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Balanced Skincare for Acne

Written by Vivoderm Admin on . Posted in Acne, Natural Skincare, Products, Skin and Tips


The Vivoderm acne treatments provide the necessary ingredients to reduce acne breakouts and help heal acne scars without damaging your skin. Keeping your skin in perfect balance.

Choose from the Zinc Repairing Facial Cream (With 25% Zinc Oxide, Vitamin E, A, Chamomile and Comfrey) or the Vivoderm Acne Treatment (With Zinc Oxide, Camphor and Salicylic Acid) to boost natural antimicrobial and antibacterial benefits with soothing, healing herbs and vitamins while Zinc acts as a natural sunblock to prevent further scarring and skin damage. Extracts of Chamomile and Comfrey soothe redness and reduce inflammation. Salicylic and Sorbic Acids slough dead skin layers and soften. Can be used on both face and body.

Anti-Acne Facial Mask (100% herbal) and contains no chemicals or preservatives. This mask is one of the legacy treatments developed by holistic dermatologist, Dr. H. Adhami. He believes our skin has the power to renew and heal itself if given the proper environment. Skin is rejuvenated with powerful herbs, vitamins and natural lactic acid to gently transform your skin back to a balanced state.

To get the best results from your acne treatment, Dr. Adhami recommends these tips.

  • Keep your skin clean. Gently wash your face up to twice daily and after sweating. Choose a gentle, non-abrasive cleanser. Apply it with your fingertips, as scrubbing with washcloths, sponges, and other tools can irritate your skin.
  • Choose the right skin care. Use gentle skin care products and ones that say “alcohol-free” on the label. Avoid products that can irritate your skin, including astringents, toners, and exfoliants. These products can dry your skin and make acne appear worse.
  • Shampoo regularly. The oil from your hair can cause acne on your forehead. If you have oily hair, shampoo more often than you do now and keep your hair away from your face.
  • Stick to your treatment. Trying new acne treatments too often can irritate your skin and cause breakouts. Give your treatment time to work. It may take several weeks to few months before you see a difference.
  • Keep your hands off. Touching your face throughout the day can cause acne to flare. While it can be tempting to pick, pop, or squeeze your acne, doing so will make the acne take longer to clear and increase your risk for scarring and dark spots called post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation.
  • Stay out of the sun and tanning beds. Along with increasing your risk for skin cancer, tanning damages your skin and can worsen acne. Some acne medications can also make your skin very sensitive to damaging ultraviolet rays from the sun and tanning beds.Protect your skin by avoiding tanning — indoors and out — and by seeking shade, wearing sun-protective clothing, and applying a broad-spectrum, water-resistant sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher to all skin not covered by clothing when outdoors. Look for a sunscreen that says “non-comedogenic” or “won’t clog pores.” For more effective protection, select clothing with an ultraviolet protection factor (or UPF) number on the label.

Acne takes time to clear. If you keep seeing breakouts after following these tips, partner with a board-certified dermatologist. Dermatologists can treat existing acne, prevent new breakouts from forming, and reduce your chance of developing scars.


See more acne tips and skin resources at the American Academy of Dermatology Association