April 02, 2017
Acne can be socially awkward for most teenagers and adults. Not only does acne cause pimples to pop up all over your face, but acne treatments often leave your skin exfoliated, flaky, and dry. It’s hard finding the right moisturizer to use because if you choose the wrong type of moisturizer, it may clog your pores and cause you to have more acne.
Common acne medications such as salicylic acid, glycolic acid, Retin-A, and benzoyl peroxide have the side effect of drying out your skin. This may make your skin ultra-sensitive if you are having acne breakouts. When the skin becomes dry, skin specialists recommend a good hydrating moisturizer to help equilibrate your skin’s function.
Ceramides are important molecules that help control moisture barrier function in your skin. They function to support your skin’s ability to hold in or retain moisture. They are often depleted when the skin is dry or irritated. The goal of a good moisturizer for acne is to help restore the skin’s moisture barrier function without clogging your pores.
If you are having acne breakouts and have dry or irritated skin as a result of using Accutane, Retin-A, salicylic acid, or benzoyl peroxide; a excellent moisturizer for you is Elevase Moisture Booster with Opti-ceramides. Elevase is specifically designed to enhance your skin’s natural moisture barrier function with opti-ceramides. It works extremely well in acne prone skin that is sensitive and dry. Combined with soothing aloe leaf extract, calendula, and chamomile flower extract, Elevase will help naturally hydrate and soothe your skin.
Use twice daily. Apply Elevase Moisture Booster to the face, neck, and chest. Massage gently into the skin. For excess dryness, use a liberal amount on the skin throughout the day.
Elevase Moisture Booster, 60 gm. www.Kareskin.com
Purchase as part of the Hydrate + Protect Mini Kit which contains Elevase Moisture Booster and Spectrase SPF 30.
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