Best French Pharmacy products to clear acne

Best French Pharmacy products to clear acne

As I went back to France for the Christmas holiday, I went to one of my favorite beauty stores in France: French Pharmacies! Even if I’ve switched to a clean beauty routine recently, I’m still very obsessed with French Pharmacies; especially because they offer an extensive array of effective acne-focused products for high-street prices. I’ve been dealing with acne/breakouts, redness and oily skin for one year. As you can see in my last video, my skin is way much better compared to what it used to be, however, I’m still dealing occasionally with breakouts (and acne scars) around my chin. Skin care products of French pharmacy brands like Avene, Vichy, and La Roche-Posay are reputed to solve oily skin’s problems and are even prescribed by French dermatologists. That’s why I wanted to go back to basics and I listed for you the best French pharmacy acne-focused products that are really effective to beat acne –the French way. Continue reading “Best French Pharmacy products to clear acne”

How to get and maintain clear skin

How to get and maintain clear skin

Blemishes on the face and body are a common issue for most people. And beautiful, clear skin is nowadays quite rare: some 50 million people in America deal with breakouts, according to the American Academy of Dermatology, which also says that acne is the most common skin condition across the country. Blemishes and acne is not something that affects a specific demographic—dermatologists report that acne is on the rise in adults.

“Both adult and teen acne need topical skincare addressing bacteria, pore clogging, and oil production,” says dermatologist Robert Anolik, M.D.

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How I cleared up my acne with probiotics

How I cleared up my acne with probiotics

Did you know that acne is increasingly seen in adult women? Almost twice as many women seek help for their acne than men, and one-third of total acne office visits are made by women over 25 years old. Acne traditionally has been attributed to four main factors: sebum production, Propionibacterium acnes colonization, follicular hyperkeratosis, and inflammation. Other factors like hormonal fluctuations, genetics, cosmetics, diet, tobacco use, and stress are likely involved as well in the development of acne in adult women. But what if acne was simply caused by gut issues?

I’m 27 years old and I’ve never had acne in my life. Never. Until the beginning of this year when I’ve started to break out around my chin. At first, I’ve attributed my breakout to hormonal fluctuations, which is really common for a woman. But after a few months, it started to get worse and worse, without understanding what was going on. I was breaking out everywhere on my face; on my chin, cheeks, all over my forehead and even on my temples. Continue reading “How I cleared up my acne with probiotics”