Dealing With Adult Acne – How to stop getting pimples past your 20’s

Are you over 20 and still getting pimples? Here are our top five spot treatments you need to try to manage adult acne and get that clear skin!

Dermalogica Concealing Spot Treatment

Whether it be before an important event, job interview or date, why do pimples see it as their time to shine? This dual-approach conceals the spot while clearing it up, which means you won’t need to reach for you makeup powder to cover it up. It is a highly successful way to manage adult acne and one that our team promotes.

Teen Aspect Stop Spot

Teen Aspect is an excellent way to deal with pimples as an adult. It effectively targets individual pimples as they appear and deals with them accordingly. Simply dab this treatment on to the affected area as often as required. With key ingredients including ethanol (to dry out the breakout), Niacinamide (to soothe and control oil) and Salicylic Acid (as an anti-bacterial and to exfoliate).

Alpha-H Clear Skin Blemish Control Gel

A potent combination of antiseptic Wild Oregano, anti-bacterial Eucalyptus, Tea Tree and pore-clearing Salicylic Acid helps to reduce excess sebum and adult acne causing bacteria while Zinc, Licorice and Vitamin B3 work to soothe and may help prevent further blemishes on the skin.

Medik8 betaGel

A fusion of spot-fighting actives including dioic acid, salicylic acid, azelaic acid and niacinamide, all in a soothing and cooling clear gel. Packaged in a handy tube so can be taken on the move – making it the perfect travel adult acne pack. This treatment for blemishes and acne leaves an invisible film, that does not peel off, so that concealer can be added on top – handy or what?

Dermalogica Clear Start Emergency Spot Fix

Did someone say emergency acne treatment? This fast acting formula contains antiseptic and antimicrobials to stop breakout-causing bacteria from deep within the pore, clearing your breakout fast and earning it a place as a highly effective treatment for anyone getting pimples in their 20s and beyond.

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