Specifically designed to treat large, deep, cystic acne, the buffering lotion covers large erupted areas for overall treatment. Formulated with nourishing B vitamins and amino acids for healthy skin as well as soothing anti-inflammatory herbal extracts to promote healing. Reduce cystic acne fast with this deep penetrating, fast absorbing formula. For more information, please visit http://www.mariobadescu.com.
Average Price: $20.00
I bought mine Buffering Lotion at the La Te Da Beauty Bar, but they only have their on line store open now. I forgot about that when I added where I got it from, so I added the Mario Badescu webs site. You can find out if it’s sold in a store near you by going right to the Mario Badescu web site. Mario Badescu Buffering Lotion is specifically designed to treat large, deep, cystic acne. The buffering lotion covers large erupted areas for overall treatment and is formulated with vitamin B and amino acids for healthy skin. Its soothing anti-inflammatory herbal extracts also help to promote healing. Its fast absorbing formula works pretty quickly to reduce cystic acne because it’s deep penetrating. I’ve been getting these deep cystic lumps for years now, that I always called in grown zits because they only get bigger and never seem to get a head on them. They are very painful not to mention ugly. When I came across the Mario products the sales lady told me that I should give the buffering lotion a try that she had the same trouble with her skin and this is the only thing that helped her. I thought it was just a sales pitch, but after using it for a few days I notice that the lump I had at the time was going down. By weeks end it wasn’t there any longer and only I knew it ever had been. Mario Badesuc’s Buffering Lotion was the best thing that I had found on the market at that time. You have to make sure that you give the bottle a good shaking to mix the formula up. It is pretty running so you have to be careful if your going to apply it, but ounce you have it rubbed in you can’t even tell it there. That’s another nice thing about it, it is invisible when on, so no one know its there. The web site says to use a clean fingertip to apply it and to do so at night, but I use it more often then that. I like to shake some onto a cotton pad and while just sitting watching TV I’ll dab it on the place that needs it until I get sick of doing it. Then I put some on and leave it dry. Its dries very fast and I’ve used it in the morning and at night and haven’t had any trouble with it. So depending on your skin type I’d say use it as often as you like.
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