Not likely. The product is meant to "dry up" the bacteria in a pimple or blocked pore, so it would be too drying. Also, it wouldn't be cost effective. You can, however buy the other advantage products, i.e. washes and moisturizer that also contain the salcylic acid and other ingredients associated with acne reduction to prevent pimples. Also, watch out what you do to cause acne. Cell phones tend to cause breakouts on the chin and cheeks, use a headset or speaker phone when you can, and wipe yours down with an alcohol pad. Also quit picking at your face. in fact, don't touch it at all. Also, keep your hair off of it, because your product may affect your skin.