A common mistake is people tend to dry out their skin when they have oily, or acne-pone skin, which makes the condition even worse. Acne prone skin needs to be treated, moisturized and protected, albeit gently.
Shockingly, as it relates to terms, the words "hypoallergenic", "non-comedogenic" and "non-acnegenic" - have no approved tests and there is no regulated standards - so, they are completely meaningless marketing claims.
The best thing you can do is to look for products made for sensitive skin, this way there is less of a possibility of a reaction or flare up. How do companies test this? Products that pass RIPT (Repeat Injury Patch Test) will show if a product is a non-primary irritant and a non-primary sensitizer. Another thing to look for is if the product was then reviewed and confirmed by Dermatologist testing.
The Scalisi Skincare Anti-Aging Moisturizer with SPF 30 passed RIPT (Repeat Injury Patch Test). 52 subjects, ages 19-67, 14 men/ 38 women, over a total period of 3 weeks and is a non-primary irritant and a non-primary sensitizer. Not a single test panelist showed any indication of any adverse reaction. This was then reviewed and confirmed by Dermatologist testing.
Everyone is different and you won't know how your skin reacts but if you have acne-prone skin, you still need to use a moisturizer.
We guarantee our products 100%, if you don't like it, you can return it for a full refund within 30 days.