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Determining Your Skin Condition

December 19, 2014

Acne

In order to understand why acne happens, we have to begin at the source: the oil glands. These glands produce the oil that may cause skin to breakout. The excess oil clogs the follicle and creates an impaction. In response to the large amount of oil and chemical reactions, the pore closes with the debris inside. This is commonly called a whitehead. A pore that doesn’t close, but has debris that is in contact with the air is called a blackhead. Pores that become infected are called pustules.

Treatment

At night, after you have used the complete skin care system, approximately one hour before bedtime, apply a thin layer of the Quick Dry Bump Treatment to your oily and acne areas only. Make sure to avoid the areas around your eyes, corner of your nose and around the mouth area.

Skin Discoloration

This is a common problem that affects darker skin tones. Obvious discoloration is probably the most devastating cosmetic condition for ethnic skin. Discolorations are white splotches or darker areas, including uneven skin tone, such as what happens when acne or razor bumps heal.

Treatment

After you have used the complete skin care system, apply the Skin Lightening Moisturizer twice a day to the dark areas of your face. The Skin Lightening Moisturizer can also be used twice a day, or as needed, or tolerated, on your body to treat uneven skin tone.

Dark Spots

Two things could have occurred to cause a dark spot or darker area. The first may be a lot of dry, dull, dark dead skin cells piled up on that area. The second can be that your skin is reacting to some sort of insult, injury or disease. Ethnic skin normally heals by producing dark spots.


Treatment

After you have used the complete skin care system, apply the On The Spot Fade Treatment twice a day directly to the center of the dark spots using an applicator.If your spots are large, use a cotton swab to apply the On The Spot Fade Treatment directly to the center of spots. If your spots are small, use the stick part of the cotton swab to apply the solution directly to the center of the dark spots.

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