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Review: Hiruscar Anti Acne Range

Acne has always been one of my major skin concerns since young. A lot has been spent on improving my skin condition, be it facial or products. Even though it did improve over time, I still have occasional outbreaks due to various reasons. It is important for me to keep the bad skin conditions to the minimum because of work reasons so I do try to use anti-acne products from time to time to help with it.
A couple of days ago, I started on a new range of anti acne products from Hiruscar, a dermatological skin care formulated especially for acne prone skin. This range includes:
~Hiruscar Anti Acne Pore Purifying Cleanser
~Hiruscar Anti Acne Pore Purifying Serum
~Hiruscar Anti Acne Spot Gel

I'm loving this range so far, it hasn't caused any new breakouts like how some products do. It not only helps to keep my breakouts under control; the improvement can be seen within 2 days! My skin tends to be quite stubborn so the before/after picture towards the end of the post might not show that significant of a result but I will continue to use them religiously to see even more improvement :)

Another thing that I'm impressed is how it works well with my current products. I have been using this range together with my current toner & moisturiser and it seems to complement these products. So if you're thinking of trying this range without changing your entire skin care routine, I think you can try to mix it up as the formula is gentle too! The few key ingredients in this formula include salicylic acid (helps with removing dead skin cells,  aloe vera (soothe redness) and MPS - Mucopolysaccharide polysulphate (maintains skin moisture).
Step 1: Hiruscar Anti Acne Pore Purifying Cleanser ($14.90)
A gentle, sulfate-free, oil-free and colour-free cleanser that deeply cleanses the skin without stripping its natural moisture. I love how one pump of this water-based cleanser effectively removes excess dirt & sebum and still balances the skin's moisture. My face feels clean though the product is not strong and doesn't lather as much due to its gentle formula. Plus, the scent is pleasant too!
Step 2: Hiruscar Anti Acne Pore Purifying Serum ($39.90)
A light-weight moisturiser for acne prone skin that helps to provide the required moisture while reducing excess sebum which can cause acne formation. This actually works as a toner/moisturiser/serum which is rather impressive. I am using this more as a serum so I start off with the cleanser, my toner, the serum and my moisturiser before finishing off with spot gel on problematic areas. This has a unique scent that kinda smells spicy? Scent aside, the serum works as promised, a light and non-greasy texture that gets absorbed into the skin fast and leaving my face shine-free for a much longer period of time.
Step 3: Hiruscar Anti Acne Spot Gel ($19.90)
The highlight of the range! This clear spot gel helps to reduce acne problems like blackheads, whiteheads & pimples. Formulated with Vitamin C derivative, it also helps to lighten acne spots and dark marks. I haven't actually tried this on spots/dark marks, and I think I am using too little product on problematic areas, probably another reason why I didn't manage to see that much of results. Nevertheless, I will be applying more on the areas and hopefully clear up more of the problematic areas soon!
Additional note, it is best to use this 2-3 times a day to see better results! :)
As promised, here's how my skin looks after using it, ignore the huge pores by the way! 
Hiruscar Anti Acne Range is currently retailing in selected Watsons & Guardian stores. And if you would like to try the product first, you redeem a sample of Hiruscar Anti Acne Spot Gel on Sample Store to try! Please sign up as a Sample Store member if you have not already done so, there are lots of samples for you to try out before committing to a purchase! :)

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