Tired Of Acne? Try This New Natural Routine [Effective!]

Waking up in the morning to hopes of a clear face, all to find a new area has broken out...

The tenth trip to the drugstore for a new acne solution didn’t work…

Frustration. Discouragement. Embarrassment. Defeat.

Does this sound familiar?

Stress no more — we’re ready to spill the tea on acne.   Well, the coffee.

An absolute must to get rid of acne is exfoliation.

This is what clears out dead skin and oils that are causing breakouts. The best, most natural, and pure way to do this is with — yes! — coffee.

Gently rubbing ground coffee beans on the skin1 does three major things:

1. It gets rid of dead skin to allow new, fresh skin to shine through.
2. It encourages blood flow, which decreases puffiness in these stubborn areas.
3. It boosts collagen levels that keep skin looking young

    So, we’ve just exfoliated — those dead skin cells and excess oils are gone. Do we stop there?

    NO!

    Just as important as getting rid of old skin is giving fresh skin the care it needs.

    Now, we move on to a treatment.

    For this skin to thrive, it needs to be cleansed, soothed, and flooded with antioxidants. So…why not do all three with one product?

    Witch Hazel2 with almond oil and lemon oil will pump the skin with the perfect nutrients and acne-fighting cleanse.

    What now? To ensure the skin is supplied with all the nutrients it needs...

    Lastly, top it off with moisture.

    A danger in fighting acne is stripping the skin of oils and not replacing it with the healthy moisture the skin needs.

    The solution? Serum.

    But not just a regular serum — acne-prone skin is deserving of a serum to pump the skin with rich, antioxidant, and purifying ingredients.

    Key ingredients would be things like witch hazel, aloe3, and honeysuckle.

    The real question…

    We said we would spill the coffee on acne, and we are prepared to deliver!

    We have a three-step acne fighting routine that provides skin with all of the good stuff while leaving out the bad.

    Not only are our products free of sulfates, parabens, and fragrance, they are also plant-based and sustainably sourced.

    Ready to be free of those desperate drugstore trips forever? Say hello to our three little friends…

    Step 1:

    If there will ever be a moment of joy for an exfoliator, it will be for our Wake Up Scrub.

    This is made with 100% Arabica Coffee and infused Organic Lavender. That means we get all of the dead skin removal and antioxidant goodness of the coffee, while also getting the skin-tightening benefits of the lavender4.

    And an added plus? It smells like being transported to a coffee shop in Paris.

    Step two:

    In the new routine is a real miracle worker: The Good Witch’s Ball.

    This is packed with tea tree oil5 and witch hazel that will stop new breakouts from happening. We can’t decide what we love more: the formula or packaging. The antioxidant-rich treatment is packaged as a rollerball. That means one can get in precise areas of the face without any fuss.

    Step Three:

    Now let’s talk about the product that ties it all together – the Cleanin’ Me Deeply Toner. After the skin is exfoliated and treated, why not give it more antioxidants, moisture, and purifying ingredients? We love this product, because it controls oil production throughout the day. This ensures that the other two products can do their best work.

    We cannot wait for everyone to get their hands on this power-house trio. Say hello to our three little friends and goodbye to that stubborn acne!

                                        

    Try this proven 3-step acne system now. (Guaranteed)
     

    Citations:

     

    1. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/jfpe.13067?casa_token=NDJGs8KXfWoAA AAA%3Ataw9V5BhZ3vg_YazphYNu0dami0SyCuRHRaIOgQFOk63pBo1o2- gFUxPQVh3NRi2LpdHzOdKcQuE8SkO

    2. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3214789/

    3. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19218914

    4. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3569896/

    5. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22998411

     

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