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Kidskin Skincare for Pre-Teens and Teens

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If you have teens, they have pimples. They are inevitably going to get breakouts. My oldest son had horrible acne, my middle son had a few here and there, and now I am trying to get my 13-year-old to start a routine, so he has minimal breakouts.

Kidskin Skincare for Pre-Teens and Teens

I was excited to get Kidskin as I have not heard of it before. Their products are designed specifically for children 8-17-years-old. While you can get the products individually, they offer a kit to get them started and help create healthy habits for their skin. My tip to my boys is to make sure they use face wipes throughout the day after they work out or come in from playing sports or anytime they have really worked up a sweat. And so far, they seem to be listening to me; score one for mom! My tween has recently started seeing more breakouts and has started becoming more aware of his face. He has shown interest in this 3-step program, so I hope that he will continue to use it regularly.

The 3-step kit includes T-Blast Foaming Cleanser, Z-Blast Serum, and Calming Moisturizer. Made with tea tree oil, the cleanser helps remove dirt, oil, and impurities that cause breakouts and sensitivity. Salicylic acid in the serum helps reduce redness and dry out pimples at the source, while the moisturizer’s white tea extract helps soothe dryness and clear imperfections.

KidSkin 3-Step Kit

T-Blast Foaming ~ Cleanser Calming Moisturizer ~ Z-Blast Serum

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5 Comment

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    October 17, 2020 at 8:15 am

    I encourage daily cleansing! Also, I lead by example! 😀

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    October 17, 2020 at 12:43 pm

    This is great and I love that it is for kids! I think it is so important to make something for kids to help them dealing with acne!

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    Tony Platz
    October 17, 2020 at 1:07 pm

    Daily cleansing . I also make sure they follow dermotologists orders always .

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    Christina Gould
    October 18, 2020 at 12:10 pm

    I wish I had gotten into a routine in my childhood because I had bad acne. I think the best advice is to wash your child’s face with a warm washcloth every evening starting when they are very young. By the time they are tweens, it will be a habit and they will not be able to sleep without doing the washcloth routine.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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    October 27, 2020 at 11:12 pm

    I’d tell them to follow dermatologist’s advice. I’d also encourage disinfecting phones, cleaning pillowcases etc.

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