Self Reflect

Self Reflect / $28

Probiotic Moisturizing Sunscreen
Zinc Oxide SPF 32

2115 reviews
Supermello

Supermello / $34

Hyaluronic Gel Cream Moisturizer

237 reviews
Naked Papaya

Naked Papaya / $24

Gentle Enzyme Milky Cleanser

4228 reviews
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Kinship Mint Mud Deep Pore Detox jar

Mint Mud / $26

Deep Pore Detox Mask

141 reviews
Pimple Potion

Pimple Potion / $22

2% BHA + Retinal Acne Treatment

73 reviews
Insta Swipe

Insta Swipe / $26

Lemon Honey AHA Exfoliating Pads

70 reviews
$80 value
Kinship The Besties, Essential 3-Piece Skincare Set

The Besties / $64

Essential 3-Piece Skincare Set

61 reviews
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Naked Apple

Naked Apple / $24

Niacinamide Deep Pore Gel Cleanser

41 reviews
$106 Value
Clear Skin Routine

Clear Skin Routine / $69

5-Piece Set for Blemish-Prone Skin

$76 Value
Renew + Protect Set

Renew + Protect Set / $64

Healthy Aging Duo

$131 Value
Brightening Routine

Brightening Routine / $106

3-Piece Set for Radiant Skin

1 review
$82 Value
Hydrating Routine

Hydrating Routine / $68

3-Piece Set for Moisturized + Protected Skin

Products for Acne-Prone Skin

Welcome to our exclusive collection designed for acne-prone skin. 

Explore our range of clarifying cleansers, blemish-fighting serums, balancing moisturizers, and soothing treatments — all formulated with the finest plant-based ingredients. 

Each product is crafted to target acne effectively while maintaining skin hydration and health, helping you achieve a clear, radiant complexion without harsh chemicals.

Why Choose Kinship Products?

Our skincare solutions for acne-prone skin include natural anti-inflammatory and antibacterial ingredients such as salicylic acid and glycolic acid. These ingredients work together to reduce inflammation, combat acne-causing bacteria, and balance skin oils for an effective, gentle treatment.

What is Acne-Prone Skin?

Acne-prone skin is a skin type that tends to develop blackheads, whiteheads, and pimples more frequently than other skin types.

It is typically characterized by an oily texture, shiny appearance, and commonly persistent and recurring pimples.

These blemishes primarily affect areas like the face, neck, shoulders, chest, and back.

Managing acne-prone skin often involves a consistent skincare routine aimed at reducing oil.

Take the next step towards happier and healthier skin.

Our collection is filled with solutions tailored for sensitive and acne-prone skin types, allowing for a more natural and gentle approach to your skincare routine.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Let us discuss the most common questions on Kinship’s natural and vegan products for acne-prone skin.

What Causes Acne-Prone Skin?

Several factors contribute to the development of acne-prone skin, with hormonal changes being a primary trigger.

These changes, often related to puberty, menstrual periods, pregnancy, birth control pills, or stress, can increase skin oiliness.

Other reasons your face is breaking out include using greasy or oily cosmetics and hair products that can exacerbate acne.

Other contributors include diet, the habit of squeezing or picking at blemishes, the presence of bacteria on the skin, exposure to smoke, and a family history of acne.

Accumulation of dead skin cells that clog pores also plays a significant role in the formation of acne.

How to Get Rid of Acne-Prone Skin?

To effectively manage and get rid of acne-prone skin, adopting a consistent and gentle skincare routine is crucial.

Wash your face twice daily with mild soap or a gentle cleanser (like our best selling Naked Papaya Milky Cleanser) using your hands, and use warm water. Be especially cautious when shaving affected areas to avoid irritation. Shower regularly and hydrate to have healthier skin as well.

Avoid using harsh facial scrubs, astringents, and masks to reduce skin irritation and acne. Regular exfoliation can help remove dead skin cells and prevent pore clogging — but it is important not to overdo it.

You can also get rid of acne by avoiding triggers like excess oil and stress.

Is Salicylic Acid Good for Acne?

Yes, salicylic acid is good for acne. In fact, it is one of the most effective ingredients for treating acne due to its ability to unclog blocked pores. Kinship’s Retinal Acne Treatment, Pimple Potion, includes 2% salicylic acid to assist with the clearing of your skin from blemishes.

It works by breaking down and removing dead skin cells and oil that can lead to acne formation.

While salicylic acid is generally safe, it can cause mild side effects like skin irritation or peeling — especially when first starting treatment or if used in high concentrations.

Its effectiveness is particularly notable in treating certain types of acne, such as blackheads and whiteheads, making it a valuable component of many skincare products aimed at managing acne-prone skin.