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Acne-Safe Halloween Candy

by Emily Linehan on October 20, 2021

It can be disappointing to hear for the first time that dairy, peanuts, peanut butter, soy and sugar are all acne triggers. This disappointment can sting even more around holidays like Halloween, Christmas, and Easter, when candy seem to be at the forefront everywhere you go. 

However, you can absolutely indulge in holiday sweets! I've put together a list of acne-safer candy for you to enjoy! Instead of referring to these candies as acne-safe, acne-safer is more accurate, since sugar is an acne trigger and that's a key ingredient in candy. Moderate your sugar intake, but don't feel guilty for enjoying a sweet treat or two on occasion!

Note, these companies may have some candy products that are not acne-safe, and sometimes recipes change, so always double check that the candy does not contain dairy, peanuts, peanut butter, soy, or table salt! This is also not an inclusive list, so continue to be an acne-safer candy detective on your own too!

Acne-Safer Chocolates

Junior Mints (not Deluxe!)

Justin's Dark Chocolate Almond Butter Cups

Justin's Dark Chocolate Cashew Butter Cups

Trader Joe's Organic Almond Beverage Chocolate Bar

No Whey Candies

Ritter Sport Dark Chocolate 

Enjoy Life Dark Chocolate Minis

Hu Chocolate Bars

Lily's Dark Chocolate Bars

Lily's Chocolate Covered Almonds

The Functional Chocolate Company Bars

Theo Chocolate Bars

Green & Black's Organic Dark Chocolate

Chocolove Orange Peel

UNREAL Dark Chocolate Almond Butter Cups

Trader Joe's Dark Chocolate Sunflower Seed Butter Cups

Acne-Safer Gummies

Dots Gumdrops

Sour Patch Kids

Black Forest Gummy Bears

Surf Sweets Gummies

Lily's Sour Gummy Worms

Smart Sweets Candies (Worms, Rings, Fish, More)

Acne-Safer Lollipops

Dum Dums

Ring-Pops

Project 7 Golly Lolli's Lollipops

Koochikoo Lollipops

Other Acne-Safer Candies

Skittles

Nerds 

Smarties

Brach's Candy Corn

Red Vines

Diet is often a big acne-trigger for a lot of people. Take my free consultation and see what foods may be triggering your acne.

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