1. Dr. Lin Skincare Acne Spot Corrector 1.0 fl. oz (30 mL)

    $7.99
    Treat the first sign of a breakout and fade the red and dark marks left behind with this powerful spot treatment. Formulated with 5% benzoyl peroxide to kill acne-causing bacteria. Works on old and new acne marks to fade discoloration on all skin types. Read More
  2. Dr. Lin Skincare Daily Cleanser 8.0 fl. oz (240 mL)

    $7.99
    Deep cleanse and prevent breakouts. Dr. Lin’s gentle foaming cleanser soothes, heals and reduces inflammation to treat and clear acne and the marks left behind.
    What it Does: - Breaks up dead skin cells to unclog pores - Prevents new breakouts from starting - Soothes, calms and heals inflammation - Evens out skin tone Formulated With: 2% Salicylic Acid: Helps to break up dead cells, unclog pores and prevent new breakouts from starting. Natural Active Botanicals: Diminishes the appearance of blemishes and acne marks with Dr. Lin’s proprietary blend of Bearberry Tea Extracts and soothing Allantoin. Free Of: Parabens & Hydroquinone Read More
  3. Dr Lin Skincare 2 Step Acne Clarifying System

    $19.99
    Treat and prevent acne and fade the red and dark marks left behind with this easy-to-use, complete 2-step system that includes a bonus spot corrector. Developed by Dr. Lin, this clinically proven system provides visible results in as little as 1 day, for all skin types. Delivers 30 days worth of acne fighting power. Read More
  4. Dr. Lin Skincare Daily Hydrating Gel 4.0 fl. oz. (120 mL)

    $7.99
    Soothe and rehydrate dry, irritated skin. Intensive gel treatment minimizes inflammation and restores skin moisture with hyaluronic acid, and reduces redness with aloe vera. Read More
  5. Dr. Lin Skincare Acne Lotion - 2.0 oz

    $14.99
    Clear acne and prevent future breakouts with this acne lotion. This fast-acting treatment contains 2.5% micronized benzoyl peroxide to kill acne-causing bacteria and natural botanicals to prevent red and dark marks from forming. Eliminates white-heads, blackheads and reduces inflammation. Read More