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A Targeted Approach

By Melissa Meisel, Associate Editor | December 9, 2013

Clear Clinic offers specialized skin care.

Green Tea Serum

Billed as the doctor’s favorite, the Green Tea Serum (GTS) contains 2.4% of this antioxidant powerhouse, according to Dr. Schweiger, who noted that even 2% of this tea is effective as a topical antibiotic.

The Great Pumpkin and More

The foaming face wash—affectionately referred to as “Foamy” by the doctor and his team—is free of actives for a gentle clean. Meanwhile, the Pore Purifying Pumpkin mask is a chemical exfoliator to be used one to two times a week.

Signals for the 'SAS'

When skin sends an SOS, send in the SAS (Serious Action Serum) for adult acne. This “elegant combination,” according to Dr. Schweiger, contains salicyclic acid and manula oil, to name just a few ingredients.

Vanishing Point

This clear spot treatment contains salicylic acid, glycolic acid and zinc in a gel that is applied lightly with a sponge wand in the cap.

Clear Clinic Acne Treatment Center in New York City will launch almost 20 new blemish-busting, skin-soothing SKUs in January 2014 as part of its personalized treatment system. According to clinic founder Dr. Eric Schweiger, the program was designed to empower the country’s 50 million acne sufferers to “not fight acne alone.” Here’s a look at some hero products at the company.

More info: www.clearclinic.com
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