The feeling of insecurity, lack of confidence and constantly avoiding mirrors is something we don’t want you to deal with anymore.
Thinkergirls to the rescue!
We’ve created this Adult Acne Forum for you to share your best tips with everyone. AA- Adult Acne. Hmm… there’s nothing anonymous about this forum- we want you to be loud and proud about sharing your advice so others who are experiencing the same thing can get the best advice.
Just post your best skin care tips in the comments section and let’s get this conversation cleared up!
Adult acne is the worst. I’m speaking from experience here. Because about a year ago, at 25 years old my skin was in the worst state it had ever been in. Way worse even than my teenage years. So I did what anybody in a crisis does – I sought help on the internet and came up trumps. Not only was there really limited info on why my skin would be breaking out almost a decade after puberty, but it also made me feel more alone. So what better reason to start a space online where people can share their stories, struggles, miracle cures and prove that adult acne isn’t just something that effects YOU!
For me, I was introduced to the world of facials. I always thought they were a luxury and I never had enough money to justify someone rubbing cleanser on my face – but a friend told me I should look into ‘acne facials.’ At first they were super painful, but after the first few I really started to notice a difference. Chatting to the beautician about the mish-mash of products (typically whatever was on sale at the supermarket) I was using also opened my eyes to how important it is to have a solid skincare regime going. From her recommendation I started using Environ and it legit changed. My. Life. I’ve never received free products or been asked to endorse them either PS. so I mean it when I say that. I started cleansing, toning and moisturising morning and night (and still do religiously) and even though the products are really expensive they work, and I couldn’t put a price on the confidence it gave me. I still use the Sebuwash cleanser that has Vitamin A and tea tree oil in it so helps dry out the skin, the Sebutone toner and the AVST 2 moisturiser. The products work in a step up system as your skin gets more used to the active ingredients so as my skin got clearer and clearer I changed what levels I used accordingly. What worked for me might not work for you, but it’s definitely worth looking into!