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Cellex C Oil Free Hydrating Gel

Reviewing: Cellex C Clear Complexion Seboregulator (Oil Free Hydrating Gel For Acne Prone Skin)  |  Rating:
mendoi By mendoi on
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MAIN FACIAL SKIN ISSUES1-acne2-dry peelingness in the Winter (pretty windy and rains on days on end in Vancouver in Winter - actually it rains all year long)MY STORYI haven't experienced acne in years because I've been cheating. I was on birth control pills for a good 5 years, and when my doctor discovered I was using it solely for my skin, he put me on anti-biotics.One day, the esthetician at my hair salon discovered this, and advised me of damage this may cause my liver. So I promised her I would slowly go off of the pills. She sold me a line of CELLEX-C for acne prone skin products, one by one. And I have acne-prone skin again, now that I'm completely off those pills.MY EXPERIENCEThe GoodThis is awesome at moisturizing. My skin immediately absorbs the product, and it will especially be great for my winter skin. I love the gel consistency.The smell is really yummie and fresh to me, but won't be good for those sensitive to fragrances.The OkayI don't think it PREVENTS any acne, but rather does not ADD to it. So it doesn't cause any breakouts.The BadThis thing costs me a whopping $61.00. Although it's not AS bad as say... $80.00 Chanel moisturizers, it still hurts.SummaryAll in all, it's a good moisturizer, but it doesn't TREAT my acne like I would like it to. But that's what the rest of the CELLEX-C line is for.