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This might help - Neutrogena Spot Stress Control

(5 Posts)
Want2beme Thu 11-May-17 23:47:23

I was listening to a dermatologist & skin expert on the radio recently and the presenter asked her to recommend a reasonably priced product for sufferers of spots, that could be purchased in a supermarket, high street chemist, etc. She said that the product should include the ingredient salicylic and would recommend Neutrogena Spot Stress Control facial scrub. So, as a spot sufferer for more years than I care to remember, especially on my chin, i went & bought said product and by jove, it bloody well works. I started using it a month ago and within the first week of use all my spots were gone and not one since. I'm in shock. It hasn't made me look beautiful and younger looking, I'm 50, but I'm really delighted with finally having no spots!

I know that everyone's skin is different, and what works for one may not work for another, but I just wanted to share this recommendation and maybe it'll help someone else.

StrawberryMouse Thu 11-May-17 23:50:45

Thanks for the recommendation. I recently went to the gp about horrible hormonal spots, particularly on my chin and have been given Dua cream to try. It's helping slightly with the spots when they appear but unfortunately hasn't done anything to reduce the rate at which they pop up so will definitely give this a try alongside.

Want2beme Fri 12-May-17 11:12:45

Hope it works for you and continues to do so for me. It's the first time
something has.

The Dermatology Specialist Nurse, Selene Daly, I was listening to recommended Neutrogena. I haven't actually looked at her site yet, but will take a look over the weekend.

IHaveBrilloHair Fri 12-May-17 11:16:16

My 15yr old is a huge fan of nutragena and her skin looks much better since using it.

IHaveBrilloHair Fri 12-May-17 11:17:00

I've spelled that completely wrongblush

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