How to get rid of acne is the BIG question.
The important information to understand is that everyone is different and therefore the treatment may change or take a different length of time. Butt the important things is to understand consistency and sticking to a routine and not giving up. Here is our basic starter routine for acne prone skin.
Don't pick, poke, or try to remove them. This is more than likely to spread the germs and infect the area, not to mention leave you with scaring.
Steam opens up your pores and helps loosen any buildup of dirt for a deeper cleanse. Opening up your pores also softens blackheads, making them easier to remove. It promotes circulation. The combination of warm steam and an increase in perspiration dilates your blood vessels and increases circulation. Try and do this at least once a week.
- Gently exfoliate the area.
Use saffron brightening mask at least once a week. Exfoliating is the process of removing dead skin cells from the surface of your skin using a chemical, granular substance, or exfoliation tool. Your skin naturally sheds dead skin cells to make room for new cells every 30 days or so. Sometimes, dead cells don't shed completely. Exfoliating can help prevent this. Exfoliating is the process of removing dead skin cells from the surface of your skin using a chemical, granular substance, or exfoliation tool. Your skin naturally sheds dead skin cells to make room for new cells every 30 days or so. Sometimes, dead cells don't shed completely. Exfoliating can help prevent this.
- Cleanse the area. there is a lot of unwanted dirt , pus and oil stuck in them pores and forming bacteria, which results into acne. So its important to keep the area as clean as possible. by using the complexion facial bar twice daily.
HOW TO USE COMPLEXION BAR
Wet the bar with hot/warm water to activate the ingredients.
Wet your face with water so there is a slip when applying the bar.
Apply the bar on the skin in a circular motion until there is a lather.
Use your finger tips or a cleansing tool to slowly and carefully cleanse the skin for 2 minutes.
Use the cleansing puff wet, to wipe away all the cleanser on the skin. this is to ensure nothing is left behind which might seep into the pores.
Then rinse the face with clean water until the surface is clean and no cleanser is present.
Toner removes any last traces of dirt, grime and impurities stuck in your pores after you wash your face. When added to your daily skincare routine and used regularly, it can have major positive impact on the appearance and tightness of your pores.
What Does Toner Do For Skin: 7 Benefits
- Minimizes the appearance of pores. When pores appear smaller, your skin has a smoother, more polished look.
- Helps protect skin from the elements.
- Temporarily tightens skin.
- It's super refreshing.
- Soothes skin.
- Helps remove oil and makeup.
- Aids skin in retaining moisture.
- Levels out the PH level in your skin
- Apply the correct facial elixir.
Apply this at least twice a day. Tea tree oil is a popular choice for treating acne because of its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. It's thought to calm redness, swelling, and inflammation. It may even help to prevent and reduce acne scars, leaving you with smooth, clear skin. Facial oils are substances that help complement our natural oils and serve as an extra level of protection for our skin. There is a whole list of acne-busting ingredients in our Silver Elixir. Helps to reduce redness and irritation to treat current acne/breakouts, it also helps to even out skin tone and texture, hydrating and nourishing your skin to minimise the appearance of acne scarring. Formulated with renowned ingredients for its regenerative powers and rich in healing linoleic acid; moisturising and irritation-preventing. Bacteria-busting tea tree oil, which has been used as a traditional medicine by Aborigines for centuries.
Studies have shown that ingredients like zinc oxide have anti-inflammatory properties and are known to help reduce redness and treat acne. Sunscreens that are non-comedogenic also commonly contain ingredients like niacinamide, which is known to be anti-inflammatory.
What is acne?
Acne is a common skin condition that affects most people at some point. It causes spots, oily skin and sometimes skin that's hot or painful to touch.
There are 6 main types of spot caused by acne:
- blackheads – small black or yellowish bumps that develop on the skin; they're not filled with dirt, but are black because the inner lining of the hair follicle produces colour
- whiteheads – have a similar appearance to blackheads, but may be firmer and will not empty when squeezed
- papules – small red bumps that may feel tender or sore
- pustules – similar to papules, but have a white tip in the centre, caused by a build-up of pus
- nodules – large hard lumps that build up beneath the surface of the skin and can be painful
- cysts – the most severe type of spot caused by acne; they're large pus-filled lumps that look similar to boils and carry the greatest risk of causing permanent scarring.
Acne is most commonly linked to the changes in hormone levels during puberty, but can start at any age.
Certain hormones cause the grease-producing glands next to hair follicles in the skin to produce larger amounts of oil (abnormal sebum).
This abnormal sebum changes the activity of a usually harmless skin bacterium called P. acnes, which becomes more aggressive and causes inflammation and pus.
The hormones also thicken the inner lining of the hair follicle, causing blockage of the pores. Cleaning the skin does not help to remove this blockage.
Acne is known to run in families. If both your mother and father had acne, it's likely that you'll also have acne.
Hormonal changes, such as those that occur during the menstrual cycle or pregnancy, can also lead to episodes of acne in women.
There's no evidence that diet, poor hygiene or sexual activity play a role in acne.
Milia are small white bumps that appear on the skin. They're usually grouped together on the nose, cheeks, and chin, though they may appear elsewhere. Milia develop when skin flakes become trapped under the surface of the skin, or when keratin builds up and gets trapped.
Hormonal acne (also known as adult acne) is acne caused by genetic and hormonal factors that cause breakouts well past puberty and the teenage years. Hormonal acne occurs more often in women and is typically located on the lower part of the face.
Hormonal acne acne tends to appear around the chin and jawline. it is mainly triggered by stress or a sudden change in your body such as pregnancy.