A Target baby item is my first choice for getting rid of postpartum acne – I tried it out of “desperation”, it saved my face

A mum has shared the ‘ultimate postpartum skincare hack’ that cleared up her acne.

She says Target’s product “saved” her face after she tried it out of desperation.

Mom Mally says a baby item from Target cleared up her postpartum acne

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Mom Mally says a baby item from Target cleared up her postpartum acnePhoto credit: TikTok/ miss.mally
She said that after having a baby, her skin was worse than ever

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She said that after having a baby, her skin was worse than everPhoto credit: TikTok/ miss.mally

Self-proclaimed “Budget Queen” Mally (@miss.mally) recently shared the skin care tip Tick ​​tock.

She said, “Moms with postpartum acne, I have to tell you my best trick to get rid of it.”

The product was a diaper rash cream available at Target for $6.59.

Mally said: “This cream saved my skin. I don’t know why it works, but I think it’s because it contains zinc.”

The cream contains vitamins A and D and has a skin-protecting and moisturizing effect.

The mother said: “I have absolutely no idea why I tried this. I think it was pure desperation, but this product saved my face.”

After using the product and wearing no makeup, the TikToker said that her skin had “a few” blemishes but that it was much better than it used to be.

She said: “I suffered with my skin after giving birth, it was terrible and worse than ever.”

To use the product, Mally rubs a small amount of the cream between her fingertips and applies it in spots to the areas of her face that she feels need help.

Viewers loved the video and many said they would try the product.

One person commented: “It’s definitely the zinc. Thanks for reminding me to use it on my face!”

Another wrote: “I heard it’s great for scars and stretch marks too.”

The mom credits this diaper rash cream from Target, which retails for $6.59, for healing her face

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The mom credits this diaper rash cream from Target, which retails for $6.59, for healing her facePhoto credit: TikTok/ miss.mally
Mally tried the cream out of “desperation” and was thrilled that it worked

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Mally tried the cream out of “desperation” and was thrilled that it workedPhoto credit: TikTok/ miss.mally

John Verrall

John Verrall is a Nytimas U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. John Verrall joined Nytimas in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: johnverrall@nytimas.com.

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