Step One

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In the mornings I use a gentle cleanser that won't strip my face of all of it's natural moisture.
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At night I use an exfoliating cleanser to remove dead skin cells and any left over makeup.

Step Two

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This toner with lavender will help reduce redness and irritation associated with acne. The witch hazel will help to kill any acne causing bacteria. Overall it will help to reduce the appearance of pores while refreshing and lightly moisturizing the skin.

Step 3

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I use La-Roche Posay Lipikar lotion because it has prebiotics and helps to repair your skin's natural moisture barrier without clogging pores.

Step 4

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Don't forget to hydrate your under eye area to prevent fine lines and wrinkles. I like this one because it's not made to have anti aging ingredients like a lot of eye creams (which is great for younger age groups that don't need all of that stuff quite yet) but it's still a great preventative measure because your under eye area is usually thinner and needs more moisture than the rest of your face.