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my daughter has severe acne and I want to purchase products for her, I am not sure what to buy or what order to buy them in.

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Unless indicated otherwise by your physician, our anti-acne products are best suited for people 13 years of age and older.

 

The first product to consider in any anti-acne regimen is the daily cleanser: Coral KAVI (for oily or combination skin) or Aqua KAVI (for normal skin) or DermaWash (for dry or sensitive skin). Please note that this cleanser should replace all other cleansers that would be used on the target area.

 

Your second product should be a salicylic acid mask (we would recommend Salicylic Acid 8 for the first time), applied once per week. Our salicylic acid masks need to be removed after 20 to 90 seconds of contact on the skin. They are very effective in clearing clogged pores and neutralizing acne bacteria.

 

If you find that your daughter’s skin requires additional treatment between weekly peels, then the KAVI Toner may be used once per evening as a final-stage cleanser to help keep pores clear between application of salicylic acid masks.

 

Complementary products would be a moisturizer and a sun block. Because salicylic acid masks exfoliate dead skin cells, they leave underlying living tissue exposed to harmful UV rays. To minimize any risk to the skin, please be sure to use adequate sun block on any treated skin which may come into contact with the sun.

 

You may be interested in reviewing our anti-acne systems at http://www.kaviskin.com/search.php?mode=se...n&by_sku=on.

 

Additionally, our user forums, at http://www.kaviskin.com/forums/index.php, have many questions and answers related to acne prone skin and the use of KAVI products.

 

Finally, please note that it would be best to temporarily cease use of any other anti-can products while treating the skin with KAVI products. “Overtreatment” with too many antiseborrheics can dry out the skin, leading to unnecessary irritation and inflammation.

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