Acne can in itself be an irritating problem, but when it gets combined with dry skin issues, acne products can do a worse job on your face than doing nothing at all. Some acne treatments are known for drying out skin. That's why when you pick out an acne product, you need to know what to choose to make sure you're not just making a bad thing worse. Here are a few products that are available on the market specifically formulated to clear up acne on dry skin.
- Clear Skin Max – The heavy chemicals that get added to acne products are usually the reason that moisture gets sucked out of the skin and leaves it dry and flaky. This product is made with very little harsh chemicals and a lot of natural ingredients, which will let your skin retain the moisture it does have and even provide some extra moisture. This 6 step system includes Tea Tree Oil Control Daily Cleansing Gel, Skin Soften & Melanin Expel Essence, Acne Vanisher Mask, Pore Astringent Conditioning Lotion, Acne Treatment Emergency and Tava Tea Anti Acne. The last item in that list is actually a tea that you drink on a daily basis. They provide a natural but powerful approach to the problem of acne. You can be sure that even if the treatment does not work for you, the natural ingredients are not going to suck any excess moisture out of your skin and leave you worse off than you started.
- ZenMed Acne Therapy For Dry Skin – These guys promise not to leave you with dry skin after you use their products. This is a 4 step system that is created with the idea of giving spa like results without having to pay the outrageous prices that a spa will charge. They provide a Gentle Cleansing Gel, Sebum Regulating Moisturizer, AHA / BHA Complex and a potent Renewing Serum, all aimed at keeping your face from drying out. They contain no petrochemicals, parabens, Sulfur, synthetic dyes or fragrances, animal ingredients or non-recyclable or unnecessary packaging in their system. Reviews rate this product very effective.
- Products In Your Home – As well as using store bought products, there are ones that are around your house that can be used to keep away the dry skin and acne. These include drinking a lot of water, applying lavender oil to the pimple itself, toothpaste (if left on only for a short time) and even milk. So long as you are not allergic to any of these household products, feel free to try them on your face and see if they help your dry skin.
If you suffer from acne and dry skin, be sure not to over wash your face. This will just make the problem worse. As you can see, there are multiple products on the market that are geared towards those with dry skin. These are just a few to consider. Keep researching these and more, and you'll find the right one.
Source by Ross E Cohen