Oily, Acne Prone Skincare Routine
Acne is caused by a combination of hormones, oil and bacteria. When oil, dead skin cells and bacteria clog the follicles, sebum cant escape the pores – leading to acne.
Each pore of your skin is also the opening to a hair follicle, which is made of hair and sebum.
Causes of acne:
- Your follicles producing too much oil
- Dead skin cells accumulating in your pores
- Bacteria building up in your pores
The overproduction of oil is mainly due to hormonal changes, such as:
- The menstrual cycle
At Phyt’s there is a skincare line for every skin problem, condition or type – today we will be focusing on Phyt’s Aromaclear line, designed purely for oily, acne and blemish prone skin. It is so important to understand the products that are destined to be used by you, based on your skin type. Are you a sufferer of oily skin? Continue reading to find your new skincare routine…
Step 1 – Cleanser
Phyt’s Purifying Cleansing Foam – The first essential stage in the beauty ritual for acne-prone, oily skin. This purifying, soap free foam gently eliminates impurities and excess sebum. It’s mild surfactants cleanse and protect the skin from external factors.
Step 2 – Toner
Phyt’s Eucalyptus Leaf Toner – Purifying, revitalising, and balancing. This facial toner is recommended for oily, combination skin. It tightens, refines pores, and helps to reduce inflammation.
Step 3 – Serum
Phyt’s 3-in-1 Evening Serum – A key ally for acne-prone, oily skin. This serum works at night when the skin is particularly receptive in order to offer a triple effect.
Step 4 – Spot Treatment
Phyt’s SOS Imperfections – An intense drying local anti-spot treatment, this lotion purifies spots and imperfections. Thanks to its targeted roll on tip, it neutralises imperfections with great precision.
Step 5 – Moisturiser
Phyt’s Mattifying Purifying Fluid – This 4-in1 anti imperfection and sebum regulating treatment has been developed delicately for young acne prone skin. It balances, fights imperfections, mattifies and hydrates the skin.
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