Insider Tip: Using Buffering Lotion for Cystic Acne

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There are very few non-prescription cystic acne treatments out there. In fact, the Buffering Lotion is a pretty unique product. Its lightweight consistency helps allow for the product’s active ingredient (sulfur) to be absorbed into the skin. And if you have cystic acne, you know how important it is to get to the root of the problem.

Here’s our extra tip for using the Buffering Lotion—for when you need to get aggressive with cystic acne:

Apply the Buffering Lotion as usual (using a clean fingertip) to the affected area and then apply a thin layer of Drying Mask over it. Rinse after 15 minutes and then reapply the Buffering Lotion.

When you want to stop cystic acne in its tracks or treat existing cystic breakouts, give this insider tip a try!

Author: Jill

As a long-time writer, editor, and esthetician, I’ve had an ongoing love affair with Mario Badescu Skin Care for years. I can usually be found reading, knitting, painting, trying new beauty and skin care products, and telling everyone to wear more sunscreen. These days, I’m feeling super grateful for the opportunity to share more Mario with the world! I believe that better skin care changes lives. For more about me, visit my Google+ Page.

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  1. Has anyone experienced using this for acne prone skin? I would love to hear some reviews. This could be a good pair with my anti-aging cream as I have an oily face and sometimes I have some breakouts on my skin especially days before my period. But thanks to LifeCell Skincare cream at least I can still maintain the glow and softness of my skin.

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