‘My daughter finally feels better about her skin’: Amazon shoppers turn to this product for cystic acne

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If you suffer from cystic acne or pesky breakouts that leave you frustrated, there is a solution on Amazon that may save you hundreds of dollars.

Shop: Cystic Acne Treatment and Acne Scar Remover, $20.89 (Orig. $25.89)

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This cystic acne treatment combats pimples, acne spots and breakouts. With ingredients like bentonite clay, tea tree oil, organic arnica and aloe vera, this product not only treats acne but also soothes irritated skin.

Thousands of Amazon reviews praise this product and its results. Literally, this product has over 10,000 ratings right now. “My daughter has very sensitive skin, and acne washes are too harsh for her and moisturizers burn her face. I cannot tell you how great this product is. My daughter told me after using it for almost a week. Her skin is clearing up. Thank you again; my daughter finally feels better about her skin,” wrote one extremely happy parent.

Another reviewer said they saw results the first night. They commented, “This is amazing. I feel like I’ve tried most, if not all, of the ingredients individually before, along with dermatologist treatments, antibiotics and multiples lines of acne care systems. But, literally the first night, this started calming my cystic acne down.”

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