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Skincare Routine For Acne-Prone Skin

Acne-prone skin can be a challenge to try and overcome because it’s such a common part of growing up. Acne is most commonly associated with teenage hormones and growth but can also be caused by dirty skin or a bad diet.

Regardless of the cause, acne-peons skin can be a serious issue and requires a specific skin routine to correct. Curious? Let’s take a look at what you can do.

 Acne on skin

 

Skincare Routines

A typical skincare routine is something that people do everyday to keep their skin in good health and to actively avoid the buildup of dirt and debris.

When it comes to a skincare routine for acne-prone skin, you’ll find that it is quite simple to put together a regimen.

It can be as simple as a four step process. Cleanse, Tone, Moisturise, SPF plus your occasional exfoliation at 2-3 times per week.

 

 4 Step Skincare Routine

Methods and Ingredients

A good skincare routine is one which doesn’t put massive pressure onto the body, as this is counter-productive. The end goal for any routine should be to gently nourish and revitalise the skin whilst dealing with the acne.

Typically, those ingredients that you’ll want to use are the ones that work best with damaged and sensitive skin. They will be all-natural where possible, as these types of ingredients are the best for clearing up skin conditions.

Rose water, aloe-Vera and ingredients like it are all recommended in the fight against acne. They’re soothing and helpful for calming down irritated skin. The end goal is to create a skincare routine which puts an emphasis on repairing and protecting.

The main difference with acne prone skincare routine is that there needs to be a particular emphasis on cleansing & exfoliating  with the right method and ingredients.

A popular method at the moment is the double cleanse originated in Korea.

This is where you initially cleanse the skin with an oil cleanser then use a traditional foaming cleanser.

This method has delivered fantastic results time and time again click here to learn more about it.

Ingredients that should be used when cleansing are:

  • salicylic acid 
  • sodium sulfacetamide
  • benzoyl peroxide

When exfoliating acne prone skin you should avoid physical exfoliant's  and use chemical exfoliators that contain the following ingredients:

  • Lactic acid
  • Glycolic acid
  • Citric and malic acid
  • Salicylic acid

 

Recommended Options

 With all this new information, you might be wondering what type of resources to go and find. Naturally, we’ve got a few selections of our own here, with some good suggestions.

Our Hydrating Face and Body Lotion is recommended for healing acne issues and helping to undo some of the damage caused by acne scars. We also have a Natural Rose Water and Aloe Vera Face Mist, which helps to rejuvenate and restore the body whilst avoiding the scourge of ingrown hairs.

Alternatively, common brands like Garnier are a good choice for products to combat acne, although the emphasis should always be on looking for natural ingredients because these will be the most effective.

 

7 Foods For Acne-Prone Skin

  • Yellow and orange fruits
  • Dark green, leafy vegetables
  • Tomatoes
  • Blueberries
  • Wholemeal bread
  • Brown rice
  • Quinoa

 

Final Thoughts

The challenges that can come from acne-prone skin can be considerable. It is important to make sure that you have designed a sustainable skincare routine to combat the problems of acne. Organic ingredients are a good choice for your body in the long term, so it is important to start investigating them early. Remember that any skincare routine that you do have for acne-prone skin should be gentle on sensitive skin. It can be very painful after a while to use harsh products on irritated skin, so keep it gentle.