After reading praising reviews about Avene TriAcneal cream, I decided to tackle my blackheads once again.
TriAcneal is improved version of well-known Diacneal from Avene and its main task is to control acne and blemishes. But this isn’t the only asset of this ‘magic in a tube’. The eflectiose limits the inflow of mediators responsible for the cutaneous hyperreactivity.
Glycolic acid helps to eliminate skin imperfections, through its effect peels and smooths the skin surface. And finally soothing and anti-irritant properties of Avene Thermal Spring Water help to reduce redness.
I never had any major acne problems but wanted to see if TriAcneal will sort out my t-zone imperfections. I’ve been using it for 3 days now and I can already see improvements. I just can’t believe how fast and effective this cream is! Blackheads and red marks are starting to disappear!
In some cases after using TriAcneal quantity of blemishes can double and dryness/flaking will occur. This didn’t happen to me as of yet but most reviewers promise it’s just temporary. At £18.50 (inc. Delivery) 30ml seems pricey but a little goes a long way. Plus I don’t think we mind paying extra for a product that works so well!
Let me know if you were so pleasantly surprised with TriAcneal effect or if it didn’t work for you at all. I will update you all on how it performs after using it a bit longer.
Thank you for reading and have a lovely weekend my beauty addicts.