Eucerin DermoPURIFYER Cleanser
Eucerin DermoPURIFYER Cleanser is a daily gel, containing mild Ampho-tensides, for gentle yet effective cleansing.
Eucerin DermoPURIFYER Scrub is to be used weekly as part of a cleanse, clear and care routine. Its oil-free formula, with Lactic Acid, works directly where blemishes originate without drying out the skin. Pore-refining micro-particles gently exfoliate the skin without damaging it. Skin is noticeably clearer, smoother and visibly refined as a result.
Between April and June 2005 16 women and 4 men, aged 13-34 years (with a median age of 18.5) participated in an open study in Germany. The six-week programme tested the efficacy of Eucerin DermoPURIFYER Scrub.
Apply Eucerin DermoPURIFYER Cleanser onto your face and rinse off to remove any dirt.
Once a week use instead the Eucerin DermoPURIFYER Scrub which helps to reduce excess cornified skin.
Then use Eucerin DermoPURIFYER Toner, which prepares skin optimally for the following care.
The Eucerin DermoPURIFYER Scrub can also be applied onto your back and décolleté.
Use Eucerin DermoPURIFYER Scrub if…
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It works gently on reducing the appearance that impure skin creates.
The pore-refining micro-particles cleanse deep into your pores, without drying out the skin.
Acne is not a sign of poor bodily hygiene. On the contrary, too frequent cleansing of the skin with aggressive cleansing products can irritate the skin even more. Nevertheless, you should take care to cleanse your skin twice daily with a mild, nondehydrating facial cleanser in order to remove excess sebum, sweat and dead skin cells from the skin. One should, in any case, avoid "fiddling around" with your fingers on the acne symptoms.
Usually acne-related problems reduce with age. However, some patients continue to suffer from acne in their thirties. If you do not see an improvement, please contact a dermatologist.
Acne is not an allergic reaction to particular foods or external stimulation. Allergies manifest themselves characteristically in different ways and can thus be clearly identified as such.
Because acne is linked to hormonal imbalances and an increased sensitivity of the sebaceous-gland follicles, it can make sense for women to take contraceptive pills containing an anti-androgen component.
A good cleanse, tone and moisturise routine is in vain if your skin is regularly aggravated by comedogenic cosmetics. Ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice concerning the right choice of cosmetic products.
Yes. Genetic predisposition plays a large part in acne. If both parents suffered from acne during their adolescence, then there is a greater likelihood that their children will also develop acne.
Dr Simone Presto, medical professional at Eucerin, gives tips and information on acne and impure skin.