Acne Got You Down?

Acne is a common ailment among both teens and adults. Why does it happen? What can you do to get rid of those pesky breakouts? Keep reading.

Identify Your Reason

Acne is an irritation and inflammation in the skin. There are a variety of reasons to get those painful and irritated bumps that can include:

  • Hormonal changes (usually the primary cause).
  • Too much junk food or an imbalanced diet.
  • Stress.
  • Dirty washcloth or sheets.
  • Clogged or impacted pores.
  • Allergic reactions.
  • Not using products for their skin type.

So how can you stop or at least alleviate the impact of acne? Take notice to what is going on in your life during bad breakouts. Be aware that most breakouts are caused more often by internal factors than external factors. Once you know what your body is reacting to, then you can make changes for the better.


Take Action

Cleanse or Detox Your System

Flush your system by drinking more water, cutting out greasy foods and eat a more balanced diet, and get moving. Try a cleanse to flush out any toxins causing inflammation in the body.

Stress Less

Take walks, pray, sing, or practice deep breathing. While being stress-free is not likely, you can definitely stress less. Be sure to get a good night’s rest most nights. 

Use Products For Your Skin Type

Switch to a skincare system that is right for your skin type. Using the wrong products can create or further agitate an already tough situation. Sometimes your breakout can be caused by a reaction to an ingredient in your current skincare products such as harsh detergents.

If you have oily and blemish-prone skin, add these products to your daily routine.


“CBK” Face & Body Soap made with tea tree essential oil and our own blend of clay and activated charcoal to pull out impurities and detox as you cleanse.
Rosewater geranium soap
“Rosewater Geranium” Face & Body Soap uses luxurious rose water and rose clay to gently cleanse sensitive skin.
Facial oil
Our fast-absorbing Balancing Facial Oil nourishes and restores your skin’s natural pH without clogging pores.
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