Good Skin Care Products For Bad Skin


Blackhead Cleaning Cleanser (similar) – Clean & Clear

Blemish Stick – Witch

Tea Tree Toner Water – Lush

I envy people who have perfect skin. People who get no spots what so ever. But saying that, I can guarantee you that even people with a perfect skin sometimes have bad skin days. I think its just written in the teenage guide book that spots are a must. I used to have bad skin, especially when I first started ‘changing’. When I say bad, I don’t mean extremely bad but I got spots. And I still do, but not as often as I have learnt how to look after my skin and what products I find work for me. I am going to share with you three of my favourite products and the ones I find actually make a difference. Sometimes you can pay fortunes for ‘spot zapping’ products that don’t actually work. These products I have suggested might not even work for you as products differ to what type of skin you have, but if you are looking for that perfect product, then I recommend trying these because I ave tried and tested them, so least you know it does work.

First is the Clean and Clear Blackhead Cleaning Cleanser. That was a mouthful wasn’t it! To use this product, I remove my makeup like normal, and then add the product onto a cotton wool pad and rub it onto the places on my face prone to black heads e.g my chin and nose. I do sometimes use the nose pore strips but one it really hurts to peel of and two its bad for your skin to apply that everyday. This is a good alternative because it makes your skin feel soft and you know it is doing its job as it stings slightly when putting it on but I can always see results from day one. I pick this up from my local Tesco, however it isn’t on the Clean and Clear website at the moment so I have linked a similar one.

Next is the Witch Blemish Stick. I have to say this is the best product of the three. It contains witch hazel which is a natural ingredient which is known for being really good at healing skin. It is very good for all skin types, and is easy to use. You push the stick up, dab it onto spots or across spot prone areas and just leave it like that. It is also small and compact so is perfect for travelling too. Not to mention it is very cheap, I would have thought it would be more expensive because it is really good quality.

Last is the Lush Tea Tree Toner Water. I tried this product without knowing really what it was and never using a toner before. But if you are looking for a toner then I highly recommend this one. It contains tea tree oil which is anti bacterical, anti fungal and anti microbial. It is good for removing makeup and leaves your skin feeling fresh. I sprince my face with it a couple of times and then rub it off with a cotton wool pad.

These products for me all showed really good results when my skin worsens so I would recommend them to any one. They are all under £10 which is really considerable too.

Do you use any of these products?

Emily Clare

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10 thoughts on “Good Skin Care Products For Bad Skin

  1. Hi,

    I have read your report and it is very informative. Like you, I sometimes envy people with seemingly perfect skin. There are loads of skincare products on the market and finding the right one to tailor to your needs can be challenging.

    Thanks for sharing the three products that work well for you.

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    1. Yeah, I feel like everyone compares themselves to people in the media etc. who have perfect or flawless skin, but then if you ask those people they also envy people. It’s just another way in which people need to learn to love themselves for who they are. Thank you for reading love.


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