wewomen Newsletter
Makeover Assistant
Acne – the last skin taboo
Article in images

Treating acne - skincare regime


Aknicare - acne treatment skincare products

Leah Hardy tries treating acne with Aknicure

What is it?

This is a revolutionary and unique new skincare range with ingredients designed to reverse DHT sensitivity, and so tackle the root cause of spots.

How it works:

A study led by Professor Chu (President of the UK Acne Charity and consultant dermatologist at Hammersmith Hospital) showed that, used together, Aknicare cleansers, lotion and cream can reduce oil production by up to 68%.

Not only that; the ‘number of new spots appearing reduced weekly’.

The products also normalize skin cell turnover, reduce skin thickening and bacteria and calm redness.

Chu says,  “Aknicare is the only product to target the four key symptoms of acne and the underlying process, leading to healing of existing spots and stopping new ones developing.”

Did it work for me?

When I started using Aknicare, my chin was covered in spots. The products aren’t pampering – no yummy oils or perfumes – but not harsh either.

After just a week my face had calmed down dramatically, and no new spots were appearing. After two weeks, my skin was much less oily and visibly clearer.

It’s definitely my new skincare regime.

Costs and contact:

From £29.99 for the three step program. www.aknicare.co.uk 08701 909 369


Beauty Editor
Rank this page: 

Article Plan Acne – the last skin taboo
Don't miss...
SAG Awards 2014: Stars on the red carpetIndulgent chocolate cocktails
Celebrity silver foxes: hot men with grey hairOscars 2014 Vanity Fair Bash: Our Fav Looks
Latest… 2016/10/26
Long Hair Goals: 9 Tips To Make Your Hair Grow Faster
Slick to sleek: How to take care of greasy hair
Lowlights vs highlights
PRP injections: The Kim Kardashian blood facial
See all Beauty guides
Dior Make-up Masterclass Videos
See all Beauty videos