Hormones and Antioxidants: Discover the formula for healthy, radiant skin through life’s changes! Your skin is not just a protective layer, it is a dynamic organ
Puberty and acne
During puberty, more testosterone makes the oil glands work harder, leading to pimples and acne. The larger and more active glands contribute to the development of acne-related problems like pimples and blackheads.
Taking care of your skin
- Gently cleanse away excess oil without drying out your skin.
- Treat with Salicylic Acid, a multifunctional beta-hydroxy acid (BHA) exfoliant; unclogs pores, anti-irritant, and anti-inflammatory. Ingredients with antiseptic, clarifying qualities like Witch Hazel can also help open up pores and balance oil production.
- Moisturize. Oily skin and clogged pores, still needs a moisturizer to help keep oil production from kicking into high-gear, and prevent OVER-DRYING from acne treatments. Opt for oil-free, low-comedogenic moisturizers