Teen Acne Regimen

Acne is a condition of the skin that shows up as different types of bumps. These bumps can be blackheads, whiteheads, pimples, or cysts. Teens usually suffer from acne because of the hormonal changes that come with puberty. If your parents had acne as teens, it’s more likely that you will, too.

Objective: Acne Clearing & Clarify
Recommended For: Teenagers with non-sensitive acne-prone skin.
Categories: Acne Clearing & Clarify

Recommended Morning Regimen


Step 1: Medicated Pumice Wash

  • For all skin types either acne prone or with visible blemishes
  • Non-abrasive granules gently exfoliate
  • Helps reduce acne breakouts

Step 2: Exfo Tonic

  • Control excess oils
  • Breaks up congestion and exfoliates
  • For oily skin types or thicker skin on the face, chest and back

Step 3: Acne Spot Treatment

  • Helps reduce scars and breakouts
  • For all skin types but especially for combination and dehydrated skin
  • Lightens dark spots

Step 4: Aroma Matte Day Cream SPF30

  • For all skin types, especially good for oil-adverse or oil-prone skin types
  • Broad spectrum sunscreen protection
  • Moisturizing sunscreen

Recommended Evening Regimen

 

Step 1: Medicated Pumice Wash

  • For all skin types either acne prone or with visible blemishes
  • Non-abrasive granules gently exfoliate
  • Helps reduce acne breakouts

Step 2: Exfo Tonic

  • Control excess oils
  • Breaks up congestion and exfoliates
  • For oily skin types or thicker skin on the face, chest and back

Step 3: Clear Med 5% OR 10%

  • For normal to dry skin with light to moderate acne
  • Benzoyl peroxide with sulfur increases potency
  • Kills acne bacteria below the surface

Step 4: Hydrant Stabilizer

  • Super hydrating gel
  • For all skin types
  • Calms down irritated skin

Step 5: Sulfur Calming Mask

  • Soothing & healing
  • Absorbs excess oil
  • For all skin types that need calming

    Cleanse & Exfoliate

    Cleanse the skin with Medicated Pumice Wash by applying a small amount to pre-moistened skin and lightly massage affected areas.

    Pay close attention to affected areas and the T-Zone area: chin, nose, and forehead. Work the product in thoroughly to break down dead skin cells for beautifully clear skin.

    Pay special attention to the chin, jawline and underneath the chin as makeup has a tendency to cake in this area. You want to remove all dirt, oils & makeup.

    Rinse off thoroughly.

    Tone & Moisturize

    Saturate a cotton round with Exfo Tonic and apply all over the face, paying specific attention to affected areas. Repeat as desired.

    Apply Clear Med 5% for normal to dry skin with light to moderate acne. Clear Med 10% is recommended for normal to dry skin with stubborn, resistant acne. Apply sparingly to affected areas only.

    End with Hydrant Stabilizer by applying to the face with the fingers, massaging it in to totally penetrate. It’s like a tall drink of water for face or even body. It relieves extreme dehydration with a soothing based moisturizer.

    Lastly, go in with the Sulfur Calming Mask. It is a creamy, comforting mask that absorbs excess oils, helps to reduce enlarged pores and offers cool relief for tender skin. Use as a spot treatment or on the whole face. Remove mask thoroughly.