Controls clogging and quickly reduces spots and oil Helps prevent bacteria causing spots. Anti-inflammatory to reduce redness & swelling.
Similar to retinol w/o sensitivity. Boost collagen for lines. Antioxidant. Contains Bakuchiol, a polyphenol for anti-inflammatory soothing. Anti bacterial for spots & anti-fungal.
Boerhavia Diffusa Root. Has outstanding calming properties. Restores, softness, with instense soothing. Stimulates release of anti-irritant neuromediators in skin.
Removes dead cells at the skins surface which helps to ‘dry’ out spots.
If you want to know how to get rid of spots for teenage skin or spots for sensitive skin or spots for adult acne, follow this skincare advice:
- Thorough cleansing should not be aggressive. Don't over use acids by using cleansers with acids followed by acid toners and AHA or BHA creams. It's just too much. Remove make up with Melting Cleansing Balm at night. Clean skin with Luxury Facial Wash
- Use Concentrated Spot Treatment morning and night and during the day if needed. Put a blob on those big, under the skin spots at night.
- Use Iconic Youth Serum. It is loaded with anti-inflammatory, skin calming Echium OIl which soothes the skin. It has the right balance of hydration and moisture for a problem skin, whatever your age, race of gender.
- The above are your priorities. I add the following as next priorities for clearer skin. Use Gentle Exfoliating Toner once a day and twice if you feel you really need it. 5. Use Retinol Resurfacing Treatment. Start 2-3 times a week and work up to every night. Use an SPF during the day.
- Use Mineral Cleansing Paste 2-3 times a week in the morning. It has healing zinc in two forms. Leave it on as a bit of a mask if you have time. Perhaps while you brush your teeth or eat breakfast. If you can fit it into your usual routine, you will be more likely to stick at it.
- If you are exfoliating you should also use SPF during the day.
- Feel free to email me or make a telephone appointment and I can help you through the process and your progress. Of course I am not medically trained, nor am I giving you medical advice so...
- It's always advisable to see a dermatologist if your acne is really bad, causing you anxiety or depression, affecting your life. You are not alone, many including me have been through this process.
"I suffered from breakouts from about 13 to 46 years of age and still get the odd one now and then. Thankfully no longer the big craters that were immensely painful and lasted ages.
So you can imagine I have tried all sorts including long term topical anti-biotics. I can honestly say, I have not touched them since I started to use my own formulas.
This paragraph only, is an update July 2019. All was good until I started taking HRT. My skin started going bonkers. Big spots (even inside my nose!) and not just on my chin, and quite a bit of redness too. I've been using this product morning and night, even after the spot has cleared, to heal it quick, take down redness and prevent scars. I'm reminded how genius this formula is. (Also using Luxury Facial Wash and Gentle Exfoliating Toner twice a day)
Salicylic Acid is commonly used in spot treatments (and in CST, only because it has been shown in trials to enhance the performance of Sytenol A).
Sytenol A and AC.net are two actives that work on the four symptoms of the spots:
• Excess sebum
• Bacterial infection
• Irritation and redness
I remembered the trauma of trying to conceal an open spot and how crusty it became and, in fact, more obvious. Working in the cosmetic industry it was especially embarrassing.
So I said to the cosmetic scientists, I wanted to have an effective treatment that worked quickly but did not create that crusty mess.
And this product does it all. It really does."
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