Three Ways to BUST

Mask induced blemishes

CLEANSE, DAY & NIGHT

Keep your mask clean and the oil levels in your skin balanced.

Do this by using a pH-balancing cleanser before and after wearing any mask to remove oil, dirt, and bacteria. Then, apply a non-comedogenic moisturizer immediately after cleansing. Make sure both your Cleanser and moisturizer are free of dyes and fragrances.

DON't SKIP THE SERUM

Incorporating an AHA/BHA serum into your routine can help keep pores clear and tight to avoid clogging and reduce oiliness.

Any effective serum for blemishes will feature a blend of acids that will purify skin and keep active breakouts in check.

The Blemish
Control System

Three simple products to help exfoliate, balance and restore blemish prone skin for improved condition against breakouts and conditions for acne.

PROTECT THE MOISTURE BARRIER

The skin's moisture barrier is just what it sounds like: It helps your skin retain moisture. Protecting the moisture barrier will allow skin to recognize it is hydrated, and lessen the response to produce oil.

When you strip your skin of moisture and fail to replenish it with the right product (in this case a thicker, Probiotic Moisturizer), you are telling your sebaceous glands to produce oil and replace that lack of hydration.

THE VERDICT?

If you're wearing a mask, plan to cleanse your skin afterwards and to have a replacement mask with you in case of heat and moisture build-up in the mask you're wearing.

Be sure to include an astringent serum into your night routine featuring AHA/BHA acids, and ALWAYS replenish your natural moisture after cleansing.

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