Acne Skin Care Products

There are many acne skin care products on the market and it can be overwhelming trying to pick the best one. According to studies acne isn’t just a problem for teens. Acne and pimples can come at any stage and can also be on your chest and back. 

Acne is one of the most common skin problems in teenagers and young adults, and can cause significant emotional distress and also has the ability to affect your self-esteem and feelings of self-worth.

One of the first steps in treating acne and pimples is to look for gentle acne skin care products that carefully cleanse your skin and remove oil, make up and debris. Gentle acne skin care products like our Savar natural Luxury Face Wash are great to use as our Luxury Face Wash is soap free and wont strip your skin, clog your pores or dry your skin out.

Next we suggest using acne skin care products that gently exfoliate your skin like our Refining Revitalising Facial ExfoliatorExfoliation is beneficial for all skin types, but especially so for acne-prone skin. Exfoliation is the removal of dead skin cells and an exfoliator is a product that reduces the amount of dead cell build-up on the skin. Your skin naturally exfoliates, or sheds dead cells, however in people with acne, this natural process isn't working as effectively as it should be.

Whether your acne is mild or more severe, regular use of an acne skin care products like a gentle exfoliator smooth and soften your skin, leave your skin clearer and more refined and will also help reduce breakouts by keeping the pores from becoming clogged. 
Finally, finishing you skin care routine with a light moisturiser or oil free facial serum such as our Savar Rosehip Ultra Brightening Serum will assist in helping  reduce irritation and redness. Fast absorbing and lightweight our Rosehip Ultra Brightening Serum is rich in  antioxidants and essential fatty acids to nourish, soothe, calm and protect all skin types including sensitive skin and acne prone skin.
 
While the above are tips for helping with acne, we also know that eating a healthy diet can make a huge difference to you skin.
It is also important to make sure you consult your doctor if your acne is getting worse or at a level that is getting you down.
Vicky & the team x