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Eliminate acne, deep clean pores and reduce the appearance of oil and shine with this simple, two-step Regimen. With breakthrough BPO2 Technology, this teen and young adult acne treatment delivers more oxygen and Benzoyl Peroxide to pores, drying out and clearing breakouts from Day 1. Also included in this limited-edition set is a complimentary SPOTLESS™ Backpack.
• Daily Acne Wash: 5% Benzoyl Peroxide cleanses pores to help eliminate teen and young adult acne before it starts.
• Acne Clearing Treatment: Breakthrough BPO2 Technology delivers more oxygen and Benzoyl Peroxide to dry out and eliminate acne. The unique dual-chamber delivery system delivers 2.5% Benzoyl Peroxide in tandem with our boosting gel. This combination ensures maximum efficacy of Benzoyl Peroxide, reducing the number and severity of acne blemishes and helping prevent new ones from forming.
SPOTLESS Launch Special includes:
SPOTLESS Daily Acne Wash (125 mL / 4.2 Fl.Oz. U.S.)
SPOTLESS Acne Clearing Treatment (50 mL / 1.7 Fl.Oz. U.S.)
Complimentary SPOTLESS Backpack
Use once daily and increase to twice daily, as tolerated. If bothersome dryness or peeling occurs, reduce application to once a day or every other day.
Step 1: Wet skin with lukewarm water.
Step 2: Using fingertips, apply a thin, even layer of SPOTLESS Daily Acne Wash and massage over entire face for 90 seconds, avoiding all contact with eyes.
Step 3: Rinse thoroughly and pat dry.
Step 4: Dispense 1-2 pumps of SPOTLESS Acne Clearing Treatment into palm and blend evenly.
Step 5: Cover the entire affected area with a thin, even layer of product. Do not rinse off.
Wash hands after application; product may bleach hair and dyed fabrics. If going outside, apply sunscreen after using these products. If irritation or sensitivity develops, stop use of both products and ask a healthcare professional.