We know what headaches treating or preventing acne gives you. It is possible that the “miracle” treatment you heard or read on beauty websites has no effect on you.
If nothing suits you, we suggest the following alternative options:
You must know that sulfur does not smell too pleasant, but it is very effective when it comes to combating and preventing pimples, while preserving the integrity of sensitive skin. Sulfur has the ability to clean, to absorb pores impurities like a sponge and also to relieve skin inflammation. Indeed, the only drawback is the well known “rotten egg” smell.
2. Glycolic acid
Glycolic acid works by speeding up the natural skin exfoliation. Glycolic acid also helps maintaining an optimal hydration level and prevents excessive skin drying.
Lately, clay mask is widely acclaimed for its miraculous effects because it contains beneficial minerals for our skin, with an anti-inflammatory and disinfectant role. The main disadvantage, however, should not be forgotten: due to high water absorption power, clay may cause an imbalance in skin hydration. So, clay masks are recommended for oily skins once a week, but are not suitable for dry, dehydrated skin.
Peptides are short amino acid molecular bonds that serve as defense against infection, very effective in rapid healing of scars. This quality makes them ideal for removing ugly marks left by acne. A little tip: peptides work excellent in combination with other acne treatments, such as salicylic acid or lactic acid.
Aloe is a beneficial therapy for treating inflammation and protects skin prone to acne. It is an easy treatment that, besides its miraculous anti-inflammatory powers, has the role to reduce redness, itching and burning sensation. Aloe also contains salicylic acid, which unclogs pores and regulates pH balance.
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