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acne skin

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Acne skin is common in pre-teens and teens. Pores can be enlarged and blackheads, whiteheads and other types of acne may be present.


Just as you can have dry skin with acne, you can have oily skin that is not acne-prone. Acne signs and symptoms vary depending on the severity of your condition: Whiteheads (closed plugged pores) Blackheads (open plugged pores) Small red, tender bumps (papules)

  • face is shiny and usually appears greasy all day even right after cleansing.

  • has visible persistent active pimples, whiteheads and blackheads.

  • very large or obvious pores.

  • skin that looks thick or rough.

Recommended Care

Acneic skin is prone to large pores and break outs. Keeping your skin clean but not stripped of essential oils is critical.

  • Cleanse your face at least twice a day with AHA/BHA Cleanser. A simple way to keep acne under control is to cleanse your face a lot.

  • Use AHA/BHA Toner always after cleansing. BHA acids are excellent at flushing oil and bacteria from pores.

  • Anti-Acne Spot Treatment on the breakouts three to four times daily.

  • Choose oil-free and water-based skin care products and make sure to moisturize.

  • Don't scrub at your skin as it can spread the acne causing bacteria to other areas.

  • Use skin care products and make up that is non-comedogenic (won't block or clog pores)

Tips for best RESULTS

Skin with acne is difficult to combat because it can be hormonal or hereditory and resiliant to anything topical. Many clients with acne are under a dermatologist's care and may be on oral supplements to keep it under control.

Gently exfoliate using MicroDerma Scrub only once per week. This will remove crusty skin covering pores to allow your skin to breath and oxygen to kill the bacteria. Be careful not to over exfoliate.

Regularly change your face cloth, towel and pillow case. Always wash your face following your workout. Wipe down your headphones and phone regularly. Avoid touching your face. Don't pick or pop your pimples. Avoid wearing make-up and choose a quality mineral make-up if you must.

Ice your acne to bring swelling down. Wrap an ice cube in a soft tissue or cloth and apply it to your zit for 20-30 seconds at a time, a few times a day.

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