Breakout Essentials: Balance Oil Production and Outsmart Acne For Good!
August 05, 2018
Breakouts often occur at the most awkward times.
Prevent them from ruining your day with the help of vitamin A, a powerful antioxidant.
Vitamin A is essential for total skin health and plays a vital role in cell turnover and new cell production. Since acne is often caused by an overproduction of sebum, vitamin A helps reduce sebum, thereby reducing clogged pores. The result is a clearer, healthier complexion that is free of annoying spots and breakouts. After thoroughly cleansing the skin, applying products containing vitamin A or retinoids will help you create a clearer complexion. Whether your skin is oily, acne-prone or just too shiny, vitamin A will help you get a healthy glow.
Step 1: Start with clear pores
Clear skin starts with clear pores. The cleaner your skin is, the easier it is for the vitamin A products you use to soak into the skin. Purity Clean Exfoliating Cleanser gently removes dirt and debris from deep inside the pores to prevent breakouts. The concentrated formula is antibacterial, antiseptic and antiviral to completely cleanse the skin. It also contains hydrating ingredients to boost the skin’s natural moisture factor. Use it in the morning and at night to ensure your pores are clear. Or, use it as a mask by leaving it on the skin for up to three minutes before you rinse with warm water.
Step 2: Balance & tone the skin
Healing acne is all about balance. Purity Balance Exfoliating Prepbalances and tones the skin before you apply healing masks and serums. In addition to exfoliating the top layer of skin, it reduces the size of pores, removes impurities and boosts the skin’s natural moisture barrier. Gentle enough to use day and night, apply it to your face after cleansing and before applying masks and treatments.
Step 3: Detoxify
After cleansing, apply Clear Clarifying Mask to remove dirt and debris from the pores and prevent spots from popping up. The Clear Mask not only removes dirt, it also removes excess sebum. It also minimises the size of pores while it deep cleans. The potent formulate can be used up to three times a week or as a spot treatment when you notice a flare up.
Step 4: Apply vitamin A
Now that your pores are clear and oil is under control, it’s time to apply vitamin A. Refine Retinol Serum reduces sebum production while stimulating the production of collagen and elastin. In addition to improving skin texture, it also helps minimise the signs of premature aging. Apply Refine every third evening to start and eventually build up usage to nightly. Since it contains retinoids, a derivative of vitamin A, it may cause redness when you first start using it. Over time, the redness will subside as your skin gets used to it.
Step 5: Finish with oil-free moisture
Just because your skin is oily or acne-prone doesn’t mean you need to skip moisturiser. Instead, use a moisturiser that is gentle and oil-free. Shineless Oil-Free Moisturiser reduces shine while improving and brightening your complexion. It’s formulated without silicones and works with the skin to naturally hydrate without pore-clogging oils. Users report less redness and fewer spots with continued use. Apply it after cleansing and with your vitamin A serums.
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