How to gently cleanse acne-prone skin?
A suitable care routine alone can considerably improve the condition of acne-prone skin. On the other hand, poorly chosen products and habits can cause spots and blackheads to multiply.
Here are some basic recommendations for the gentle cleansing of acne-prone skin.
What are the good habits to adopt to cleanse your skin?
Is double cleansing a good thing for acne-prone skins?
The pros and cons of scrubs for acne-prone skin
You may also wonder about acne-prone skin…
Can double cleansing worsen my skin condition?
If you follow our advice, your skin should be cleansed and as healthy as possible thanks to double cleansing! However, a routine done improperly with the wrong products or products that are not adapted to your skin problem could aggravate the symptoms. Be careful of what you use on your face!
Do I have to follow the double cleansing routine?
Even know the double cleansing is recommended, the most important thing is to cleanse your skin religiously, that's all! If you don't wear a lot of makeup or heavy product such as SPF on your face (even if you should always wear SPF! Here are the reasons why), then you may not need to double cleanse and you can use your cleanser on its own. You can also choose to save double cleansing for some days, when you feel you need it more, it's up to you!
Is it okay to wear foundation if I have acne?
Avoid high-coverage foundations with a mask effect as well as thick and compact powders – use loose powders instead. Ideally, you’ll want a make-up product that will both conceal your blemishes and treat your acne. For example, the Sebium Global Cover is the perfect match to combine the efficacity of a treatment against acne and a flawless skin.
Our best advice to take care of your acne-prone skin
First, use Sebium H2O with a cotton on your whole face and neck.