6 BEST PRODUCTS TO TREAT YOUR BACNE PROBLEMS

While acne is typically considered a face-centric frustration, you’d be hard-pressed to find someone who hasn’t experienced a pimple or two — or dozens — somewhere south of the neck. Bacne, in particular, occurs because friction from clothing combined with dead skin cells, bacteria, and sebum can inflame pores, and lead to pimples.

With summer just around the corner, backless tops are making a comeback in our wardrobes. Unfortunately, backless tops aren’t the only ones making a comeback this season.

During summer, body acne is more likely to pop out, and it can be red, itchy, or painful when inflamed. Since we live in a tropical country, the high temperatures can cause oil-producing sebaceous glands to be more active. This overproduction of oil can mix with pollutants and clog the pores, which leads to acne. While confidence is key to sporting just about any outfit, you still shouldn’t let body acne stop you from flaunting your best skin.

Good thing there are a lot of products in the market to help you with your concerns. Here’s a list of highly rated skincare  and expert-recommended products that we gathered to help you fight bacne.

Dove Gentle Exfoliating Body Wash

Dove’s sulfate- and paraben-free Anti-Bacterial Body Wash as a stellar option for sensitive skin types who are prone to developing acne and folliculitis on their backs.  Dove claims this pH-balanced body wash is mild enough for daily use and the bottle is made from 100 percent recycled plastic. It received a 4.7-star average rating from more than 2,220 reviews on Amazon.

CeraVe Body Wash with Salicylic Acid

This non-comedogenic body wash is made from a combination of salicylic acid and hydrating ceramides. It is also free of parabens and fragrances, making it gentle enough for those with sensitive skin. This CeraVe product boasts a 4.5-star average rating from more nearly 12,200 reviews on Amazon.

Neutrogena Body Clear Body Wash

Neutrogena claims its body wash is dermatologist-tested and doesn’t leave behind any potential residue. The brand also makes a pink grapefruit-inspired acne body wash that is infused with vitamin C.

Oxecure Sulfur Soap

It contains 2.5% Sulfur to help cleanse away dirt and impurities and unclog your pores.

Oxecure Body Acne Spray

formulated with 2% SalicylicAcid to fight off acne-causing bacteria, visibly reducing body acne in as fast as 1 week! Still not convinced? Studies show that after just a week of using the Oxecure Body Acne Spray, 93% experienced reduced amount of acne, 93% experienced reduced size of acne, and 90% saw lighter post-acne marks.

Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream

Despite its thick consistency, Cetaphil claims this body cream is non-comedogenic, meaning it won’t cause breakouts. The brand also asserts its Moisturizing Cream is dermatologist-tested and hypoallergenic.

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