This Acne Spot Treatment Helps Reduce the Severity of Acne Blemishes & May Be Used during Pregnancy
Features Colloidal Sulfur, Tea Tree Oil & Chamomile
Penetrates the Pores to Help Control Acne Blemishes
Helps Keep Skin Clear of New Breakouts
Free of Salicylic Acid, Glycolic Acid, & Benzoyl Peroxide — Common Acne Fighting Ingredients That Should Be Avoided during Pregnancy
Absorbs Quickly; Non-Greasy
OB/GYN & Dermatologist Recommended
No Artificial Dyes or Fragrances, Phthalates, or Paraben Preservatives
Cruelty Free; Not Tested on Animals
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Comments about Belli Acne Control Spot Treatment, .5 oz:
I bought this after I got pregnant with my second child. I had HORRIBLE acne throughout my first pregnancy but just suffered through it because I was afraid to use anything. This time, I thought I'd give this spot treatment a try. My acne cleared up almost immediately. Like noticeable difference the next day. I used the spot treatment all over (like a serum) for the first few weeks. Now that my acne has completely cleared up, I'm down to once a week spot application for the occasional pimple. This is seriously a life-changer.
Biggest cons are the price (I'm on my 2nd bottle and I'm still early in my second trimester), and the fact that it's really drying. I use this product, then slather my skin in moisturizer. If I use it too heavily, my skin peels. But it's still better than horrible acne.
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Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Cleanse the skin thoroughly before applying medication. Cover the entire affected area with a thin layer 1 to 3 times daily. Because excessive drying of the skin may occur, start with 1 application daily, then gradually increase to 2 to 3 times daily if needed or as directed by a physician. If bothersome dryness or peeling occurs, reduce application to once a day or every other day.