You are normal, but your skin might not be

WHO CAN GET ACNE?

WHO CAN GET ACNE?

Everyone can get acne! Acne is the most common skin disease. The majority of the people with acne are aged between 12 and 25 but it can happen at any age, even in infants.

WHAT IS ACNE?

WHAT IS ACNE?

A proper skincare routine for acne from the drugstore or medical grade face moisturizer for acne prone skin and face wash for oily acne prone skin are important to use consistently for months to combat clogged pores and dry acne prone skin.


TYPES OF ACNE

TYPES OF ACNE

While there are many medical and personal classifications for types of acne (for example Adult Breakouts or non-inflammatory acne), in this blog post we are unclogging more facts about acne as a skin disease.

COMMON ACNE MISTAKES

COMMON ACNE MISTAKES

A few of the common mistakes that your mom didn't know were bad for your skin when dealing with zits, pimples, or breakouts. We take advice from friends and family on how to treat skin mixed with the overpowering temptation to pop our own zits, but did you know that some of the home remedies, so-called 'cures,' and wives-tales can actually cause more and long-term damage to your skin?

HOW TO TREAT ACNE

HOW TO TREAT ACNE

Say, peace out acne and bacteria forever! While there are natural remedies and plants that focus on anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal properties, like Rose Hip Seed Oil and Buckthorn Fruit Oil, and other acne removal methods, some are actually more harmful and do not avoid long-term acne damage to the skin.