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Acne; the best skin care routine

model with Face Wash, step 2 in your skin care routine
Face Wash, step 2 in your skin care routine

Acne skin care routines are designed to help manage and prevent acne breakouts while promoting overall skin health. Here's a basic outline of an acne skin care routine:

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3 step cleaning set; acne skin improvement

Cleansing; the best skin care routine in 3 steps

  • Use a gentle, non-comedogenic cleanser to wash your face twice daily, preferably in the morning and before bed. Avoid harsh scrubbing or abrasive cleansers that can irritate the skin and worsen acne. Advice; 3 steps cleaning from Rosenberg Skin Clinic N1 Cleansing Oil for make-up, N2 Face Wash to clean and care also for your microbe and PH level and N3 the TONIC that is a toner for the perfect PH level 3,5 (water is between 7 and 9,5) Exfoliation; the best skin care routine in 1 step

Rosenberg Skin Clinic, Dutch skin brand
Dutch Glycolic Acid
  • Exfoliation can help remove dead skin cells and unclog pores, but it's important to be gentle, especially if you have active acne. Use a chemical exfoliant containing ingredients like salicylic acid or glycolic acid a few times a week, rather than harsh physical scrubs. Advice: N4 Glycolic acid 12% from Rosenberg Skin Clinic. Treatment; the best skin care routine like a clinic

Power mast for Rosenberg acne skin care routine
Power mask
  • Apply acne treatment products containing ingredients such as the power mask. These ingredients help to kill acne-causing bacteria, reduce inflammation, and promote cell turnover to prevent clogged pores.

  • Spot treat individual pimples with a targeted treatment containing glycolic acid strong 20%.

Moisturizing skin oil within glycol; the best last step in your skin care routine

N9 ACNE, Rosenberg Skin Clinic, skin care
N9 ACNE, Rosenberg Skin Clinic
  • Even if you have oily or acne-prone skin, it's important to use a lightweight, mineral oil-free moisturizer to keep your skin hydrated and balanced. Look for non-comedogenic formulas that won't clog pores. Use the 2 in one skincare from Rosenberg Skin Clinic with the name N 9 ACNE with glycolic acid, squalane oil, Zink and vitamin K. Or when you use N4 Glycolic acid, use N6, it is pure oil with a lot of Zink.

  • Sun Protection in your skin care routine:

  • Always apply a broad-spectrum sunscreen with SPF 30 (is in N9 and in N6 ) or higher, especially if you're using acne treatments like retinoids, which can increase sun sensitivity. Look for mineral oil-free or non-comedogenic sunscreens to avoid exacerbating acne. Extras for your acne skin care routine

N5 Hyaluronic Acid Dutch brand; Rosenberg Skin Clinic
N5 Hyaluronic Acid

  • Consider using products with ingredients like hyaluronic acid to help soothe inflammation and hydrate the skin without clogging pores.

  • Some people find that incorporating a clay mask or sulfur mask into their routine once or twice a week can help absorb excess oil and reduce breakouts.

Healthy Lifestyle Habits to improve your acne skin:

  • In addition to a good skincare routine, maintaining a healthy lifestyle can also help manage acne. This includes eating a balanced diet, staying hydrated, managing stress levels, and getting enough sleep. Take vitamin D3 also.

  • Do not use hot water on your face

  • Move, walk, sport!

  • Mindfulness & relax, read Larens Choice

Remember, consistency is key when it comes to treating acne. It may take time to see results, so be patient and stick to your routine. If you're not seeing improvement or if your acne is severe, consider consulting the Dutch skin (Acne) specialist J.A.T.W. Rosenberg in Amsterdam, Blaricum or Utrecht for personalized treatment recommendations.

Questions about your Acne skin care routine? Or do you want to send a picture of your skin? You get free advice! +31(0)653 27 60 70. The clinic is located in Amsterdam, Blaricum and Utrecht in the Netherlands. The webshop ships worldwide with pleasure!

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