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Yes to Tomatoes: Break Out Remedy

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I'm always looking for an effective, gentle line of products to help clear and prevent breakouts without irritating and over drying the skin.
 
I also like a soup to nuts line of products. 

I'm not happy when there is a cleanser and mask but no toner of moisturizer. Yes to Tomatoes Clear Skin is my latest acne fighting product line to test out. Yes to tomatoes does not disappoint!

The Yes to Tomatoes Skin Care Line

They offers a very full line of skin care products for oily acne prone skin that includes cleansers, cleansing wipes, toners, scrubs, moisturizers, a blackhead removal kit, a daily repair treatment and clay masks. 

They also have a nice detoxifying charcoal line of cleansers, micellar water, wipes, a cleansing bar, scrub and masks.

My daughters and I have been trying the Daily Clarifying Cleanser and the Daily Repair Treatment. Both contain skin healing aloe and tomato extract. The cleanser also contains watermelon seed extract. 

The Daily Repair Treatment contains lots of great ingredients to heal and soothe the skin including salicylic acid, witch hazel, bisabolol, pomegranate juice, lavender and ginger to help calm irritation and redness. Bisabolol is an anti inflammatory ingredient derived from chamomile. 

We all find that our skin is less blemished and feels softer without being dried out. We are not crazy about the smell of the cleanser, though. But, we are dealing with the smell because the products are really helping to clear our break outs!

Definitely give it a try!

Don't expect a miracle overnight, though. 

You need to give new skin care products at least a 2 week trial as with any other acne treatment. Find the fabulous Yes to Tomatoes products at Target, Walgreens, Walmart and on Amazon.

click here to shop for Yes to Tomatoes products.

Have a Happy Clearer Skin Day!

xo
Licensed Cosmetologist, Esthetician, Makeup Artist

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