Is Scalisi Skincare Suitable for Acne-Prone Skin?
I have been asked this question time and again. But, apart from the question being directed at my skincare line, I have also been asked if moisturizers, in particular, are suitable and even, necessary for oily, acne-prone skin.
My answer is Yes on both accounts.
A common mistake is people tend to dry out their skin when they have acne, which makes the condition all the more worse. Acne prone skin needs to be treated, moisturized and protected, albeit gently.
This brings in the need for Scalisi Skincare Anti-Aging Moisturizer with SPF 30. The Anti-Aging Moisturizer has been tested under many things including RIPT (Repeat Injury Patch Test). 52 subjects, ages 19-67, 14 men/ 38 women, over a total period of 3 weeks.
The results show Scalisi Skincare Anti Aging Moisturizer 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.
As it relates the terms: "hypoallergenic", "non-comedogenic" and "non-acnegenic" - there are no approved tests nor regulated standards - so they are completely meaningless marketing claims.
I will say that everyone is different and you won't know how your skin reacts until you use the product - which is why I guarantee my products 100%, if you don't like it, you can return it for a full refund within 30 days.