Zap That Zit

DA MAN - - Grooming -

One thing’s for sure: You’re never too old for break­outs. How­ever, what dif­fer­en­ti­ates ado­les­cent and adult acne is lo­ca­tion. Teens tend to suf­fer break­outs around the T-zone while adults will likely find acne along the U-zone—across the chin and the lower halves of the cheeks. Kiehl’s has come up with a new prod­uct to re­duce the ap­pear­ance of acne on adult (and ag­ing) skin: the Der­ma­tol­o­gist So­lu­tions Break­out Con­trol Tar­geted Blem­ish Spot Treat­ment. One of the key in­gre­di­ents of this prod­uct is sul­fur, which can re­duce the size of acne le­sions with­out ir­ri­tat­ing the skin sur­round­ing them. The ad­di­tion of vi­ta­min B3 also helps soothe the skin and pre­vents it from feel­ing oily.

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