CUSTOMISED SPOT TREATMENTS
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- 15 ml
Getting spots every now and then? Or pimples, papules, zits, or whatever name you prefer for that super normal, yet super annoying, skin reaction.
Even with a good skincare routine, you may get them (no matter what term you prefer).
That's why we've developed a Spot Treatment so that you can treat your skin, one spot at a time.
And like every other NØIE product, you'll have a Spot Treatment recommended for your specific skin - if our data shows you're likely to benefit from it.
Since it’s your personal Spot Treatment with ingredients mixed for your specific skin, we can only tell you the exact combination when you’ve told us more about your skin and your skin goals.
And if you're in doubt whether or not the product is personalised for you, just have a look at the label - it'll have your name on it.
A skincare product is only as good as its ingredients. Here's a few of the badass lead ingredients in our Spot Treatments.
Not exactly a newcomer in our skincare, but Salicylic Acid is so good for acne and spots that there was no way we could leave it out of our Spot Treatments.
Here’s what it does:
Basically, it helps exfoliate the skin (shedding dead skin cells from the top layer) and keep pores clear.
And that’s great news for many of us dealing with acne.
On top of that, it has anti-inflammatory properties. That means it helps decrease redness and swelling.
As if that wasn’t enough, it helps prevent comedones (blocked pores), get rid of excess sebum, post-acne hyperpigmentation, and signs of premature aging.
Oh, and you know blackheads and whiteheads? Salicylic Acid is their arch enemy!
Lactiplantibacillus Ferment Lysate
Try saying that 3 times really fast.
Lactiplantibacillus Ferment Lysate is a postbiotic. More specifically, they’re lysates of beneficial living bacteria known as probiotics.
According to specialists, postbiotics (and probiotics) work in a similar way for the skin as they do for the digestive system. That means postbiotics, as well as its origin probiotics, support the skin to remain in a balanced state. They do so by working as a protective shield, preventing ‘bad’ microorganisms from provoking an immune reaction.
And finally, they boost the skin’s functionality in dealing with external damaging factors like free radicals, sun, and pollution. All of these benefits help to reduce inflammation, making it ideal to add to a Spot Treatment to fight blemishes/outbreaks.
Glycyrrhiza Glabra Root Extract
What an annoyingly complicated name for Licorice Extract.
It’s widely used in cosmetic formulations for its ability to both moisturise and function as an anti-inflammatory agent.
Its anti-inflammatory properties make it a fantastic ingredient when it comes to improving the redness of the skin and overproduction of facial oil.
Also, it has shown to have good antimicrobial activities against the bacteria Cutibacterium acnes. This bacteria plays an important role in the skin’s microbiome and it’s pretty important to have its balance maintained. If not, it may result in pro-inflammatory substances being released.