Hydrating Herbs For Acne

Non-Comedogenic Herbs For Acne and Wrinkles?

Why do you need hydrating herbs for acne? Well, too many adults these days find themselves battling acne in their 30’s, 40’s and even 50’s.

But a mature complexion - which has a little more wrinkles and lines than it used to - needs a more gentle approach.



Perhaps an herbal vitamin infused moisturizer to keep the complexion hydrated and healthy all while keeping breakouts under control. The last thing mature skin needs is an acne product formulated for teenagers.

The problem is there aren't many acne products formulated for adults with a mature or sensitive complexion. This makes finding a good moisturizer a real challenge - especially finding one that is oil free, non-comedogenic, and won't increase breakouts.

When choosing a moisturizing for an acne prone complexion that's dry or even semi-dry, it is wise to consider one that contains healing herbs - like rose essence and aloe - and vitamins like A, B5 and vitamin E.

It may also be a good idea to avoid additives and chemicals - which will only serve to exacerbate skin irritation and acne.

Best Moisturizer Acne?

I always like to choose a moisturizer based on complexion type.

Is your complexion dry, dehydrated, dull? Then a herbal rich moisturizer with Vitamin C and botanical hydrators is a good choice. 

We like the H-Series moisturizer from Zenmed. It's rich enough to hydrate, but not cause excessive oil production or breakouts.

A “non-comedogenic” or “non-acnegenic” is not only good for acne prone complexion, but sensitive types suffering from Rosacea. This way you can keep your skin hydrated and supple, but not clog pores or have a greasy/shiny appearance...... 


This moisturizer gives your skin a nice matte finish and can easily be worn under makeup (even mineral makeups) and concealers.

So why is it important to regulate the oil (sebum) production on your skin? Sebum, in case you did not know, is produced by the sebaceous glands for the purpose of keeping skin and hair well hydrated.

However, when a surplus of bacteria called p. acnes forms unchecked on the skin, it uses sebum as a nutrient, which allows it to increase in the follicles.

Before long, these bacteria begin to attract white blood cells to the follicles, and soon they begin producing an enzyme that damages the walls of the follicles, allowing the follicle’s contents to enter the dermis. Acne breakouts of papules and pustules are the result

In addition to using herbs for acne it's also important to use moisturizers that contain vitamins like B5, C and E, for added antioxidant protection….an important factor when we start facing wrinkles and photo aging.

Got Super Oily Skin

Do you have very oily skin? There is a new moisturizer on that market that is known to help regulate oils levels in the dermis.


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