Skin Breakouts are caused by blocked pores. To clear up congested pores, reduce breakouts and restore skin radiance, follow Henry Tianus Anti-Blemish Skincare Routines, daily and weekly. Henry Tianus Anti-Blemish Solutions have been specially developed to help reduce and prevent the appearance of acne scars, promote a spotless complexion and protect your skin against premature ageing.
Anti-Blemish Morning and Evening Skincare Routine
1. Cleanse your face with Melt Away Triple-Action Cleansing Cream. Use it daily, morning and evening to cleanse your face and remove makeup.
Three to four times a week (or everyday), use this 3-in-1 detoxifying cleanser as a purifying mask. Apply Melt Away Triple-Action Cleansing Cream generously to dry face avoiding the eye area. You may experience a slight tingling sensation as the mask boosts blood circulation and re-energise the skin. Leave it for 10 minutes. Wet your fingers with water then gently massage your face for 1 minute. Rinse your face thoroughly with water then splash cold water to your face for few seconds.
Melt Away Triple Action Cleansing Cream has been specially formulated as cleanser, makeup remover, deep-cleansing face mask and gentle, non-scrubbing exfoliator that purifies the skin, reduce and prevent breakouts. It is suitable for all skin types except very sensitive skin.
2. Spray Antioxidant Youthful Essence all over the face to hydrate and protect your skin from free radicals and daily pollutants. Rehydrate your skin as frequent as necessary during the day. Antioxidant Youthful Essence can be used while you are wearing makeup. Healthy hydration levels help rebalance your skin and reduce breakouts.
3. Apply Blemish Clearing Serum directly to spots, twice to three times a day. This light, oil-free serum has been formulated with 2% Salicylic Acid to get rid of blemish quickly, speed up cell regeneration and promote radiant, spotless skin.
4. If you have combination skin that show signs of dryness in certain areas, apply Rose and Cacay Hydrating Cream to those dry-prone areas.