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Peace Out Skincare Acne Serum Review: What I Really Think

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If you have acne-prone skin, you know how annoying it is when another brand touts yet another miracle product to help you treat your bumps and pimples overnight. Trust me I’m in the same boat. I got acne when I was literally 11 (thanks genetics!! thanks puberty!!) and have been dealing with it ever since. Even after trying Spironolactone and taking Accutane for half a year, I did it quiet struggled with flares of cystic pimples, whiteheads and clogged pores. That’s why I want you to trust me when I say I’ve found a serum that actually really works with my skin.

It’s from Peace Out Skincare, that TikTok-loved brand that’s responsible for those impressively gross pore marks and the dark spot treatment serum that works overnight – I’ve tried that too – and it helped stop an extremely bad cystic flare-up in a little over a week to fight and treat .

I started using this serum once a night for a few days to test how it worked on my skin. Those of you with sensitive skin like me know that acne treatments can sometimes make your skin problems worse by overly drying your skin and stripping it of all those essential oils. This one didn’t — I kept my same routine with a gentle exfoliating cleanser and CeraVe moisturizer.

After this dry run, I started adding the serum to my morning routine (same as night time but also with vitamin C serum and SPF) and without a second thought a few days went by and a couple of horrible cysts were gone. Not to mention that the normal pimples and pimples are gone too.

I know of a number of brands that advertise such successes, but I genuinely think this acne serum has worked wonders on my skin. It’s been about a month since I started using it twice a day and my skin looks so much better than before. My friend noticed, my friends noticed, and my zoom screen noticed.

Peace Out Acne Serum

Not only did this treatment help get rid of those bumps, but it also helped eliminate scars. See I’m a skin picker and if there’s something juicy on my face I can’t function until I get it out. This is obviously not good as it leads to annoying scars, but I can’t help it. Now that this serum stops those big pimples from popping up, I have nothing left to pick at. I touch my face much less often and my skin lives in peace.

The serum itself is made up of Salicylic Acid, Niacinamide, Zinc and Vitamin C. Salicylic Acid is great for sucking dirt out of our pores and preventing future oil and skin build-up, while Zinc and Niacinamide help lighten dark spots and prevent the build-up of Tallow. As we know, vitamin C is a heavy hitter for color correcting and pimple zapping. This quartet work together to create a truly potent yet surprisingly gentle acne serum that works fast.

In fact, a consumer study found that 97 percent of users said their skin looked clearer after using the serum for just a week. I can confirm that, of course, but so can other reviewers. Just look at the before and after photos.

“My skin has completely changed since I started it! My pores are smaller, skin is clearer and I finally have a radiant and even skin tone,” wrote one five-star reviewer. “So amazing!”

Another called it the “holy grail of serums,” adding, “I LOVE this serum. First, the smell is amazing. The product is very smooth and leaves your skin super soft. I feel my skin as a more even texture. I wear this under my makeup. I work in a hospital so the outbreaks have been bad since the start of Covid. I’ve definitely seen a reduction. I also used it after washing my face at night. I’m starting to see results and will definitely be buying the larger bottle.

If you’ve ever struggled with acne or just want to prevent future bumps from forming, this is the only product you can count on. Trust me, I’ve tried practically all of them.

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Brian Ashcraft

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