Top beauty tips: Treating Maskne

It can be distressing to start seeing spots appearing on your face again, but you need to have patience with your skin. Constant mask wearing over dry winter skin can exacerbate acne and increase your skins sebum production and cause blemishes and acne.



You have mastered the hand washing routine, now it’s time for your face to get in on the action. Make sure you are thoroughly cleansing your skin just before you put on your mask and repeating the process at the end of each day using your favourite cleansing product.

eg: BioNike Defence Tolerance Essential Cleansing Water 400ml, Bionike Acteen Rebalancing Cleansing Water 150ml


Even if you have oily acne prone skin, a lightweight moisturiser is key to keeping your skin hydrated. With a mask rubbing against your skin, your skins pH level needs to remain balanced and healthy.

eg: BioNike Acteen Hydramat Cream 40ml

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