The basic skincare ritual includes a cleansing gel in the morning and evening to regulate sebum production without drying the skin. This should be followed by a toner, for example with salicylic acid, to exfoliate and remove dead skin cells and a non-greasy moisturising cream to protect the skin.
Important: avoid excessively frequent and strong peels. An incorrect peel can injure the skin and spread bacteria at the same time. Enzyme peels are a gentle alternative. Cleaning brushes are also not a good idea for acute acne as bacteria can multiply in the moist brush hair. Make-up may be used as long as it is oil-free.
It is difficult to keep your hands off your pimples. Unfortunately, this can make acne even worse, as only the follicle is damaged while the accumulated sebum remains in the skin. The result the next morning is an inflammation, which, in the worst case, heals leaving a scar. We recommend an appointment with one of our beauticians to professionally clean blackheads and pimpleswithout injuring the skin.