New Year's Resolution ~ Tame Acne

EraseAcne

EraseAcneAs if an ugly blemish isn't bad enough, it can often leave it's reminder hanging around for weeks or months.  Luckily, you can speed up the healing  process and get your acne under control.

TO AVOID:  ANYTHING THAT INFLAMES OR DEHYDRATES THE SKIN

Many products function as drying agents designed to strip away oil. Skincare products that dehydrate in order to reduce oil succeed only temporarily.  As soon as the body senses the imbalance, the skin produces MORE oil in an attempt to protect the skin. Dehydration leads to fragile skin and a weaker barrier against dirt and debris, which can worsen acne in many cases.

INFORMED BEAUTY SOLUTIONS:

Renew AHA + Vitamin C Exfoliating Cleanser

Resurface + Cleanse:

  • Contains 5% Alpha-hydroxy Acid (AHA) to gently exfoliate

  • Soap-free formula

  • Citrus extracts and multi-fruit acids refine and brighten

  • Willow Bark: (nature’s salicylic acid) has anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial elements

  • Also doubles as a pore-refining antioxidant mask

Glow:

  • Algae Extract: a regenerative sea mineral that provides a radiant glow

  • Red Tea: a high-powered antioxidant that combats free radical damage and accelerated aging

  • Gotu Kola: reduces redness, inflammation and promotes healing

  • Neem: anti-aging botanical that reduces inflammation and offers cellular protection

Moisturize:

  • Aloe: soothes and hydrates delicate skin

  • Green Tea: provides anti-oxidant protection

  • Apricot Oil and Shea Butter moisturize and soften

 

SoPure Clarifying Mask Key Benefits

Brighter:

  • Grape seed extract and Vitamins E and C help reduce pigmentation and discoloration and promote healing.

Clearer:

  • Beyond the dual exfoliate system of jojoba beads and Larch extract, Linden and Calendula oil help calm inflammation and breakouts.

Hydrated:

  • Algae extract, Shea butter, Oat extract and Squalane balance the skin’s moisture levels and adds suppleness while increasing surface hydration.

INCREASE SKIN HEALTH:

ASSESS YOUR DIET:

  • Increase you fiber intake to encourage your body to eliminate toxins through the bowels.

  • Buy organic foods if possible.  Too many of the added growth hormones in our meat and dairy end up in our systems and the body responds with hormone shifts.  As a result, candida (yeast) populations in the body get out of whack which in turn, can contribute to acne.

  • Reduce your intake of sugar, hydrogenated oils, sodium and synthetic flavorings where possible.  Inflammation, even internally, stimulates oil production and leads to acne.

Contact our Kasia Skin Expert Today!

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