Best Answer: If you're looking for acne relief, this is not the product for you. Trust me - I used to have cystic acne, and I had it for 2 years. I was at the dermatologist's office practically every week, so I know what I'm talking about when it comes to acne. This product is too abrasive for acne prone skin. Micro-dermabrasion scrubs are good for brightening and softening, but should not be used to try to clear up acne. Try using micellar water to clean your face and, this will sound counter-intuitive, but MOISTURIZE, MOISTURIZE, MOISTURIZE! People with acne over-cleanse the skin and dry it out. Your skin becomes too dry, so your body will compensate by producing more oil (sebum). Clean your face twice a day with micellar water and always moisturize with oil free moisturizer after the micellar. Alternatively, your dermatologist can prescribe antibiotics, which is the quickest way to clear up acne, but you should still clean as suggested above. Hope this helps!