After implementing my hydrating skin-care routine, my skin has been on the up and up. Even though I’ve gotten my dryness under control, I’m still dealing with the occasional breakout. I believe that my breakouts are situational. My breakouts tend to increase while traveling a lot, during increased stress, and of course, around that time of the month. I know when my skin is going to give me issues based on my current lifestyle. I keep my essential products around for these moments when they arise. Since I know that we all have those moments, I’m going to share with you my essential skin-care products for breakouts.
Also, check out:
Hydrating Skin-Care Products To Combat Dry Skin
Why I Stopped Using Coconut Oil In My Skin-Care Routine
How To Get Rid Of Dry-Chapped Lips
This post contains links to Amazon Service LLC Associates Program. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. To learn more, go to my Disclosure page.
Mario Badescu Drying Lotion
I’ve tried a lot of spot treatments in the past, and this one is by far the best. I apply it at the very moment I feel the “a pimples coming tingle.” If I catch it too late them, I use it directly over the pimple, and its usually gone the next morning. It does contain salicylic acid and calamine.
Mario Badescu Drying Mask
I only use this mask once a week when I’m experiencing multiple breakouts. I wouldn’t recommend using this all over your face because it is powerful. And beware it does have a strong, in your face smell. If you have dehydrated skin, I would skip this product.
Mario Badescu Buffering Lotion
The buffering lotion is a spot treatment for those deeper, more stubborn breakouts. I rarely get those, but when I do, this is my go-to product. I can usually see the difference the day after I applied it, and then it’s gone the 2nd day. My husband suffers from more of the under the skin breakouts. I purchased this for him as well, and it’s been a life-changer.
The Body Shop Tea Tree Skin Clearing Facial Wash
At one point, I swore by the Trader Joe’s Teat Tree Face Wash until I realized that it contained coconut oil (Here’s why I no longer use coconut oil on my skin). I went on a search for a new facial cleanser that contained tea tree oil and came across this one by the body shop. It helps with my breakouts without drying out my skin. I no longer have to pile the moisturizer on after washing my face, which can also cause more breakouts.
These four products have yet to let me down. What are your essential Skin-Care Products For Breakouts? Or do you just allow them to go away on their own?
SAVE FOR LATER
Leave a Reply