Cosmedix Acne & Oil Control Routine
Cosmedix Skincare Products & Routine Most Suitable For Acne & Oily Skin
Cleanse: Cosmedix Purity Clean
Tone: Cosmedix Purity Balance
Hydration Mist: Mystic
Eye Cream: Cosmedix Opti Eye Crystals
Moisturiser: Cosmedix Shineless
Moisturiser With Spf: Cosmedix Hydrate+
Cosmedix Purity Clean
Cosmedix Purity Balance
Serum 1: Cosmedix Refine OR Refine + ( Refine+ is best once skin is a-custom to Reine)
Serum 2: Cosmedix Defy
Cosmedix Opti Eye Crystals
1/ 3 Times Weekly
Exfoliation 2 / 3 Times Weekly - After cleansing - Follow with serums and moisturiser: Cosmedix Detox Scrub
Mask 1 / 2 Times Weekly - After exfoliating - Follow with serums cream moisturiser: Cosmedix Pure Enzymes OR Cosmedix Clear Mask
TIP: Use Cosmedix Mystic as a light hydration spray under your Moisturiser and serum. can be used to set makeup and to offer a spritz of hydration durin the day. Great for long flights
Acne: Localized skin inflammation as a result of overactivity of the oil glands at the base of specialized hair follicles. Acne happens when oil (sebaceous) glands come to life around puberty, when these glands are stimulated by male hormones that are produced in the adrenal glands of both boys and girls.
These factors can trigger or aggravate acne: Hormones. Androgens are hormones that increase in boys and girls during puberty and cause the sebaceous glands to enlarge and make more sebum. Hormonal changes related to pregnancy and the use of oral contraceptives also can affect sebum production.
The following are common types of blemish associated with acne:
- pustules, which are commonly called pimples.
How do hormones lead to sudden acne breakouts? Androgens (a group of male sex hormones like testosterone) can cause excess sebum production in your skin. ... These washes can also exfoliate your skin so that oil, dirt, and debris don't get stuck in clogged pores with an increase in excess production of oil.