Get a SKIN-tervention with Clear Proof Acne System #Giveaway

Thursday, September 18, 2014



Within the past few months my skin has started to go bonkers.  I'm sure my hormones that are trying to get back to normal aren't helping the situation much, but I literally cannot handle having the skin that looks like a fourteen year old going through puberty.  I'm flipping 31 years old.

It was time for a SKIN-tervention.

I'm a creature of habit so any kind of change makes me panic.  But it was time.  My skin was a mess and I seriously couldn't handle it anymore.  I needed to find something that would stop these breakouts, cleanse and tone up my skin and moisturize my face without making it feel like I just used a pound of Crisco on it.  Recently I was asked to try out the Clear Proof Acne System for Mary Kay.  I wasn't sure if I should take this as a sign from the skin gods answering my pimpled face prayers or rather a subliminal message that is trying to tell me to edit my blemishes a little bit better with the photos I post for the blog.  Either way I was excited to try out this new cleansing system.  I've always been a fan of Mary Kay products (the eyeliner has been a fav for years) and knew the name offered quality products for women like myself.

What exactly is so great about the Clear Proof Acne System from Mary Kay?  Well, let me share with you some of the facts:

  • The key to a clear complexion is using a skin care regimen that uses combination salicylic acid and benzoyl peroxide as its acne fighting ingredients.  The Clear Proof Acne System from Mary Kay uses this approach!
  • Salicylic acid exfoliates dead skin while benzoyl peroxide reduces bacteria. Together, these ingredients visibly reduce the number of acne blemishes, their severity, and prevent new pimples from forming.



The kit contains four cleansing components:
--Clarifying Cleansing Gel gives the skin a deep clean, removing dirt, excess oil and impurities. The salicylic acid formula helps to reduce the shine and unclog pores to help achieve clearer skin.

--Blemish Control Toner removes dead skin cells to help keep pores from clogging and prevent new pimples from forming. The salicylic acid-based formula cleanses skin completely to help tighten pores and appear less noticeable to give you healthy, clearer skin.

--Acne Treatment Gel penetrates and clears pores to target bacteria and visible reduce a pimples redness. The benzoyl peroxide product absorbs bacteria quickly to help reduce the number of pimples, and allows the skin to heal and prevent future breakouts.

--Oil Free Moisturizer is a fast- absorbing, lightweight, non-pore-clogging formula that helps provide your skinniest the balanced hydration it needs. The formula helps control shine and excess oil to leave skin feeling nourished and healthier.



I've been using the Clear Proof Acne System for about three weeks now and I am absolutely thrilled with my results.  My skin has had minimal breakouts and my pores look amazing.  At first the four components seemed intimidating.  However, I'm obsessed with each of the four cleansers, especially the Blemish Control Toner.  I don't think I will ever go without a toner in my cleansing regime again.

Now I'm sure you are ready to try the Clear Proof Acne System for yourself, right?
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For more information or to order your Clear Proof Acne System from Mary Kay (retails for $45) check out their website or find them on Facebook!


Disclosure:  The Clear Proof Acne System, giveaway and information, have been provided by Mary Kay.  All opinions are 100% my own.

4 comments:

  1. i wanna try the Oil Free Moisturizer

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  2. I'm most excited to try the Acne Treatment Gel!
    mcfallsk8er[at]aim[dot]com

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  3. I would be really interested to try the oil free moisturizer!

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  4. I'm excited to try the -Oil Free Moisturizer. Several moisturizers I've used in the past feel heavy or greasy, I'm hoping this one will work well and not clog my pores and cause acne.

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