We know that a breakout can seriously ruin your day/week/month/year/life. And for acne-prone skin types, it's a constant struggle to balance and heal the skin.
Enter our Acne-Prone Skin Edit – everything you need to know about this skin type, complete with a 6 Step Balancing Routine.
Acne is a skin condition that occurs when your hair follicles become plugged with oil, dead skin cells and bacteria and is usually indicated by:
- Oily skin and shiny appearance
- Whiteheads and blackheads
- Small red, tender bumps
- Pus-filled pimples
- Large, solid, painful lumps beneath the surface of the skin
- Scarring and congestion.
Acne is caused by a range of factors such as hormones, genetics, stress, diet and inappropriate skincare.
Which is why it is important to choose the right products as a healthy skincare routine is one of the best ways to support acne-prone skin.
Or not at all! We recommend cleansing twice daily with a cleanser tailored to your skin type. Double cleansing of a night is a must, too.
Picking At Your Face
Picking and scratching at blemishes can make them worse, spread bacteria and cause more of them, while also increasing the chance of leaving permanent scars.
Sleeping In Your Makeup
This is a recipe for clogged pores and a fresh face of breakouts. Removing your makeup and applying your PM skincare gives your skin its best chance to heal and stay balanced.
Cleanse twice daily using our pH-balanced Foaming Cleanser, that is all about balancing your oil production and thoroughly cleaning pores.
Mist your face all over with our Rose Water Toning Mist to hydrate and tone. Perfect for keeping acne-prone skin pH balanced.
Anti-inflammatory and skin correcting, apply 6 drops of the Glow Serum to damp face, neck and décolletage for instant hydration and complexion brightening.
Replenish and hydrate with our lightweight Balance Moisture. Won't clog pores and helps to regulate oil production.
Finish with our Argan Face Oil, to balance oil production and nourish the skin. Lightweight, sinks in fast with no oily residue.