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"I did a 180 in terms of consumption. Also, I want to tell you to continue. I have started using your facial products recently and I see a difference: less sudden breakouts, my skin feels better and I even feel better psychologically. For years, I used products suggested by my esthetician and ended up with a bill of $400 to $500 each time (3-4 times a year), without seeing any change in my skin. So thank you for being there for us, I am extremely grateful. I made some of your juices and I drink them with enthusiasm."

The cleansing oil was first designed to regulate the sebum, so it can be used as a "serum" for teens and for acne-proned skin. It is perfect to cleanse the face: it helps to reduce blackheads and to calm the sebaceous glands. The cleansing oil is made with jojoba oil: the closest plant oil to human sebum. Ideal in cases of sebaceous hypersecretion. It is combined with apricot oil, which has a very fine texture. In the case of pimples or acne, do not cleanse the skin excessively or use abrasive or aggressive products; they dry the skin, stimulate and excite the sebaceous glands which increases the sebum in the end.

In ALL cases of oily skin, I highly recommend the rosemary floral water that you can find online. Spray your face often with this floral water. You can also use the dermo-pur formula directly on your breakouts, also available online. Regarding tea-tree oil, apply all over or apply locally under your jojoba oil.

Of course, there are dietary considerations (dairy products, chocolate, sugar) that create a hyper-reaction of the sebaceous glands, resulting in acne in some people.

If its smell doesn’t throw you off, you can buy a bottle of tea-tree (Melaleuca) essential oil. Put a drop on a cotton swab (Q-tips) and apply it on your pimples. Several scientific studies have demonstrated that tea-tree essential oil kills the primary bacteria responsible for acne.

Also, for adults concerned by acne, it is better to use the serum as an eye serum only. In general, there is no acne around the eyes because the sebaceous glands are less abundant, except on the temples (needs further examination).

Another great tip: Before taking a bath, apply tea-tree oil or dermo-pur formula directly on your breakouts, then put yogurt all over your face. (Yes, you heard me right! I prefer Greek yogurt for it’s consistency, but any type would do the trick.) Relax in the tub for 10-15 minutes, let the heat get rid of the toxins and let the yogurt balance the pH of your skin (sebum is alkaline). Cleanse your skin and apply more dermo-pur. Repeat a few times a week (3-4 times the week before your period if your skin is prone to acne). Woo-hoo!

Blackheads are the result of oxidized sebum, excess oil, and dead skin clogged inside the sebaceous glands. So you need to exfoliate your skin. Here’s an unexpensive tip: Make a paste with baking soda and water. To amplify the treatment, add a drop of rosemary verbenone essential oil. You will love it and it's very effective. Apply the serum. Frequency: 2 times a week at first, then once a week.