Moisturizer For Acne Skin - Things You Should Avoid To Have Healthy Skin

By: Felix G. Schmieder


The moisturizer for acne prone skin is in a lot of peoples thoughts.  There are plenty of questions that people need answered like where they should get it or which type should I use.
Repeatedly, people think that a moisturizer is a moisturizer is a moisturizer and will take whatever one they see, believeing it to be fine.  This is completely not true and at the bare minimum, people should make sure their moisturizer is non-comodogenic.  Products that aren't will only cause more breakouts because they're to thick and to greasy.  When I was younger, I even bought a maximum strength moisturizer and put a huge amount on my face.  Imagine my dismay when I woke up with a batch of new pimples and I even found out I was allergic to the product on top of that!
Hopefully by now, most people with acne prone skin go for non-comodogenic types when looking for the moisturizer for acne prone skin.  What's good about these is that they're made specifically to not clog pores.  For maximum effectiveness, you should really put on two very, very light coats instead of one large one.  This helps keeps your pores from getting clogged while providing maximum effectiveness.
Something else that you can do is add two ingredients into your moisturizer to increase its effectiveness.  Those two ingredients are AHA or alpha hydroxy acid and Jojoba Oil.  AHA's increase the effectiveness of moisturizers as they help smooth out your skin and help prevent breakouts by keeping pores clear.  Jojoba will help turn an ordinary moisturizer into a super moisturizer for acne prone skin because it closely mimics the natural oils on our face, really maximizing ordinary products.  The skin is also tricked in a way, thinking it has already made enough sebum so it dials down production.
While these are some good options, I think a completely natural route is the best way to go when looking for the best moisturizer for acne prone skin.  Moisturizers, no matter how gentle they are or claim to be, are still at their roots chemicals.  Our skin was not made to accept chemicals and moisturizers can also have a very adverse affect on the skin.  They work by pinching the pores shut which helps retain water.  This pinching can lead to more breakouts and just isn't very good for you.
What you CAN do is make a superb and completely natural moisturizer that not only keeps your skin hydrated, but also heals it and makes it look good at the same time.  All you need is that Jojoba I mentioned and some Aloe Vera Gel.  Both are very easy to find, but when looking for aloe vera gel, make sure it's at least 98% pure.
When you combine a little of each product in your hand, they mix to form the absolute best moisturizer for acne prone skin that I've ever found.  These all natural ingredients won't do anything harmful to your skin and can help clear away blemishes more quickly while making your skin look radiant.
I've always been a huge advocate of natural products and methods to clear away acne.  I think this is the very moisturizer for acne prone skin and I hope you give it a try.

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