Hydro Boost Acne Lotion
- Mattifies skin, controlling oil and reducing the appearance of pores and leaving skin with a matte, hydrated appearance and texture.
- Non-comedogenic formulation helps prevent new acne blemishes from forming.
- Prevents by stimulating the new cell to protect against the acne spots.
How to Apply Hydro Boost Acne Lotion
Twice daily apply a small amount of the Hydro Boost Acne Lotion on the entire clean face skin after applying Acne Spot Clear. Avoiding eyes area.
Lactobacillus Ferment The alternative of peptide technology which useful as a topical antimicrobial addressing acne. Thus it can inhibit bacteria growth, especially P.acne which can cause acne.
Oligopeptide-10 The anti-microbial peptide derived from plant amino acids. This peptide has potent activity against P.Acnes causing rapid cell death.
O-cymen-5-ol Demonstrates antimicrobial activity and inhibits the growth of bacteria.
Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate The stabilize form of vitamin C acts as skin whitening agent. It can reduce dark spot because of acne occurs and control the excess oil.
Acne can be divided into different types according to
Acne, also known as acne vulgaris or common acne, refers to clogging of the sebaceous glands by oil (sebum) and their expansion or inflammation. Acne usually appears in adolescents as red spots on the face, neck or shoulders. In severe cases, acne can also appear on the back and chest. Sometimes, acne develops in infants and adults.” Acne can be divided into different types according to
1. The form: open comedones (blackheads), closed comedones (whiteheads), papules (flat red bumps), pustules (red bumps with pus in the center), nodules and cysts
2. Underlying cause: Mechanical acne due to physical irritation of the skin, Hormonal acne in certain hormonal disorders, Steroid acne as a side effect of steroid drugs
Types of Acne
- In whiteheads or closed comedones the openings of the hair follicles are covered by a thin skin layer.
- In blackheads or open comedones the oil at the top of the hair follicles is in direct contact with air, so it oxidizes and turns black.
- Papules are inflamed acne. Papules are flat red bumps.
- Pustules are red bumps with white centers, which contain pus.
- Cystic acne is similar to nodular acne but the red bumps are filled with pus, so they are soft.
- Nodular acne is big, red and hard acne with inflammation deep in the skin.
- Hormonal acne is usually severe acne that develops in certain hormonal disorders, such as Cushing’s disease, or as a side effect of steroid drugs, including oral corticosteroids, steroid creams, oral contraceptives and anabolic steroids.