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Anti Acne Serum

Anti Acne Serum

Regular price Rs.2,499.00 PKR
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Anti-acne serums are formulated to target various factors contributing to acne, such as excess oil production, inflammation, and bacterial growth. Here are some benefits, uses, and cautions associated with using anti-acne serums:


  1. Controls oil production: Many anti-acne serums contain ingredients like salicylic acid or niacinamide, which help regulate sebum production, preventing pore blockages that lead to acne.

  2. Unclogs pores: Ingredients such as glycolic acid or retinol exfoliate the skin, removing dead skin cells and preventing the buildup of debris within pores.

  3. Reduces inflammation: Anti-inflammatory ingredients like green tea extract or chamomile soothe irritated skin and reduce redness associated with acne.

  4. Targets bacteria: Some serums contain antibacterial agents like benzoyl peroxide or tea tree oil, which kill acne-causing bacteria, reducing the likelihood of breakouts.

  5. Promotes skin healing: Ingredients such as vitamin E or centella asiatica accelerate skin healing, reducing the appearance of acne scars.


  1. Cleanse the skin: Before applying an anti-acne serum, cleanse your face with a gentle cleanser to remove dirt, oil, and makeup.

  2. Patch test: Perform a patch test by applying a small amount of the serum to a small area of your skin to check for any adverse reactions.

  3. Apply sparingly: Use a pea-sized amount of serum and apply it evenly to the affected areas or your entire face if needed. Avoid the eye area.

  4. Follow with moisturizer: Allow the serum to absorb fully into the skin before applying moisturizer to prevent dryness or irritation.

  5. Use as directed: Follow the instructions provided with the serum regarding frequency of use and application.


  1. Over-drying: Some anti-acne serums can be drying, especially those containing ingredients like benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid. If you experience excessive dryness or peeling, reduce the frequency of use or choose a milder formula.

  2. Sensitivity: Certain individuals may be sensitive to active ingredients commonly found in anti-acne serums. If you experience irritation, redness, or itching, discontinue use and consult a dermatologist.

  3. Sun sensitivity: Ingredients like retinol can increase sensitivity to sunlight, so it's essential to use sunscreen during the day when using these serums to prevent sun damage

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