7 Ways to Treat Acne That's Not on Your Face

Body, why do you betray us so?

Pimples suck. Pimples on places other than your face? They suck even more. Get rid of 'em with these handy products that will leave your skin clear and picture perfect.

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AcneFree Body Spray

This continuous spray isn't sticky, dries quickly, and has salicylic acid and glycolic acid to fight breakouts with aloe to sooth skin. Win, win, win, win!

$9; amazon.com

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Neutrogena Body Scrub

Two things to know: 1) The beads sweep away dead skin cells to give you clear skin 2) It's non-comedogenic (meaning it won't clog pores). Any questions?

$6; drugstore.com

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Proactiv Clear Zone Body Pads

These wipes fight acne with one swipe, using salicylic acid, glycolic acid, and astringent witch hazel for targeted application. BYE, ZITS.

$22, QVC.com

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Clinique Acne Solutions Face and Body Soap

This medicated soap targets breakouts with salicylic acne without over-drying, because there's nothing more uncomfortable than having acne *and* itchy, dry skin.

$15.50; Clinique.com

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Murad Clarifying Body Spray

The 360-degree spray allows you to apply to your back and any hard to reach areas without trouble, and with its quick-dry formula you don't have to wait to get dressed. #Blessed

$37; dermstore.com

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Peter Thomas Roth Blemish Buffing Beads

The body wash uses a glycolic and salicylic acid complex to fight breakouts and jojoba beads to exfoliate and get rid of the sebum that contributes to blackheads and whiteheads. Basically, it's perfect.

$38; peterthomasroth.com

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Tria Acne Clearing Blue Light

Need a more aggressive approach for body acne? Look to Tria's Acne Clearing Blue Light, the closest thing to a trip to your derm's office. The patented Blue Light penetrates the skin to eliminate acne-causing bacteria, with more than eight times the light than similar devices. It's pricey, but if you're plagued with body acne, it might just be worth it.

$300; sephora.com

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