This product did clear my breakouts, however you do need to be careful if you truly have sensitive skin. I am 34 and do not have severe acne but I would call it mild to moderate. I started using AcneFree on a Friday and by Tuesday nearly all of my acne was gone. I am prone to eczema and have fair skin which burns easily. I did experience some pretty uncomfortable burning by day 3 and 4, mostly on my cheeks, so I modified my routine a bit. The cleanser and toner both have Salicylic Acid in them which is a powerful acne fighter on it's own. The lotion has Benzoyl Peroxide in it which is also very effective in fighting acne, but it might not be necessary for you if the cleanser and toner are working well enough. I previously used zero acne-type medications on my skin so of course my skin is not used to these products. A slow and gradual approach might be best for sensitive skin users to avoid irritation. If you must use the lotion, just dab it on your spots for the first week or two, and do not put your regular face lotion over top of that and rub it all over your face (even if the peroxide has dried), because the peroxide will mix in with that lotion and you will get the stinging again. Overall, I would recommend it as it does seem to work, but just because it says it's for sensitive skin that doesn't mean you can use all 3 products on your face right off the bat and not throw your skin into a bit of shock, especially if all your skin is used to is regular old moisturizer.
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