ACNE Treatment Pack
To prevent and break the continuous breakout cycle.
Acne can be stubborn and affects all ages. It is caused by a combination of bacteria, excess oil, and pores becoming clogged with dead skin cells. Other factors such as hormones or stress can also lead to breakouts.
Your skin combats the incorrect pH by overproducing oil, leading to more acne lesions and a never-ending cycle.
This pack is for acne-prone skin, works to correct acne effectively without damaging the optimal pH balance of the skin.
ACNE Treatment Pack: For Adults and Teens Acne.
The Pack contains 6 items in total to help treat the ACNE over the next 10 weeks.
(Apply twice daily)
Dermatologist Recommended Acne Products.
Acne is derived from Greek, άκµή or acme, and stands for skin eruption. Acne affects almost 85% of adolescents and young adults, but may unfortunately also persist into adulthood.
Acne is a skin condition that occurs when your hair follicles become plugged with oil and dead skin cells. It causes whiteheads, blackheads, or pimples.
Adult & Teen Acne is defined as acne that develops (late-onset acne) or continues (persistent acne) after the age of 25 years.
Blackheads are one of the most common forms of acne. Although people who have oily skin are more vulnerable to blackheads, anyone can get them. They form when pores become clogged with a combination of dead skin cells and excess oil (sebum) from your sebaceous glands.
Most will have more oily skin and is therefore recommended to use a slightly foaming, neutral pH cleanser that cleanses your skin thoroughly without further irritation.
What results can I expect after using these products?
- Deep cleansing the pores without stripping the skin. The skin looks clear and feels refreshed.
- Breakouts are minimized or cleared completely.
- Reduces risk of infection and inflammations.
- Acne scarring is reduced and, the skin looks clear and smooth.
- The skin is detoxed from pollutants and impurities.
- Skin texture and large pores are refined.
- Skin congestion such as blackheads and whiteheads are cleared and prevented.
- The skin is protected against congestion from make-up and powders.
- Fine lines are prevented and, the skin immune system is boosted.
Help to treat mild to moderate acne, including face, chest, and back areas which is often caused by blocked skin pores.
THREE steps to relieving ACNE symptoms
Step 1: KLEERZIT Facial Cleanser | Exfoliator
It's a skin resurfacing cleanser. A dual-action exfoliating cleanser that helps retexturize, leaving the skin super smooth.
Deep cleanse and/or exfoliate the skin regularly to ensure the blocked skin pores are cleared. Kleerzit is a mild salicylic acid in a non-irritant foamy base.
Step 2: DERMACLENS Alternate with Kleerzit
This gentle fragrance-free cleansing lotion helps to wash away impurities without stripping or drying. Cleansing lotion helps soothe and purify the skin.
Dermaclens is an ideal skin cleanser, specifically formulated and helps to alternated with Kleerzit.
Step 3: HYDRATION Moisturising Cream
By using an exfoliator or skin cleanser regularly, most of the natural skin oils are removed. It is therefore important to replenish the skin with a non-comedogenic moisturizing cream.
Hydration Moisturising Cream will hydrate the skin, without blocking the pores.
KLEERZIT Facial Cleanser | Exfoliator. 150ml
Kleerzit is a gentle salicylic acid, in a non-irritant foam base (exfoliator), used to deep cleanse oily and combinations of skins in the treatment of acne, including chest and back areas. Also used in combination with Dermaclens.
DERMACLENS For Sensitive Skin. 150ml
Dermaclens is a gentle fragrance-free cleansing lotion for normal, sensitive, or dry skin types. It cleans the skin without disturbing the skin's natural protective barrier. Also used in combination with Kleerzit.
HYDRATION Moisturising Cream. 75ml
Hydration Moisturising Cream is a rich moisturizer, which is completely absorbed and well suited for dry and sensitive skin types. It is hypo-allergenic, fragrance-free, and contains Evening Primrose Oil and Vitamin E.
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