Clear Improvements is more drying as it is a clay based mask with charcoal, so it absorbs the oils in your skin. Out of Trouble is more "medicinal" as it has salicylic acid, which is one of the many key ingredients to treat and prevent acne. I own both of them and have noticed these different results, one being more drying than the other, but as I use them in rotation with a multitude of other masks I can't pinpoint specific differences.
Bottom line, I would not repurchase this item as I believe I can get the same effect from applying serums to my face that actually remain on my skin rather that get washed off. I prefer masks that exfoliate and/or absorb oils and this one just doesn't do it for me.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
I own both of the masks, and they totally solve different problems. For me the clear improvement masks helps so much on my pores, but not so much on my breakouts. The Out of Trouble helps with the blemishes but not the pores.
Also I find that Out of Trouble is way more gentle, and I can use that more often than Clear Improvement. I would really recommend getting both of them.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
these 2 mask have 2 separate functions the "out of troble" is for clearing acne and the clear improvements is for pulling out impurities in the skin,such as the dirt/oil in black heads and minimize oil
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
I just got both and used them for the past 2 weeks (twice a week) Using the Out of Trouble mask (30 minutes) has substantially sped up the healing process, ie. reduced the size, redness, as well as tenderness of a troublesome spot. It is incredibly soothing (for me)Time will tell if it actually helps reduce new breakouts. I find the Clear Improvement more for blackheads, tightening of large pores and a bit more for absorbing excess oil. I use this only where I am prone to blackheads and larger pores. I really love both of these products and advocate for them! Good luck :)
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
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