Acne on the face, acne on the chin, acne on the neck, acne on the back...Acne is an inflammatory skin disease. When the sebaceous glands overproduce sebum (a condition called seborrhea), the excess sebum begins to interfere with the natural process in which the skin sheds keratinocytes. In the exit channel of the follicle, an accumulation of sebum and discarded horny cells is formed. This soil is susceptible to the development of bacteria, which leads to inflammation and the formation of acne.
The first and most important step in facial care is cleansing. Wash your face regularly with Face Wash Gel with Hamamelis. For back acne, wash your face and body daily with this washing gel. It thoroughly cleans the pores and removes excess oil, which leads to the formation of acne and blackheads, without drying the skin. Finish washing your face with Lavender Tonic. Gentle, with floral lavender hydrolate from BIO cultivation, it will remove any remaining impurities, soothe the skin and neutralize the effect of hard water. After cleansing, apply Cream with Tea Tree to your face (or back, if the acne is on your back). Tea tree has an anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial effect on the skin. If acne is severe and purulent, use Probiotic cream instead of Tea Tree Cream. It contains an active ingredient that acts like a natural antibiotic. For night care, apply a few drops of Evening Primrose Oil before the cream. Do not be afraid that this oil will additionally "greasy" your skin. Exactly the opposite! It will hydrate the skin, and it will not clog the pores, but will open them slightly and encourage their cleaning from sebum accumulations and discarded keratin cells.