4 Steps to Clear Skin
Step 1: Choose the right cleanser
Using a cleanser twice a day is the first step to clear skin.
If you have oily skin and are looking for a clear skin face wash for stubborn acne, try Clear Skin Cleanser. Salicylic acid helps treat and prevent breakouts, while eco-friendly jojoba beads gently exfoliate.
If you have dry or sensitive skin, use Hydrating Gel Cleanser. It has a small amount of lactic acid to help you start with a clean canvas. This allows other products used afterward to effectively penetrate the skin.
Step 2: Incorporate acne-fighting ingredients
Clear Skin Spot Treatment contains a powerful dose of benzoyl peroxide that addresses breakouts at the root. It helps eliminate acne-causing bacteria and prevents future flare-ups. Use on targeted areas of concern until blemishes begin to improve.
For ongoing maintenance, check out Renew Serum. It has a powerful ingredient trio of retinol, glycolic acid, and salicylic acid to help increase cell turnover. This can help improve congestion and the appearance of breakouts when used 2-7 times per week.
Step 3: Moisturize + protect
While it might seem counterintuitive to use a moisturizer on breakout-prone skin, acne can often be caused by skin dehydration that leads to irritation (and eventually breakouts).
Use a lightweight moisturizer like Oil Control Emulsion to hydrate skin with a mattifying effect.
Sun exposure causes irritation and damage that can lead to breakouts. Use Oil Free SPF 40+ to protect against UV and environmental aggressors, especially since the use of acne-fighting ingredients could make skin temporarily more sensitive to the sun.
Step 4: Mineral makeup
Incorporating mineral makeup into your clear skin routine is the best way to even out your skin tone without irritating skin with heavy formulas.
Pressed Base is a triple-milled, talc-free foundation that provides buildable coverage without clogging pores.