July 27, 2017 4 min read 0 Comments
There are so many products on the market to help improve the overall quality of our skin and your acne. We’ve got anti acne moisturizers, cleansers, eye creams, serums, oils, exfoliators, masks, various treatments—you get the gist. All these products are supposed to help you, and they help you in different ways. The question is, how do we use them? And in what order should they be used?
Growing up, nobody ever sat me down and taught me how to use these products while I was dealing with acne. In fact, I didn’t know what any of these products were even supposed to do up until a few years ago! I just knew that these products were supposed to make my skin better… somehow, right? Wrong! If used incorrectly, these acne face products will have little to no effect on your skin!
Maybe there are more acne face products you use than what is listed above, and maybe there are less. To put it into simpler terms: order your products from lightest to heaviest. The more clear and thin products go on first, and the heavier, creamier, and thicker products go on last. This ordering helps each product sink into the skin as equally as possible. When done correctly, your skin gets the most out of the products you use.
You don't need to use every single type of product listed here either, more doesn't always mean better results.
Sometimes a simpler routine is all your skin needs and it all depends on your skin type too. For example, dry skin might do better with an extra oil after moisturizer, while oily skin would do much better without it.
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