Do you have acne? Are you looking for something to help? Then read on for the lowdown on our excellent Kakadu Plum & Quandong Day Serum…
Kakadu Plum & Quandong are packed full of Vitamin C. We all know what an excellent anti-ageing product Vitamin C serum is, but it can also be incredibly useful for acne prone skin. It has shown significant results in reducing the risk of acne outbreaks from spreading, reducing redness and helping to fade hyper pigmentation, acne scars and marks.
A study published by The Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology made a connection between acne and free radicals, a type of molecule caused by pollution or sunlight. Free radicals are known to be the cause of dark skin pigmentation, destroying collagen and - as discovered recently - causing acne.
How does that happen? Well, free radical molecules cause an increase in inflammation to the skin, which blocks the pores trapping any dirt or harmful bacteria. This then leads to pimples, or acne.
So what to do? Antioxidants neutralise any free radical molecules as well as repairing any damaged skin cells. And guess which molecule is one of the most potent antioxidants on earth? Yup, Vitamin C.
Applying our Day Serum to your skin helps neutralize free radicals, thereby lessening pimples and breakouts. In addition, the anti-inflammatory properties of the serum can be beneficial to even advanced inflammation such as rosacea. It can also improve the damage done to skin from broken capillaries and drastically diminish their appearance.
So what about acne scars? Fortunately, this is one of the biggest benefits to using our Day Serum. As the key ingredients increase collagen production, this helps to ‘fill in’ the scars and holes left from acne, leading to a brighter, smoother skin.
So overall our Kakadu Plum & Quandong Day Serum can make a dramatic difference to acne-prone skin, whilst lessening signs of aging as they happen over time. A few of our customers have reported excellent results when using our Day Serum for acne, so why not give it a try?
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