How to Clear Acne and Fade Dark Marks in 2 Steps
How to Clear Acne and Fade Dark Marks in 2 Steps:
With so much going on in the day, it can be hard to stick to a skincare routine that treats and prevents acne. Finding a system that easy to use, fast and effective can be just as challenging.
Most acne kits are comprised of 3 steps and include a cleanser, toner, and an acne lotion. However, studies show that toners are not necessary in one’s cleansing routine and that a cleanser with the right ingredients will do the same thing that that the toner does. In fact, toners used on acne-prone skin can cause irritation, redness, or over-drying.
To address these challenges, Dr. Lin developed a 2 step acne clarifying system to simplify the daily acne treatment and prevention routine.
Step 1: Cleanse
- Wash your face morning and night with the Daily Cleanser. It contains a 2% salicylic acid formula that prevents that purifies clogged pores and provides a deep cleanse to prevents breakouts.
Step 2: Treat
- Apply a thin layer of acne lotion to clean the skin. This moisturizing treatment contains 2.5% micronized benzoyl peroxide that allows penetration into pores to kill acne bacteria and reduce breakouts with less irritation compared to traditional benzoyl peroxide. It’s also formulated with natural botanicals like bearberry tea extract to fade dark marks left behind from damage.
Dr. Lin’s 2 Step Acne Clarifying System, includes everything needed to clear acne and fade dark marks left behind a daily cleanser and moisturizer, there is no toner needed and a step is eliminated. His 2 Step Acne System even comes with a bonus spot corrector, to treat those unexpected pimples, fast.
“From my own acne struggles and daily experiences with my patients, I formulated this complete 2-step system,” said Michael Lin, MD. “It breaks the acne cycle and treats both acne and the dark and red marks left behind. Now, my patients have continuously clear skin,” he said.
With spring here, it’s a perfect time to start a new routine with a 2 Step Acne System! If you are looking for something simple and easy, the 2 Step System is an easy alternative.