Julia Barretto's beauty regimen for pimple-free skin

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Julia Barretto is the new endorser of Pond's anti-acne product range, which is said to be formulated for teens.

If you like having fun outdoors all day or staying up all night, you're unknowingly damaging your skin.

For most teens, one perennial skin problem is acne, which is defined by medicalnewstoday.com as "a skin disease that involves the oil glands at the base of hair follicles."

Pond's has an an anti-acne product range and a four-step routine that can help address this:

Step 1. Lather Up!

Wash your face at least twice a day to banish excess oil on your face and wash away pore-clogging impurities.

Look for products containing salicylic acid to clear your pores; herbal clay to remove oil; gentle scrubbing beads to exfoliate and tighten pores; and whitening essence for radiant, glowing skin.

Step 2. Invest In Toner

Do you really need it? Yes, especially if your skin produces a lot more oil.

Choose whatever your skin needs (to tighten or moisturize), put a few drops on a cottonball, then swipe it over hard-to-reach areas like the corner of your nose and near the ears.

The Pond’s Acne Expert Pore Conditioning Toner contains tea tree extract to help dry pimples a lot faster.

Step 3. Start Moisturizing!

The surprising cause for an oily or acne-prone complexion: dehydrated skin.

Avoid this dilemma by using a light moisturizer over your face and neck twice a day.

Note that some products have "Detox Vitamins to help lighten pimple marks and blemishes."

Step 4. Spot Correct Acne

Want to get rid of that acne ASAP? Look for that gel with glycolic acid, aloe vera, and salicylic acid.

The latter reduces swelling, redness, and dries up your blemish.





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