Acne is a skin condition that can leave scars not only on the face but also on our psyche and self-confidence. You may know the feeling of helplessness when you think you've tried many things, yet nothing has worked effectively. Our customers' experience shows that small, but consistent lifestyle changes and the establishment of basic skincare routines, combined with effective technology, can work wonders. We have compiled proven recommendations that can help even those with problematic acne-prone skin heal. Although combating acne can be a lengthy and challenging battle, there are several tested methods to alleviate or completely eliminate acne symptoms. Patience, meticulous skincare, and adherence to the right skincare rituals are crucial. Heal your skin once and for all and say goodbye to unsightly pimples and blemishes. The recommendations below are suitable for all skin types and all levels of acne severity, as they are very gentle and non-invasive steps on the path to healing your skin.

Twice Daily Thorough Facial Cleansing 

The foundation of skin care is thorough cleansing, which should be part of your morning and evening routine. Use a gentle yet effective cleanser that can efficiently remove dirt, excess oil, and makeup without irritating the skin. Ideally, choose products specially formulated for problematic skin that do not clog pores. For more sensitive skin types, it is advisable to choose cosmetics based on natural ingredients. Also, ensure you always use a clean sponge to clean your face. Rinse the cleanser thoroughly with lukewarm water.

Perform Quality Peeling

Deep cleansing and the removal of dead skin cells are key to regular peeling. We recommend using a water-based ultrasonic peeling, which gently yet effectively exfoliates the skin using a peeler device. During this five-minute procedure, it's important to keep your face moist, which helps the device glide more smoothly over the skin and increases the effectiveness of the treatment. We recommend performing peeling twice a week. The treatment time with the peeler lasts about 5 minutes. 

Regularly Wash Brushes

Do not forget to regularly wash brushes and other sponges or tools used for applying makeup. Brushes can be a breeding ground for bacteria and impurities that contribute to the development of acne. Cleaning brushes once a week in warm water with a gentle detergent will help keep your skin in better condition. When washing brushes, we recommend using your tested facial cleansing gel or shampoo for natural fibers. It is important to remove dried residues and impurities from the delicate fibers of the brush.

Hydrate Your Skin and Protect It from External Factors

Adequate hydration is essential for healthy skin. Use moisturizing creams suitable for your skin type that contain soothing and hydrating ingredients. Those with more sensitive skin types should focus on natural ingredients and select products specifically designed for sensitive or problematic skin. It is also important to protect the skin from sunlight with SPF creams to prevent damage to the top layer of the skin. Remember, hydrated skin slows down the signs of aging. In addition to creams, you can use various serums and face masks, such as those with effective hyaluronic acid. Of course, we should not forget the overall hydration of our body; it is recommended to drink at least 2 liters of clean water daily, and this should be increased during strenuous physical activity or in high temperatures. Coffee, which actually dehydrates, does not count towards your daily fluid intake.

Maintain Healthy Habits

For your skin to be healthy, it is essential to consider other aspects of your lifestyle. Try to limit the consumption of refined sugar and instead opt for a balanced and varied diet that includes fruits and vegetables, providing necessary vitamins and minerals. The importance of maintaining hydration has already been mentioned above, so here it's just a reminder of its significance. Another important factor is the level of stress that affects us and how we manage to respond to it. To calm both body and mind, try breathing exercises, yoga, pilates, or guided meditations that divert your mind from distressing thoughts.

Do Not Touch and Do Not Squeeze

You have likely heard many times that we should not touch our face during the day, yet sometimes we can't help but instinctively run our unwashed hands over our face. If you cannot break this habit, at least try to wash your hands more frequently. Similarly, beauticians recommend not squeezing acne and blemishes, as this can unnecessarily spread the infection to surrounding areas.

Try Light Therapy

With the Reclar peeler, in addition to ultrasonic water peeling, you can also support acne healing with red and blue light therapy with galvanization, which takes just a few minutes in the morning and evening. Using the device is very intuitive, and here you can read the detailed instructions. Blue light has healing effects and helps sterilize tissue to prevent further inflammation development. It aids in healing minor wounds and acne scars by keeping the skin supple. Red light activates collagen, thereby helping to tighten open pores, which then stops them from clogging. Create your own ritual that will finally heal your skin.