Suffering with spots is something almost every person I know has dealt with in their life at some point or another. And if you haven't, well I envy you! We all have different ways of dealing with spots, but just recently I discovered the best skincare range that works wonder with my skin. This is Clean and Clear.
Before anyone asks, no this is not a sponsored post. I have bought all of these products with my own money, but I kind of wish it was because I have fell in love with their products and I want to recommend everyone I know to try them. A few months ago I was introduced to this brand when I was handed free samples of their new CC cream and oil control cream wash. I straight away wrote up a post about them which you can read here. Since then I have gone on to buy the full sized products and a spot treatment gel.
If you suffer from acne, or even just get the occasional breakout every now and then like me, then this brand is perfect for you. They are not highly perfumed like most spot treatments out there, and they actually work!
The spot treatment gel claims to make spots appear less red in 4 hours. I always apply this gel to my spots before I go to bed and when I wake up you can almost guarantee they look less red. I've also found this is amazing to use under your makeup as it can provide a protective layer over your breakouts!
Once i've applied the gel, I then apply the CC cream, also under my makeup. This works perfect to cover your breakouts whilst also treating them at the same time. If you want to see swatches of this cream, have a read of my sample post linked at the top of this one!
And finally, I wash my face once a day with the Oil Control Cream Wash. Not only does this control my oily skin, but it also prevents it from having any really bad breakouts. And, as a bonus, it smells lovely too!
For the past few months, my skin hasn't looked better whilst using these products and they are all really affordable! So they have definitely earned the title of my 'skincare saviours'! Have you tried any of these products? If not,what are your skincare saviours?