Monday, August 10, 2015

ASK KATHRYN: What Products Work Best on Acne & Chicken Pox Scars?

A couple of days ago I was asked: "What products would work well for scars on the face? A woman has some chicken pox scars from long ago & wants to get rid of them."

This is a great question and one I hear a lot. Fortunately, there are some effective things you can do about acne and chicken pox scarring on the face.

The micro-needle roller and night renewing serum along with the Redefine Regimen or Reverse Regimen works well on both acne and chicken pox scars. Adding the Macro Exfoliator, which removes 5 million dead skin cell in 5 minutes, resurfaces the skin and helps reduce and remove facial scarring even more.

If she buys one of the regimen Power Packs, that would be great for her scars, and she would save 20% on all the items in the Power Pack. The tools last a year or longer, so she would only need to periodically replace the serum and creams.

Get professional level results, no appointment necessary, with our REDEFINE Regimen and patent-pending skincare tools. Now when you add a REDEFINE MACRO Exfoliator™ and AMP MD™ System to your REDEFINE Regimen order you save 20% on the collection. 

If she becomes a Preferred Customer, she would save an extra $40 on top of her 20% discount for buying the Pack, and she would get free shipping!

Ask me where to buy the Power Packs, how to become a Preferred Customer and which Power Pack would work best for you!

If you have a skin care question, send me a message! All ASK KATHRYN posts are anonymous.

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Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Did You Know? Sun spots & acne spots

UNBLEMISH for acne


Sun Exposure is bad for acne!

A lot of people think that tanning and sun exposure is good for acne and seek the sun to dry up their pimples, but sun actually aggravates skin and causes more pimples.

Sun damages and irritates the skin, and while it may temporarily make pimple dry up or blend in with darker skin so you don't notice them as much, the result is over stimulation of the sebaceous glands which results in more acne.

Find out more in this article. Then ask me why I recommend the acne treatment regimen in the photo above.

Read more:   Sun spots: acne, tanning and too much sun 

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Friday, May 22, 2015

Acne Does Not Discriminate Based on Race or Gender

Acne affects an estimated 80–90% of teenagers in the Western world, both male and female, black and white. In 2010 acne was estimated to be the 8th most common disease in the world. 

Nearly half of the people in their twenties and thirties continue to have acne with about 4% continuing to have breakouts into their forties.

In teenagers, acne is typically a bacterial skin condition but in adulthood, acne is more tied to hormones.

If you suffer with acne, ask me what I recommend to start clearing your face up in 60 days or you get your money back.  This sophisticated regimen helps unclog pores, clears acne blemishes and calms your complexion to keep pimples, blackheads and post-acne marks from making an unwelcome appearance. Don't forget to ask me how to save 10 - 25%.

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Thursday, May 14, 2015

Bye-Bye Blemishes

Bye-Bye Blemishes
 Breakouts? Pimples? Blemishes? ACNE? A few changes to your daily skincare routine can help keep blemishes at bay, especially in the spring and summer when acne can get worse.  

Here is a simple tip: After exfoliating, apply our amazing Acne Treatment Sulfur Wash to clean, dry skin. Leave it on for 10 minutes, then rinse and pat dry. Follow up with a lightweight moisturizer to keep skin hydrated.

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Thursday, April 9, 2015

Micro-Needle Roller and Treatment for Acne Scars

After suffering from acne breakouts, blemishes, pimples, blackheads and whiteheads, many teens with acne grow into adults with acne scars. This post-acne scarring can take the appearance of darker pigmentation or actual pit-like scarring on the surface of the skin.

Fortunately, new technology and treatments can reduce and eliminate both types of acne scarring.

Our popular Unblemish acne treatment for adult acne, made by the same doctors who created Proactiv, can treat acne and reduce and remove mostdiscolored post-acne scars. Using our Reverse regimen for dark pigmentation provides great results for more stubborn pigmentation.

Adding our micro-needle roller to the regimen can provide splendid results in resurfacing the skin, getting rid of light to moderate scarring.

If you want to achieve clearer, healthy skin, contact me about these great products, and ask me how to save 10% - 25%

Also see: What Is the Best Adult Acne Treatment?

Thursday, April 2, 2015

Simple Acne Trick from a Guy

Blackheads are a common problem for teens and young adults, and some parts of the face are prone to produce blackheads (such as on the nose and chin) even as they pass 50 and 60. A clogged pore can be open (blackhead) or closed by skin (whitehead), and occur with or without acne

Do you have problems with blackheads on your nose, chin and other areas? This acne tip comes from a young man who works in skin care:

Ever since I was a teenager, one of my biggest skin complaints has been pesky blackheads on my nose. Over the years I found this trick works best: 

Three times a week at night, I use a special Micro-Dermabrasion Paste to remove dry cells that clog pores, followed by an Acne  Treatment Sulfur Wash as a 10-minute pore-clearing mask on dry skin. Then I use the remaining Acne-Fighting Regimen products as usual. My skin has never looked better.

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Monday, June 9, 2014

Five Foods to Avoid When Fighting Acne Breakouts

According to the US Department of Health and Human Services, acne can be triggered by hormone changes in puberty and adults, medicines, make-up, and family history and more. Many acne triggers are difficult to reverse, but a step that everyone can take is a change in diet. 

For many years people thought greasy foods and sweets caused acne. More recent studies indicate that other factors trigger zits and blemishes. 

However, at least one doctor is pointing her finger at foods again as a cause of breakouts. Crystal Wellman, a Master Aesthetician and owner of the Crystal Clear Acne Clinic, lists five foods to avoid if you’re acne prone.

“A lot of people don’t realize that it’s what they are eating that is causing their acne,” affirms Crystal Wellman, a Master Aesthetician and owner of the Crystal Clear Acne Clinic. “By changing a few foods that you eat, you can hydrate and improve your skin while avoiding breakouts.”

Here are five foods Wellman says to avoid when fighting acne:

1.    Salt. Too much salt can dehydrate your skin, leading to swelling and it makes it more difficult for your skin to heal acne. Nuts are a perfect change. They contain Vitamin E, copper, potassium, calcium and iron to improve your health and skin.
2.    Bread and Refined Grains. Bread, refined grains and foods that are high-glycemic spike your blood sugar, causing a burst of hormone insulin, which leads to an increase of breakouts and acne. Brown rice is a great alternative, rich in vitamin B and protein. Vitamin B acts a stress fighter and regulates hormone levels.
3.    Shellfish. Shrimp, crab and lobster are high in iodine, which leads to clogged pores and acne. Instead, try fish, which contains fatty acids like omega-3 and omega-6 to improve your skin.
4.    Milk. Dairy products, especially skim milk contains bioavailable hormones, stressing your skin and leading to breakouts. Instead, try broccoli contains health building properties like Vitamins A, B, C, E, and K.
5.    Alcohol. Alcohol dehydrates your skin, highlighting wrinkles and preventing your skin from healing. Avocados are rich in Vitamin E, reducing skin inflammation and naturally moistures your skin.

“Simple changes in your diet can produce a significant change in your complexion,” affirms Wellman. “It’s a feasible step that anyone and everyone can take to control of your acne.”

Buying the right acne treatment can also cure acne. Find out more and see before and after photos here.

Also see: What Is the Best Adult Acne Treatment?