smoother and blemish-free complexion.


Types of Acne



Blackheads and whiteheads

They are simply clogged pores that are not inflamed. They can be seen blocked below the surface of the skin. Oil, dead skin cells and bacteria accumulate and block pores that result to small bumps in the surface of the face. Easily treatable since they are not inflamed and do not need any serious medication.

Papules and pustules

Inflamed acne starts when a clogged pore grows irritated and becomes inflamed. It swells, appears reddish, and is painful.


They are inflamed lesions that are generally filled with pus. They may appear white or yellow in colour, and popping pustules can lead to acne scarring


Nodules are another type of inflammatory acne lesions that develop under the skin. It can be seen as large, hard, painful bumps that embed under the skin surface during the later stages of acne breakouts. They look like papules but they are larger, raw and painful to touch. They generally do not contain pus. It can last long for weeks or months, difficult to treat, and it causes dark acne scars.


They are a severe form of acne lesion that are inflamed and filled with pus when oil ducts and pores become clogged and rupture. They are generally painful and require professional medical treatment.


Wearing a face mask help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and it has become part of our ‘daily wardrobe’.
However, wearing face masks may have side effects on our skin.

READ MORE to follow the SKINCARE GUIDE to better prevent skin irritation from wearing masks.

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There are many treatments to treat Acne Scars.

Treatments like Infini and fractional lasers stimulate collagen production, which fills out the scars from beneath.

Laser skin resurfacing such as the Fotona and Revlite remove micron thin layers of the skin, as well as reduce pores and treat uneven skin textures.

INFINI TREATMENT is an effective treatment to treat acne scars. Wa


Watch our doctor perform INFINI Treatment:

Acne Scars Treatment in Singapore


READ MORE to find out what type of acne scar you have, and details of other treatments for acne scars.


How to get rid of dandruff and scalp pimples: The causes, treatment, and preventive methods to know

No hair-related woe is insurmountable. Lank, lifeless locks are rescued by dry shampoo; dry, damaged tresses restored from potent potions; and the fallout from a bad haircut reduced thanks to a multitude of extension options. Is there a cure for every hairy situation? It seems so — unless, of course, your issue goes deeper, below the surface. Literally.

Be it itchiness, flakiness, or acne, there are a multitude of problems that can plague your noggin. Unlike your mane, scalp health is rarely touched upon, as dandruff, scalp pimples, and the like are thought to be unsightly, embarrassing, and therefore, unmentionable. Not for us. We sit down with haircare experts to get the dirt on the scaly sitch, below.

What is dandruff?

“Essentially, it is a skin condition that affects the scalp,” explains Leonica Kei, trichology specialist and founder of Leonica K Trichology. “The main symptoms include flaking, itchiness, and inflammation, which can be detrimental to one’s self-esteem over time.”

What causes dandruff?

Dandruff comes about when skin cells grow and die off too fast — aka before it undergoes a renewal cycle, which takes 28 days. “Both genetics and lifestyle choices play a part in dandruff growth. If skin sensitivity is hereditary within the family, for instance, then there is a higher chance of experiencing dandruff, particularly if a scalp is not well-cleansed,” Leonica elaborates. “Mostly, it has to do with factors such as stress, hormonal changes, lack of sleep, and not washing your hair frequently enough.”

Can you prevent dandruff?

It all boils down to using the right haircare products. Valerie Koh, Director of Juno Hair, recommends products containing antifungal actives such as zinc, climbazole, and selenium sulphide. “Such ingredients work to slow dandruff growth, effectively killing any yeast and reducing it to normal levels,” she discloses.

How do you get rid of dandruff?

“Believe it or not, dandruff is a condition that comes and goes. It’s entirely normal, as the skin of our scalp changes as we age,” Leonica points out. “Ultimately, it’s all about having a line-up of hair products that work for you. If you’re suffering from dandruff, I would recommend the Leonica K Trichology Clear Shampoo as well as Anti-Pruritic Scalp Tonic to keep your scalp in tip-top shape.” Valerie, on the other hand, is a fan of Sachajuan’s Scalp Shampoo, Wella SP Clear Scalp Shampeeling, and the American Crew Anti-Dandruff + Sebum Control Shampoo.

What about scalp pimples?

Think of it this way: your scalp works very much like your skin — where it can be prone to dryness, scabbing, and, naturally, acne, too. However, do note that inflammation and itchiness in excess could be an indicator of bigger problem, such a bacterial infection. When in doubt, seek help from a medical professional.

What causes scalp pimples?

According to Leonica, the scalp actually contains a higher concentration of sebaceous glands compared to other parts of the body, thus making scalp pimples a common occurrence. “Some sebaceous glands are more active, and hence, produce more oil,” Leonica clarifies. “So, pimples are an indication that the oil glands are too active and when bacteria are trapped, skin cells then begin to multiply in a faster rate. This then results in pimples.” Much like dandruff, a hormonal imbalance, lack of sleep, and even using too much oil-based hair products can also play in a part in the growth of scalp pimples.

How do you get rid of scalp pimples?

Regular scalp treatments and cleansing can help with the situation, as it prevents oil and flaky build-up. As with the zits you get on your face, Valerie finds that products containing glycolic acid, sacylic acid, tea tree oil, and benzoyl peroxide are beneficial when applied directly to bumps. This eliminates bacteria and thus speeds up the healing process.


Here’s where to buy CeraVe skincare in Singapore

You cannot talk about cult skincare brands without mentioning Cerave.

Launched in 2006, this dermatologist-developed skincare brand is all about treating and helping sensitive skin. Ceramides, a lipid molecule that alleviates dry and damaged dermal barriers, are the key ingredients across Cerave’s product line, brought to the market at a time where ceramides weren’t in many skincare vocabularies.

Thanks to being so nourishing for easily-aggravated skin on both the face and the body, Cerave began to blow up across the beauty side of the Internet, backed by influencers, dermatologists and satisfied users.

The key points people celebrate about Cerave are straightforward: the brand is affordable, hydrating, and formulated so gently and simply that there’s little risk of it worsening your skin’s inflammation. These benefits are especially applicable to people who suffer from conditions like acne and eczema, as Cerave’s dermatologist-backed prowess has proven time again that it soothes and improves against those ailments.

We know that Cerave is a great skincare brand to purchase, but unfortunately, it has little presence here. However, if you want to buy Cerave in Singapore, there are plenty of other channels to turn to, and we round them up here. Before we get to the “where”, let’s first glimpse at the “what to buy”.

What to buy from Cerave

The fantastic thing about Cerave is that its wide product range lets you use create a one-brand routine. 70 items can be daunting to weed through, so the bestsellers are as follows:

Cerave Foaming Facial Cleanser: Formulated at a pH of 5.5 (read why this is important here), this gentle gel-to-foam cleanser protects your acid mantle and keeps your face hydrated, rather than stripped, after a wash.

Cerave PM Facial Lotion: This lotion has made waves across social media for its hydrating, restorative properties. Aside from ceramides, this power-packed product has niacinamide, a wonder ingredient with benefits such as blemish and scar reduction, brightening and anti-inflammation.

Cerave Eye Repair Gel Cream: The eye area is the most sensitive on the face, prone to fine lines, puffiness and dark circles. This thin, quick-absorbing eye cream corrects these issues with a high dose of niacinamide, hyaluronic acid, and of course, ceramides.

Where to buy Cerave in Singapore


By far, Shopee has the most comprehensive selection of Cerave products available across numerous sellers. Price points are kept affordable, shipping is reliable, and sellers often have discount codes for bulk purchases. When it comes to Cerave, we know that you’ll be stocking up.


Digital beauty retailer Lookfantastic has a limited selection of Cerave’s body moisturisers, in various formats, including its jumbo-sized tubs and pump bottles.


Lazada has some sellers that put out Cerave’s bestsellers amongst their wares, with the most accessible product being its cleansers and PM lotion. If you’re going straight for the gold, then Lazada is a convenient choice.


While iHerb stocks most Cerave’s body products, including a hard-to-find itch relief cream, the healthstore giant also has the brand’s AM and PM facial lotions, eye cream and retinol serum available.

All photo credit to Cerave.

5 Acne Scar Removal Treatments In Singapore & What They Mean In Non-Cheem English

Acne scar treatments in Singapore

Search the words, “acne scar removal,” and you’ll instantly be made aware that a ton of treatments exist for this skin condition. Often times though, there can be a little too much information cluttered with technical jargon that can be confusing.

Here, we get to the bottom of the most common treatments, so you’ll know exactly what takes place when gunning for flawless skin. But first, a little background on acne scars:

Types of acne scars

One way to know what treatment will work best for you is by identifying what kind of acne scars you have. Here’s a breakdown of the most common types: 

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The Clifford Clinic

  • Ice-pick scars: Deep dot-like scars that are pitted.
  • Rolling scars: Wavy in appearance, similar to a bumpy road, usually with sloping edges.
  • Boxcar scars: Similar to rolling scars, but with more obvious, defined edges.
  • Hypertrophic scars: Scars that protrude from the skin.

There isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution for each type of acne scar, since it differs from person to person. This is why there’s a variety of different acne scar removal treatments available, all of which need to be tailored to your scar type and severity of scars.

Most treatments work by stimulating collagen production within the skin that restores its original – and smoother – state. 

1. Laser treatments – to speed up natural healing

Lasers can be used to either zap off blemishes on the skin, or heat blood vessels to stimulate collagen growth. New cells will then grow to fill up the gaps and push up acne scar depressions. And tadahnew, rejuvenated skin.

Most modern lasers can target specific areas, so healthy skin cells won’t be affected. These treatments are also much less painful to endure.

Here are 2 types of lasers commonly used in Singapore:

  • PICO MLA: Can be used to correct enlarged pores, bumpy skin texture, wrinkles and acne scars
  • Edge Fractional CO2: More suitable for acne scars on larger areas like your cheeks and forehead.

Doctors can select specific frequencies to suit your skin with PICO MLA Lasers

Downtime: Less than 1 week.
Visible results: After 1 session.

2. Radiofrequency microneedling – to puncture and “repair” scar tissue

Microneedling is a process that uses fine needles to “wound” your skin, triggering the production of new collagen cells. When you add radiofrequency into the equation, you get small doses of energy delivered underneath the dermis to repair the skin from within.

This treatment usually targets deeper acne scars, and also has benefits like skin lifting, and correcting wrinkles and fine lines. 

Here’s a brief explanation of different microneedling methods: 

  • Infini: For very deep acne scars like ice pick scars.
  • Secret RF: Similar to Infini but uses a different type of radiofrequency. Some acne scars may respond better to it. 
  • Rejuran S: Strengthens the skin’s ability to regenerate. Best used for sunken acne scars.

Secret RF has a 64-pin handpiece for a fast treatment process that covers larger areas like the cheeks
Image credit: The Clifford Clinic

Downtime: 3-5 days of scabbing.
Visible results: Skin’s condition will continue to improve over the next month.

3. Subcision – for more serious acne scars

A slightly more invasive acne scar treatment, Subcision requires longer downtime, but can achieve immediate results. During the procedure, a needle is inserted into the skin to detach old collagen bands to create a buffer layer for collagen regeneration under the skin. 

Downtime: 1 week of slight bruising
Visible results: Immediate results and continued improvement in complexion to be expected over the next 2-3 weeks.

4. Chemical reconstruction – uses chemicals to remove acne scars

TCA Cross is a type of chemical peel where, instead of removing the top layer of your skin, it’s applied directly on acne scars. It’s a more targeted alternative that uses highly concentrated acid to trigger the growth of collagen cells.

The solution is deposited directly on the scar’s surface via a fine needle
Image adapted from: The Clifford Clinic

Suitable for mild to moderate scar types, TCA Cross is usually used with other treatments like lasers to get the best results. 

Downtime: 3-4 days of redness over treated areas.
Visible results: After 2-3 sessions. Acne scar appearance will continue to improve for several months after the procedure.

5. Dermal fillers – filling depressions of acne scars

Particularly effective for visually jarring acne scars like rolling and boxcar scars, dermal fillers are used to restore lost volume in the skin. It’s made up of a gel that mimics collagen, and is injected into the skin to fill up the holes that scars have left. 

The results are immediate, and the skin will absorb this gel over time, and continuously improve in elasticity and firmness. The plus point about this treatment is that it lasts for up to 4 years while looking natural.

Dermals fillers work best on areas like the cheeks, chin and temples, and it can even be used for nose contouring too.

Downtime: Slight inflammation is possible, but only needs 1-2 days to subside.
Visible results: Immediately

Our experience with acne scar treatments

Since seeing is believing, we sent fellow colleague Elaine to try them out for herself. Having struggled with ice pick and rolling scars for the past 6 years, she underwent 3 different treatments at The Clifford Clinic to improve her skin’s appearance.

The entire duration took about 4 months, with a 1 month cool-off period in between each session for her skin to heal completely. Here’s how it went:


Before each consultation, the staff will lead you to a room where you can wash your face so that the doctors can thoroughly examine your skin. Medical Director Dr Gerard Ee discussed suitable treatments for her condition, before explaining the process and downtime needed for each one.


Dr Gerard recommended Infini, Secret RF, and Pico MLA as suitable treatments for Elaine’s relatively mild skin condition. Before each session, clinic assistants applied 2 layers of numbing cream that each took about 30 minutes to settle in. For patients who cannot tahan pain, you can also opt for local anesthesia injections.

Pico MLA treatment

Both Infini and Secret RF microneedling processes were similar and each one targeted different types of scars: the machine punctures the skin much like a stapler to deliver energy into its layers. Pico MLA however, may be more uncomfortable for those with low pain tolerance. The laser sweeps over problem areas like scar clusters, for a slightly longer continuous duration.

Throughout the treatment, Dr Gerard walked her through the process and explained each step. The treatment itself only took about 15 minutes each for the cheeks, to the jaw and chin.

Recovery and results

There was minimal downtime for Elaine’s Infini treatment. She experienced swelling and redness for about half an hour after, but her skin appeared normal otherwise. On the other hand, her Pico MLA and Secret RF treatments left her with about 5-7 days of more obvious redness, though there was no post-treatment pain.

Since then Elaine’s skin has started to appear smoother, and her acne scars are now less obvious. Her skin will continue to heal and regenerate collagen over the next few months.

Acne scar treatments at The Clifford Clinic

Acne scar treatments aren’t a one-size-fits-all thing and treatments vary according to individual needs. But with the help of staff at The Clifford Clinic, Elaine managed to find a treatment that met her needs. 

The clinic offers a myriad of acne scar treatments that include these 5 common ones. And being a non-surgical aesthetic medical clinic, they also offer other services, from body sculpting to face lifting, as well as hair transplants and packages for brides-to-be. 

So if you’ve got acne scars to battle along with other aesthetic concerns, head on over for a consultation to find a suitable solution.

Find out more about acne scar removal treatments at The Clifford Clinic


Address: 24 Raffles Place, #01-03 Clifford Centre, Singapore 048621
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 10AM-8PM (Closed Sundays)
Telephone: 6532 2400

This post was brought to you by The Clifford Clinic.
Photography by Dexter Looi & Sharlene Lau.

90,000 12 Best Acne Remedies – 2020 Ranking (Top 12)

Acne or ACNE (acne), acne, acne vulgaris is a chronic recurrent disease of the sebaceous glands caused by many factors.

According to statistics, at different periods of life, any rashes on the face appear in 70-90% of people, and at the age of 14-19 in 93%. That is, this topic really worries many. The best acne remedies will be discussed in our rating.

Classification of acne

Depending on the age at which they occurred:

  • Acne infantum – appears at the age of 3-18 months, localized on the cheeks.Usually they pass by themselves by 1-2 years.
  • Juvenile acne (teenage acne) – appears at the age of 9-25 years, the maximum peak is 15-19 years, localized in the central part of the face (T-zone: forehead, cheeks, nose, chin). They pass after hormonal changes in the body or turn into adult acne (late).
  • Late acne (acne tarda) – appear after 25 years, localized mainly on the lower third of the face and neck. Almost always associated with the hormonal system, often disappear after the appointment of oral contraceptives.

By severity:

  • 1- Almost clear skin – a small amount of comedones (blackheads) and single papules (rashes without a purulent head).
  • 2- Light – less than half of the face is affected with comedones, papules and pustules (rashes with a purulent head).
  • 3- Moderate – more than half of the face is affected with a large number of comedones, papules and pustules.
  • 4- Severe – the whole face is affected with a large number of comedones, papules, pustules and single nodes (large, deep inflammations)
  • 5- Very severe – the whole face is affected with pronounced inflammatory acne and nodes.

Causes contributing to the onset of acne (acne)

Recent research in the field of dermatovenerology and acne treatment suggests that the first in the process of the onset of rashes is inflammation, which can be provoked by the following factors:

  • Hormones. Yes, yes, this is indeed one of the most common causes of acne on the face and body. In the vast majority of cases, you can find an increased level of androgens (for example, dehydrotestosterone), or simply a high sensitivity of the sebaceous glands to androgens (sex hormones). Good news : if acne appeared in adolescence and is associated with hormones, then after 25 years and the normalization of hormonal levels (or oral contraceptives, which will be prescribed by a gynecologist), they go into stable remission (practically do not appear). Bad news : Acne can also appear after 25 years, the so-called adult acne.
  • Sebum overproduction. Oily skin – as a rule, it all starts with it. Greasy shine, enlarged pores.Insufficient cleansing – and hello, blackheads, comedones and acne. Although the presence of oily skin does not yet indicate the mandatory appearance of rashes (if the hormonal background is in order, and the care is correctly selected). The good news : those with oily skin have wrinkles much later than any other. Bad news : If oily skin is constantly dry, more sebum will be produced.
  • Follicular hyperkeratosis . Essentially, poor cleansing and exfoliation of old (dead) cells in the top layer of the skin.The cells accumulate and clog the duct of the sebaceous gland, which creates a plug (thickening) and an anaerobic (anoxic) environment for bacteria to grow. It can provoke rashes both on the face and not on the body. Good news : A good cleanser and exfoliator will solve the problem. Bad News : Foundation and powder also clog the ducts.
  • Pathogenic microorganisms . In particular, Cutibacterium acnes (bacteria), formerly Propionibacterium acnes and Demodex (mite).Refers to conditionally pathogenic flora, normally found on the skin. With an increase in number, they are able to maintain and lead to acne and inflammation (although they are not the main provoking factor). Good news : Topical antibiotics and antiprotozoal agents are helpful (as well as physiotherapy). Bad News : If you don’t solve other problems, then not for long.
  • Incorrect power supply . There has been a lot of discussion and research on this topic.To date, experts have come to the conclusion that certain foods and substances do lead to acne and other skin problems. These are milk (especially skimmed) and dairy products, fast carbohydrates (especially fast food and foods with a high sugar and starch content), foods containing a large amount of amino acids: leucine, valine, isoleucine, as well as protein shakes (BCAA). Good news : If you reduce your intake of the above foods and switch to a healthy diet (more vegetables), the risk of facial rashes will decrease. Bad News : Sugar and starch are almost everywhere.
  • Overweight . High body mass index (BMI) is a risk factor for the development of moderate to severe acne in adolescents and young adults. Overweight and obesity are especially often associated with rashes in girls 18-20 years old. The good news : Sports and weight loss work well in the fight against acne as well. Bad News : More often than not, being overweight is one of several factors and additional treatment and care may be required for a good result.

In order to solve the problem of acne or take it into remission (the stage of rest, in which there are no active rashes) for many years, a comprehensive individual approach is needed. Very often it is even a change in lifestyle. The simplest and most common starting point for dealing with acne is to find a good treatment and care product. Not all of them will definitely work for you, but something will definitely work.

Finally, the information on the remedies for acne on our site is given as a guide.The correct treatment should be prescribed by a doctor! Improper use of funds can only worsen the situation. If acne on your face is not an isolated problem for you, but a serious disaster – do not self-medicate, contact a specialist.

Best Acne Remedies – Top 12

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Clear Proof® acne acne acne cream for problem skin

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The formula of the product targets acne and helps to eliminate them.The highly effective cream is instantly absorbed without leaving any residue.

Apply a thin layer of cream to the affected skin (1-3 times a day).

  • 2% salicylic acid – has a preventive effect on the skin, normalizes the activity of the sebaceous glands.
  • Extracts of Canadian fireweed, sea heather and burdock root – care for the skin and have a mild disinfectant effect.
  • Avocado extract – contains active ingredients that help to reduce the activity of the enzyme responsible for the production of sebum.
  • Vitamin A – restores the balance and pH level of the skin, increases its firmness and elasticity.
  • Fat Free
  • Unflavored
  • Suitable for sensitive skin
  • Non-comedogenic

At any age, people can suffer from temporary or permanent rashes.The Clear Proof® system of products for problem skin is a comprehensive approach to skin care. Using the products of the system day after day, you will notice how your skin condition improves.

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SeaCare Anti-Acne Face Cream for Acne and Acne with Acnacidol, Evermat, Resystem, Bisabolol and Vitamin E, 50 ml.

 SeaCare Anti-Acne Acne & Acne Cream is specially formulated for oily and acne-prone skin. The main active ingredient in this cream is Acnacidol BG, a unique ingredient that restores the physiological balance of the skin by reducing sebum synthesis, minimizing active sebaceous glands and inhibiting the development of bacteria responsible for acne. The cream is enriched with Evermat, an active phytocomplex that regulates the secretion of the sebaceous glands, has a strong pore-constricting effect and visibly reduces oily sheen.The cream contains Resistem, an active ingredient from plant stem cells that reduces micro-inflammation and reduces skin redness. The cream contains RonaCare Bisabolol, an anti-inflammatory agent that reduces redness caused by acne-prone skin, protects and soothes sensitive, itchy skin; Vitamin E, Almond Oil, Olive Oil, Squalane Oil and Shea Butter. 

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Face cream Face without problems healing for acne 50ml

A quick-acting healing cream dries up pimples, eliminates redness and swelling on the skin, relieves pain in a short period of time.The cream’s powerful antiseptic complex destroys bacteria and prevents new breakouts.

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90,000 Five inexpensive remedies for problem skin

In our selection, we present the five best budget remedies that are effective for acne, irritation and redness, and which are available either at home or at your nearest pharmacy.


One of the most effective anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial medicines. Has a drying effect, which helps to get rid of small acne and skin inflammation. Apply on a cotton pad, then wipe the surface of the face.


This ointment has a wide spectrum of action: it reduces inflammation, has a wound healing effect and inhibits the growth of bacteria.It can be used to treat burns, acne, acne, irritation and to heal wounds.

Salicylic ointment

Salicylic acid is one of the most popular treatments for acne, and therefore is included in most anti-acne cosmetics. It is because of this that it is recommended to fight blackheads and acne with this ointment. Salicylic ointment should be applied every evening to problem areas of the skin.

Hydrogen peroxide

A pharmacy that is available to almost any housewife, most use peroxide as a disinfection of wounds.But besides this, this remedy can be used to treat blackheads. To do this, you need to apply a small amount of hydrogen peroxide to the problem area of ​​the skin, as it helps to loosen the pores and cleanses the skin of impurities.

Tincture of calendula

Most often, calendula tincture is used as a lotion for wiping the face. Can be used either neat or diluted with water in a 1/1 ratio. Thanks to the action of calendula, the skin dries out, which is why acne and blackheads disappear faster.

Pharmaceris T Acne Prevention Cream COMEDO ACNE 40 ml – Planet of Health

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Product description

Cream based on a combination of shikimic acid and azaleic acid salts with an additional anti-acne action and a brightening discoloration effect.
It regulates the exfoliation process and unclogs clogged pores to promote sebum production.The concentrated formula reduces the number and size of open and closed blackheads while intensely tightening pores and reducing the appearance of acne scars.
The drug strongly normalizes the amount of sebum secreted, thereby effectively preventing ugly skin shine and the formation of new acne rashes.
The niacinamide contained in the cream has a multidirectional effect, lightening acne, relieving redness and supporting skin regeneration.
After 3 weeks of use, the skin is hydrated, toned and intensely smoothed.Shikimic acid
Has a strong antibacterial and anti-acne effect, cleanses the pores. In addition, it moisturizes and regenerates the skin, leaving it smooth to the touch.
Shikimic acid effectively suppresses the activity of tyrosinase, which plays a role in the formation of melanin. This means that it can effectively reduce post-acne as well as prevent their appearance.
Azeloyldiglycinate potassium
The molecule combines azelaic acid and glycine. It is softer on the skin than pure azelaic acid and has better moisturizing properties.Reduces the secretion of sebum, suppressing the excessive shine of the skin. Moisturizes and smoothes the skin, improving its elasticity and density.
The glycine content provides a moisturizing effect and increases the plasticity of the stratum corneum.
Potassium azeloyldiglycinate is able to suppress the activity of the enzyme tyrosinase and reduce the production of melanin. This means that it lightens age spots and prevents the appearance of new ones, acting more effectively than arbutin or kojic acid.

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