Stop suffering through acne
Works with even the most sensitive skin to help treat active acne and unclog pores without irritation and drying.
Custom formulations by a board certified dermatologist using medical-grade ingredients proven to work for acne.
Calms inflamed skin and redness without synthetic fragrances or harsh chemicals like sulfates, parabens, PEGS and phthalates.
“I’ve been using the Azelaic Acid for about 3 months now and have seen major changes in my skin. Most of my dark spots have disappeared and my problem areas where I typically break out, mostly my chin and cheeks, have improved so much. Definitely recommend!!”Shop Azelaic Acid 14% Cream
What causes acne?
No one factor is the culprit,
affecting people of all ages.
Medical-grade proven ingredients fight active acne and unclog pores without flaking and over drying.
Early acne treament can help prevent future breakouts and scarring.SHOP ACNE TREATMENT
Which product reduces acne scars and redness?
Foundation Skincare Azelaic Acid 14% cream can help lighten acne scars, reduce skin inflammation and redness, and minimize breakouts due to its antibacterial affect.
What are the causes of acne on cheeks?
Cheek acne is typically caused by oil, bacteria and dead skin cells that get trapped within pores and create inflammation in the skin. The buildup of oil can be caused by many different factors such as genetics, hormones, lifestyle and skincare.
How can I control hormonal acne?
Foundation Skincare Azelaic Acid 14% Cream is an effective remedy to improve hormonal acne. It kills the acne causing bacteria and soothes the skin while reducing redness and inflammation.
How can I prevent acne scars?
Acne scars are areas of pitted or raised skin and are the direct result of damage to the skin due to acne. To prevent acne scars, do not pop pimples, use products with ingredients like Foundation Skincare Azelaic Acid 14% cream to target the acne you currently have while also preventing future breakouts and always wear sunscreen.
Why does my acne get worse sometimes?
This can depend on many factors such as, an increase in inflammation, consuming acne triggering foods, chronic stress, using pore-clogging cosmetics, and hormonal fluctuations.