Banish Acne For Good
Even though acne is common, the condition can be extremely frustrating. Pesky pimples can pop up at any time and age. And if acne isn’t treated, people often struggle with self-confidence and scarring. Treating acne is complex, and the approach is different for everyone. That’s where customized skincare can step in to provide the missing ingredient in banishing acne for good.
Beyond the one-size-fits-all approach
Most skincare products come in a one-size-fits-all formula. But skincare should not be a one-size-fits-all approach. Everyone has different skincare considerations. Even two people who both have acne-prone skin may find success with differing products. That’s where personalized skincare can be of great benefit.
The secret ingredient to success
Customized skincare is closely related to the practice of dermatology compounding. With compounding, pharmacists formulate dermatological prescriptions that are custom-made for a specific patient. This means that patients get a product that contains the exact ingredients that will work best for that individual.
What are the benefits?
Many people who struggle with acne feel tempted to layer on multiple products. The effect can be harsh on the skin. Harsh ingredients like salicylic acid and benzoyl peroxide can be extremely drying to the skin when layered. With a personalized prescription, patients can use one product designed to be both effective and non-damaging.
Banish breakouts without busting your budget
People who are trying to get rid of acne without help can easily spend hundreds of dollars on skincare products. This is especially true if people are shopping around, trying to find the magic formula. With customized skincare, patients can rest easy knowing that the prescription does contain a magic formula, one specifically designed for that person’s complexion. This unique formula combines all necessary ingredients into one product, leading to significant savings in both cost and time for patients.
Tips to prevent breakouts
Banishing acne also requires good skincare habits. Dermatologists recommend that patients use a gentle cleanser to wash the face twice a day. Follow with a hydrating moisturizer that is fragrance-free and non-comedogenic. To maximize the skin’s hydration, drink plenty of water. Avoid touching the face and limit sun exposure to avoid dehydrating the skin. If a pimple does develop, resist the urge to pop. Squeezing a blemish leads to inflammation, scarring, and possibly infection.
Find your customized solution
To banish acne for good, patients need personalized solutions. Personalized skincare offers patients products that will both fight acne and improve the overall appearance of skin. To get started with a customized skincare prescription, speak with a dermatologist.