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Skin care teenage acne

Skin Care Teenage Acne Mild

Skin Care Teenage Acne

Teen Boys & Girls Ages 13-19 With Mild Acne

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Skin care teenage acne
Mild Acne

Skin care teenage acne. Having acne in your teen years is tough the good news is it can be controlled but you need to put some effort into it. Teen acne is most likely due to a poor diet and lack of hygiene, meaning you are not washing your face daily or properly.  Daily your skin releases dead skin cells these cells attach themselves to the oils on your skin and get stuck in your pores. Within a few days, there is enough bacteria to create a pimple that becomes infected and turns into a zit. That’s why it’s very important you wash your face in the morning and before you go to bed every day, this will keep dead skin cells away from your pores and your pores clean from acne-causing bacteria

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If your gut is not healthy than your skin doesn’t look good. You need to drink at least 68 ounces of water a day that’s about four water bottles. You also need to stop eating junk food like greasy foods and sugars, eat plenty of veggies and fruits on a daily basis.

If you don’t see any changes with any kind of regimen (products used to treat your acne) or if it goes away and comes back, then you might have a hormone imbalance or a bacteria on your skin that needs to be eliminated with antibiotics. For this, you will need to see a doctor or a dermatologist. But it’s a good idea to try a regimen first, it’s an inexpensive way to find out. 

If you follow this skin care teenage acne daily cleansing routine with the proper regimen and eat healthy you have a good chance you won’t struggle with acne. Also, you are never too young to start caring for your skin. In fact, the sooner you start the better. By doing this you begin to protect your skin from sun damage and other elements that can cause early signs of aging.

The following is a skin care teenage acne routine that you can follow until your face is clear of acne. Once your face is clear of acne get a new regimen to keep your skin looking good. If you don’t and haven’t had acne Click Here.

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Skin care teenage acne
Mild Acne

This is a daily face cleansing routine for teens ages 13-19 with mild acne


Below I have listed the products I recommend for skin care teenage acne and the steps to use them. 

 Morning routine 

  1. Your skin is oily because it is lacking moisture, every morning and evening wash your face with a moisturizing facial cleanser. Avon x The Face Shop Rice Water Bright Foaming Cleanser or Avon Anew Clean Illuminating Rich Cleansing Foam are two I recommend. They both clean your skin without stripping it leaving your skin moisturized.
  2. Pat your face dry and apply a toner to your skin. A toner will shrink pores, moisturize your skin and quickly restore your skin’s natural pH balance meaning your skin doesn’t have to work so hard to restore itself.  Avon ClearSkin Professional Clarifying Toner Pads are great for removing oily build-up and unclogs pores without drying your skin. Give the toner a few seconds to dry.
  3. Next, apply a thin layer of alpha hydroxy acid (AHA). This helps exfoliate your skin which will help prevent future breakouts. Clearskin® Professional Clarifying Toner Pads will do the job. They also remove excess oil and unclogs pores without over-drying your skin   Do not rinse off.
  4. Now as I had mentioned earlier your skin is oily because, in reality, your skin is dry. Your skin is trying really hard to hydrate itself so it creates oil to protect itself. A hydrating serum is advisable so your oils can be under control.  For very oily skin use Anew Hydra Fusion Replenishing Serum followed by Anew Hydra Fusion Gel Cream. If your skin is not too oily you can just use the serum alone. 
  5. When you use acne treatments your skin becomes very sensitive to the sun. If you don’t protect your skin from the sun you can get dark spots, discoloration or a bad sunburn on your skin that might leave a scar, always make sure your day face moisturizer has at least SPF 15. 
  6. Next is an eye cream, you want to use an eye cream that’s made for under your eyes if you use the face cream it might burn your eyes. 
  7. Always apply a lip balm or a lip conditioner. 

Now you are ready to start your day. If you use makeup you can put it on now. 

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Night routine 

(You will use the same cleanser, eye cream and toner you use every morning)

  1. Every night wash your face with warm water and with the cleanser.
  2. Pat your face dry and apply the toner.
  3. Next, you will need to apply a thin layer of a mild Salicylic Acid treatment all over your face (avoid the eye area). Salicylic Acid helps dissolve gunk that has clogged your pores. I advise to use this in the evening to prevent sun damage to your skin, I recommend the following: Avon Clearskin Professional Daily Correcting Lotion it has 0.50% salicylic acid which is the right amount for mild acne.
  4. Next is a night moisturizer you can definitely use the Anew Hydra Fusion Nighttime Facial Treatment if your skin is extra oily use the Anew Hydra Fusion Replenishing Serum followed by the Anew Hydra Fusion Nighttime Facial Treatment.
  5. Next is an eye cream
  6. Moisturize your lips with a lip balm or a lip conditioner. 

You are now ready for bed.Skin care teenage acne

If you decide to use the entire Avon Clearskin Professional Treatment click here to get the kit.

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With time your skin starts to accumulate dead skin cells causing your skin to look dull and can also cause breakouts. I recommend exfoliating your face once a month before you go to bed. Exfoliating will lift away pore-clogging dirt, excess oil and your skin will look brighter. Click here for more info on how to brighten dull skin.

Click here learn how to remove acne scars.


This is a skin care teenage acne cleansing routine for mild acne. If you have moderate to severe Acne Click Here.

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