Acne and skin blemishes

While acne is a common skin problem among teenagers, it can also affect adults well into their 30s and beyond. Depending on the severity of the condition, acne can be irritating and persistent, and can leave unsightly blemishes on the skin. Many people spent years and years trying to control their acne, only to discover that 'nothing works'.

But to make your skin clean and healthy is easier, than many people believe. Use the right care routine, and see a dramatic difference in 2-4 months time.

This routine works for face and body, men and women alike.


Retinoids: Wonder Products

The retinoid family: tretinoin, retinol, retinaldehyde — a class of synthetic and naturally occurring Vitamin A compounds and derivatives. 


Tretinoin was originally developed as an acne treatment in the 1960s.


Retinoids produce significant changes in epidermal and dermal skin cells and tissues. Users not only see a real improvement in their acne, but also with fine lines and wrinkles, pigmentation and roughness.

Select the strength according to your individual needs. Acne usually requires at least Tretinoin 0.025%


Salicylic Acid & Benzoyl Peroxide

Salicylic acid is a favourite when it comes to banishing blemishes, because it has the unique ability to clear up the skin while providing soothing relief at the same time.

Salicylic acid is a type of beta hydroxy acid (BHA), which works to clear up the skin by exfoliating and dislodging stubborn skin cells that can clog pores and result in pimples. It’s also wonderful for reducing the look of pore size. 

Salicylic acid is also anti-inflammatory which makes it a good choice for people with rosacea or inflamed acne.

Benzoyl Peroxide is a powerful acne ingredient, also known as BPO, works on all kinds of acne lesions by effectively targeting acne-causing bacteria in the pores.

Benzoyl peroxide helps to exfoliate and remove the buildup of dead skin cells and sebum from the pores. Benzoyl Peroxide kills bacteria associated with acne.

Select the right products or get the System: it works better, than individual products