Backne :: Combating the Breakouts


Now that backless and strapless season has arrived there is a conscience of feeling secure without worring about the blemishes on your back.  For some of us,  the skin on our backs need the proper care as the skin on our face. Therefore, we need to cleanse, tone, and treat it on a daily basis. Particularly if you are having hormonal imbalances or if you are an athlete of some sort that have excessive sweat or build up of clogged pores and dead skin cells. Here are some products that help combat the breakouts.

1. Clean Logic Wooden handle Bristle Bath Brush – This brush is great to be coupled with the Neutrogena Body Clear Body Wash, for deep exfoliation and treating the hard to reach areas.

2. Neutrogena Grapefruit Body Clear Body Wash – A gentle exfoliating wash with salicylic acid that assists in killing the bacteria that clogs pores and creates pimples.

3. Murad’s Body Clarifying Acne Body Spray – Has bonus benefits containing both retinol and salicylic acid.   This clarifying spray is the toning mist for your back.  It will assist in removing the remaining of residue, keep your skin balanced, and reduce the amount of bacteria trapped on your back.  The Clarifying spray helps get rid of breakouts and helps your skin feel refreshed.

4. Palmers Skin Success Eventone Fade Milk – Contains Alpha Hydroxy with Vitaman E and sunscreen.  The fade milk helps evens the skin tone and fade dark spots and lightens hyper pigmentation caused by the backne breakouts.

5. Origins  Clear Improvement Black Charcoal Mask (optional to apply once or twice a week) – Applying this mask once per week will help de-clog pores and eliminate the impurities  forming below the surface of the skin.

Keep up with a skin regimen for your backne even when your skin is clear.  For optimal results try this regimen daily and mask at least once per week. You will notice a difference in your skin in approximately two weeks if you stay consistent. If your breakouts seem to be a little uncontrollable consult with your dermatologist or esthetician for a skin analysis, and inquire if you are a candidate for a chemical peel. If you are expecting,  please consult with your doctor before using any of the products.

Remember the steps to maintaining healthy skin ~ cleanse, tone, treat, hydrate, and protect!


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