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5 Skincare Products That Make Acne Worse

May 21, 2019
Struggling with acne? I want to make sure you’ve taken out the skincare products that make acne worse. There’s certain products and ingredients everyone with acne should avoid. Many of these products and ingredients people use every day in hopes that it will make their breakouts and pimples go away, but in fact, it’s only making your skin worse. Click through to find out the top 5 skincare products to stop using on acne. | #acne #skincareforacne #getclearskin

5 Skincare Products That Make Acne Worse

Let’s talk skincare for acne. Specifically, the skincare products that make acne worse.

In my coaching practise, I see all my clients’ diets and skincare routines.

There’s certain skincare products I see over and over again that are messing up everyone’s skin. You might have the perfect diet and a balanced lifestyle, but if you are using certain skincare products that are quite harsh or irritating for acne, this will sabotage all your efforts and stand in your way of getting results.

This sort of thing is more common than you might think.

And I want to make sure you are on the right track for clearing up your skin.

In today’s video I outline five types of products and ingredients I recommend avoiding when you have acne breakouts. Do an experiment, take a break from them for a least a month (if your acne is particularly bad, I would recommend avoiding all these products for at least 3 months) – and see what happens to your skin.

If you doubt what I’m saying in this video, I ask you one thing: Would you put any of these products or ingredients on a rash or open wound anywhere else on your body?

Acne is an inflammatory skin condition.

It’s not a lack of skincare products and ingredients that’s holding your skin back from getting clear and normal. It’s the opposite, it’s usually too many irritants and too many ingredients that are sabotaging any chance of improvement or healing.

This may be harsh, but it’s true!

And if you love your skincare products (which I do too!), wait to use them when your skin is healthy, cleared up, and much more resilient.

Need more help getting rid of breakouts or adult acne?

Make sure to take my FREE Acne Solutions 5-Day Email Course. This will get you started with what to add in and take out of your diet and skincare routine for clear skin. CLICK HERE to sign-up now!

If you want more personalized one-on-one help clearing up your skin, I offer Telephone Coaching. We can work together making the proper adjustments to your diet and skincare routine for clear skin results. CLICK HERE for more information on the coaching packages I offer.

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  • Reply Sam May 23, 2019 at 9:03 am

    What kind of honey is best for face washing?

  • Reply SEP May 23, 2019 at 10:17 pm

    I feel like hyaluronic acid is in everything… Does this count as my only active ingredient? But also I run into the issue of only using it in one product.

    • Reply Natasha St. Michael June 6, 2019 at 9:20 am

      Hyaluronic acid can be an issue for some people with irritated skin or active acne, especially if it’s in high quantities. I find if it’s lower down the ingredient list it can be less aggravating, but sometimes it’s just best to avoid it until your skin has completely healed.

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