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Unseen Acne Exposed

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Combat 100% of the acne you see - and 100% of the acne you never saw coming

YOUR NEXT BREAKOUT MIGHT BE HIDING BENEATH THE SURFACE.

We all know the side of acne you can see. But the Neutrogena® Clinical Skin Imager has revealed another side of the story: the acne-causing factors you can't see. Fighting acne on the surface is only half the battle. Unseen Acne is forming below your skin's surface weeks before it appears.

HOW TO FIGHT SEEN AND UNSEEN ACNE:

Treat Acne Morning & Night

Using a powerful acne cleanser twice a day, such as the Neutrogena® MicroClear®, will help keep Unseen Acne from emerging.

Repeat the Routine

If you're only treating acne when you see it, you're only fighting half of it.
Keep up with your acne regimen, even when your skin looks clear.

Attack Below the Skin's Surface

Revolutionary MicroClear® technology pushes medicine deep into pores to fight both the acne you see, and the acne that's forming beneath the surface.

Fight with Strength

Only Neutrogena® has MicroClear®, which boosts the delivery of salicylic acid to the source of breakouts with powerful oil-dissolving agents.

© Neutrogena Corporation 2014

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acne you can't see

Acne: You Don't Know the Half of It

We all know the side of acne you can see. But what about the acne you can't see?

dermatologists talk

Dermatologists Talk

"Even if your skin looks clear, there could be acne forming underneath your skin. We call this Unseen Acne."

- Dr. Lisa Chipps,
Beverly Hills Dermatologist

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