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Do’s And Don’ts Of Acne-Prone Skin
March 3 2023·
March 3 2023·
It’s safe to say that most of us have struggled with acne at some point in our lives. Whether it's inflammatory or non-inflammatory for you, we’re betting you’d like to prevent break-outs either way.
Anti-inflammatory acne can look like blackheads or whiteheads, which are a result of clogged and enlarged pores. Inflammatory acne on the other hand is more visible and looks like red blemishes or “pimples” on the skin.
The good news: it is possible to get acne-prone skin under control. It starts with finding the right skincare products and developing good skin care habits. Keep reading to find some tips for the do's and don'ts for acne-prone skin.
Do Use a Mild Cleanser
Cleansing twice a day is recommended to get all the built up dirt out of the pores. Find a gentle cleanser that’s right for your skin typetriggering unnecessary irritation, and if you have an active breakfout, look for a cleanser with acne-fighting skincare ingredients.
Don’t Pick or Pop Your Pimples
Pimple popping can heavily aggravate acne-prone skin by opening wounds and forcing bacteria and oil down even further into the skin. Instead, use benzoyl or salicylic acid to treat them.
Do Moisturize Daily with Non-Clogging Products
Look for oil-free and non-comedogenic moisturizers that won't clog your skin. Bonus points if your moisturizer also has skin-soothing ingredients. Omnia All-In-One Skin Perfector is your new best friend for acne-prone skin. It is made for all skin types and is packed with 9 powerhouse ingredients Bisabolol and Allantoin to calm down redness, soothe, and reset stressed out skin.
Don’t Use Too Many Products at Once
It may be tempting to try multiple products to tackle your acne breakout but since acne prone and sensitive skin tend to get irritated more quickly, combining multiple products may cause unwanted breakouts. Instead stick products that are safe, effective, and can tackle your needs in as few products as possible, like Omnia All-In-One Skin Perfector.
Do Watch Out For External Factors
Try to clean your phone often since it touches your face. Restrict refined sugar and pasteurized dairy products which have a high-glycemic index. Cut down on alcohol too, as it may throw your hormones off balance.