Did you spend most of your teenage years disliking your skin? Having acne-prone skin is one of the most difficult concerns to take care of. Most people start to develop acne in their teenage years since that is when our testosterone levels are at a peak. For some, the acne fades away with time and for some, it lasts longer. Worry not! We have come up with a simple and easy-to-follow routine that will seriously help reduce your acne.
People with oily skin are more prone to acne due to excess sebum production. Sebum is an oily secretion produced by the sebaceous glands in our skin. This makes it essential to cleanse your skin, at least twice a day to remove dirt and impurities that accumulate on our face. However, do not over-cleanse your face as it may strip away the natural oils.
SoulTree Recommends – Nutgrass Face Wash with Neem & Soothing Chamomile
Oily skin can lead to inflammation and clogged pores that can further lead to black & white heads. The most prominent areas being our nose and chin areas. Use an exfoliator with mild granules that will help remove the black heads and dead skin. Do not use a harsh exfoliator as they may further damage your skin.
SoulTree Recommends – Face Scrub – Walnut & Turmeric with Cooling Sandalwood
One may think it is not essential to use a moisturiser for oily skin. However, this could not be further from the truth. Oily skin needs plenty of nourishment and a lightweight, water-based moisturiser is the answer to achieving a balanced, pimple-free skin.
Pro-Tip – Avoid touching your face too much as it may transfer germs.
SoulTree Recommends – Moisturising Gel – Tulsi and Sandalwood
4 Face Oil
As a night time practice, use an anti-acne Face Oil on the infected areas of your face. A night-time face oil will work overnight on the skin and help to heal it, reducing redness, inflammation, and pimples.
3 TIPS to follow –
- Do not pop any pimples on your face despite the itch. This can cause prominent scars.
- Do not go to bed without cleaning your face and removing all traces of makeup.
Hydration & Nutrition are key factors. Drink lots of water and eat healthy food.