The 'Good, Clean, Fun' Blog

Acne scars can hang about for a very looooong time. But it’s not all doom and gloom. You can reduce the appearance of acne scars with some skincare know-how, a whole lotta’ lurve and some patience. Look for products high in Vitamins C and B3, bio-retinols, AHAs, BHAs and hyaluronic acid to help heal your acne scars.

It may be just us but it seems as though the skincare world has gotten lazy when it comes to products that help blemishes (pimples and acne, that is). Even though there are thousands of products, most use the same rather harsh ingredient: Benzyl Peroxide. Or if you want a natural option: Tea Tree Oil. Yawn!

I *used* to think that someone who runs a skincare company isn’t meant to get massive breakouts. I felt super self-conscious of my skin. It felt like everyone I bumped into was staring at my blemishes thinking “Gosh, her skin is shocking”. But you know what? I’ve changed my mind.

Soothes! Detoxifies! Balances! Nourishes! Leaves skin perfectly clear! Will even help you complete that tricky puzzle! When it comes to being a bit of a superhero, turmeric really is king. We’ve known for yonks that it’s a superfood, but now turmeric is making waves in the beauty world.

The thing is, we don’t believe in a one-size-fits-all serum. A serum is where you get a chance to deliver an absolute bucket load of active and beneficial ingredients to your skin. Since your skin is unique, you need a serum that helps your unique skin concerns.

If you’re human and breathing, chances are you’ve experienced blocked pores, here and there during your earthly journey. Yep, hell hath no fury like blocked pores after a thick coating of makeup or sunscreen or after the ultimate sugar pig out. And we're here to bust some of the biggest pore and clean skin myths.

Adult acne, hormonal breakouts and pimples – they’re way more common than you think (especially with the gals)! The biggest culprit is… HORMONES! But there are some other causes of adult acne and pimples too...

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