Products That Works Vs. Products That Don’t Work For Acne May 31 2016, 0 Comments
by: Tracy Ming
People with acne seek for a perfect treatment that will help control their acne and balance their skin, however when doing so, they may end up ruining their faces even more and of course; that isn’t the goal to begin with. Despite numerous products out there, there are some that work for people and some that don't. Since we either have: dry, oily, sensitive or normal skin making us unique, it also makes it difficult to find a solution to curing skin problems. Now, in order to do so, most are required to visit a dermatologist who tends to prescribe us to a certain skin care. Down below are some treatments that may or may not benefit your skin.
Skin magic tea
Inside the Skin Magic tea contains Aloe Vera which cleans and clear your skin. It also helps nourish and hydrate the skin, clear heat can drain the inflammation clogged inside the pores. Licorice root and Lotus seed hearts are used because they’re harmonizing and nourishing, the bittersweet flavor helps digest the tea. This is important for creating good hormone balance. The Skin Magic tea has been committed for the best controlling acne breakouts. Perhaps, you might give it a go?
Cetaphil cleans and moisturize your skin, while reducing the roughness of the dead cells, it is the most useable acne treatment, it doesn’t irritate towards the skin. This skin care was originally developed for sensitive skin. Nevertheless, not all people can use Cetaphil because it might turn out their acne but you never know if you don’t give it a shot.
Proactive, drys up the skin to the point where it reduces acne along with facial oil. People claim that proactive really cooperates with their acne , but others with sensitive skin, have different opinion about the product. They claim for it to be destroying the skin barrier. Don’t get me wrong, it is true that taking away some oil will reduce acne. Anyhow, this is all I can answer for now.
Burt’s bees Natural acne solutions pore refining scrub is a bit of a problem. It leaves a waxy residue on your face, with chlorine and citronella that are used inside the Daily moisturizer lotion, these ingredients produce newer bumps where your existing pimples are. There have been more complaints than approval about the product. One of the reviewers stated: “ Once i’ve started using the Burt’s Bees, i’ve begun noticing small pimple like bumps.” Reading all the comments from people who tried Burt’s Bees, I myself won’t recommend this.
I hope none of you experienced anything negative while using these products since we are prone to being fooled by advertisements. If you did use a products resulting in bad acne , don’t use the product again. However, go see your dermatologist instead of buying random acne products by yourself, you might not know the big names inside the products. So I advise you see a dermatologist.