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At-Home Facials For Treating Active Acne

Facials fight acne well. They enhance skin and give you much-needed "me time." To achieve those rewards, you need a few regulations.

Before and after facials, clean your instruments. Always follow timing requirements and product directions.

Your facial should leave you refreshed and invigorated, not stressed or worried about skin damage. Before starting, cleanse your skin according to its type.

Keep an eye on your skin throughout the facial. Listen and respond to your individual skin. Facial treatments require a clean, clutter-free atmosphere.

Facials make skin sensitive, so always use sunscreen afterward. Reapplying face sunscreen won't harm makeup if you go out. You're ready for your DIY facial.

Acne treatment works best with the correct exfoliant and professional advice. Physical scrubs aren't good for acne. AHAs and BHAs exfoliate and improve your skin.

Let's divide by skin type. Salicylic acid is the best BHA for oily, acne-prone skin. Lactic acid is ideal for dry acne-prone skin, whereas mandelic acid is best for sensitive skin.

Let's begin your exfoliating facial step-by-step. Steam after cleansing. Use a facial steamer for 5–10 minutes with a cloth over your head. This softens skin, making exfoliation easier.

Use an ultrasonic face spatula to remove blackheads and whiteheads immediately after. Scrape it upwards to remove dirt. Before exfoliating, wash and dry your face with warm water.

Use a rose water toner, calming serum, and collagen or aloe-infused moisturizer. Avoid facial procedures after exfoliation because it's harsh on the skin.

Start with blue, then red collagen-stimulating LED light for 10 minutes. After LED mask treatment, massage remaining liquid into skin.

Our lymphatic drainage facial massage guide is perfect for this occasion. Finish with a moisturizing anti-acne moisturizer.

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