3 Must-Have Products for Acne-Prone Skin Under $40

janegee Olive Clay Mask

Dealing with acne can be frustrating, but we are here to tell you that it doesn't have to be. There is no true quick fix when it comes to skin health, however, there are steps you can take to learn how to properly care for your acne-prone skin. Once you start doing so, you will notice a world of difference in the health of your skin and the frequency of your breakouts.

It is important we start by emphasizing that your skin is a window into your gut. Skincare is an inside job. If you focus on health first, clear skin follows. You have to look beyond the surface and into the root of what may be causing your acne. Learn more about the gut-skin connection and Jane’s acne philosophy here. After you start eating for healthy skin, you need to start using the right products to correct, balance, and purify your skin.  Here are a few of Jane’s favorite products to properly care for your acne-prone skin.

Jane’s Acne Essentials

1. Clear Skin

Cleansing is the most important step in any skincare routine. If you have acne-prone skin, you’ve probably seen marketers try to sell you on using soapy or sudsy cleansers to dry out your skin, however, you should never do that. Using these sudsy cleansers will actually change the pH of your skin and stimulate the oil gland to go into hyperdrive and produce even more oil. What you want to do instead is balance your skin by using an oil cleanser. Using an oil cleanser will balance oil production, improve congestion, and support a healthy microbiome. This is why our Clear Skin is the perfect cleanser for those who struggle with acne. Its key ingredients Jojoba Oil, Neem Oil, and Helichrysum Oil combine to treat acne while also soothing any inflammation and redness.

2. Olive Clay Mask 

Our Olive Clay Mask is beneficial for cleansing, purifying, and detoxifying the skin by removing dirt and oil and pulling out annoying pollutants from the skin. This clay contains minerals that help balance oiliness, smooth the skin, increase microdermal circulation, and remove impurities. It makes a remarkable difference on acne-prone skin.

3. Yang Oil 

Yang Oil is our heating solution. What this means is that it stimulates the blood to the cells (this is where the nutrition is) and the lymph to take away and drain waste from the cells. This will help enhance skin texture and reduce congestion. It is the go-to product for when you feel a breakout forming as it can help speed up the healing process and get rid of the breakouts quickly. 

If you have any additional questions on how to treat acne-prone skin we highly encourage you to set up a consultation with one of our skin therapists to learn more about your skin. Regular skincare treatments are also extremely helpful in achieving healthy skin. Here at janegee, our team focuses on fixing the underlying issues, instead of searching for quick fixes. Your skin therapist can help you understand what is causing any of your skin concerns and help you adjust your routines as needed. Learn more here.

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