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The Best Natural Moisturizer for Acne Prone Skin

Updated on October 18, 2013
The best natural moisturizer for acne prone skin
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The best natural moisturizer for acne prone skin is a product from Burt's Bees that is both non-comedogenic and free of harmful chemicals.

It works for skin of all ages but is best for young skin -- people in their teens and 20s who suffer from pimples, blackheads, and whiteheads.

When you are looking for an all-natural moisturizer free of chemicals and artificial ingredients you are often faced with the fact that many of these moisturizers can clog your pores and contribute to acne. Not this one.

The Best Natural Moisturizer for Acne Prone Skin
The Best Natural Moisturizer for Acne Prone Skin

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Burt's Bees Natural Acne Solutions Moisturizing Lotion is the perfect natural moisturizer for acne prone skin. This product is the best facial moisturizer for the following reasons:

  • It is very light and quickly absorbs into skin without leaving a trace behind. This is important for people who, for example, wake up with a film of oil on their face each morning -- a common occurance for teens. If this happens to you, you want a product that will not add to the oil already being produced by your skin.

  • This moisturizer helps heal skin irritation from acne with its Lemongrass, Witch Hazel, Goldenseal, and Hops ingredients. If you get painful inflammation from your pimples, these ingredients will help alleviate some of the soreness. These ingredients also help even out your skin tone so it has a balanced look.

  • It is 100% natural -- this is not common for commercial moisturizers for acne prone skin. Most moisturizers on the market are loaded with chemicals, that -- while they might help your skin in the short-term -- are also unnatural and have unknown repurcussions on your health over the long-term.

  • It is cost-effective. A bottle is $18 and should last you at least three months -- more if you only moisturize your face once per day.


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