Keep breakouts at bay all day with Dermalogica MediBac Breakout Control. This invisible, featherweight formula is your new secret weapon against breakouts. Potent antibacterial ingredients fight breakouts without irritating the skin.
A great choice for hormonal teen acne as well as stubborn adult acne, MediBac Breakout Control is formulated with a unique blend of powerful Antibacterial Plant Extracts and Proven Acne-Fighters to keep skin smooth and calm whilst clearing and preventing breakouts.
- Lightweight, invisible formula can be worn under makeup without disturbing the skin’s appearance
- Packed with Antibacterials that fight acne all day long
- Clears up breakouts, whiteheads, and blackheads
- Minimises pore size
- Minimises oil production
- Prevents and minimises scarring or hyperpigmentation
- No artificial fragrances, colours, or parabens
- PETA-accredited, cruelty-free
Lactobacillus Ferment, a natural antibacterial, fights acne and breakouts without causing irritation.
Tea Tree Oil and antioxidant Zinc Sulphate fight bacteria whilst soothing redness and inflammation.
Azelaic Acid minimises oil production and fights scarring and hyperpigmentation.
Colloidal Silver is known to kill bacteria and control acne.
How to use
- Cleanse and pat dry.
- Apply MediBac Breakout Control directly to broken out areas, targeting specific breakouts rather than applying to the whole face.
- Continue with skincare routine as usual.
Who is Dermalogica MediBac Breakout Control for?
MediBac Breakout Control is ideal for anyone experiencing breakouts who prefers antibacterial ingredients over more traditional acne treatments like salicylic acid or benzoyl peroxide. This uniquely calming formula is also a great choice for acne-prone skin that’s also dry or sensitive. Suitable for all ages, genders, and skin types.
How do antibacterials fight acne?
Acne is formed within the pores when an excess of P. acnes bacteria feeds on dead skin cells and excess oil in the pores. Antibacterials help to kill P. acnes bacteria, halting their ability to feed and reproduce within the pores, which in turn stops acne in its tracks. Continued, sustained usage of antibacterial agents is recommended for those with persistent acne.