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Don’t Let Fall Mess With Your Complexion!

You might be enjoying the cooler fall weather, pumpkin spice lattes, and those cute new booties, but your skin might not be. How can we tell? Breakouts, blackheads, and the occasional monster pimple that’s popping up on your skin. It’s common for your skin to freak out with the change in seasons—but you can get it under control. Just like your wardrobe needs an upgrade in the fall, so does your skincare routine. These products will rid acne flare-ups. Five you need to add to your rotation:

clairtymdDitch Acne in 6 Weeks

ClarityMD: This two-step skin-clearing line gets skin gorgeous with the Deep Pore Cleanser and Clarifying Gel. It’s proven to clear acne three times faster than leading OTC and topical Rx acne fighters—all without drying and redness. What’s the secret? It’s a combination of skin healers bakuchiol and bisabolol and skin-clearing salicylic acid. $49.95; claritymdacne.com

Treat Angry Skin Gently

silkpeelSILKPEEL Skin Clarifying Acne Treatment Pads: Acne products can be notoriously harsh on skin. This gentle alcohol-free formulation combines exfoliating 2% salicylic acid and witch hazel to fight pimples, while aloe and menthol sooth and calm irritation.

$25; lovelyskin.com

zoskinSay Goodbye to Oil Slick Skin:

ZO Offects TE-Pads Acne Pore Treatment: Bacteria plus excess oil equals acne flare-ups. But the 2% salicylic acid in these pads gently exfoliates and unclogs congested pores. Botanical extracts calm inflammation and soothe irritation. $45; zoskinhealth.com

skinfoGive Bacteria the Brush Off:

Skinfo Clear Skin 5% Medicated Acne Gel: With 5% benzyol peroxide to kill acne-causing bacteria and banish even the most stubborn breakouts. $13; skinfo.com

Smooth Acne Scars

Sublative Rejuvenation: You don’t need the evidence of breakouts sticking around. Sublative uses fractionated bipolar radio frequency technology that places heat energy into the dermis. This procedure both helps treat existing breakouts and smoothes and improves the look of acne scarring. www.Sublativeskin.com

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