Should I use Neutrogena grapefruit acne face wash?

No. Topical benzoyl peroxide and/or retinoids acid without pricey gimmicks are your best friends. If you Are not obviously better in two weeks, get with your physician and we can clear you with your help.

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Neutrogena grapefruit acne face wash, does this work well?

Acne face wash. This is a commercial product not a prescribed treatment for a doctor to endorse. It is over the counter and you will need to use your own judgement and experience. Read more...
Salicylic acid. It's not a bad first try because of the salicylic acid. The grapefruit color and scent are for the aesthetics. If you have mild disease this may clear you. If not, your physician can add something that will; a combination of salicylic and a short course of topical or systemic antibiotic is quite useful for disease that's not super-bad. Read more...

I am using neutrogena's acne free face wash with 2% salicylic acid. My face is okay with that but skin around my mouth becomes too dry. Why is that so?

Add A Moisturizer. Irritation, dryness, redness are frequent side-effects of many topical acne meds. It is important to use an oil & alcohol-free skin moisturizer twice daily after washing your face. Finding the right balance of medication can be challenging even with mild acne. Can also try using Sal. acid every other day. If irritation continues or acne not responding, see your doctor for tolerable treatment plan. Read more...