Skin Care Questions and Answers About inflammation
I just want to clarify the sequence of using the following products:- 1. drying lotion; 2. buffering lotion; and 3. anti acne serum...Read Response (asked by Wei W.)
Dear Ms. Wong
Thank you for your interest in Mario Badescu Skin Care. Each of the products that you have is meant for serving a specific anti acne purpose.
The Drying Lotion is a great spot treatment made with a blend of calamine and salicylic acid to dry up surfaced whitehead pimples overnight.
To use: Do not shake- Insert a q-tip to the bottom of the bottle then dab directly on top of surfaced whitehead pimple before bedtime and leave on overnight.
Buffering Lotion is a spot treatment for deeply rooted cystic blemishes-helps to calm inflammation and promote healing.
To use: Shake well then apply 1-2 drops on any deep cystic blemish using finger tip to apply on any deep cystic blemishes to promote healing.
Anti-Acne Serum is a 2% salicylic acid based gel that helps to keep acne at bay.
To use: Apply 3-4 drops on acne prone areas of the face before bedtime to gently exfoliate surface dull skin build up and to keep it smooth and clear
I am very interested in buying your Special Healing Powder, but I am afraid that the Sulfur in it will irritate my skin since I am using Benzoyl Peroxide. Can they both be used at the same time?...Read Response (asked by Maria C. of Newark, NJ)
If you are currently using topical nightly Benzoyl Peroxide, I would avoid using the Special Healing Powder at the same time. Benzoyl Peroxide calms inflammation and kills bacteria that cause pimples. It also dries out the skin by reducing the oil on your skins surface. Since the Sulfur based Special Healing Powder helps to fight acne causing bacteria as it absorbs excess oil output, the combination of the two may over dry and irritate your skin.