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Product Review – PCA Skin Acne Gel

8th March, 2018 by Andrea



This past couple of months I have been using the PCA acne gel, which is an acne treatment product that clears existing acne blemishes and prevents the occurrence of future breakouts.


Pca have made this product with a 2% Salicylic acid, Cinnamon Bark, Ginger Root, Green Burnet Root & Licorice Root Extracts.


I noticed within the first week of using this product that my skin felt fairly dry, I put this down to the 2% salicylic in the product.


However, after using this more and more my skin slowly started to get used to the product and was no longer dry, after getting by the dry stage my skin then started getting more breakouts which is a normal skin response to a cosmeceutical product.


3 weeks after using this product I noticed that my skin finally started to clear its self after drawing out all of the dirt and oil, this then left my skin clear free from spots!


I used this product in the morning and evening after cleansing and applying my vitamin C.

-Emily x

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