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Acne & Oily Skin

Acne is a problem that affects many people, but it can be hard to find acne treatments that work for you.

Many popular products contain harsh chemicals and additives which can cause more problems than they solve. This makes finding the right solution difficult and frustrating.

We have a line of natural acne products with high-quality ingredients at an affordable price point. Our top selling products contain active ingredients such as tea tree oil and witch hazel – both of which are known to reduce inflammation, fight bacteria, and soothe irritated skin without causing irritation themselves! These gentle yet effective formulas will leave your skin looking healthy and clear in no time at all!


The oil glands in the skin produce an oily substance called sebum that moisturizes and protects the skin. When too much sebum is produced or the gland openings become plugged, acne may develop. It is not known exactly what causes this to happen. Hormones are probably part of the problem because many teenagers get acne both during puberty and when they have their menstrual period.


The appearance of oily skin has been linked to a number of factors including hormones, genetics and environment. We are constantly exposed to pollutants in the air that come into contact with our skin.


These pollutants stimulate glands under the surface of the skin which produce an increased amount of sebum (oil). Sebum is theoretically designed to keep your skin moist and acts as a protective barrier. When the skin produces excessive sebum, it mixes with dead skin cells and forms plugs that block your pores resulting in acne breakouts.

There are many ways to treat oily skin and acne, including prescription topical medications, over-the-counter (OTC) treatments, home remedies , and chemical peels.


Prescription Topical Medications include antibiotics or birth control pills for women. Some antibiotics kill bacteria that cause acne whereas some birth control pills stop the ovaries from producing an excess amount of sebum that can cause acne.


OTC treatments for acne include face washes, creams , lotions and soaps with benzoyl peroxide, salicylic acid or sulfur. Benzoyl peroxide is bactericidal which means it kills bacteria on your skin. Salicylic acid unplugs your pores. Sulfur helps to dry the skin and reduce inflammation.


Home remedies for acne include aloe vera, calendula cream, oatmeal masks, lemon juice and bentonite clay. Aloe vera gel is great for moisturizing your skin while reducing inflammation from acne breakouts. Calendula cream relieves redness and soothes the skin. Oatmeal masks clear pores of dirt, oil and dead skin cells. Lemon juice is a natural astringent that kills bacteria and reduces redness of your acne breakouts. Bentonite clay draws out dirt from your pores while reducing inflammation from acne breakouts.

The number one cause of acne is genetics. If both parents had bad acne then you probably will too.


While there are many causes of acne, the basic idea behind all of them is that overactive oil glands lead to plugged pores and the appearance of acne breakouts. Things like stress , poor diet, medications can aggravate acne but they don't actually cause it.

The best way to treat your oily skin and acne is to minimize your exposure to the pollutants in our environment and change your diet. You can try some great home remedies like aloe vera , bentonite clay, calendula cream and oatmeal masks for acne breakouts. Lemon juice is a natural astringent that reduces redness of your acne breakouts.


While there are many topical medications like antibiotics, benzoyl peroxide and salicylic acid, these only treat the surface of the problem. Your hormones still go through puberty (which is what started your oil glands to become overactive in the first place) so your skin will likely still be oily.


Benzoyl peroxide kills bacteria on your skin and unplugs your pores while salicylic acid unplugs your pores. Sulfur helps to dry the skin and reduce inflammation caused by acne breakouts. Using a noncomedogenic moisturizer is also a good idea because it will reduce your oil production.

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