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Night Serum For Acne Prone Skin

October 18, 2016

Acne is everyone's worst nightmare, and while what you're about to read next may sound absurd, it's true. Your oily skin, actually needs oil. That's right, oily serums effectively cancel out the pimples your pores are creating. For those of you who struggle with acne, give these night serum's for acne prone skin a try. Serums can reduce breakouts, brighten skin and even fade scars that have been caused by acne. Changing your skin care regime may seem scary, but these serums are proven to work. 

Hyaluronic Acid Serum

Argan Oil: A few drops of this after washing your face at night works wonders. Argan reduces sebum production and gives your skin a beautiful shine. Pure ingredients, no skin clogging Parabens.

Matrixyl 3000: Great for T-Zones. It moisturizes the face and neck well without leaving a greasy residue behind. Evens out skin, reduces redness and doesn't aggravate breakouts.

Squalane (Olive): Non-comedonal- won't clog pores. Our body produces this, but production slows down after we hit 30. Squalane effectively reduces acne and doesn't cause redness, itching or peeling.

Tea Tree Oil: Great for spot control. It smells a bit earthy, but works wonders on your skin. This is a gentle solution as opposed to using Benzoyl Peroxide.

Vitamin C Serum and Hyaluronic Acid: Vitamin C is known to even out your skin tone, hyaluronic acid moisturizes and protects your face. Designed for oily skin, it excludes Vitamin E from the ingredient list.

Protecting your face is a big responsibility when you have acne. Luckily, Timeless Skin Care is here to help. With our ever expanding line of night serum for acne prone skin and vitamin C skin care, we sell something for everyone. Browse through our store for the perfect night serum to calm down acne and reduce blemishes.





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