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How does mild acne look like?

The first signs of mild acne could be the appearance of a few red bumps around your mouth or chin.


It can come from variety of consequences and almost consequences are related to hormone fluctuations. Perhaps you're going through a stressful period at work. Although it’s typically associated with hormone fluctuations during puberty, hormonal acne can affect adults of any age. Hormone increase in both boys and girls during puberty, and cause the sebaceous glands to enlarge and make more sebum. It’s especially common in women. A number of factors may contribute to this, including menstruation and menopause. 



Because hormone fluctuation is one of the main causes of this mild acne situation, it is a must to balance it and detoxify skin cells with enemy ingredients of acnes such as Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin B5, and minerals. While most topical acne treatments only reach the top layers of skin, it’s often not enough to suppress acne which forms deep below the skin’s surface.

We recommend you to use TRUECLEAR ACNE CLARIFYING SUPPLEMENT as a vitamin supplement for this purpose:


TrueClear is a vitamin supplement specially formulated to create an internal defense against acne breakouts.

What It Does:

  • Helps control the amount of sebum (oil) produced.

  • Detoxifies and cleanses skin from the inside out.

  • Heals current breakouts and prevents future ones from forming.


Research Results:


In a self-assessment study of 200 men and women...

  • 91% of participants with cystic acne saw clearer skin.

  • 89% of participants saw a decline in the frequency of breakouts.

  • 88% of participants felt the overall look and health of their skin improved.

  • 79% of participants with body acne saw clearer skin.

  • 71% of participants felt their breakouts healed more quickly.


Hormone fluctuation will cause the sebaceous glands to enlarge and make more sebum. When excess sebum gets to the surface of the skin, it changes the nature of the skin. The excess sebum serves as ideal growth environment for acne-causing bacteria such as Propionibacterium acnes and Staphylococcus epidermis.

These bacteria release antigens and toxins which prompt repeated immune hypersensitivity reactions in the skin. The body tries to heal the damage caused by these bacteria by releasing antibodies that cause the local inflammation which produces papules and pustules on the skin.

Hence, we should make sure that we cleanse and wipe excess sebum out from the skin layers. You should choose an over-the-counter skin wash that's low in oils and chemicals and wash your skin at least twice a day



TrueClear face wash is a gentle foaming cleanser that exfoliates dead skin cells and removes excess oil and impurities, leaving the skin fresh and clean. This cleanser is enriched with shea butter, olive leaf extract, aloe vera and chamomile extract to help remove make up and impurities from the skin leaving it clean, moisturized and refreshed. Our enriched cleanser won’t leave your skin dry like other harsh face washes.

What It Does:

  • Cleanses acne prone skin with botanical ingredients.

  • Assists in healing current breakouts and preventing future ones from forming.


Finally, you need to prevent the excess sebum production after cleansing your skin by applying acnes cream or moisturizer for oil skin. There is a myth that I suffer acnes and my skin type is oil. Why do I need to use cream or moisturizers.

The truth is when you hydrate your skin with moisturizers, they will let the skin organ think that your skin already gets enough moisture, then let the sebaceous glands stop or slow down the sebum production. Besides, a good acne cream and moisturizers usually contain vitamins and minerals which help soothe the skin and heal the current breakouts.



This TrueClear Clarifying Vitamin Cream is made with naturally derived vitamins, blended into a powerful cream for acne prone skin. Our cream is light, easily absorbed, and leaves your skin not only clearer, but incredibly smooth and hydrated.

This clarifying cream is made from two naturally derived ingredients: sodium ascorbyl phosphate (from Vitamin C), and niacinamide (Vitamin B3). It is non-comedogenic and doesn’t contain any synthetic ingredients, like benzoyl peroxide that can be harsh and dry out your skin.

What It Does:

  • Moisturizes acne prone skin with botanical ingredients.

  • Assists in healing current breakouts and preventing future ones from forming.



This set contains:

(1) TrueClear Skin Clarifying Supplement

(1) TrueClear Gentle Facial Cleanser

(1) TrueClear Clarifying Vitamin Cream

What It Does:

  • Complete skin care regimen to help heal current breakouts and prevent future ones from forming.


1. Consider changing your diet

you can try to change your diet for a week or two and see if it makes a difference. Dairy foods, chocolate, and foods containing a lot of sugar seem to increase the likelihood of breakouts.

  • Some research indicates dairy, skim milk in particular, increases the likelihood of acne breakouts. You should try cutting back on dairy for a week or two and see if you notice any changes in your skin.

  • While further studies are needed to verify, some research does show chocolate can cause breakouts. High sugar food especially can cause breakouts, so it might be a good idea to avoid sweets in general in addition to chocolate.

2. Use sunscreen

Sun can damage skin and stimulate the sebum oxidation process. So always apply a layer of sunscreen to your face before going outdoors.

3. Eliminate potential irritants

If you're looking to cure a breakout fast, eliminate any potential skin irritants until your acne is gone.

  • Certain makeups and cover ups can clog pores. While they may not cause a breakout in and of themselves, using makeup during a breakout can prolong its duration. It's a good idea to go without makeup until acne is eliminated, but another option is to talk to your doctor or skin care expert about better choices of makeup, such as loose mineral-based powders. A tinted moisturizer may be a good choice as well. Look for makeup that is water-based or noncomedogenic.

  • If you've recently started using a new bath wash or shampoo, this may have caused your breakout. Cease use and see if it makes a difference.

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