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Top 5 Products To Use For Acne Prone Skin

January 03, 2017


Acne can rob you of your self-esteem and confidence. For some, it is a stage they go through and later watch their children go through. For others, it is a lifelong bully that is always looking for a chance to break out. Before you spend your hard-earned money on overpriced acne medications, check out our five best skin care products for acne prone skin that won’t break your budget.

  1. Salicylic Acid: Salicylic acid is considered the best skin care for acne, and it’s been used to dry out pimples and prevent breakouts since the 1960s because it works while not costing a fortune. Salicylic acid works by removing the out layer of skin. This helps with the treatment of pimples and other skin conditions that where the outer layer of skin needs to be removed in order to help it repair. Another unique thing about salicylic acid is that it is colorless and is recognized on the WHO Model List of Essential Medicines as one of the most important medications needed for the basic health system. It is usually sold in tubes and combined with glycolic acid to peel away layers of dry skin to help regenerate new skin.
  2. Micro Pin Dermaroller:Although it looks like a medieval device, the Dermaroller has been standard equipment among skin care specialists for decades. It uses hundreds of medical-grade pins which are rolled over the skin to reduce acne scars and allow acne medications and serums to be absorbed into the skin more efficiently. Not only is it a demraroller for acne prone skin, but it can be used on other common skin conditions such as stretch marks and cellulite. Unlike chemical peels that only really affect the top layer of skin, the Dermaroller helps to rebuild collagen fibers beneath your skin. The micro pins create tiny punctures in the skin to help stimulate skin regeneration and repair by creating new collagen.
  3. Deep Cleansing Body Wash:The best skin care for acne entails washing your body as thoroughly as you wash your face. Body acne is a bummer, so find an inexpensive antibacterial body wash that contains salicylic acid. This makes taking care of your face even easier as you can kill two birds with one stone when showering or enjoying a nice warm bath.
  4. Hyaluronic Acid and Vitamin C Serum: Hyaluronic acid for acne prone skin can be a life saver! This anti-aging serumis also one of the best skin care products to keep oily skin under control and to fight acne. The serum formulation combines the benefits of vitamin C skin care with a quick delivery system that contains vitamin E, so it’s perfect for spot acne treatments. This type of acid is also great to use as a moisturizer, but it is also a good idea to supplement with a dedicated moisturizer if you live in a dry climate. Hyaluronic acid for acne can also be administered as a filler under the skin, but make sure to consult with your dermatologist on if this type of treatment is right for you.
  5. Benzoyl peroxide mask: For the best skin care for acne, blackheads, and oily skin, apply a full-face mask that contains benzoyl peroxide, and is meant to be worn on the face for 15 or 20 minutes.

If you have acne-prone skin, be careful not to scrub your face too vigorously or use acne cleansers too frequently. Over-cleansing can strip your skin of its protective barrier against bacteria. When you find the best skin care products for acne, use them strictly according to the directions. It’s also a great idea not to use them all at the same time. Instead, make sure to use them one at a time to see if one treatment gives you better results than another. This will help you to create your own custom skin treating routine by using the skin care products that work best for you and your unique type of skin.

3 Foods That Help and Reduce Acne  

Now that you know five products that help keep acne off your skin, why not allow us to broaden your education further with a few foods that are perfect for protecting your skin from breakouts and treating any you might currently have? The combination of hyaluronic acid for acne prone skin and food could be just the thing you need to keep your skin looking its absolute best.

  1. Fish

It’s the omega-3 fatty acid found in fish that helps to keep your skin nice and clear. On the other hand, omega-6 fatty acid has been shown to have the reverse effect on skin, so make sure you’re consuming more of one than you are the other for the benefit of your skin. Other sources of omega-3 acids include flaxseeds and walnuts.  

  1. Oysters

While the letter z falls at the end of the alphabet, we recommend you make sure it comes first in your daily diet. Studies have shown that not getting enough zinc has potential to worsen your existing acne. Besides oysters, other sources of zinc include almonds, cashews, beans, lobsters and whole grains.

  1. Fruits & Veggies

While technically two food groups, they go so well together we might as well pair them on our list. Fruits and veggies are a good way to keep your skin free of the grip of acne, mainly because of their beta-carotene content, which lowers the overall amount of oil your skin has. Vegetables and fruits fight inflammation, which can also lead to and worsen breakouts. Specifically, leafy, dark greens are excellent for flushing your body of any impurities that can lead to a breakout while dark berries also positively influence the state of your skin.

There are several more foods and liquids, like green tea, to add to your daily diet to bring out the best in your skin. Get in touch with a Timeless Skin Care representative to learn more.

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