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Have you heard of the new vegan skin care line called Relogy yet? The natural acne treatments begin with the innovative “Dual Action Treatment Foam,” which is easy to use and penetrates deep into the skin’s surface to start clearing up acne immediately. Relogy’s dual-action foam is totally different from ordinary acne care products because you can use it like a topical acne treatment, (which doesn’t require rinsing) or you can use it as a treatment cleanser (with rinsing). I recommend rinsing for those with more sensitive skin.
Its innovative system of active ingredients also fights acne differently than ordinary acne care products. This unique blend of botanically-based ingredients promotes healing and has a soothing anti-inflammatory effect on your skin. Plus, it smells great and feels terrific on your skin!
At the same time, Relogy’s 100% Natural Skin Balancing Lotion with Coconut Milk is the ultimate side-effect preventer, as it keeps your skin soft, hydrated and nourished. It’s just what you need for healthy, glowing skin!
For flare-ups, you can use the Targeted Spot Treatment, with Seaweed Extract. It goes straight to work on blemishes to further boost your results. A cooling rollerball applicator applies anti-inflammatory treatment directly where you need it, so you can be confident your blemishes will fade quickly and completely.
Quick Facts about Relogy:
- Cruelty free and vegan
- Plant-based – no harsh chemicals
- Easy to use – spend less time at the sink
- Use once a day for acne prevention
- Use twice a day for moderate to severe acne
Press samples have been provided for review. Opinions are the author’s own. Article may contain affiliate links.