How to Treat a Breakout

It’s starting to happen. Another breakout. Although you follow a daily skin regimen to prevent acne, you still may suffer from breakouts. When a breakout occurs, there are ways to help minimize the impact by targeting problems areas.

Breakouts happen for a multiple reasons, including hormonal changes, PMS, stress or poor diet. When a breakout starts to happen, take control of your skin instead of your skin taking control of your life, and follow these tips. 

Get your beauty sleep

When you sleep your whole body goes into repair mode, including your skin; while you are sleeping, your skin cells are growing and replacing old, tired cells.

Get those endorphins flowing

Make time to take part in high-energy activities, such as working out, and boost the production endorphins that have a calming effect on your skin.

Watch your diet

As much as comfort food may taste good they aren’t good for your skin. Avoid high starch foods, such as sugar and white bread. Eat a healthy diet of whole grains and veggies that won’t aggravate your acne.

Treat topically with Receutics Breakout Treatment

Receutics Breakout Treatment targets your problem areas and stops acne from spreading. Our breakout treatment is different from other products, because it treats potential breakouts before they even happen using micronized benzoyl peroxide and other supporting ingredients.

Receutics Breakout Treatment:

  • Prevents acne without causing irritation and dryness
  • Improves skin tone and texture
  • Naturally repairs and enhances damaged skin .

"By week four, the study acne kit outperformed Proactiv®."

–Dermatologist Clinical Investigator