Q:okay. i have acne.bad. skin id and proactiv are the same prices im pretty sure.
heres my problem:
you know how some say that if you use the same skin care medicine for a while, it’ll stop working because your skin gets used to it? i think thats why proactiv “stops working.”i’ve read reviews and everybody says it works for the first few months, but then it just…..stops and acne comes back.
so is this a good idea:i buy proactiv then use it until my skin becomes “imune” to it. then i buy skinid and use it till my skin becomes “imuned.” and just do a pattern. good or bad idea?
if its a good idea, which should i use first….proactiv or skinid?
bq:which works better overall?
and does skin id stop workin like proactiv?
A:I use Clean & Clear Spot Treatment Advance and wash my face with the Neutrogena Wave and moisturize with St. Ives Whipped Silk. It covers all three necessities for keeping acne away and it actually does work.
A:I think that clean and clear works good it’s not to strong at all! But a new acne zapped is out it’s call Zeno and it’s like a small thing that zips at your pimples and also it’s like heat it up and it take out the bacteria! You can get it at walgreen and walmart.
A:I think Clinique’s 3 step program works better than proactive. and its about 50$ a set and comes with 2x’s more product. its made to suit your skin type, i.e. oily, super oily, dry, or normal and the toner that comes in the set is AMAZING.
A:I haven’t tried it, but I have found that a lot of neutrogena’s products are very good so you may wanna try it. I also like a lot of oil of Olay’s products they seem to work well on my combination skin. I hope this helps
A:well you cant really tell people to tell you a skin care product, every ones skin is different. i use noxzema but my friends use proactive or clean n’ clear.