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Cosmetic Chemist Review, Ingredients: Clinique Acne Solutions Clinical Clearing Gel Salicylic Acid Medication — Comparable Results To Best Prescription Treatment

Cosmetic Chemist Review, Ingredients: Clinique Acne Solutions Clinical Clearing Gel Salicylic Acid Medication -- Comparable Results To Best Prescription TreatmentIn a 12-week acne reduction study, Clinique Acne Solutions Clinical Clearing Gel is clinically proven to treat blemishes with results as good as a leading topical acne prescription drug.

Cosmetic Chemist Review, Ingredients: Clinique Acne Solutions Clinical Clearing Gel Salicylic Acid Medication -- Comparable Results To Best Prescription Treatment
Clinique Acne Solutions Clinical Clearing Gel implements a 4-in-1 Clearing Complex to help treat and prevent future breakouts, combining exfoliating and anti-blemish agents with sebum-controlling and anti-irritant agents.

Cosmetic Chemist Review, Ingredients: Clinique Acne Solutions Clinical Clearing Gel Salicylic Acid Medication -- Comparable Results To Best Prescription Treatment

Here’s how the 4-in-1 Clearing Complex works:

· Anti-acne: Salicylic acid clears away dead surface cells that clog pores to help resolve and prevent breakouts.

· Oil-control: Laminaria saccharina helps normalize the excess production of oil.

· Non-irritating: Sea whip extract calms and soothes skin, and helps reduce surface redness.

· Exfoliate: Salicylic acid promotes healthy cellular turnover.

Cosmetic Chemist Review, Ingredients: Clinique Acne Solutions Clinical Clearing Gel Salicylic Acid Medication -- Comparable Results To Best Prescription Treatment*Photos Courtesy of Linda Farwell of www.farwellphotography.com

Cosmetic Chemist Assessment:

“What impressed me most is that Clinique clinically tested this product against a leading topical prescription acne treatment, and the results show it to perform comparably. Based on this, I consider this product to be a great value for consumers.”

Available beginning March 2014 at Clinique counters nationwide and at also can be purchased here on www.BeautyStat.com. Suggested Retail Price: $17.00 / 15ml and $25.00 / 30ml.

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– Ron Robinson, cosmetic chemist and founder of BeautyStat.com

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3 comments

  1. I can’t wait to get my hands on this product! I’m a clinique lover and hope this product really does the job.

  2. I’ve suffered from acne for 38 years so I’ve tried a lot of products including prescription. I’m intrigued by the combination of ingredients in this product and happy they didn’t do to salicylic acid what Neutrogena did to it (their “hydrating” formula doesn’t soak into the skin like their plain clear old formula used to) . I’d like to give this a try and see if it will help me. I also use salicylic acid for an ear ailment I have (long story). I’d be interested to see how it made my ears feel (applied to my outer ear with doctor approval). Last, I’d like to know the % of salicylic acid. Just curious as it may not matter so much when combined with the other ingredients. I’d appreciate a sample.

  3. So how do you get the sample?

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