Skin products for acne

Acne is caused by an overproduction of sebum by the skin of the face and elsewhere on the body. The sebaceous glands become clogged and inflamed and this causes spots. It is quite normal to have acne, especially during puberty when hormones are all over the place, there is no real cure as such as the bacteria that cause acne are a natural part of your skin’s condition.

However, there are several things you can try to reduce and prevent acne. The most commonly used products for the treatment of acne benzoyl peroxide and azelainic acid. These may be enough in most cases. At the same time it is very helpful to use a good face wash and moisturising cream. It is important to keep the skin clean to keep the spot forming bacteria under control and add moisture to the skin, as dry skin just leads to even higher levels of production of sebum - just the opposite of what you are trying to achieve.

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Moisturising agents against acne

Our Face Wash with Tea Tree Oil helps prevent spots and congested skin.

To add moisture to the skin, try our Face Cream for very dry skin. It can be usefully used in combination with the face wash.

If your acne is particularly bad you can get a referral to a dermatologist who can prescribe tougher anti-acne remedies.

How to avoid spots and congested skin:

Here we show you how to use a face mask to prevent spots and congested skin:

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Why you should take care of your skin with Tea Tree Oil from Australian Bodycare

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The secret behind smooth skin is found in the beautiful, exotic flora of Australia and has been known to the aboriginals through generations: Tea Tree Oil. Tea Tree Oil is a 100% natural and pure oil extracted from the leaves of the Australian tree, Melaleuca Alternifolia. Our products only contains the high Pharmaceutical grade of Tea Tree Oil from Australia.

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Tea Tree Oil effectively heals, cleanses and protects your skin and hair. Natural Tea Tree Oil is known for its powerful antibacterial and antifungal properties. Tea Tree Oil restores the natural bacterial flora of the skin and prevents bacteria. Australian Bodycare products contain Pure Tea Tree Oil in different concentrations depending on the product use.

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Used on a daily basis, the Tea Tree Oil treats various skin problems while keeping the skin healthy. Tea Tree Oil inhibits growth of unwanted bacteria and fungus. We develop all of our own products using top‑shelf ingredients and our products are dermatologically tested and have a powerful effect with no compromise made to the safety of the skin.

The secret behind smooth skin is found in the beautiful nature of Australia. For generations, the knowledge and usage of tea tree oil have been passed down in Aboriginal culture. Australian Bodycare has developed a series of products with the highest grade of Tea Tree Oil functioning as the primary active ingredient. All products share the ability to prevent and heal various skin issues.Due to the mild formulas, the products are dermatologically tested and suitable for all members of the family. We develop all of our own products using top‑shelf ingredients. They have been selected for their powerful effect with no compromise made to the safety of your skin. Our goal is to help people to healthier skin. For that reason, we are constantly working on providing you with good advice for your daily skin care routines. Welcome. We look forward to assisting you.
The story of healing tea trees dates back thousands of years and it originates from the Aboriginal people of Australia. Their legends describe lakes surrounded by tea trees. Falling leaves and twigs from the tea trees leached their essential oils into the water and turned the lakes into antiseptic baths. The local Aborigines used these natural, healing spas to treat a number of conditions, such as skin infection, burns, cuts and insect bites. The healing benefits of tea trees were not officially registred until 1923. However, the local Aboriginal tribe, Bundjalung, had long understood the protective and healing powers of tea trees and used their crushed leaves to treat various wounds and skin infections. They named the land with tea trees “Healing Ground”.