Rx for Brown Skin Review

Rx for Brown Skin Review. As a brown girl I love products that cater to my skin's specific need...

Rx for Brown Skin Review. As a brown girl I love products that cater to my skin's specific needs and wants. We all have different skin types and if you really want great skin you have to use products that are best for your skin's type. If you have acne use acne products, if you have dry skin use products for dry skin and etc. I've learned this lesson the hard way you should always use products that cater to your skin type.



Before I get into my review Rx for Brown Skin is a up and coming skincare line for people who have brown skin ranging from yellow complexions to chocolaty browns. This could mean Asian, Hispanic, Indian, or African America, and to be honest even Caucasian (white). Some Caucasian women say its great for their skin even though it's not brown. Within the Rx for Brown skin line there are products to cater to one's skin type such as acne, dry skin and rough skin. I purchased three products from the line. Bright and Clear Cleanser For Acne Prone Skin , Bright and Even Exfoliating Toner, and Bright and Even Exfoliating Cleanser. My review below is my overall experience for all three products.

What Rx for Brown Skin Says It Does:

Bright and Clear Cleanser For Acne Prone Skin
What it is:
A medicated cleanser for brown skin with prominent and plugged pores.

What it is formulated to do:
Oil, acne outbreaks, and clogged pores often plague brown skin. This soothing cleanser for all ages helps to control oil, and prevents and clears acne blemishes, blackheads, and whiteheads. Though strong enough to remove pore-clogging debris, Bright And Clear Cleanser helps reduce irritation and maintain soft skin.

Bright and Even Exfoliating Toner
What it is:
An alcohol-free, enzyme-rich toner for the entire face.

What it is formulated to do:
Increases cell turnover by removing unwanted skin cells, without the drying effects of alcohol. Skin is refreshed and radiant, and protected by a beneficial layer of antioxidants. Ideal for dull, uneven, mature, or hyper-pigmented brown skin.

Bright and Even Exfoliating Cleanser
What it is:
A superb exfoliating cleanser for brown skin.

What it is formulated to do:
Revitalizes dull, lifeless brown skin by lifting off dirt, debris, and environmental pollutants, to uncover radiant, evenly toned skin. Formulated with glycolic acid, it gently exfoliates without irritation to reveal skin that is silky soft.

What else you need to know:
As brown skin matures, skin cells become sticky and don't rejuvenate properly. This exfoliating cleanser increases cell turnover and revitalizes skin, making it ideal for dull, uneven, mature, or hyper-pigmented brown skin.

What I Say Rx For Brown Skin Does: All I can say is that my skin has never looked brighter and more radiant. I even told my best friend about RX for Brown Skin and she loves it. I used to have terrible acne and sometimes I still do have breakouts which Is why I also purchased the one for acne prone skin. My skin is also very soft and smooth and all of my previous acne scars have started to fade away. If you have brown spots on your face Rx for Brown Skin is a must have. Its quickly become my number one everyday skincare line. If you want smoother skin I suggest getting the Bright and Even Exfoliating Cleanser and if you want clearer skin grab the Bright and Clear Cleanser For Acne Prone Skin. Use the toner for even better and faster results. You can find all of the Rx for Brown Skin at your local Sephora with products ranging from $18-$50. The toners are $18 while the cleansers are $21.


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