Ethicare & Ethinext Acne Care - How To Treat Acne For Oily-Skin

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Ethicare & Ethinext Acne Care - How To Treat Acne For Oily-Skin

For any of you who need basic skin care for acne prone skin and do not want to splurge too much on fancy expensive brands then do read on.

I have already shared a few products from Ethicare Remedies and Ethinext pharma. The products I am sharing today form an acne care regimen that you can follow if you have oily acne-prone skin. First of all let me introduce you to the set of products to use.

Ethicare & Ethinext Acne Care - How To Treat Acne For Oily-Skin
Ethicare & Ethinext Acne Care - How To Treat Acne For Oily-Skin

OK so we have 6 products there but don't worry you don't have to use all of them every day. Here is a list of what all product are shown above (you can click on the name to purchase it online)
  1. Akmasq - pimple care complexion mask (Rs 170 for 75gm)
  2. Acmed cleansing pads
  3. Sebogel - salicylic acid and nicotinamide gel (Rs 199 for 30gm)
  4. Cutishine - facewash for daily cleansing (Rs 159 for 70gm)
  5. Adaclin - clindamycin and nicotinamide cream
  6. Sepfil - mandelic acid cream (Rs 180 - 30ml)

Let us now see the steps that you need to follow and the products that help in each step.

First step to treat acne is to use a face wash to clean your face twice a day. Cutishine is a golden colored face wash that comes in a tube form with a flip cap. It is aimed at improving the complexion while controlling acne. It has glycolic acid, salicylic acid, liquorice extract, tea tree oil and aloe vera. The face wash is very gentle and does not leave the skin with a stretchy dry feeling. I have selected this particular face wash as part of a acne-care regimen because often acne leaves behind scars; using a face wash that improves complexion helps ensure that scaring will not happen.
Cutishine face wash, how to treat acne
Ethicare & Ethinext Acne Care - How To Treat Acne For Oily-Skin

After cleaning the face it is important to apply a cream that can help get rid of the acne. A good salicylic acid cream helps in doing that. For mornings use Sebogel which works on pimples and skin infections. Sebogel also helps to open up closed pores. Its a clear fragrance free gel so you can apply this below makeup as well. (Wait for the gel to get completely absorbed before applying any makeup)

In the evening you must wash your face again. After washing use the acmed cleansing pad to wipe the entire face. Acmed cleansing pad lotion works like a toner as well. You can read more about Acmed in my review HERE
At night before sleeping apply Adaclin. I have used clindamycin based creams for years recommended by my dermatologist and it really works well.

As an extra care for your skin you should apply a face mask at least once a week. Akmasq is a face mask that contains tea tree oil, turmeric, chandan (sandalwood) and vitamins.
The mask spreads easily and is very soothing on the skin. The best part of this face mask is that it does not stretch the skin as it dries. You an continue to talk while the mask dries off. Use this weekly to ensure that the skin gets some TLC while you are treating your acne. It makes the skin look bright and clear as if a whole layer of dead cells got washed away.

akmasq pimple care complexion mask review, how to treat acne
Ethicare & Ethinext Acne Care - How To Treat Acne For Oily-Skin

Also to be used once a week (after face wash at night) is the Sepfil cream. Sepfil contains mandelic acid which works on clearing pigmentation and reduces inflammation.

These products and the entire regimen is based on my own usage. The regimen is something that was recommended over the years by several dermatologists I have consulted. If you have very severe acne or have extremely sensitive skin please consult a doctor before you start using any of these. The products that you can use without a doctor's consultation are the Cutishine face wash, the Akmasq face mask, and Acmed cleansing pads.

In case you are pregnant you must consult a doctor before trying any of the above products. 

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