Acne Prone Skin
Which products could be the most beneficial to you?
Acne-prone skin needs healing, balancing and anti- inflammatory ingredients, like Lavender flowers, Mint leaves,Oats and Clays. Mint is naturally rich in salicylic acid which helps fight brekouts naturally.
Acne -prone skin needs deep cleansing that it's effective to detoxify pores, but gentle enough to not further irritate the inflammation that's present. That's why the Lavender-Mint cleansing scrub is ideal for it! Mint is naturally rich in salicylic acid, which helps to clean and unclog pores.
1. Make a paste with the scrubs and massage on face for 15-20 seconds, then wash off.
Balancing the P.H. of your acne-prone skin, is going to help reduce inflammation on your skin Rose water is a natural P.H. regulator and when your skin's p.h. balance is right, breakouts are reduced and your skin is able to fight off irritants more easily.
2. Spray after using the cleansing scrubs.
Oils and acne prone skin might seem like an unlikely combination. But the anti-inflammatory properties of almond oil, lavender and mint, will nourish your skin, promote healing and fight future breakouts.
3. Apply a few drops after spraying your face with the Rose and Aloe facial spritz
Reducing inflammation externally and internally is essential to acne prone skin
Learn all about about Acne prone skin in this video:
Meet the upgrade of the clay masks!! If you love the way your skin feels after the masks, then you will want to get this beautiful, apothecary style jar to have a nice supply of healing clay masks available to you! The hold 3 times as much as the mask packets!
Best Masks for Acne Prone Skin
French Green Clay Mask
Rhassoul Clay Mask