Clean & Natural Skin Care For Acne $20 & Under
Whether you’re a teen, tween, or adult suffering from acne, this roundup of affordable, non-toxic, clean, natural and organic skin care is perfect for acne-prone skin. From face wash to moisturizer to blemish spot treatment to toner and masks, I’ve got a list of budget-friendly clean, natural, organic and non-toxic skin care products formulated for acne-prone skin. Everything is $20 & under!
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With 2 teenage girls in the house, we’ve been trying to tame acne breakouts for well over a year now. It’s been a slow and frustrating journey, and we’ve learned a lot along the way. I have a bunch of tips and tricks that may help you or your teen clear up acne. In severe acne cases, I recommend seeing a dermatologist.
For light to medium acne, I’ve rounded up affordable skin care products that don’t contain synthetic fragrance, parabens and other potentially harmful chemicals. From face wash to moisturizer to blemish spot treatment to toner and masks, you’ll find everything you need to clear up your skin from breakouts. Read my TIPS FOR REDUCING & PREVENTING ACNE section for best results.
WHAT ORDER SHOULD I APPLY MY SKINCARE FOR BEST RESULTS?
Before using a skin care product, read the label and follow the instructions. The general order for an acne skin care routine is as follows:
- If using micellar water to remove makeup, apply first (this step is not totally necessary)
- Cleanse your skin
- Use a toner
- Apply acne treatment
- Apply moisturizer
- Apply sunscreen in the morning
If using blemish patches, apply them at the end of your skin care routine. My daughter wears these hydrocolloid patches all day, then changes them out at night (it is the only thing that keeps her from picking).
Treatment masks for your face should not be applied every day (unless otherwise directed). I would recommend using a face mask treatment about once per week, and watch for any adverse reactions like red spots or dry patches. Before applying a face treatment mask, wash your face thoroughly to remove makeup and impurities, then apply a toner to enhance product penetration. Follow the instructions for applying your face mask – every brand is different, and you don’t want to leave it on too long.
I’ve rounded up affordable clean, non-toxic, natural face products formulated for acne-prone skin, and they’re all $20 and under! Swap out your conventional skin care products for a more natural brand that treats and controls acne and nurtures your skin – one that makes your face feel great! *Cost was calculated at the time this article was published, and is subject to change.
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