Naz, as he's known on Instagram, has "glowing, glass-like skin."
But as a 16-year-old with cystic acne, he didn't want to go the doctor.
So he did his own online research on how to deal with the severe form of acne, and discovered that "everyone's skin journey is different," he says.
That research led him to create his own skincare line, Newdtral, and Newdtral's first product, a serum called Siriusly Bright, sold out in just five months, Refinery 29 reports.
Siriusly Bright is "a tangible expression of skin neutrality," Naz says.
"It's packed with other skin-loving ingredients like niacinamide, which helps to minimize the appearance of pores; bacillus ferment, an enzymatic exfoliant for skin; and Stellight, a depigmenting agent targeting stubborn dark spots," Newdtral's website says.
Vitamin C, Naz says, is "a well-known ingredient in the skincare industry but what I offer is different."
He adds, "I feel a lot of brands are afraid to formulate vitamin C with other depigmenting agents as it is an unstable [appearance] but that's a misconception."
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