Blog. Lets Take Skincare Seriously concerning WORKOUT ACNE which is so de-motivating! Introducing Sebopure by Clarol… clarol.co.uk

Blog. Lets Take Skincare Seriously concerning WORKOUT ACNE which is so de-motivating! www.clarol.co.uk Leading UK acne skincare brand Clarol have a NEW chemical-free, vegan and completely unique product for tackling […]

Blog. Lets Take Skincare Seriously concerning WORKOUT ACNE which is so de-motivating!

www.clarol.co.uk

Leading UK acne skincare brand Clarol have a NEW chemical-free, vegan and completely unique product for tackling those de-motivating work-out break outs.

It’s the first sebum purifier to come onto the UK skincare market.
Work-out acne is caused by an increased production of sebum due to work out sweat and increased levels of testosterone in both men and women.
But what is less well known is that it’s not the over-production of sebum that’s the problem, work out related acne is actually caused when the sebum goes ‘rotten’.

When sebum rises to the surface of the skin it mixes with oxygen it becomes ‘oxidised’. This, in combination with extra contamination from external bacteria and dirt on the surface of the skin, causes the sebum to effectively ‘rot’ leading to pore blockages, inflammation and puss.

Sebopure, by UK skincare brand Clarol, contains a patented ingredient that works by purifying sebum as it reaches the skin’s surface to prevent blockages, inflammation and puss forming – while still allowing the body to process sebum naturally.

Sebum is nature’s anti-ageing substance for skin. Sebopure allows skin to be naturally moisturised by sebum without being compromised.

Check out this officiakl info …… including quotes from an expert!

Sebopure – NEW sebum purifier prevents workout break-outs
Skin prone to acne and break outs produces excess sebum, especially during regular work outs.
But it’s not the amount of sebum being produced that’s the problem! Acne is caused by the oxidisation of this excess sebum as it reaches the skin’s surface mixed with external dirt and bacteria. This contaminated mix causes the sebum to quickly become ‘rotten’ leading to pore blockages and inflammation.
Sebopure, by UK skincare brand Clarol, is an innovative new anti-acne treatment that controls acne by keeping sebum production pure using a patented ingredient derived from wild mustard leaf oil.
Via purifying sebum production, pore blockages and inflammation are reduced while the body can continue to process sebum naturally.
Sebopure contains a patented natural ingredient called Pixalia ™* made from a concentrated leaf oil extract from the Cleome Gynandra (wild mustard) plant. Pixalia ™ has been scientifically proven as an active preserver due to naturally derived Rutin and hydroxycinnamic acid present in the plant extract.
Instead of working against the skin’s natural processes through the use of harsh anti-bacterial agents or sebum blocking products, Sebopure works in harmony with the skin’s natural sebum production, keeping sebum pure to prevent acne and break outs while not damaging or drying skin.
Sebopure is suitable for oily or combination acne-prone skin and is a vegan product that is FREE from parabens, perfumes, SLS and MI.
Sebopure costs £12.95 (50ml) and is available from www.clarol.co.uk
*technical data on Pixalia ™ available on request
Expert comment;
Dr Barbara Brockway, an independent skin Biochemist and former lecturer at Reading University
Dr Barbara Brockway says;
“It’s a common misconception that excess sebum is the cause of acne. But in fact it’s not sebum itself that’s the enemy, it’s rancid sebum. Rancid sebum is caused by the process of oxidisation when the sebum is mixed with oxygen on reaching the skin’s surface and starts to rot.
To help prevent break outs, keeping sebum pure is key and there are new-generation skincare ingredients that can help do this. One example is Pixalia™, a polyphenol rich extract, whose function is to prevent the oxidation process of sebum, keeping sebum preserved and pure, resulting in less pore blockages and helping to prevent breaks outs.”

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