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    is lacto calamine good for acne prone skin. your suggestions please

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    i won't suggest it as it has high content of moisturizer and also it blocks the skin pores and your skin might be more prone to acne.

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    I agree with Ashma any type of lotion or creme that is dense and does not allow the skin to breathe is not good for acne prone skin. The pores will clog and tend to hold that oil and dirt in. This will lead to more pimples and blackheads.


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