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Hanalei answers the question, how to help prevent acne from forming. So many people develop their favorite skincare routine because they’re trying to prevent or cure their acne, but what if you’re still trying to figure out what skincare routine works best for you? It can be hard to know where to start, especially if your skin is prone to acne. Luckily, here at Hanalei, skincare is what we specialize in, and we’re here to answer all of your questions so that you’re able to easily find the best skincare routine for you, without the stress.
Stopping your acne can be difficult, but the most important thing is to figure out the cause and then figure out how to reverse it. Acne can be caused by many things, from food to clogged pores. Finding the best products for your skin is crucial since everyone’s skin is so different. What works for your twin sister might not work for you, so pay attention to what type of skin you have, whether you have sensitive skin, and what might be causing your acne, so that you can find the right cleanser for you.
Believe it or not, a lot of what might be wrong with your skin could easily come from what you’re consuming. Highly processed foods full of oil and sugar are huge culprits when it comes to acne, but also foods containing dairy have a correlation. Avoiding these types of foods, and replacing them with eating fresh and unprocessed foods might help to reverse your acne over time.
Figuring out the best cleanser for you might just be a game-changer for your skin, but it all depends on your skin type. Our Papaya Enzyme Powder Face Cleanser is great for moisturizing and exfoliating your skin while reducing signs of aging. Papaya Enzyme and Hawaiian Noni work together to bring out your skin’s natural brightness while adding the moisture you need for a healthy complexion. Our Charcoal Powder Face Cleanser is perfect for those with normal to oily skin. This cleanser is great for removing impurities and oil while exfoliating. It also works to balance moisture levels, helping your skin becoming the healthiest version of itself with aloe and collagen extracts. There truly is a cleanser for everyone’s skin—it’s just a matter of figuring out which ingredients your skin needs.
Exfoliating is one of the best ways to remove impurities from your skin. It works to buff away the bad stuff to make room for the good stuff like vitamins and moisture. Our powder face cleansers work as natural exfoliators to take care of the unwanted layers of skin and make room for the stuff your skin really needs.
Incorporating one of our Face Sheet Masks into your skincare routine is a great way to help your skin heal in the best way. Our Lychee Mask is ideal for people trying to heal their acne, as it works to soothe your skin and heal those painful acne marks.
Depending on your skin type, you might need to decide which moisturizer is best for your skincare routine. The best way to make sure you’re using the right moisturizer to help with acne is to choose a lightweight soothing gel moisturizer like our Island Aloe Gel. The combination of aloe, a natural anti-inflammatory, and Hawaiian Noni, makes this the perfect lightweight formula for skin that’s healing.
Drinking water is actually one of the most essential things you can do for your skin. Drinking more freshwater is the perfect way to flush out any bad toxins that might be negatively affecting your skin, and allow your skin to heal and absorb the good vitamins your new skincare routine will be providing for you.
Taking care of your skin is the first step to taking care of you, so if you’ve been feeling motivated to finally do something about your acne, now is the best time to start! Between finding the best cleanser, drinking more water, and adding better foods to your diet, figuring out your acne has never been easier.
About the author:
Halle Homel is currently based in Southern California, where she spends her time with her family and dog, Josey when she’s not traveling. She spends her free time exploring new places, practicing yoga, and working on her blog, Halle’s Wandering Soul. Follow her on Instagram @halleswanderingsoul