ACNE AND BREAKOUTS POWERFUL SOLUTIONS FOR LITTLE SPOTS AND FULL FLARE-UPS ALIKE.
Emergency Quick Fix
Spot treat with salicylic acid, sulfur, or a handheld device
with bacteria-busting light technology.
TIP USE OVERNIGHT FOR CLEARER SKIN BY MORNING.
Complete Sets
Eliminate guesswork with a regimen of products combining
acne-fighting exfoliating and hydrating ingredients.
TIP STICKING TO A DILIGENT REGIMEN MAKES ALL THE DIFFERENCE
All-Over Treatments
Tame and prevent breakouts with clarifying solutions with AHAs
and salicylic acid that sweep away blemish-causing buildup.
TIP USE 2-3 TIMES PER WEEK FOR OPTIMAL RESULTS.
Cleansers
Balance breakout-prone skin and remove excess oil and sebum
with a gentle yet effective daily cleanser.
TIP ALWAYS, ALWAYS, ALWAYS WASH YOUR FACE BEFORE BED.
Makeup
Rely on oil-free formulas and corrective solutions that
conceal problem areas rather than making them worse.
TIP FORMULAS MARKED
GLOSSARY KNOW THE INGREDIENTS GET THE FACTS UNDERSTANDING ACNE AND BREAKOUTS

Salicylic Acid (AKA Beta Hydroxy Acid or BHA)
Works below the surface to reduce oil inside pores.

Benzoyl Peroxide:
Kills bacteria located on the surface and trapped in pores.

Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHAs – includes Glycolic Acid):
Help exfoliate dead cells on the surface.

Sulfur
Draws out excess oil from clogged pores.

Retinoids
Improve cell turnover to reveal smoother-looking skin.

A blemish forms when a pore becomes clogged with dead skin cells, oil, and bacteria, then becomes inflamed.

Blemishes can be whiteheads, blackheads, or pimples.

Acne is a series of multiple and consistent breakouts where bacteria is present.

Hormones, stress, genetics, and even

pollution can lead to breakouts.

A blemish starts deep within a pore, weeks before any signs of infection surface. Thus, prevention and care are key.

Squeezing, popping, or picking at a blemish can lead to scars and discoloration.