Recommended Complete skin care for Teenage Acne
Cleansing (Facial Shampoo) If you wear make-up be sure to remove it completely before using this skin care program. Benzoyl peroxide must get into the pore to fight the bacteria that causes acne.
Toner (Purfying Trio) AHA toner. May cause drying. Reduce to less times a week if needed.
Sun Protection (SPF 30 Ultra light) from the sun with sunscreen whether it is over cast or not. Should you be in direct & long term sun exposure (ex. Beach, River etc.), stop using any kind of benzoyl peroxide, bleaching creams, or any AHA a good 3-4 days prior to the day of sun exposure. Wearing a hat is highly recommended.
Scrubbing beads (Clear Skin Scrub) Always use in gentle circular motion. Avoid more sensitive areas
Drink lots of water. Especially in the morning with fresh squeezed lemon juice.
Ice For inflamed red skin, treat your skin with purified water ice cubes for about 5-15 minutes. It helps the skin to heal faster and avoid some of the “big ones” from flaring up and becoming sore. Avoid ice if your skin has vascular weakness (broken capillaries).
Repair the skin (Calming Fluid) Comforts and soothes sensitive skin without clogging the pores. Supports the repair of protective lipids in the skin .
Retinol (Vit A Lotion) Speeds cell turnover, evens out discoloration and brightens the skin tone and unclogs pores and reduces pore size.
Mask Therapeutic and or Pumpkin mask once a week would be like giving your skin a “mini facial treatment”.
Facials Get treatment regularly to help remove dead skin cells and remove blackheads and whiteheads for optimum results. Professional chemical exfoliation is an integral part in maintaining healthy skin.
- Facial Shampoo
- Purifying Trio
- Ultra light Spf 30 Sunscreen
- Ice 2-10 minutes
- Moisturize or Sunscreen
- Facial Shampoo
- Pumice Cleanser
- Ice 2-5 minutes
- Purfying Trio
- Calming Fluid
Therapeutic Mask 1-2 times a week 10 minutes
Next 72 hours after a facial ICE 2-3 a day to reduce the skin from breaking out.