Whenever you are using the Deep Purifying Cleanser for acne-prone skin, you should follow up with the Deep Purifying Cream for acne-prone skin to achieve the best results.
In this article, I will continue giving you hints on why your complexion not always looks evenly and glowing. Some of those tips you might know already, while others will be new.
You use too aggressive skin products
Some anti-acne products and creams contain very aggressive ingredients such as azelaic acid, tea tree oil or even benzoyl peroxide, which can be extremely irritating to the skin. Even though some of those products do have their place in the treatment of acne, they should never be made available over the counter and only prescribed by the dermatologist.
On the other hand, gentle washing lotions and moisturizers help to restore and protect your natural skin barrier. When in doubt, ask for help or refer to the Deep Purifying Cleanser for acne-prone skin and Deep Purifying Cream for acne-prone skin.
Your boyfriend wears a beard
Admittedly, most men with a beard look drop-down gorgeous and hot. However, if your skin starts to look hot and inflamed, you should be talking to your boyfriend. Stubbles are not always easy on sensitive, female skin. Here is what happens, if you are sensitive to your boyfriend’s beard: Rubbing stubbles against your skin produces friction, which in turn drives the oil production on the female skin. More oily skin means more pimple.
What do you do? Get a new boyfriend or …
No need to fret! You can keep your hot boyfriend and have a great complexion at the same time. Start with your boyfriend first. Tell him how your skin is irritated by his beard. Gift him with a gentle and nice smelling shampoo, which softens his beard.
With the masculinity of your boyfriend saved, you can start taking care of yourself. Make sure you cleanse your face thoroughly every morning. Use the Deep Purifying Cleanser for acne-prone skin first. As soon as your face is dry follow up with the Deep Purifying Cream for acne-prone skin.
When did you clean your smartphone last
Nearly everywhere we go, we take our smartphone with us. In the handbag, the back pocket, some even in the bra. We leave it at the counter of a bar, touch it with dirty hands, you get what I mean. By the time we pick it up to make a phone call, countless bacteria have accumulated at the screen. They are transferred to your skin, and before you know it, your skin breaks out. Treat your phone smartly. Use the appropriate lotion, then do the same for your skin with the Deep Purifying Cream for acne-prone skin.