Overnight Acne Treatment

Do you have a big presentation at school or work tomorrow? Or perhaps it’s the first day of school, a dance or a first date? Whatever it is, did you have a few troublesome acne spots that you need cleared up pronto or at least get them less visible so that applying concealer helps?  Well let me just help you out! I actually stumbled upon a trick in my pursuits of battling my acne breakouts. This merely an overnight treatment and if you like you can do it up to 3 times a week.

What You Need For Overnight Acne Treatment:

St. Ives Apricot Scrub (Blemish & Blackhead Control)

Blemish Mud Face Mask

Desitin Maximum Strength


How To Use Overnight Acne Treatment:

Step 1.

Wash face with the Apricot Scrub. Rinse face off and pat dry.When rinsing your face allow the water to rinse it off and use a warm water not too hot or cold.


Step 2.

Apply the Blemish Mud Face Mask by following the directions and rinse off as directions call for also.


Step 3.

Apply the desitin to your trouble acne spots. The scrub and mask will help clear the black heads and impurities, but for those pimples that are red etc the desitin will help to bring down the redness and start clearing them up. I realize it is diaper rash cream, but it contains a good strength of zinc oxide which is fantastic for acne!


When you get up the next morning wash your face and apply your facial products normally! You should see a huge difference! And try using makeup for acne prone skin that day too to aid in keep your acne breakouts to a minimum.