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Skincare

Im looking for products to smooth out small bumps on my forhead and chin, these bumps are acne but do not appear as acne because they arent red, i have had trouble finding products to help smooth these areas out. Any suggestions? Thanks!

Re: Skincare

I suggest you try Dr. Dennis Gross' Alpha beta daily face pads. Their very similar to what Keely suggested so you should be fine using them. Hope this helps!

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Hi Beauty 321,

 

I would highly suggest the FAB Facial radiance pads - http://www.sephora.com/facial-radiance-pads-P278317?skuId=1309608

 

I had the same problem as you and these pads have really smoothed out my skin! I use them twice a day and find them very gentle but still effective.

 

I've also used the Peter Thomas Roth pads before (both the gentle and max) and didn't see any results with them.

 

Good luck!

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I agree with xpap.  I use the Facial Radiance Pads and really like how they help to smooth out and tone my skin.  

I've also added the First Aid Beauty Facial Radiance Serum and it has done wonderful things for giving me a smooth complexion.  

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I would suggest a sulfur treatment. I am also suffering from closed comedones which are clogged white heads that haven't surfaced yet. I'm currently using Peter Thomas Roth's Sulfur mask just before my shower. It has been helping them raise to the surface and dry up. You should find a gentle, yet effective exfoliator as well like Kate Sommerville's ExfoliKate or the FAB face pads. I've found that I had better luck with the Exfolikate, but the face pads are great too. Everyone's skin is different.

 

To help smooth them out use a full coverage foundation that isn't pore clogging.

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@spyski, when applying the sulfur mask, do you cleanse first then apply the mask?  I've been thinking of trying out a sulfur mask also to see if it helps with all my clogged pores.

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Yes, but with a light cleanser maybe even cleansing water perhaps to rid makeup and dirt on the surface. Make sure you use a good moisturizer afterwards since it can be very drying, but I have pretty oily skin this summer so its not drying for me.

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