Step 1: Your skincare routine
If you’ve got acne, you need a skincare routine.
That means cleansing, toning, serum, and moisturiser.
Don’t worry its not as difficult as it may seem.
Once you get into the swing of a skincare routine every morning, it will take you ten minutes max.
A gentle cleanser and toner will work wonders – the aim of these is to eliminate traces of oil that accumulate on your skin overnight.
We recommend using a vitamin C toner like Live Skincare Glowing Serum.
This serum fights the bacteria which causes acne, as well as helping to reduce the appearance of acne scarring. As it works deep down in the skin, it’s highly effective!
Follow with a moisturiser containing SPF (alternatively, you can use a separate moisturiser and SPF).
Vitamin C can make your skin more susceptible to skin damage so using a SPF is essential.
If you have some painful blemishes, you can use a spot treatment on these areas to help clear and heal them.
Step 2: Prime your skin
If you have oily skin, use a mattifying primer.
Alternatively, use a skin clearing primer which won’t cause your complexion to break out.
A primer helps your makeup to last longer, and will make your base look smoother and more even.