How to treat acne and blemish skin:
1- Clean your skin daily -
Personal hygiene is very necessary for fighting acne. Experts suggest, you should gently clean your skin with a mild cleanser at least twice a day. If you're washing your face twice a day but you still have oily skin and pimples, try applying a toner to your forehead, nose, and chin daily. Exfoliate your skin once a week to get rid of dead skin cells, and do a facial at home or at a spa to keep your face looking fresh.
2- Use a professional skin care cleanser with Glycolic Acid ( AHA )
A gentle cleansers with Glycolic Acid Peel 10% for Acne Scars and Blackheads will help to exfoliate the skin. Glycolic acid is the smallest molecule in the alpha-hydroxy acid (AHA) family—and due to its small size, it penetrates the skin cells easier. As an AHA, glycolic acid naturally exfoliates the skin by removing dead skin cells and allows new, radiant skin cells to grow in place.
3- Do not touch or pick your skin
According to dermatologists you should resist the urge to pick, pinch or squeeze your pimples. This will cause infection and scar formation.
4- Use a topical Vitamin C daily to protect your face from free radicals and pollution.
We recommend Vitamin C Serum 20% Super Strength- for Face and Body with Hyaluronic Acid This 20% Vitamin C Super Strength Serum has the special ability to penetrate deep into your skin and promote the production of collagen which makes your skin smoother.
5- Use an anti-blemish treatment containing sulfur, zinc oxide and salicylic acid
Award-winning spot treatment for pimples. Renowned for its ability to help dry up surface blemishes overnight, our iconic Acne Drying Lotion continues to reign as a best-selling favorite amongst beauty editors, celebrities, and professionals worldwide. This fast-acting, effective spot treatment is specially formulated with Salicylic Acid, Sulfur, and Zinc Oxide to help draw impurities from the skin and target pesky pimples while you sleep.This antiseptic formula helps to reduce blemishes and isolate breakouts in order to restore the skin to a normal smooth appearance.