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Wondering if your hair is the cause of your acne? It might be. If you’re acne-prone, your hair care can be a contributing factor to breakouts. Many times, acne that forms along the forehead, close to our ears, neck, cheeks, back and chest may be due to pore-clogging ingredients found in hair care products.
Conditioners and leave-ins are big culprits of containing pore-clogging, especially those that contain coconut, argan and Moroccan oils. It’s in your best interest to inspect your hair care products for any non-comedogenic ingredients.
To make things easy, you can always reference our most up-to-date Acne-Safe Hair Care List here.
Pro Skin Tip: If you have acne on your chest or back, thoroughly rinse any conditioner out of your hair and put it in a bun (away from your face) before you wash your back and chest.
At night, you can apply Acne Eraser on the affected areas on the back. Make sure you wear a white t-shirt to bed when applying the Acne Eraser to the body as it will bleach fabrics.
If you are treating the decollete or neck, spot treating with The Pink Potion is better since those areas are very sensitive and using the Acne Eraser all over might be too drying/irritating.